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Church of England spiritual leader to lead five days of prayers after Brexit

LONDON Feb 25: The spiritual leader of the Church of England may lead five days of prayer with other Churches after Britain’s March 29 exit from the European Union in an attempt to ease Brexit divisions, The Sunday Times reported. Continue reading “Church of England spiritual leader to lead five days of prayers after Brexit”

Kerala Tourism launches three-minute film showcasing state’s spectacular assets (VIDEO)

New Delhi Feb 21: Kerala Tourism has launched a three-minute film showcasing the state’s spectacular assets serene backwaters, tranquil beaches, traditional houseboats, exotic wildlife, relaxing hill stations and Theyyam artistes to woo foreign tourists to its shores. Continue reading “Kerala Tourism launches three-minute film showcasing state’s spectacular assets (VIDEO)”

Eating chicken nuggets and instant soups could contribute to an early death

LONDON Feb 13: Eating chicken nuggets and instant soups could contribute to an early death, a study claims.

Scientists in France who studied a large population of more than 44,500 men and women aged 45 and older uncovered a strong link between eating badly and dying. Continue reading “Eating chicken nuggets and instant soups could contribute to an early death”

Renu Raj is powerful with her words and runs!

IDUKKI Feb 11: Not only in her stands, Devikulam sub-collector Dr. Renu Raj IAS is powerful in athleticism as well. Renu Raj IAS became first in the third Munnar Marathon’s ‘Run with fun’ category. Continue reading “Renu Raj is powerful with her words and runs!”

Cancer becoming more common among youngsters due to obesity

WASHINGTON Feb 5: The rates of new cancer cases and cancer deaths have fallen in the U.S. over the past few decades.

But certain cancers are becoming more common among younger Americans, and researchers think obesity may be to blame, finds a new report from the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute. Continue reading “Cancer becoming more common among youngsters due to obesity”

Internet De-Addiction Clinics To Be Set Up Soon In India

LUCKNOW Feb 4: Special clinics to provide counselling to youngsters addicted to social media platforms will soon be set up by the King George Medical University in Lucknow.The psychiatry department of the University will run the clinics targeted at adolescents. Continue reading “Internet De-Addiction Clinics To Be Set Up Soon In India”

Screen time ahead of bedtime sabotages sleep

London Jan 31:  Using mobile phones or watching TV in a dark bedroom just ahead of bedtime can sabotage your sleep more than when used in a well lit room or not using them at all, researchers say. Continue reading “Screen time ahead of bedtime sabotages sleep”

Food you consume could impact your memory

New York, Jan 30 : Although you might be familiar with the statement, “you are what you eat”, the food you consume could also impact your memory, suggests a new study. Continue reading “Food you consume could impact your memory”

Morrisons introduces US-style paper bags

LONDON Jan 29: Morrisons and Waitrose each step up their attempts to curb plastic waste, with the former introducing paper carrier bags to stores and the latter unveiling a £1m grant fund to tackle the environmental problem. Continue reading “Morrisons introduces US-style paper bags”

NHS to offer paid-for genetic blueprints that predict health risks

LONDON Jan 28: The NHS will allow people to pay for a report of their genetic blueprint that can predict major health risks.

Genetic data will be used to put together a health report that, it is claimed, can predict the risk of contracting a range of serious conditions such as cancer and dementia. Continue reading “NHS to offer paid-for genetic blueprints that predict health risks”