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Sunday , January 22 2017

Social media is obsessing over Sasha Obama’s latest pictures

After America’s President and First Lady, it is this young Obama who is gradually turning into a social media sensation. Sasha Obama’s latest sartorial choices suggest that the youngest member of the family is nowhere behind her mother in terms of fashion. In one of the rare instances, Sasha was recently seen sporting a black ...

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6 Ways Happiness Makes You Healthy

We have heard it a million times that happiness is the key to a good health. But how many of us actually follow it? Considering that a huge multitude of people are falling ill due to stress and depression, one really wonders; is it really such a difficult thing to ...

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Benefits of cycling as an exercise

Cycling is one of the best forms of simple, low-cost exercises available out there. Let’s find out more about its advantages and disadvantages. As a kid, all one ever wants is a cycle! Many even used it to go to the school and the pride of owning a cycle was ...

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Oldies Too Are Facebook Addicts

Oldies are getting busy these days in updating their status or changing their profile picture and following their grand kids, the one who introduced them to the hub of social networking. People who are over the age of 50 are now a days getting addicted to social networking, this has ...

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Babies made from 3 people approved in UK

Babies made from two women and one man have been approved by the UK’s fertility regulator. The historic and controversial move is to prevent children being born with deadly genetic diseases, reports BBC. Doctors in Newcastle – who developed the advanced form of IVF – are expected to be the ...

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Laser to ‘transform’ prostate cancer treatment

Surgeons have described a new treatment for early stage prostate cancer as “truly transformative”.   The approach, tested across Europe, uses lasers and a drug made from deep sea bacteria to eliminate tumors, but without causing severe side effects, reports BBC. Trials on 413 men – published in The Lancet ...

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Dementia rates ‘higher near busy roads’

People who live near major roads have higher rates of dementia, research published in the Lancet suggests. As many as 11% of dementia cases in people living within 50 meter of a major road could be down to traffic, the study suggests, reports the BBC. The researchers, who followed nearly ...

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Processed meat ‘could be bad for asthma’

Eating processed meat might make asthma symptoms worse, say researchers. Consuming more than four portions a week is a risk, suggests the study of nearly 1,000 French people, published in the journal Thorax, reports BBC. The researchers believe it could be a preservative called nitrite used in meats such as ...

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FIFA to expand World Cup to 48 teams

The World Cup will be expanded to host 48 teams, up from 32, Fifa has decided. An initial stage of 16 groups of three teams will precede a knockout stage for the remaining 32 when the change is made for the 2026 tournament, reports the BBC. The sport’s world governing ...

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Gains and Pains of Basin Reserve

Bangladesh does not play too often. Opportunity of playing against top ranked teams whether at home or away is few and far between. In such situation whenever opportunity arrives Bangladeshi cricketers grab it with both hands. In 17 years since getting test status next door neighbour India is going host ...

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