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Indian American Lawmaker Pramila Jayapal Re-Introduces Bill to Curb Heart Diseases in South Asians June 06, 2019 04:07

South Asians, the second fastest-growing ethnic group in the United States, have a higher death rate from the disease than any other ethnic group. On that account, an Indian American Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal on Wednesday…

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Faking a Smile at Work Makes You Drink More After Hours, Suggests Study May 28, 2019 09:34

It is difficult to maintain a cordial relationship with every colleague at work. Sometimes we have to fake our smile since we cannot always show our actual emotions at the workplace. But, a study found…

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10 Advantages of Wearing Contact Lenses May 25, 2019 12:18

There are currently in excess of 130 million contact lens wearers globally, but with more than 2 billion shortsighted people in the world to cater for now and a predicted 5 billion by the year…

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Watermelon Lowers Your Blood Pressure, Study Suggests May 17, 2019 07:36

Apart from serving as a soothing fruit in hot temperature, Watermelon also has a good deal of health benefits. Low in calories and high on flavor, one of the many benefits of this summer fruit…

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Cow Urine Can Cure Cancer, Says Nagpur Institute May 08, 2019 13:06

Cow technology can be used to cure cancer, claimed a Nagpur-based Ayurvedic college further stating they have scientific proof that cow products can be used for therapeutic purposes. The doctors from GoVigyan Anusandhan Kendra (GVAK)…

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Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Clean Your Ears With Cotton Swab May 08, 2019 13:02

Using cotton swabs to clean your ears can be dangerous enough though it may seem harmless enough. Medical experts are warning people not to try removing wax and debris from their ear canals. Medical experts…

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A Jiff of Rejoice for Rice Maniacs: Countries That Consume More Rice Have Lower Obesity Levels, Says Study May 02, 2019 10:23

In what is considered a pleasing disclosure for all rice addicts, a study found that countries with the intake of high amounts of rice have substantially lower obesity levels, while countries with lower average rice…

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Loneliness in Senior Citizens Linked to Declining Health: Study April 30, 2019 04:15

Young people, most of the times tend to turn their back on their elderly parents or leave them isolated owing to many reasons ranging from lack of time to lack of proper sense of responsibility.…

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Too Lazy to Drink Heaps of Water This Summer? Eat These 5 Fruits with High Water Content and Stay Hydrated April 26, 2019 07:17

Summer is here and it is the period of time when you have to be extra careful about your hydration as the humidity and the heat make you sweat extremely leading to dehydration. And, drinking…

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Amazing Health Benefits of Swimming April 24, 2019 09:54

As the temperatures rise, more and more people make a beeline for leisure pools. If you have not taken advantage of swimming in the summer to chill out, you may make up your mind to…

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Quit Alcohol for 28 Days and Notice These Amazing Things Happen to Your Body April 22, 2019 06:37

If you are a heavy drinker, you would have till now come across many people cautioning you about the hazard to life and urge to refrain from consuming alcohol. But, recklessly turning a deaf ear…

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Mona Lisa Didn’t Suffer from Thyroid Problem: Scientists April 20, 2019 11:43

Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci's muse for the iconic Mona Lisa painting, which enthralled millions since it was created in the early 1500s, may not have suffered from hypothyroidism as suggested by recent studies, scientists…

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