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<strong>Chemicals</strong> in soap, nail polish may lead to obesity

Chemicals in soap, nail polish may lead to obesity

22 Apr 2016

Washington: Exposure to chemicals found in everyday products like plastics, soap or nail polish may affect the amount of fat stored in the body, a new study has claimed.

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Fast food may expose you to harmful <strong>chemicals</strong>

Fast food may expose you to harmful chemicals

15 Apr 2016

New York: Love to binge on burgers, pizzas and French fries? Beware, as consuming fast food can expose you to higher levels of potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, which are used in food packaging, warns a new study.

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I will be rebel for a <strong>cause</strong>, says Shraddha Kapoor

I will be rebel for a cause, says Shraddha Kapoor

04 Apr 2016

Mumbai: Shraddha Kapoor may be playing a rebellious girl in her upcoming film 'Baaghi', but the actress says she will only go beyond and break the norms for something she believes in.

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Beware! Smartphone addiction may <strong>cause</strong> depression, anxiety

Beware! Smartphone addiction may cause depression, anxiety

03 Mar 2016

Washington: Addiction to, and not simply use of, mobile phones and internet may lead to anxiety and depression in youngsters, a new study has claimed.

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Muzaffarnagar riots: Court issues show <strong>cause</strong> notice to hostile complainant

Muzaffarnagar riots: Court issues show cause notice to hostile complainant

28 Feb 2016

Muzaffarnagar: A local court issued a show cause notice against a complainant for giving false evidence and turning hostile in a murder case at Lank village here during the 2013 Muzaffarnagar riots.

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Beware! High-salt diet may <strong>cause</strong> liver damage

Beware! High-salt diet may cause liver damage

26 Feb 2016

Beijing: A high-salt diet may not only increase blood pressure, but also contribute to liver damage in adults and developing embryos, a new study has warned.

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Loss of sleep during adolescence may <strong>cause</strong> health issues

Loss of sleep during adolescence may cause health issues

15 Feb 2016

New York: Slow-wave sleep deprivation in teenaged boys predicts whether they are at risk for insulin resistance and other health issues, a neuroscience researcher has said.

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Three die after inhaling <strong>toxic</strong> gas in West Bengal

Three die after inhaling toxic gas in West Bengal

07 Dec 2015

Kolkata: Three workers were killed and two others taken ill today after inhaling poisonous gas that leaked from a drainage line in West Bengal's South 24 Parganas district, police said.

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Substance in your soap may increase <strong>miscarriage</strong> risk

Substance in your soap may increase miscarriage risk

03 Sep 2015

Beijing: Long term exposure to certain substances commonly used in personal-care products such as soap and shampoo, food packaging, and other everyday products could be linked to pregnancy loss, warns a new study.

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3D printed objects may be <strong>toxic</strong>: Study

3D printed objects may be toxic: Study

05 Nov 2015

Washington: Parts produced by some commercial 3D printers may be toxic, according to a new study that raises concerns about how to dispose of parts and waste materials from the devices which are becoming increasingly popular.

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