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Sara Ali Khan and Anisha Padukone style their shirt with denim in the same way. See latest pics | fashion and trends

Sara Ali Khan and Anisha Padukone style their shirt with denim in the same way. See latest pics | fashion and trends

The regular shirt has a stylish appeal this coming summer and it has also started occupying space in celeb wardrobes. Recently, Sara Ali Khan was seen shooting in Delhi for Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal 2 with Karthik Aryan and we saw the Simmba actor wearing a honey coloured tanned ...

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Fitness trends 2019: What I think about when I must go running | health

Fitness trends 2019: What I think about when I must go running | health

I’m one of the many millennials out there who are learning to grapple with the pressures of life, especially those supposed non-existent ones that life throws at you in your twenties and early thirties. I also believe that all the uncertainty you go through in your twenties, especially post-25 and ...

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Strength training reduces additional health risks associated with obesity: Study | health

Strength training reduces additional health risks associated with obesity: Study | health

According to a recent study, strength training can help in reducing the health risks associated with obesity. According to the findings, which were published in the Journal of Endocrinology, Strength training for a short period of time reduces fat stores in the liver and improves blood glucose control in obese ...

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Origins and nature of ‘math anxiety’ | health

Origins and nature of ‘math anxiety’ | health

A recent study directed towards examining the factors that influence ‘maths anxiety’ among primary and secondary school students, has shown that teachers and parents may inadvertently play a role in a child’s development of the condition, and that girls tend to be more affected than boys. According to the researchers, ...

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LMIFW 2019 celebrates sari’s multiplicity at the grand finale | fashion and trends

LMIFW 2019 celebrates sari’s multiplicity at the grand finale | fashion and trends

Popular designers such as Rimzim Dadu, Rohit Bal and Wendell Rodricks celebrated the multiplicity of sari on the runway of the Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week (LMIFW) grand finale on Saturday here. “The grand finale paid homage to the adaptability ingrained in the warp and weft of this traditional fabric, ...

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Vitamin D improves memory but slows down reactions | health

Vitamin D improves memory but slows down reactions | health

According to a recent study, improvements in memory were noted in obese older women who took three times the recommended dose of vitamin D. However, it was also seen that their reactions were slower. The study was published in the Journals of Gerontology: Series A where they used computers to ...

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Digital media linked to depression in young adults | health

Digital media linked to depression in young adults | health

Increased use of digital media may be partly responsible for the growth in the percentage of young adults experiencing certain types of mental health disorders in the US over the past decade, suggests new research. “More US adolescents and young adults in the late 2010s, versus the mid-2000s, experienced serious ...

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How medical apps give access to patients | health

How medical apps give access to patients | health

The evolution of healthcare mobility solutions has been on the rise due to the constantly growing medical requirements. Solutions include, mobile healthcare applications, online medical clinics, video chats between a doctor and a patient, and more. With umpteen mobile healthcare management solutions, patient care and everyday activities of medical practitioners ...

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Oral bacteria may up risk of pancreatic cancer | health

Oral bacteria may up risk of pancreatic cancer | health

The presence of oral bacteria in cystic pancreatic tumours is associated with the severity of the tumour, a new study suggests. According to the researcher, the results can help to reappraise the role of bacteria in the development of pancreatic cysts. If further studies show that the bacteria actually affects ...

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Mushrooms may prevent cognitive decline in the elderly | health

Mushrooms may prevent cognitive decline in the elderly | health

Older adults who eat mushrooms more than twice a week can halve their risk of losing memory as well as language and attention skills, a key factor for the development of Alzheimer’s disease, finds a new study. The study, led by a team from the National University of Singapore, found ...

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