Xiaomi Mi7 flagship smartphone to feature 3D facial recognition, face unlock

Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi is likely to launch its Mi7 flagship smartphone with 3D sensing technology in Q3 2018. Apple has enjoyed a monopoly in 3D face sensing technology until now and it may continue to do so until the next range of flagship phones with 3D facial sensing tech comes from different companies. But Xiaomi may have stolen a march over its competitors in this area. Xiaomi can move ahead of its competitors – Samsung, Huawei etc – in 3D facial recognition faster because it incorporates Qualcomm’s designs and…

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85% Diabetics Face Amputations Due to the Lack of Proper Treatment

It is a commonly known fact that India is the diabetes capital of the world. With every passing year, more and more people are falling prey to this dangerous, life-threatening disease. Besides causing fluctuation in sugar levels, diabetes can also sprout various other health problems. One such issue is wounds. Currently 15 per cent of of India’s diabetic population suffers from ulcers in their lifetime, as reported in the national conference on diabetics, attended by over 50 eminent surgeons. The data also revealed that 85 per cent of diabetics see…

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Obese Couples May Face Difficulty in Achieving Pregnancy, Can Take 50% Longer Than Others

“Our results indicate that fertility specialists may want to consider couples’ body compositions when counseling patients,” Rajeshwari Sundaram of Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development was quoted by IANS. Overall, close to 40% of the men and 30% percent of the women were obese. The participating couples also had a sedentary lifestyle with most engaging in physical activity less than once a week. Few other factors that were taken into account during the course of the investigation included smoking habits, cholesterol and blood pressure status…

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Girls Who Face Early Menstruation At The Risk of Premature Menopause: Study

A new study published in the Journal Human Production indicates the risk that women who get their period early and those who’ve never had a child face. The study shows that women who have their periods before the age of 12 and those who have not borne a child till the age of 35, face the risk of early menopause. The age at which a girl gets her first period and the age at which women hit menopause are important key factors that determine the overall reproductive health. Moreover, the risk…

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Men’s Skin: 5 Face Care Tips to Prevent Acne and Blemishes

When we talk about skin and beauty, unknowingly or so, we always refer to women, side-lining the men. In the polluted urban cities that we live in, skin care is imperative to both men and women. In fact, men have thicker skin as compared to women, with larger pores that become a magnet for all kinds of dirt and debris if proper care is not taken. At the same time, men’s facial skin experiences the trauma of shaving every day, and this makes their skin more vulnerable to irritation. The…

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Under-50 Smokers Face 8-Fold Higher Heart Attack Risk: Study

Smokers under 50 are eight times more likely than non-smokers of the same age to have a major heart attack, scientists said Wednesday. The gap in risk between those who do and don’t consume tobacco diminishes with age, dropping to a five-fold difference among 50-to-65 year-olds, and a three-fold gap among over-65s, the team said. The findings are surprising because younger men and women typically do not have as many of the health problems — diabetes, high blood pressure or cholesterol — associated with an increased chance of heart failure.…

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After Years of Delay, Climate Talks Face a New Problem: Speed

Efforts to build a new global deal to tackle climate change were for many years criticised for moving at a glacial pace. But this week climate negotiators meeting in Morocco find themselves facing an entirely new problem: a deal that, astonishingly, has come into effect more than three years ahead of schedule. The Paris Agreement on climate change, designed to start in 2020, entered into force on Friday, a month after reaching key ratification thresholds. On Sunday, the United Nations said 100 parties – 99 countries and the European Union…

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Women Face Same Drink-Related Health Issues Like Men

Women face same health related problems from alcohol consumption as men, finds a new study. According to the study, women are catching up with men in terms of their alcohol consumption and its impact on their health. The trend, known as ‘sex convergence’, is most evident among young adults, the findings show. Historically, men have been far more likely than women to drink alcohol and to drink it in quantities that damage their health, with some figures suggesting up to a 12-fold difference between the sexes. In a bid to…

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Facial Yoga? sure, those 7 Ridiculously easy physical games Will narrow Your Face and Wipe Out Wrinkles

Yoga, the age old discipline has been the buzzword for a healthier way of life for pretty some time now. however do you understand what else has been spreading via the digital global like a lovable cat video? Facial Yoga. Ms. Seema Sondhi, founder of The Yoga Studio, says, “There are about fifty two muscle tissue to your face, and exercising them enables launch facial anxiety, neck and eye stress”. “The muscle tissues of the face are not any different from the muscular tissues of the rest of the body.…

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China, India Face huge intellectual health Burden: study

China and India are home to greater than a third of people with intellectual illness, however best a tiny fraction of them receive scientific help, in line with research launched today posted in clinical magazine The Lancet and The Lancet Psychiatry to mark the release of the China-India mental health Alliance. There are greater people inside the global’s most populous nations coping with intellectual, neurological and substance use issues than in all high-income nations blended, the research located. That burden will become tons heavier in coming decades, particularly in India,…

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