Want to avoid risk of bowel cancer? Cut processed red meat, alcohol from your diet

Want to avoid risk of bowel cancer? Cut processed red meat, alcohol from your diet

Are you a meat lover? We have some important news for you. According to a new study, a group of researchers have found strong evidence of links between lifestyle and colorectal cancer risk. Physical activity and whole grains lowers risk of this cancer; too much alcohol and red meat, processed meats and obesity increase the risk. Eating whole grains daily, such as brown rice or whole-wheat bread, reduces colorectal cancer risk, with the more you eat the lower the risk and there was strong evidence that physical activity protects against colon cancer. Edward…

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Say no to painkillers: Ibuprofen stops your muscles from getting bigger, says study

Say no to painkillers: Ibuprofen stops your muscles from getting bigger, says study

Gym lovers, take note. If you want to bulk up and get in shape, stay away from painkillers. According to a new study, regularly taking Ibuprofen can slow down muscle growth. Swedish researchers found the drugs, which are one of the most widely consumed in the world, interfere with the healing process of muscles, which stops them from getting bigger following a work-out. Dr Tommy Lundberg, from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, was behind the “extremely interesting” findings. The team then measured certain variables, including muscle growth, strength and anti-inflammatory…

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5 Incredible Cauliflower Benefits: From Reducing Cancer Risks to Brain Health

5 Incredible Cauliflower Benefits: From Reducing Cancer Risks to Brain Health

Have you ever wondered what the majestically shaped, intricately folded, off-white looking member of the cruciferous family of vegetables – cauliflower – entails? The stake it holds in the upkeep of parameters of the human body? It would not be incorrect to assume that the countless curves and folds in the body of the cauliflower plant exhibits those countless benefits for health and well-being. It originates from the brassica species. Commonly known as cabbage, that’s where the etymology of the term lies. It’s mainly the upper white part, also known as curd, which is edible….

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How To Set Your Business’s Website Apart From The Rest

How To Set Your Business’s Website Apart From The Rest

When your potential customer is browsing on Google, searching for the exact service you’re ready and waiting to provide, the last thing you want is for them to click through to a rival business and give them the sale. This can happen all too easily if your website isn’t grabbing your customer’s attention. With so many websites online and so many businesses vying for customer engagement, it’s more essential than ever to create a website that stands out from the crowd. This isn’t always easy and can take time to…

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CBSE board exams may start from Feb 15 and end in March from next year

CBSE board exams may start from Feb 15 and end in March from next year

Class 10 and 12 board examinations conducted by the CBSE may start from mid-February rather than March to provide more time for the evaluation of answer scripts, sources said. According to a senior CBSE official, a committee being set up to suggest systemic changes in the evaluation process followed by CBSE for board exams will explore this aspect. “At present, the exams start on March 1 and usually go on for a month. This also coincides with the start of summer vacations and hence, a number of teachers go on…

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What’s wrong? CBSE Class 12 Board marks revised from 42 to 90 and 68 to 95

What’s wrong? CBSE Class 12 Board marks revised from 42 to 90 and 68 to 95

Is the Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) marking system going horribly wrong? Recent media reports say Class 12 students, shocked to receive 68 and 42 in math in the board exams, reapplied for verification of marks – which were then increased to 95 and 90, respectively. Such a huge difference in marking definitely means the board has bungled in a big way. The Times of India, which reported the change in marks has also claimed access to documents of a Mumbai student with 50, whose marks after verification, were…

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What All Small Businesses Can Learn From the Manufacturing Renaissance

What All Small Businesses Can Learn From the Manufacturing Renaissance

There’s a manufacturing boom happening in the U.S. And businesses like Thor Industries (NYSE:THO) are using unique selling points to capitalize on that growth. Thor Industries is the nation’s largest maker of recreational vehicles. The company has more than 200 factories in the U.S., mainly based in Indiana, Ohio, Oregon and Idaho. And it’s currently expanding some of those factories even more. Tips and Tricks of the Manufacturing Renaissance Brands like iconic hat maker Kangol have brought their manufacturing facilities back to the U.S., but success is sometimes a struggle. Thor…

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Delhi University announces admission dates, online process to start from May 22

Delhi University announces admission dates, online process to start from May 22

Delhi University will start the online registration process for admissions to around 54,000 seats in undergraduate courses from May 22. The university is starting the online registration process almost two weeks ahead of its usual schedule for courses in which admission is based on cut-off. The last date to fill the admission form has not been finalized yet. “Students can start filling the online registration form from May 22. As we are starting the registration earlier, students will have enough time to get their certificates and other documents in place,”…

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From Alia Bhatt to Sridevi: Who wore what at Justin Bieber’s concert

From Alia Bhatt to Sridevi: Who wore what at Justin Bieber’s concert

Bollywood stars at Justin Bieber’s concert   Canadian pop-star, Justin Bieber landed in Mumbai on Wednesday to perform for the very first time in India. The 23-year-old singer took centre-stage at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, which saw a bunch of Bollywood stars to relish the event. From Alia Bhatt working denim on denim look to Sridevi keeping it chic in a flowy maxi dress, here are the best-dressed celebrities who stunned us at the concert. (Photograph by: Prathamesh Bandekar) Alia Bhatt   Alia Bhatt kept it cool in denim…

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Facebook to Pull Messaging Support From Older Versions of Its Apps

Facebook to Pull Messaging Support From Older Versions of Its Apps

Messaging support for older versions of the Facebook and Messenger apps will soon be pulled – specifically, by the end of March. This gives people using older versions of the apps very little time to update. Affected versions include v55 of the Facebook app and v10 of Messenger on Android. Further, it will also stop support for Facebook on Windows Phone. The social media giant said that its team spends countless hours making the platform best. “One of the ways we continue to improve is by consistently introducing rich features,…

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