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How to care skin in cold weather

Winter is the most difficult season on the skin and it actually wreaks the most havoc. You need to provide extra skincare from the ill effects of cold weather, reports The Statesman. Take a look at what you can do to keep your skin healthy and vibrant:Limit shower time: Limit your shower time to five minutes to retain moisture in ...

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How sitting for long hours can affect your health

Does your job entail sitting glued to the chair for long hours? Science says that not getting up and moving intermittently can negatively impact your health. So the next time you get a little too comfortable in your seat, remember to alight and stretch for a bit, reports The Indian Express. Here are some ways in which sitting for long ...

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Coffee is great tool for hair care

Coffee seems to be everyone’s go-to beverage on a cold wintry morning, or a dull summer day. Now, coffee has also come to be celebrated as a great tool for hair care. It is said that coffee makes the hair healthy, reports The Indian Express. How beneficial is coffee?While there isn’t a lot of research available to explain it, the ...

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LongHorn Steak & Pizza: The best cuts of beef outside the posh end 

These steaks may look from steakhouses of Gulshan or Banani but they’re actually from a small boutique steakhouse in Malibag, Khilgaon. With their opening date a little around 6 months ago, LongHorn Steak & Pizza is perhaps the only steakhouse in Khilgaon offering premium Bengal meat cuts for their customers. I’ll start with their downs first this time. Their location ...

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Does your diet include vegetables?

  Vegetables are healthy, but don’t have many takers. For many — children and adults alike — consuming vegetables is an arduous task. And they would rather eat unhealthy than incorporate the wholesome goodness of all kinds of vegetables. But, if you do not eat vegetables, things could go wrong with your overall health, reports The Indian Express. Here are ...

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4 easy DIY winter hair care tips

As winter approaches, skin and haircare become the need of the hour. Hair too find it difficult to retain moisture, thereby becoming brittle and prone to damage.Instead of buying multiple cosmetics for this or that purpose, one can try easy-to-do simple DIY’s at home for the perfect winter glow, reports Hindustan Times. Oil your hair A cliche that fails to ...

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Get fitness inspiration from Shilpa Shetty

What if we told you that you could use your own body weight to strengthen your core and attain that dream figure. If you wish to know more, then read on. Box jump training, a type of exercise regime, tends to work all of the leg muscles which help strengthen the core using one’s own body weight. Box jumps also ...

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Bespoke silk robes await Pope Francis on Thailand visit

Photo: In this Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, photo, Sister Sukanya Sukchai adjusts a newly made chasubles at Catholic preparatory school in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand’s capital boasts garment makers ranging from bespoke tailors to sweatshops, but for a truly divine frock, you have to look a little harder. In a Catholic preparatory school, seamstresses from the Congregation of the Sacred Heart ...

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China to host 4th Maritime Silk Road Int’l Arts Festival

The fourth Maritime Silk Road International Arts Festival will be held in Quanzhou, east China’s Fujian Province, from Nov. 22 to 27. The event will feature art performances, a forum on art development and an online arts festival, organizers said in a press conference in Beijing. Jointly organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the government of Fujian ...

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Social life essential for adults’ well-being

Healthy social relationships and connections have found to be beneficial and a booster for adults, irrespective of the number of friends and how large their circle is. The findings were published in the journal Psychology and Aging.“Stereotypes of aging tend to paint older adults in many cultures as sad and lonely. But the research shows that older adults’ smaller networks ...

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