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Google Finds Security Flaw in Fortnite Android Installer; Epic Games Fixes Issue

Google discovered a security flaw in the Fortnite for Android installer that Epic Games released as its way to bypass the Google Play store. Earlier this month, Epic Games and Google had confirmed that the popular game will be skipping the Google Play and instead will be available via a client known as the Fortnite Installer. However, the installer was …

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Health

Low on muscle strength? You may die earlier than your stronger friends!

Hitting the gym and building muscles have a lot of benefits, like good posture, decreased risk of injuries, stronger bones, ligaments and ease of movements. And these are just to name a few. And weaker muscles have their own set of side effects. And if a new research is to …

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Health

Children, Teens Should Not Be On A Paleo Or Gluten-Free Diet

The low-carb paleo diet has been one of the most searched diets online in recent years. Many of the leading paleo programs actively market to teens, and a few years back, a celebrity chef in Australia even co-wrote a paleo cookbook for babies and kids. Public health officials there warned …

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Health

All You Need To Know About Sleep Medication: It’s Use And Abuse

Insomnia or sleep disturbance is the most common of all sleep disorders. Insomnia is the difficulty in falling asleep or staying asleep, even when a person can sleep in. According to a report by the National Institutes of Health, it is estimated that around 30 per cent of the total general …

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Food

Sabudana gaining popularity as superfood: 3 Easy recipes to give your day a healthy start

While Sabudana is a popular dish during the religious fasting days of the year, the healthy ingredient is gaining widespread popularity as a Superfood because of its multiple health benefits. Also known as Tapioca pearls or saggubiyam or sago, it is a good source of protein, which helps with muscle …

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Health

Moderate salt intake not as bad as earlier thought, says study

People with moderate or average salt intake need not reduce their sodium intake for prevention of heart disease and stroke, suggests a new study involving 94,000 people from different parts of the world, including India. For a vast majority of individuals, sodium consumption does not increase heart risks, except for …

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Health

Is coconut oil poison? Not quite, but more damaging than butter

Coconut oil is “pure poison”, warned Harvard professor Karin Michels in her talk on nutritional errors at the University of Freiburg in Germany, and sparked off a heated debate on whether coconut oil should be eaten at all. Coconut oil is packed with artery-clogging saturated fat, which raises the risk …

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Health

Parents can reduce child obesity risk, here’s the trick to doing so

Parents who positively engage with their kids during play time and gently guide them to clean up afterward, may help children with low-self regulation have lower body mass indexes later on as preschoolers, a new study has revealed. The study found that toddlers, who had poor self-regulation skills and the …

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Health

Excessive ‘good’ cholesterol can be life threatening, says study

Contrary to claims that good cholesterol is beneficial to the heart, a new study has showed that very high levels may be associated with an increased risk of heart attack and death. However, the risk increased in people with low levels (less than 41 mg/dl) as well as very high …

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Health

Emotional stress key factor for heart attacks in women, says study

SCAD occurs when the lining of an artery supplying blood to the heart tears away from the artery’s outer layer. Blood leaks into the space between layers and forms a clot, which narrows the artery and restricts blood flow. Symptoms are similar to a heart attack and include chest pain, rapid heartbeat, pain …

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