Heart failure: How much salt should you have? Smart food swaps for a healthy heart

Heart failure: How much salt should you have? Smart food swaps for a healthy heart
Health

Various studies have documented the adverse effect of excessive salt consumption in the well-being of your heart, and heart failure patients are no exception.

Brain scans may identify people at risk of attempting suicide: Study

Brain scans may identify people at risk of attempting suicide: Study
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The risk of suicide among individuals with PTSD is much higher than the general population, but identifying those individuals at greatest risk has been difficult.

How to keep your baby cool in summer: 5 parenting tips for first-time parents

How to keep your baby cool in summer: 5 parenting tips for first-time parents
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To help you get started and boost the confidence you need to embrace your new role, we’ve listed here a few parenting tips that can keep your newborn healthy, cool and comfortable during summer.

Study suggests avocados suppress hunger, but can we trust the research?

Study suggests avocados suppress hunger, but can we trust the research?
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Can replacing carbohydrate with avocado keep us fuller for longer? A new study suggests so, but industry funded the research.

Garuda Indonesia named world's most punctual airline

Garuda Indonesia named world's most punctual airline
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UK-based air travel intelligence company OAG named Garuda Indonesia the most punctual airline.

China's ancient city that's luring expats

China's ancient city that's luring expats
Asia

Nanjing offers a different pace than bustling Beijing or futuristic Shanghai, but one that newcomers are happy to embrace for the peaceful trade-offs.

Pilot in Myanmar lands plane without front wheels

Pilot in Myanmar lands plane without front wheels
Asia

A Myanmar pilot safely landed a jet without front wheels after the landing gear failed to deploy.

Pep Guardiola beats Jurgen Klopp to manager of the year award

Pep Guardiola beats Jurgen Klopp to manager of the year award
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Pep Guardiola's City retained the Premier League title on Sunday, beating Klopp's Liverpool by a single point at the end of a thrilling title race.

Real Madrid offer Gareth Bale a sensational return to Tottenham after Zinedine Zidane leaves him out of squad

Real Madrid offer Gareth Bale a sensational return to Tottenham after Zinedine Zidane leaves him out of squad
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Real Madrid are ready to offload Welsh superstar Gareth Bale in the summer transfer window. He has been offered to Tottenham on a loan deal of £10million.

Matteo Politano, Ivan Perisic put Inter Milan on brink of Champions League

Matteo Politano, Ivan Perisic put Inter Milan on brink of Champions League
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Bologna moved ahead of Fiorentina into 13th position with a 4-1 win over Parma which leaves the promoted side just three points clear of a return to Serie B next season.

How many calories do you burn when you chew gum? Tips to lose weight and get a flat tummy by chewing gum

How many calories do you burn when you chew gum? Tips to lose weight and get a flat tummy by chewing gum
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Research suggests that chewing gum not only freshens breath, it can also help you curb your cravings and make you eat less, aiding in weight loss.

Fibre deficiency symptoms: Three warning signs to look out for when you go to the toilet

Fibre deficiency symptoms: Three warning signs to look out for when you go to the toilet
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FIBRE is an important part of a person’s diet in order to stay healthy, but figures show most adults aren’t getting enough, and this can result in a fibre deficiency. When this happens three symptoms may occur.

Meditation may not always be pleasant experience for everyone, says study: Here's all you need to know

Meditation may not always be pleasant experience for everyone, says study: Here's all you need to know
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More people, 29.2 per cent, who practised only deconstructive types of meditation reported a particularly unpleasant experience, compared to 20.3 per cent who only engaged in other meditation types.

Huntington's disease attacks and destroys brain cells in human: Here's why

Huntington's disease attacks and destroys brain cells in human: Here's why
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According to the study, a toxic protein linked to Huntington's disease can move from neuron to neuron through a nanotube tunnel whose construction is initiated by a protein called Rhes.

How Pokémon characters can help us understand the brain

How Pokémon characters can help us understand the brain
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Researchers from Stanford University in California have found that extensive exposure to video games, such as Pokémon, during childhood activates certain regions of the brain.

5 essential oils to add to your bath everyday this summer to get the best health benefits

5 essential oils to add to your bath everyday this summer to get the best health benefits
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Essential oils not only nourish the skin, hair and the body externally, they also provide internal health benefits like washing out toxins, reduce stress, relax the body and increasing circulation.

MIT Has Built AI That Can Predict Breast Cancer 5 Years In Advance, Save Women's Lives

MIT Has Built AI That Can Predict Breast Cancer 5 Years In Advance, Save Women's Lives
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Cancer is one of the most lethal diseases known to man, killing an estimated 9.6 million people last year according to the WHO.

Here Are 8 Natural & Super Easy Ways To Make Your Hair Grow Faster & Longer

Here Are 8 Natural & Super Easy Ways To Make Your Hair Grow Faster & Longer
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Your hair can make or break your personal style. Unkempt, unhealthy hair doesn’t usually give a very good impression. On the other hand, well-kept hair which is free of tangles, flowing and healthy can project you as a smart person.

Going Through A Dandruff Problem? Turns Out, Hair Oil Isn't The Solution To It

Going Through A Dandruff Problem? Turns Out, Hair Oil Isn't The Solution To It
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Dandruff is an issue that has afflicted enough of us. It is something that primarily affects the scalp and causes flaking. In some rare cases, it even causes itching.