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World No Tobacco Day 2018, why passive smoking is dangerous even if you don’t smoke | health

Every year, May 31 is observed as World No Tobacco Day and the World Health Organisation (WHO) and others help spread awareness about the health and other risks associated with tobacco use. Lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma are just some of the diseases which smokers are ...

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How to lose weight in Ramzan, follow these easy diet and exercise tips for fast results | fitness

While fasting during Ramzan is primarily for a religious purpose, it’s also the perfect time to detox. If you’re wise about what you consume during sehri and iftaar, you can shed the extra kilos. Here’s how: Plan your sehri to keep you sustained “Recipes involving oats and wholegrain bread should ...

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Malaika Arora’s skirt suit or white maxi? 9 style lessons for every curvy girl | fashion and trends

When it comes to dressing to flatter a curvy figure, former VJ and TV personality Malaika Arora has the process down to an exact science. Case in point: Malaika’s always had incredible style, but on Tuesday, she stepped up her summer fashion game way up in a vibrant and practical ...

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Moncler aspires to give its puffer jackets a monthly makeover | fashion and trends

Italian label Moncler has already turned luxury fashion on its head by transforming casual skiwear into trendy items with its sleek puffer jackets. Now it wants to lead the sector in fast-paced production, and Chief Executive Remo Ruffini said he hopes his company can one day offer new products for ...

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A Restaurant, A Community | The Indian Express

Written by Damini Ralleigh , | Published: May 31, 2018 12:16:30 am Corn Envuelto It was the call of his “happy place” that drew Colombian chef Chef Alejandro Gutierrez back to the kitchen, abandoning a major in Biology mid-way. After several stints in professional kitchens including the well-acclaimed Veritas in ...

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Learning to Say Goodbye | The Indian Express

Written by Surbhi Gupta , | Updated: May 31, 2018 12:00:59 am Ken Spillman India captured Australian writer and historian Ken Spillman’s imagination right after he arrived in the country in 2006. His first book with Indian characters and settings, Advaita The Writer, ended up on CBSE’s recommendation list. Subsequent ...

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World No Tobacco Day 2018, 10 people die every minute due to smoking globally | health

Every minute, smokers get through nearly 11 million cigarettes and 10 die from the habit, in an industry that generates billions of dollars. Here are some facts and figures ahead of the UN’s World No Tobacco Day on Thursday. How many people smoke? There are around one billion smokers in ...

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Easy ways for metropolitan living in your home

By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 30, 2018 9:51:44 pm Experts suggest how to capture the essence of metropolitan living in your home. (Source: Getty Images) A sustainable lifestyle and unclustered living is not just a present-day trend, but the need of the hour. Optimum utilisation of space ...

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Divorce and habits like smoking and no exercise can lead to early death | health

Turns out, change in habits after divorce can lead to early death in some, a new research has claimed. According to a study conducted by the University of Arizona, divorce is linked to a wide range of poor health outcomes, including greater risk for early death. However, the reason for ...

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Childhood obesity, dairy is safe for kids and doesn’t lead to ill health | fitness

For the longest time, it was widely believed that cow’s milk or any form of dairy promotes childhood obesity. However, according to this study, milk and dairy products are in fact safe for consumption. A team of researchers from the European Association for the Study of Obesity came to the ...

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