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How shutdown affects key parts of federal government 21.1.2018 World – The Indian Express
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Adding this to your morning coffee could help you lose weight: Study 21.1.2018
London: If you are trying to speed up your weight loss, then you may want to try adding an egg to your morning coffee, as according to a recent study, doing so helps. A team of researchers found that many gym-goers use caffeine for a pre-workout boost, but adding a raw egg to that cup of tea or coffee may help you more. However, the practice of mixing raw egg and hot black coffee has been common among the Hungarian, Scandinavian, Vietnamese and even Minnesotan cultures for centuries, the Dailystar reported. Marc Bubbs, director of nutrition for the Canadian Men's National Basketball Team, said, "The combo started to gain popularity as a pre-workout drink". "I've used egg coffee a few times before, doing some fasted cardio in the morning", Marc added. Drinking raw egg could be dangerous as some are contaminated by the bacteria salmonella and which could cause you to throw up. However, raw eggs are safe in coffee, as the heat of the liquid may bring the temperature of the egg up ...
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Germany's SPD to decide on starting coalition talks with Merkel's conservatives 21.1.2018
Bonn: Germany"s center-left Social Democrats (SPD) will decide on Sunday whether to start formal coalition talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel"s conservatives, a move which would bring Europe"s economic powerhouse one step closer to a stable government. SPD leader Martin Schulz is facing a strong backlash from the party"s left and youth wings, which argue that the SPD should reinvent itself in opposition after scoring its worst election result in September since Germany became a federal republic in 1949. Around 600 delegates, meeting in Bonn, will debate and vote on whether their leaders should push ahead with coalition talks on renewing an alliance with Merkel"s conservatives that took office in 2013. The two blocs, which both bled support to the far right in the September 24 election, struck a preliminary deal last week but critics, including the party"s youth wing leader Kevin Kuehnert, say the agreed blueprint does not bear enough of the SPD"s ...
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Surfers may be swallowing antibiotic-resistant bacteria 21.1.2018 Life | The Asian Age
They also more likely to have in their bellies E. coli containing a mobile gene that makes bacteria resistant to antibiotics.
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Hot yoga no more effective than traditional form 21.1.2018 Life | The Asian Age
The researchers noted that it is not necessary for the yoga to be performed at a hot temperature.
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Sound therapy may train the brain to ignore tinnitus 21.1.2018 Life | The Asian Age
New study lends additional support that sound-based therapy helps reduce tinnitus distress.
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This morning brew can help you shed those extra kilos fast 21.1.2018 Life | The Asian Age
Adding a raw egg to that cup of tea or coffee may help you.
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Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend- Review 21.1.2018 Free Press Journal: Weekend
Name: Nevermoor Author: Jessica Townsend Paperback: 384 pages Publisher: Orion book publishers Roald
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Bodybuilding championship 21.1.2018 The Assam Tribune
Bodybuilding championship
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Budget 2018: Animal rights body wants funds for cow shelters, grazing land 21.1.2018 All Budget Stories
The Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations has also demanded increased funds for street animal care through the Animal Welfare Board of India
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Advanced diploma course on Patient Navigation launched 21.1.2018 The Assam Tribune
Advanced diploma course on Patient Navigation launched
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Germany’s SPD to vote on coalition talks with Angela Merkel’s conservatives 21.1.2018 World – The Indian Express
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Talk on diabetes, kidney diseases 21.1.2018 The Assam Tribune
Talk on diabetes, kidney diseases
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New study finds surfers may be swallowing antibiotic-resistant bacteria 21.1.2018
Surfers and body-boarders were three times more likely to have potentially dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their guts than non-surfers, new research from the UK shows. The findings highlight the omnipresence of superbugs and the peril they might pose even for healthy people participating in water sports, said lead author Anne Leonard, a research fellow at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health at the University of Exeter Medical School in Truro, England. "When people think of superbugs and antibiotic resistant-bacteria, they think of the hospital," she said in a Skype interview. "But there"s evidence that new resistant genes could be evolving in the environment and getting into people." "Protecting our environment will have a multitude of benefits," she said. Drug-resistant infections could kill 10 million people every year starting in 2050, a previous study estimated. Because surfers swallow more seawater than other swimmers, Leonard ...
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Researchers say hot yoga no more effective than traditional form 21.1.2018
Washington: Myth busted! A study has recently found that practising yoga in a room heated to 40 degree Celsius is no longer effective at improving the vascular health in people. Bikram yoga, popularly known as hot yoga, is a trendy form of yoga that involves 26 poses performed in a room heated to 40 degrees Celsius. According to researchers from Texas State University and the University of Texas at Austin, USA, a hot yoga style, is no more effective at improving health than the same yoga postures at room temperature. The research indicated that the heated environment did not play a role in causing improvements in vascular health. Despite its popularity, little is known about the health benefits associated with it and even less is known about the stipulation that it is carried out in a hot environment. The researchers noted that it is not necessary for the yoga to be performed at a hot temperature with the effects also being seen at room temperature. The corresponding author Stacy D Hunter said, "The ...
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Here's how this new therapy could train the brain to ignore tinnitus 21.1.2018
A sound-emitting device worn in the ear during sleep may train the brain to ignore an annoying chronic ringing in the ears, a new study suggests. People with the disorder, known as tinnitus, who slept with the in-ear devices felt less bothered than patients who used bedside noise machines, researchers found in a study funded by the device manufacturer. Tinnitus is the perception of sound that has no source outside the head, and it"s often caused by exposure to loud noise. While sound therapy is one of the treatments doctors recommend, research to date has offered a mixed picture of how well this works at reducing how much people notice ringing in their ears. For the current study, researchers randomly assigned 60 patients with tinnitus to sleep with one of three sound therapy devices: a customized in-ear device that played sounds matched to the ringing sounds patients typically heard; an in-ear device that let patients select a pre-set sound; or a bedside noise machine. After three months of ...
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Here’s how women can look fabulous even in their 40s 21.1.2018 Free Press Journal: Weekend
After 40, it is very important for a woman to choose the right skin care regime and make-up. Always hydrate
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Expensive gluten-free food not as healthy as believed 21.1.2018 Life | The Asian Age
The study also highlighted the difference between costs of regular and gluten-free items.
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Delhi fire: Leaders make beeline, CM announces Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia for kin of dead 21.1.2018
New Delhi: The tragic fire accident in Delhi's Bawana area on Saturday night also assumed political hues, as several leaders from the BJP, visited the site, even as Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to the family of the deceased. AAP chief Kejriwal, who visited the site late on Saturday night, said the truth will come out only after the inquiry, which has been ordered by the government. A compensation of Rs five lakh each will be given to the next of kin of those who have lost their lives and Rs one lakh each to the two injured persons, he told reporters. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain also visited the site and met the two survivors at the hospital. "Prima facie it appears packaging of the fire crackers were going on, but no machines have been found," he said. Prior to Kejriwal, Union ministers Harsh Vardhan, Vijay Goel and party's Delhi unit president Manoj Tiwari headed to Bawana following the fire incident in a fire cracker factory that ...
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Trump’s first year in office has been a can’t-miss drama, replete with twists 21.1.2018 Hindu: News
He may be unconventional, unpopular and targeting almost all with caustic tweets but people just can take their eyes off him
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