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Deep sleep for beautiful body and mind

So much hustle and bustle all around the world. Work seems to be more and time seems to be too less. Your body and mind need relaxation through adequate sound sleep to function properly. Getting enough sleep may help you ...

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Aloe Vera – a miracle herb

Aloe Vera and its products are today popularly used worldwide and the consumption is rising. But, what is the reason behind its popularity?   A species of Aloe, Aloe Vera originated in the warm and dry climates of Northern Africa. ...

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A handbag? For $380k, it’s yours

A diamond-encrusted crocodile-skin Hermes handbag with white gold details has broken the record for the world’s most expensive ever sold at auction, fetching nearly $380,000 at a Hong Kong sale. The rare Himalaya Niloticus Crocodile Diamond Birkin 30 went to ...

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Like listening to sad music in a group? It can make you more depressed

Listening to sad music in a group and talking about sad things tend to make people feel more depressed, says a study. This kind of group rumination with music was more common in younger people, and likely reflects relative importance ...

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Homeopathy may be your best chance to quit smoking, naturally

Smoking takes a lot from you. Statistics says that around six million premature deaths trigger due to tobacco and around six lakhs due to passive smoking. Dr Pankaj Aggarwal, senior homeopathy physician at Agrawal Homeo Clinic, New Delhi, says that ...

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3 rules for cardiovascular patients during Ramadan

Cardiovascular patients must have to follow at least three rules during the holy month of Ramadan to stay safe from heart failure or cardiac arrest or other severe ailments, an expert said. “A patient with cardiovascular disease should maintain a ...

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BAPA-BEN emphasises sustainable dev policy for haors

Environmentalists have said that a sustainable development policy for the country’s haors is needed widely. “It is important to prepare a long lasting development goal for the haor areas,” said Dr. Abdul Matin, General Secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon (BAPA) ...

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US spelling bee champs find success after sting of defeat

Three past winners of the Scripps National Spelling Bee say losing was the secret to their success. Early defeats spurred an inner competitive streak that they used to eventually seize the title, said champions from 1985, 1999 and 2010. The ...

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Addicted to chocolates? Why it may be good for your heart?

Love to gorge on chocolates? According to a research, consuming up to six bars of chocolate a week may lower the risk of developing a common and dangerous type of irregular heartbeat linked with higher risk of stroke, heart failure, ...

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Belly fat may increase bowel, breast cancer risks

It is a difficult task to deal with the stubborn belly fat but it is the easiest to gain and the hardest to get rid of. Belly fat comes with its own set of health risks including type-2 diabetes, cardiovascular ...

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