Colon Cancer and Obesity: Is Your Son Overweight? It May Lead to Colon Cancer

Colon Cancer and Obesity: Is Your Son Overweight? It May Lead to Colon Cancer

Though the exact causes of cancer is still not clear, most cases start with the development and the spread of aggressive cancer cells in a certain part of the body that begin to destroy the healthy, disease fighting cells. Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the world and occurs with a change in the DNA of the colon. Some of the most recent researches have linked regular consumption of tree nuts with less chances of colon cancer recurrence. Effects of a Mediterranean diet and regular exercising in…

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OnePlus 5 Camera to Be Developed in Partnership With DxO

OnePlus 5 Camera to Be Developed in Partnership With DxO

While the leaks regarding the dual-camera setup on OnePlus 5 have become increasingly common, despite being contradictory on occasions, we now have some official information about the camera on the upcoming smartphone. OnePlus has now officially confirmed that the company has partnered with DxO to provide an improved camera performance on its upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone. In a post on OnePlus official forum, a company staff member who goes by the username “diegohnz” announced that the company has partnered with DxO to “enhance your photography experience with our upcoming flagship,…

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India Ranks Low on the Healthcare Index and Fails to Achieve Goals

India Ranks Low on the Healthcare Index and Fails to Achieve Goals

According to the latest Global Burden of Disease study published in the renowned journal Lancet, India has shown poor performance in terms of quality, availability and access to healthcare facilities. It currently ranks at 154 out of 195 countries on the healthcare index that is way below countries like China, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The study indicates that despite a boost in socio-economic development, India has failed to achieve its healthcare goals and the gap between the predicted and the actual score has only been widening over the last 25 years….

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Google I/O 2017: Daydream 2.0 to Bring Chrome VR, Shared Rooms in YouTube VR, and More

Google I/O 2017: Daydream 2.0 to Bring Chrome VR, Shared Rooms in YouTube VR, and More

Google at its ongoing developers conference unloaded tons of new information regarding its augmented reality and virtual reality efforts. During the keynote address, Google confirmed Daydream VR support for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, apart from detailing an upcoming standalone VR headset. Day two saw Google getting into some more detail regarding Daydream’s next major update which will include features like Web browser and and screen capture features, to name a few. The Internet search giant spoke about some of the new developments coming to Daydream 2.0, codenamed Euphrates,…

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How to Get Small Waist Through Yoga: 5 Effective Poses that Will Help

How to Get Small Waist Through Yoga: 5 Effective Poses that Will Help

Are you trying to fit into your favourite pair of jeans and failing ridiculously because of the few extra inches that you have gained around the waist? Can you see the fat bulging out of your body? Annoying, isn’t it? We all hate our waists turning into big portions of flab. No matter how much you cut down on your food intake, you may not get a smaller waist until you put an extra effort. Yoga has long been associated with slow yet effective weight loss. Yoga combined with a…

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Budget Cooling: Affordable ways to stay chill this summer

Budget Cooling: Affordable ways to stay chill this summer

The sun can be fun as long as the temperature is bearable. With the rising temperature this summer, it is not easy to survive the heat. These simple, DIY ideas will help to keep you cool. Air Cooler: Start by cutting off the lower part of two plastic bottles (500ml pet bottles are ideal), making it look like a flap. Then, make a few holes (about 5-6 in number and 1cm in diameter). Fix the bottles upside down to a table fan using a steel flexible wire. Fill the bottles…

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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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Nicola Sturgeon ‘determined’ to improve education

Nicola Sturgeon ‘determined’ to improve education

Nicola Sturgeon has said that falling literacy standards in Scottish schools made her “utterly determined” to press on with education reforms. The latest Scottish survey of literacy and numeracy showed reading and writing skills have declined. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson asked whether the first minister was “embarrassed, ashamed or both” by the statistics. Ms Sturgeon said she would “carry on with the changes we’re making”. The literacy statistics, which were published by the Scottish government on Tuesday, showed that fewer than half of Scotland’s 13 and 14-year-olds are able…

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8 Signs of Zinc Deficiency and How to Cure It

8 Signs of Zinc Deficiency and How to Cure It

Zinc benefits the body in many ways and is required in small amounts to maintain your health and perform certain functions every day. For instance, it helps the production of hormones, it supports growth and repair of muscles and tissues, maintains your immunity and facilitates digestion. This essential nutrient also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and therefore, it offers remarkable therapeutic benefits for common chronic ailments like heart disease. Zinc deficiency is ranked as the fifth leading risk factor in causing disease worldwide. Zinc is present in every cell, organ, bone,…

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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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