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Powerball Jackpot Crosses $300 Million, Wednesday Draw Decides Winner

Powerball Jackpot reached $302 million and Wednesday's draw will decide the winner

The US Powerball jackpot amount has crossed $300 million, with no one winning the mega prize in the last weekedn and the Wednesday drawing is for a whopping cash prize ...

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Obesity: Japan Scientists Find Way to Manipulate Brain to Burn Fat

A new mechanism in brain that regulates obesity, which can be targeted to treat obesity, was found by a Japanese researcher Makoto Fukuda. They studied the mouse Rap1 gene, which ...

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Flipkart’s Big Billion Sale Back Amid Promise of No Website crash

The Big Billion Days, which was started in 2014 amid Flipkart website crash and chaos has graduated to an annual shopping bonanza of the e-commerce major and this year it ...

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Walnuts, Mediterranean Diet Reduce Weight in Women, Says New Study

In a toast to Mediterranean diet, a study by researchers of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine proves that weight loss programs that provide healthy fats, such ...

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Misery of Work Second Only to Illness for Many, Says LSE Study

Many people have been unhappy at their work place, which is found to be second only to illness in life. Based on a survey of British people using a smartphone ...

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Powerball Jackpot Worth $1.6 billion Goes to 3 Lucky Winners

With maximum amount on platter, the $1.6 billion U.S. Powerball jackpot has gone to three winning tickets after the draw was held on Wednesday with the odds at 1 in ...

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Chinese Resercher at Jefferson Finds Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Therapy Effective

The common lung cancer called non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) that keeps evading an effective treatment might bow down to gene therapy from a triple therapy with two drugs and ...

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Climate Change Impact? USGS Says Permafrost in Central Alaska Thawing Faster Than Believed

One-fourth of the permafrost underneath Alaska could thaw by the end of the century, according to U.S. Geological Survey scientists after using statistically modeled maps drawn from satellite data. The ...

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Avoid Obesity in Five Easy Steps; Eat Less, Exercise More

Eating less is not the only solution to prevent obesity, however it plays a major role in maintaining a healthy body weight. People under 25 are often seen complaining about ...

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3-year Old Diagnosed With Type-2 Diabetes in US, Youngest Ever

In a rare case, a three-and-a-half-year-old girl has been diagnosed with type-2 diabetes, making her one of the youngest people ever detected with the disease. Type 2 diabetes is linked ...

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Top 6 Mantras to Keep Diabetes Far Away From You

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Are you sure that your blood sugar is in control? There are about 8.1 million diabetes cases which go undiagnosed every year. Joy Bauer, a nutrition expert, has suggested to ...

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Palakkad in Kerala Becomes First HIV/AIDS Literate District

Kerala’s Palakkad district will become the first total HIV/AIDS literate district in the country due mainly to joint initiatives of civic authorities and KESS-HAPPI, a voluntary organisation which helped win ...

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Can’t Spare That Smartphone of Yours? You Might Be a Nomophobe

Technology inspired many path breaking discoveries in the last two decades. Smartphones, touch laptops, GPS, Windows 8, Windows 10, you name it! There was a time when people would cry ...

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Mid-Level Managers Tend to Be at Higher Risk of Depression, Anxiety: New Study

Everybody has big dreams over his or her future. However, in the process of climbing up the social ladder one has to take the baby steps, and those in the ...

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Higher IQ in Children Causes Bipolar Disorder: New Study

All parents want their little ones to be super-brainy, cracking the crosswords like no one could and finding solutions of problems that no one can think of, in short being ...

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Compelling your children to eat might actually harm them: Study

Parents are always worried about the health of their children. They strive to follow as well as make their children follow the best eating habits always. Children, on the other ...

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Ancestral diets can increase risk of diabetes, says new study

Ever wonder why you are obese or suffer from cardiovascular disease(s) even after following a proper diet? A new study led by an Indian scientist says that poor diet followed ...

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Will Yoga Answer Side Effects of Poor Sleep like Heart Attacks, Strokes?

Recently studies have reiterted that fact that poor sleep disorder may double the risk of heart attacks, while increasing the risk of a stroke by four times. If they are ...

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International Yoga Day: Run up Begins in Delhi, Health Awareness Heightens

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s advice to government officials to practice Yoga ahaead of the Sunday International Yoga Day, June 21, several central government officials are making a beeline to ...

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How more than 1600 space applications revolutionised our lives?

From home-based BP machines to camera pixels to hi-fi MRI and CAT scans, more than 1,600 applications originally developed for space applications have made their way into our daily lives ...

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