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Vaccination during pregnancy reduces the risk of several diseases

It is a common belief that vaccination is only for children and not much importance is given to adult vaccination. As far as women are concerned, adult vaccination can help reduce the risk of serious health conditions and even cervical cancer. During pregnancy, vaccination is of utmost importance as it protects the mother as well as the baby from several ...

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Why your old video games may be worth millions

When Roberto Dillon began collecting retro video games more than 12 years ago, he scoured auction sites and connected with niche groups of hobbyists to amass a personal archive that is now hundreds of titles strong. But at the time, there was a consensus among collectors that buying old games was “a sort of fad,” said the academic and game ...

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Power in seeds: Urban gardening gains momentum in pandemic

On an assemblage of vacant lots and other pockets of unused land in the Bronx, gardeners from low-income neighborhoods have banded together to create over a dozen “farm hubs,” coordinating their community gardens and their harvest. Several years ago, some discovered that, together, their small gardens could grow enough peppers to mass-produce hot sauce — Bronx Hot Sauce, to be ...

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Aarmoire brings valuable change in all kind of attire

Dhaka-based fashion brand Aarmoire is bringing out the best in fashionable attire and shoes with new collections every season. Not only do thy produce their own designs to contribute to the local fashion community. Aarmoire started off their journey as a small facebook based online store in 2017, selling salwar kameez ,kurtas and kids clothing . Due to huge customer ...

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Metabolism peaks at age one and tanks after 60, study finds

Middle-aged spread cannot be blamed on a waning metabolism, according to an unprecedented analysis of the body’s energy use. The study, of 6,400 people, from eight days old up to age 95, in 29 countries, suggests the metabolism remains “rock solid” throughout mid-life. It peaks at the age of one, is stable from 20 to 60 and then inexorably declines. ...

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Ensure trans-fat free food to reduce risk of heart diseases: Experts

Experts has advised the authority to ensure excessive trans fat free foods in a bid to reduce heart disease of the country’s people including youths. They said excessive level of trans fat in food is one of its major causes. Trans fat-induced heart disease risks will be on the rise unless the trans fat limiting regulation is finalized soon. The ...

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5 rules of eating out during COVID-19 pandemic

While the threat of getting infected by COVID-19 still prevails, the world is slowly going back to the pre pandemic lifestyle. Most restaurants now allow visitors to dine in and enjoy their favourite meal. While eating at home still remains to be the best and the safest option, but if you are really craving a meal at your favourite restaurant, ...

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Stress is normal, until it’s not. How to tell the difference

Stress is an everyday occurrence for most people, but too much of it could be signs of a deeper issue. Stress is “a normal human response to anything physical or emotional that places a strain on the person,” said Dr. Gail Saltz, clinical associate professor of psychiatry at The New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. Acute stress, which ...

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Hijab and abaya set fashion trend ablaze

Abaya and Hijab have already garnered a huge popularity amongst the female of this age. Young girls, teenager, working women and other female ooked hugely interested to wear abaya and hijab as they are comfortable with it. It’s now a new style and is considered as new fashion trend. Female of Bangladesh also accepted it as their favoured fashion trend. ...

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