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Myths surrounding the frozen food industry

New Delhi [India], Sep 14 : While shopping at the grocery store, we often steer clear of the frozen food aisle even though we can't stop thinking about its convenience and taste.

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New Delhi : Assamese Students Union welcomes freshers

By : Chandrakala Choudhury

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NSUI students in Delhi host Northeast cultural night

By : Arim Sky Zimik

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One might order less if restaurants list calories!

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 14 : Did you know! You might start ordering food with fewer calories, if restaurants' mention calories on their menus.

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Early Learning Village emerges as preferred choice for parents in Gurgaon

New Delhi [India], Sep 14 : With its innovative and international pedagogy, Early Learning Village has emerged as one of the most preferred choices for early schooling by parents in Gurgaon.

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Treat your taste buds with 'Khalibali Thali' at Ardor 2.1

New Delhi [India], Sep 14 : Have you ever eaten a thali with more than 10 dishes?

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Sexuality of youth determines extent of substance use

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 14 : Lesbian, gay or bisexual youth, according to a study, are at an increased risk of using multiple substances - such as alcohol, nicotine and marijuana.

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Sheraton Grand Bengaluru appoints Shishir Rai as chef for InAzia

New Delhi [India], Sep 14 : Sheraton Grand Bengaluru on Friday announced appointment of Shishir Rai as the chef for Chinese cuisine at the Pan-Asian restaurant, InAzia.

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Using drum therapy to help autistic children

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 14 : Parents, take note! According to a study, drumming helps schoolchildren diagnosed with autism.

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Emotionally stable people splurge more during holidays

Washington D.C. [USA] Sep 14: Emotionally stable people spend more during the holiday season, as compared to people who are nervous with a lower stress-threshold (higher neuroticism).

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Can testosterone replacement therapy reduce progression of lung disease?

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 14 : According to a study, testosterone replacement therapy may slow the progression of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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Here's the remedy to reduce brain inflammation during ageing

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 14 : Dietary fiber - found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes - reduces brain inflammation during ageing, finds a study.

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Environmental pollutants could weaken your kidneys

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 14 : Certain environmental pollutants, according to a study, may be the reason for deteriorating kidney health in individuals.

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Kuki Tribe remembers Kuki-Naga clashes victims

Imphal, (Manipur) [India] Sep 13 : A three-day long commemorative event, marking the death anniversary of more than 100 civilians, who lost their lives in the Kuki-Naga clashes, was organised in Imphal city on Thursday. The event was organized by the Centre of the Kuki Genocide.

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Tapti Kids, Kirington Club organize 'Greenathon' in Surat

New Delhi [India], Sep 13 : Tapti Kids in association with Hearts @ Work Foundation and Kirington Club announced "Greenathon" in the city of Surat.

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Elevated BP is linked to aortic valve disease

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 13 : Turns out, people with a long-term problem of blood pressure has an increased risk of aortic valve disease (AVD) - problems with the valve that controls how blood is pumped from the left ventricle of the heart out into the main artery, the aorta.

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Here's why obesity puts you at risk of asthma

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 13 : Did you know! Obesity can alter airway muscle function, thereby increasing your risk of developing asthma.

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Experience one of Oman's true natural wonders 'Al Hoota Caves'

New Delhi [India], Sep 13 : Estimated to be over two million years old, the Al Hoota Cave is one of Oman's most popular natural tourist attractions.

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Breast cancer screening not liked to life expectancy

Washington DC, [USA] Sep 13 : According to a recent study, fewer and fewer women die from breast cancer in recent years, but surprisingly, the decline has been just as large in the age groups that are not screened. The decline is, therefore, due to better treatment and not screening for breast cancer.

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Sleep apnea may lead to lung cancer at young age

New Delhi [India], Sep 13 : Turns out, sleep apnea or simply a sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts, can lead to the growth of lung cancer growth in young individuals.

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Sugar pills relieve chronic pain

Washington DC, [USA] Sep 13 : According to a recent study, Someday doctors may prescribe sugar pills for certain chronic pain patients based on their brain anatomy and psychology. And the pills can reduce the pain as effectively as any powerful drug on the market.

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India gears up to welcome Lord Ganesha

New Delhi [India], Sep 12 : With Ganesh Chaturthi around the corner, devotees around the country are all set to celebrate the festival with colourful processions, bustling music, and energetic dance moves.

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Malaysia's Tai Koon Slaung adjudged World's Best Sushi Chef

Tokyo [Japan], Sep 12 : Malaysia's Tai Koon Slaung was awarded the title of World's Best Sushi Chef in the recently-culminated World Sushi Cup 2018 in Tokyo.

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Experts urge govt. to regulate medical implants

New Delhi [India], Sep 12 : Given the 'faulty hip implants' of metal on the metal prosthesis, medical experts urged the government to establish a National Joint Replacement Registry to regulate medical implants and drugs for patients' safety.

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People with criminal history less likely to quit job

Washington D.C. [USA] Sep 12 : Employees with criminal records may stay in their jobs longer and are less likely to leave, as per a new study.

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