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This is how indoor temperature can affect your blood pressure

According to a recent study, one can manage hypertension by turning up the thermostat. Comparing blood pressure readings of people in their own homes with temperature readings, the researchers at University College London found that lower indoor temperatures were linked to higher blood pressure. “Our research has helped to explain …

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High bad cholesterol increases risk of death even for healthy people

People who are young and healthy may still be vulnerable to the risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease if they have higher levels of bad cholesterol, according to a new research. Bad cholesterol, or LDL, contributes to clogged arteries which increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. The findings showed that compared …

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Sports

Daniel Vettori sacked as coach of IPL side Royal Challengers Bangalore: report

After a mediocre Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018, Royal Challengers Bangalore have made few changes to their management group. As per a report in Bangalore Mirror, head coach Daniel Vettori, batting and fielding coach Trent Woodhill (Australia) and bowling coach Andrew McDonald (Australia) have been asked to leave. However Ashish …

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Gaming

Xbox Game Pass Android App Launched on Google Play

Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s attempt at a Netflix-styled gaming subscription service featuring a mix of Xbox One exclusives and multi-platform titles. The company has released an Xbox Game Pass Android app which is now available for download via Google Play. This app will not let you play Xbox One games on your …

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Health

4 benefits of egg whites and why you need to start having this superfood

Egg whites (eggs without yolks) are a popular option amongst youngsters who are looking to gain muscle and are working out regularly. Known as a superfood, they are known to have various health benefits. The yolks are avoided, since they contain fat and their caloric content and also lead to a rise in …

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People suffering from Type 1 diabetes, there’s a reason you feel depressed often

Inflammatory protein is associated with depression in diabetes, according to a study. The research, conducted by at Lund University in Sweden, suggests that galectin-3 levels may be useful for diagnosis of depression or may be a new target for treating depression associated with type-1 diabetes, which could lead to better …

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A recent health check-up camp in Mumbai revealed senior citizens don’t fare well in their health report cards

According to the National Council on Aging, about 92 percent of seniors have at least one chronic disease and 77 percent have at least two. Heart disease, stroke, cancer, and diabetes are among the most common and costly chronic health conditions causing two-thirds of deaths each year. But the most …

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Food

ALL OUR FISHY RECIPES FROM THE SUMMER OCEANS ISSUE

When our oceans and islands issue hit stands, we couldn’t wait to share all the seafood wisdom we had accumulated putting it together. It started with some advice from chef Eric Ripert, and covered everything from what tinned fish to stock up on to the dying art of shrimp baiting. And, of course, lots and lots …

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Health

Tobacco smoke exposure can impact adolescents’ health, make them ill

Exposure to tobacco smoke can drastically impact teenagers’ health. A University of Cincinnati study found that teens exposed to tobacco smoke were at higher risk of having respiratory symptoms, such as shortness of breath and a dry cough at night. It also found that smoke-exposed teens were more likely to seek treatment …

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Gaming

PUBG Limited Edition Xbox Wireless Controller Announced

In addition to a PUBG Xbox One version 1.0 release dateand PUBG Xbox One being available on disc, a PUBG Limited Edition Xbox Wireless Controller is in the works, PUBG Corp announced. Pre-orders for the peripheral are open internationally right now and it has a price of $70 (around Rs. 4,900). It features …

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