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Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt show how to rock white in summer

Kareena Kapoor Khan or Alia Bhatt: Who do you think looked better? A crisp white outfit in summer is always refreshing. In case you think it is too boring to go for an all-white look, then let Kareena Kapoor Khan and Alia Bhatt show you how to style it. Khan ...

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Mouth-watering chaat recipes you can try out this summer

You must try these delicious chaat recipes this summer (Designed by Gargi Singh) With its tangy chutneys and assortment of spices, chaat is relished by the young and old alike. Be it the crunchy raj kachori or the crispy aloo tikki, you just cannot stop at one serving. One of ...

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World Autism Month: Autism Spectrum Disorder is a developmental disability without physical traits | health

How much do you know about developmental disorders? Do you know that many of these disorders are not associated with any physical traits or visible characteristics? Like mental health issues, many developmental disorders are not visible in the same way that physical disabilities are (with the exception of Down syndrome ...

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Meat-based diet could lead to early death; study

It, however, is not necessary to stop eating meat completely. (Source: File Photo) In case you like to eat meat, there might be some alarming news for you. According to Finnish scientists, as quoted by a report in The New York Times, a diet that includes more meat can lead ...

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FDA orders companies to stop sale of pelvic surgical mesh in US

Representational image By Sheila Kaplan and Matthew Goldstein The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday ordered the two remaining medical device companies selling surgical mesh for the repair of pelvic organ prolapse to stop all sales and distribution in the United States. It is the most stringent action the FDA ...

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Drinking can push students into vicious cycle of poor grades, stress

The results demonstrate that manageable lifestyle factors contribute to mental health in college students, which become potentially cyclic events that may impact academic performance. (Representative photo by iStock / Getty Images Plus) Indulging in one negative behaviour such as heavy drinking can lead college students towards a vicious cycle of ...

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FOMO, 24/7 online updates and social media addiction is reducing our attention span | sex and relationships

The ‘fear of missing out’, keeping up-to-date on social media, and 24/7 cycle of breaking news is narrowing our collective attention span, a study has warned. The research, published in the journal Nature Communications, showed this effect occurs not only on social media but also across diverse domains including books, ...

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For its health and yours, keep the cat indoors

There are some 90 million pet cats in the United States, and an estimated 500 million worldwide. (Photo by iStock / Getty Images Plus) At least one running argument among cat lovers is now over: Whiskers, Lucy and Tigger are definitely better off staying indoors, scientists reported Wednesday. Pet cats ...

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Social skills helped shape modern human face: Study | sex and relationships

The evolution of modern human face may have been partly driven by our need for good social skills, according to a study. As large-brained, short-faced hominins, our faces are different from other, now extinct hominins, such as the Neanderthals, and our closest living relatives bonobos and chimpanzees, said researchers from ...

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How to Heal a Broken Heart Using Mindful Self-Compassion

“It’s not your job to like me—it’s mine.” Byron Katie Why are breakups so painful? Whether we are the dumper or the dumpee, the range of emotions we feel is universal: devastation, sadness, and anger. Oh, and there’s the acute pain, as if your heart had been gouged from your ...

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