Move over cold medicines, exercise is the best cure for a runny nose

Move over cold medicines, exercise is the best cure for a runny nose

If you wish to fight the cold, you better start running. According to a study, conducted by the University of Guelph and the University of Copenhagen, exercise could help people exposed to extreme temperatures protect themselves from the cold. Shivering is one of the first defences against cold and it boosts the body’s heat production. Shivering can only warm you up for so long and after a few hours your muscles will run out of fuel and will grow too tired to contract. Exercise helps build-up muscle in the limbs…

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Heard of the 7 Days Challenge? Not ‘Eat, pray, love’ but ‘Eat, move, live’

Heard of the 7 Days Challenge? Not ‘Eat, pray, love’ but ‘Eat, move, live’

Want to eat healthier? Or move around town in a more sustainable manner? Or just lead your daily life in a smarter way? You need to try the 7 Days Challenge. The Swedish Embassy here, in association with the TERI School of Advanced Studies, has organised the Challenge targeting youth from classes 9 to 12 in schools and graduate and post-graduate students in colleges across the national capital from January 17 to 23. The Challenge is basically a call to action for the participants to practise sustainable lifestyles and consists…

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Sahara to move court against IRDAI’s decision on life insurance business

Sahara to move court against IRDAI’s decision on life insurance business

Chennai: The Sahara group on Sunday said it would approach the court against insurance regulator’s order of transferring life insurance policies of Sahara India Life Insurance Company Ltd to ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. In a statement, the group said: “Sahara will pursue its remedy, against such approach of IRDAI, in the court of law.” “IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India) appointed administrator for the reason best known to them and the said administrator secretly submitted a report to the IRDAI for transferring the business of Sahara Life…

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Smoking of Hookahs to be Monitored as Part of Anti-Tobacco Move: WHO FCTC

Smoking of Hookahs to be Monitored as Part of Anti-Tobacco Move: WHO FCTC

Aiming to curb consumption of tobacco among the youth at an early stage, the World Health Organisation Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) has urged its 180 member nations to monitor waterpipe (Indian hookah) tobacco use through a national surveillance system to cover all age groups. Strengthening the policies against tobacco consumption, the FCTC is also discussing banning the use of flavourings in waterpipe tobacco products. The FCTC — the world’s highest convention against anti-tobacco policies — is brainstorming and focusing on inclusion of awareness against waterpipe use in…

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Move your body

Move your body

Cardio hip-hop workout The Fitness Marshall, a dance workout group run by dance enthusiasts and video bloggers with a tagline ‘Sweat Yourself Sexy’ is the latest online fitness fad. The best bit about their workouts is they keep it short and set it to recent hit numbers. Their workout on Justin Timberlake’s Can’t stop the feeling is among the most watched workout videos. Afrifitness Rachel Okesola of AfriFitness is burning the online space with her dance workouts to Afro beats. An aerobics style workout, this is ideal for legs and…

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JPMorgan could move thousands of staff out of UK: Report

JPMorgan could move thousands of staff out of UK: Report

JPMorgan Chase & Co could be forced to move thousands of staff out of Britain if the country loses its automatic right to sell financial services to the European Union after last month’s Brexit vote, bank CEO Jamie Dimon told an Italian newspaper. Currently, banks based in the UK can sell services freely across the EU under a “passporting” system, considered the most significant feature of the EU single market for financial firms. But that is now in doubt after Britons voted to leave the bloc. “The key issue is…

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Former Motorola chief Rick Osterloh to move Google’s New Unified hardware group: record

Former Motorola chief Rick Osterloh to move Google’s New Unified hardware group: record

Rick Osterloh, former President of Motorola Mobility, left Lenovo final month and is now said to have rejoined Motorola’s preceding proprietor – Google. The document says that Osterloh has joined Google as Senior vp and will record to CEO Sundar Pichai. unluckily, there has been no formal declaration concerning the appointment. Re/code reports that Rick Osterloh will head a newly fashioned hardware division at Google, with the purpose to “unify” the employer’s modern disparate product lineup. the brand new Google department will reportedly consist of the Nexus, this means that…

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