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Why women, but not men, are judged for a messy house

Even in 2019, messy men are given a pass and messy women are not forgiven. Three recently published studies confirm what many women instinctively know: Housework is still considered women’s work — especially for women who are living with men. Women do more of such work when they live with men than when they live alone, one of the studies ...

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Fine dining with burgers

From a chicken fry sandwiched between buns to gourmet signature burgers served with hand cut chips, we have surely come a long way when it comes to burgers. A few years back, the trend of messy burger took the Bangladeshi public by storm. However, the trend is shifting towards non-messy, quality burgers. Burger People by Sugarpuffs is one such joint ...

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Leading summer makeup trends for 2019

Watermelons and mangoes have arrived with this summer and so is the new makeup trend. But some of the things never go out of summer trends such as applying sunscreen before an outing and drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated. Amidst all of this, there are some important hacks that should be kept in mind. One should avoid using ...

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KFC is launching a vegan chicken burger

KFC is jumping on the meat-free bandwagon, launching a vegan version of its signature crispy chicken burger in the United Kingdom. The fast food chain is calling its first plant-based offering “The Imposter.” The burger, which uses a Quorn fillet and vegan mayo, will be sold at select restaurants for four weeks starting June 17. Quorn is a meat substitute ...

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Afternoon naps can boost kid’s happiness, IQ: Study

An afternoon nap can boost happiness as well as improve behaviour and academic performance of children, a study has found. Researchers from and the University of California (UC) Irvine in the US conducted a study of nearly 3,000 fourth, fifth, and sixth graders aged 10-12.The study, published in the journal SLEEP, showed a connection between midday napping and greater happiness, ...

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‘People think their perfect partner will fall from the sky’

Movies and daily soaps have always been a part of our lives. From action to fiction, we have always been influenced by reel life characters. And unarguably, many take cues from romantic films and soaps. Psychosocial analyst, Dr Aman Bhonsle, says, “We have a stake in the fantasy world of films and soaps, where we participate in happy ceremonies, perfect ...

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Look gorgeous with smoky eye makeup at any age

Makeup, if skillfully applied, can be a great way to feel and look more beautiful and younger. It is an art to give a softening and glowing effect on the face. Talented artists can skillfully make you look better through makeup – without it looking contrived or comical. If you don’t want to wear a lot, just play up with ...

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Weak body strength associated with anxiety

Weak upper and lower body fitness can cause serious depression and anxiety in midlife women, a recent study suggests. Although several studies have previously linked depression in midlife women with self-reported low physical activity, this new study evaluates objective measures of physical performance in relation to depression and anxiety in premenopausal, perimenopausal, and postmenopausal women. This latest study of more than 1,100 women aged ...

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Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health, study finds

High consumption of coffee no worse for arteries than drinking less than a cup a day Coffee lovers who drink up to 25 cups a day can rest assured the drink is not bad for their heart, scientists say, reports The Guardian. Some previous studies have suggested that coffee stiffens arteries, putting pressure on the heart and increasing the likelihood of a ...

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How to reduce tan using floral face masks

The scorching sun and soaring temperature are absolute evils to skin care. Harsh sun rays penetrate to the layers of the skin thus causing pigmentation and red patches. Is your skin overexposed to the sun? It can cause uneven, pale complexion and rapidly affect areas like nose, forehead, hands and even overlooked areas like lips and ears. Apart from synthetic ...

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