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You Can Actually Tell A Lot About A Person Based On Eye Color

 Eyes: We use them to see the beauty in everything. Shakespeare even said they are the windows to our souls.  They are the first things we look at on another person. They can tell us when someone is lying or telling the truth, and they can even tell us when someone is in love.  And apparently, our peepers can tell ...

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What not to do on weekends

Are you making any of these health-destroying, wellness-damaging mistakes on your days off?Did you know that how you spend the 48-hour weekend could make or break the rest of your week? Pursue it right and you will recover from the week gone by, and be fresh and bouncy for the week ahead. Make the following mistakes and you’ll probably have ...

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Natural RoseHip extract may help fight against breast cancer: New Study

A new study has revealed that natural RoseHip, the fruit of the rose plant, extracts shows promising results for preventing breast cancer. The extract significantly reduced the growth and migration of cells from a type of breast cancer known as triple negative. This particularly aggressive form of cancer does not respond to most available treatments and tends to affect young ...

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‘Smiley face’ labels on healthy foods could charm students to eat better

Put a smiley face tag on healthy foods and the students might just start eating better, says a new study. The new research claims that labeling healthy foods with smiley faces and offering small prizes for buying nutritious items may be a low-cost way to get students to make healthy choices in the school lunch line. Making poor food choices ...

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Study reveals link between cancer, diabetes, heart disease

A new study has revealed the shared risk factors that lead to diabetes, heart disease and cancer and concluded obesity is the biggest one.  The World Cancer Research Foundation has concluded that obesity is a major cancer risk factor, likely causing about 20% of cancers of the breast, esophagus, colon, kidney, endometrium, pancreas, and gall bladder in the United States. ...

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On-time investigation of persistent swollen neck glands may help avoid cancer

A new study has revealed that on-time investigation of patients with persistent swollen neck glands may help avoid higher risks of cancer. New research led by the University of Exeter Medical School along with Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Bangor has found that persistent enlarged lymph glands, found in the neck, could indicate lymphoma, a type of cancer. The research ...

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Aditya pampers Rani

The gorgeous Rani Mukerji is being treated like a queen by hubby Aditya Chopra. Whether it’s customised vacations in Venice and New York or indulging her shopping needs or even buying her expensive jewellery, the Yash Raj scion is going all out to keep his new bride happy. An insider reveals that Rani is also planning to start a family ...

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Bibi Russell invited to Rajasthan

Bibi Russell, one of the most prominent fashion designers of Bangladesh, has been invited by the Rajasthan Khadi and Gram Udyog Board as a State Guest of the government of Rajasthan to support its artisans and craft people.Bibi Russell’s visit is part of a project of the government of Rajasthan to create a modern and internationally appealing interpretation of heritage ...

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Bipasha Basu plans on learning pole dance

Actress Bipasha Basu, a fitness freak, thinks pole dance is a good form of workout and now she wants to learn it. Sharing a video in which her animated version is seen doing pole dance, the 36-year-old is now keen to learn it.  “Pole Dancing is a Fab Workout:) thank u @rockystar_rs for this video! Now I need to learn ...

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Madhuri Dixit launches contemporary dance festival ‘Jugnee’ in Mumbai

In a bid to celebrate International Dance Day, Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit and Indian dancer and choreographer, Terence Lewis, launched contemporary dance festival in showbiz capital, Mumbai.  The five-day dance festival, ‘Jugnee’, first ever contemporary festival in Mumbai, would provide a platform for budding artists to show their talent.  Talking about the festival, Lewis said ‘Jugnee’ is not site-specific and ...

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