Paytm Mall 2017 Grand Finale Sale Has Discounts, Cashbacks on iPhone X, iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S7, and More Offers

Paytm Mall 2017 Grand Finale Sale Has Discounts, Cashbacks on iPhone X, iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S7, and More Offers

HIGHLIGHTS Paytm Mall 2017 Grand Finale Sale kickstarted on Wednesday iPhone X 64GB comes with a cashback of Rs. 4,000 Samsung Galaxy S7 is listed at Rs. 32,750 Just a day after the conducting its 12.12 sale, Paytm on Wednesday kicked off the 2017 Grand Final Sale on Paytm Mall, lasting till Friday, December 15. The new sale includes offers, cashbacks, and discounts on a range of smartphones and tablets, including the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S7, Vivo V7+, apart from iPad models and Kindle ebook readers. Paytm Mall has listed offerings from all the…

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EPFO has received Aadhaar details of 1.8 crore members: Official

EPFO has received Aadhaar details of 1.8 crore members: Official

As many as 1.8 crore of the more than 4.5 crore members have submitted their Aadhaar details to the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) so far. “We have got 1.8 crore Aadhaar cards in our system. We have verified cards of 40 lakh. That means their dates of birth, names and other details are verified from the UID (Unique Identification Authority of India) records,” said Central Provident Fund Commissioner VP Joy in Hyderabad. The members whose Aadhaar details have been verified are getting the facility of online transactions in the…

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Another Reason to Never Eat Fast Food Again (That Has Nothing to Do With Fat)

Another Reason to Never Eat Fast Food Again (That Has Nothing to Do With Fat)

Add this to the list of reasons a drive-thru meal isn’t good for you: the paper it comes packaged in may contain chemicals linked to serious health problems, according to a new study. The Silent Spring Institute, the Environmental Working Group (EWG), and the Green Science Policy Institute teamed up with researchers at the University of Notre Dame and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to analyze more than 400 wrappers and containers from 27 fast-food chains throughout the country. About half the wrappers tested contained flourine, a marker for fluoridated compounds known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl…

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One in Every Three Indian Kids Has Unhealthy BMI: Reveals Survey

One in Every Three Indian Kids Has Unhealthy BMI: Reveals Survey

Health is a major issue in our country especially when it comes to kids. A new survey has been doing the round in this respect with some alarming results. The nationwide 7th Annual School Health and Fitness Study 2016 released by EduSports, a school sports enterprise, reveals that a large number of school children in India have fitness levels far from satisfactory. The survey is conducted every year and last year’s report covered 1,69,932 students in the age group of 7 – 17 years from 326 schools in 86 cities and 26…

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Heavy Drinking has been Normalized for Women, and it’s Killing them in Record Numbers

Heavy Drinking has been Normalized for Women, and it’s Killing them in Record Numbers

The ads started popping up about a decade ago on social media. Instead of selling alcohol with sex and romance, these ads had an edgier theme: Harried mothers chugging wine to cope with everyday stress. Women embracing quart-sized bottles of whiskey, and bellying up to bars to knock back vodka shots with men. In this new strain of advertising, women’s liberation equaled heavy drinking, and alcohol researchers say it both heralded and promoted a profound cultural shift: Women in America are drinking far more, and far more frequently, than their…

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India Has 3.7 Million With Alzheimer’s, Will Double By 2030: Experts

India Has 3.7 Million With Alzheimer’s, Will Double By 2030: Experts

A total of 3.7 million people in India are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, and related disorders, and the figure is likely to double by 2030, according to health experts on Tuesday. People over the age of 60 are becoming victim of Alzheimer’s, with women constituting 70 per cent of the total burden of the disorder. “Memory loss that accompanies aging doesn’t necessarily occur because you’re getting older, but because you’re not exercising your brain enough during your senior years. That’s why staying active by…

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Austerity,Has,Turn,Young,Men,In,Britain,to,’Spornosexuals’

Austerity,Has,Turn,Young,Men,In,Britain,to,’Spornosexuals’

Austerity measures undertaken by governments as a result of economic crisis have driven young men to become spornosexual and to seek value instead through their bodies, says a study. Spornosexuality which is a fusion of “sports star” and “porn star” was coined in July 2014 and pointed out the rise of men attending the gym primarily for reasons of appearance, rather than for health or fitness. The findings showed that young men are increasingly striving for a gym-fit, photo-perfect bodies to create a social media brand. “Austerity has eroded young…

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Austerity Has Turn Young Men In Britain to ‘Spornosexuals’

Austerity Has Turn Young Men In Britain to ‘Spornosexuals’

Austerity measures undertaken by governments as a result of economic crisis have driven young men to become spornosexual and to seek value instead through their bodies, says a study. Spornosexuality which is a fusion of “sports star” and “porn star” was coined in July 2014 and pointed out the rise of men attending the gym primarily for reasons of appearance, rather than for health or fitness. The findings showed that young men are increasingly striving for a gym-fit, photo-perfect bodies to create a social media brand. “Austerity has eroded young…

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Can’t do Vegetarian? Try Flexitarian, Which Also has Health Benefits

Can’t do Vegetarian? Try Flexitarian, Which Also has Health Benefits

PhotoCredit:istock From black bean burgers on restaurant menus to eight varieties of hummus at the supermarket, the meatless movement shows no signs of slowing down. The first real blip of vegetarianism in the United States started in 1971 when Frances Moore Lappé published “Diet for a Small Planet,” and explained that meat-based diets can be harmful for our planet and our health. Lappé wrote about ways to reduce food waste and enhance sustainability, but her ideas weren’t widely acted upon; she was ahead of her time. Fast-forward 45 years, and…

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Parkinson’s ailment has Shot Up in US Over 30 Years: examine

Parkinson’s ailment has Shot Up in US Over 30 Years: examine

The prevalence of different forms of Parkinsonism, inclusive of the most not unusual type, Parkinson’s ailment, has expanded appreciably within the US in 30 years from 1976 to 2005, a new have a look at by way of Mayo health facility in Minnesota found out.Parkinsonism is the umbrella term that consists of Parkinson’s ailment however additionally may include other disorders. The analysis of parkinsonism calls for the presence of slowness of motion and at the least a further symptom — a tremor while at rest, muscle stress or an inclination…

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