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AIDS-Related Deaths Is Slowing Down: UNAIDS Global Report July 16, 2019 18:07

The data released by United Nations Tuesday said that deaths related to HIV fell to around 770,000 in 2018, some 33 percent lower than in 2010, but warned that global efforts to do away with…

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Here’s What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Eating Sugar July 13, 2019 17:16

Whether you are a vegan or a keto enthusiast, Sugar is something people of every dietary preference aim to avoid. But giving up sugar can be difficult as it is found in the most unsuspecting…

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Contact Lens Wearers Beware! Man Goes Blind After Parasites Eat Man's Eye as He Wore Lenses in Shower July 10, 2019 14:32

If you using contact lenses for a very long time and even taking shower with lenses on, then it is the time to stop it immediately as it has cost one person his eyesight. Nick…

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Tears Can Help You Lose Weight Especially If It's Between 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Claims Study June 29, 2019 18:26

It is absolutely all right to weep in order to keep your mental health strong. A recent study has found that emotional outbursts in the form of crying between 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. can…

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The Life Goals of Indian Millennials: Work-Life Balance, Travel, Fitness June 27, 2019 11:05

From being the owner of a big house and getting a secure government job, to abroad travel and work-life balance, the young Indians’ aspirations are being influenced by movies, social media, celebrities, and news, according…

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Horns Growing on Human Skulls Due to Excessive Smartphone Use June 21, 2019 16:25

Despite realizing the ill-effects of using smartphones excessively, people aren’t paying any heed. Statistics suggest that the number of people using smartphone growing from 2.1 billion in 2016 to around 2.5 billion in 2019. A…

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Indian American Lawmaker Pramila Jayapal Re-Introduces Bill to Curb Heart Diseases in South Asians June 06, 2019 09:37

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 15:04

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 17:48

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 13:06

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 18:36

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 18:32

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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