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A good night’s sleep can improve your body’s immune response: Study

Sleeping well can improve your immune system. (Source: File Photo) The importance of sleep for one’s mental and physical well-being has been highlighted by various studies time and again. However, a new study conducted recently has established a link between sleep and the body’s immune system. The study, conducted by ...

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Earth to Earth | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

An artwork at the exhibition. The Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi has brought to Chandigarh “Farmer is a Wrestler”, an exhibition by Delhi-based artists Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra, which addresses the urgency of the agrarian crisis faced by farmers in India. Over the years, generational divisions of land, climate change, ...

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Gully Boy: A round-up of Ranveer Singh’s quirky looks

Which look of Ranveer Singh’s do you prefer? (Source: Ranveer Singh/Instagram) Ranveer Singh is known for his unconventional fashion style, and the actor went all out while promoting his latest film Gully Boy with Alia Bhatt. From donning quirky blazers to fur jackets – the actor wore it all and ...

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Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s wedding invite looks regal; watch video

The invite for the much-awaited wedding has taken the internet by storm. (Source: Designed by- Rajan Sharma) After the wedding of their daughter Isha, Mukesh Ambani and wife Nita are all set for the wedding of their eldest son Akash with his childhood sweetheart Shloka Mehta. And the invite for ...

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Immune stimulant molecule shown to prevent cancer: Study | fitness

Scientists say they have identified a molecule that stimulates the immune system and may protect against the development of multiple types of cancer. The recombinant protein molecule SA-4-1BBL has been used to enhance the therapeutic efficacy of cancer vaccines with success in pre-clinical animal models, said researchers from the University ...

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Chronic inflammation can lead to memory problems: Study

Psychological stress, nagging infection can also trigger chronic inflammation. (Source: File Photo) Acute inflammation, that results from injury and does not heal or is recurring, might lead to thinking problems, say experts. The report, which has been published in Neurology, further states that psychological stress and nagging infection can also trigger chronic ...

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Flies and fungi: Climate change could make food less safe, experts warn | more lifestyle

As the planet warms, governments must pay more attention to food safety, and address the issue in their action plans to tackle climate change, officials and researchers said this week. Food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, toxins or chemicals causes more than 600 million people to fall ill and 420,000 ...

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Prickly pears: ‘humble’ cactus brings hope to Algeria | travel

For generations Algerians like the Gueldasmi family have barely eked out a living growing prickly pear fruits, but thanks to the cactus’s new found virtues their lives are steadily improving. “Now, my future is here. There is no need to go abroad” to find work, said Fethi Gueldasmi, 40, whose ...

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Lovesick on Valentine’s? Museum of broken hearts has the antidote | sex and relationships

Forget romantic dinners and roses, the place to be on Valentine’s Day is Zagreb’s Museum of Broken Relationships, a paean to personal objects and stories of heartbreak. From a toaster to an exercise bike and a pair of lacy bras, the small museum imbues seemingly ordinary objects with meaning through ...

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Exercise gives older men a better brain boost | fitness

A new study now finds that the relationship between physical and brain fitness varies in older adults by virtue of their sex. The study was published ahead of print in the Journal of Applied Physiology on Wednesday. Cardio-respiratory fitness is the measure of how much, and how well, oxygen is ...

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