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Health & Environment
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Steps taken curbing rising air pollution levels in Delhi

Over the previous month, there have been rehashed calls from tree huggers and activists for radical measures on part of the organization to clean the lethal air in Delhi, considered the world's most contaminated city. Thinks about have demonstrated that vehicular discharges and clean from development locales represent rising air contamination levels and exhaust cloud in the city.  This year, the objection has seen a large number...
 
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Camel Urine Best Medicine for Muslim, not Kafir Medicines! Imam’s Awful Video

  Eibela24 Correspondent   20th Century, Globalization, Advancement in Science and Technology, Development in Medical Sciences may be some common terms we encounter nowadays to delineate about our ‘modern’ world. But amidst all these, when man has long back stepped on moon, a section of people still exist who are dwelling happily in their ways, primitive, devoid of the scientific revolution that has touched our...
 
 
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Abortion and Hinduism

Manik Kumar Rokshit || The act of abortion is increasing day-by-day as men and women are being economically over concerned as well as having unlawful physical relations. Here some questions arise, ‘Is abortion ethical? Does the fetus have no right to life? What Hinduism says? Is abortion okay?’ According to laws, in matters of abortions women have complete right and require no one's permission. The compassionate and...
 
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Know your medicine to verify it is counterfeit or not

Renata has introduced a new method to verify the authenticity of two of their over-the-counter drugs. While buying Rolac, for pain relief, or Maxpro, for acidity, you can text the unique number printed on the back to 2777 and immediately, you would be notified whether the product is original or you are being fooled. This has happened thanks to an association between award-winning start-up Panacea Live Ltd and the country's...
 
 
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Here's some important facts, how your smoking colleague is killing you

The tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced, killing around 6 million people every year, states WHO. While more than 5 million of these deaths are the result of direct tobacco uses, more than 6,00,000 people die every year after prolonged exposure to second-hand smoke or passive smoking. This is not it. Tobacco use (excluding second-hand smoke) led to nearly one million deaths and significant...
 
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9 ‘real things’ that stopping you from losing weight from some common mistakes that you are making

You are doing everything in your might but the rigid weight just refuses to budge. The weighing scale still shows the same number with some occasional treats of a few grams here and there. Why is this happening? Well, it could be because of some common mistakes that you are making. Here's an account of those: Not sleeping enough Resting is an important aspect of your weight loss journey. If your body is not rested, it will...
 
 
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Roanu gains strength in Bay

After hovering around the Indian coast for the last two days, the first cyclone of the season in the Bay is now gaining strength and heading towards Bangladesh. Named Roanu, the cyclone might make landfall on country's southern coast within the next 48 hours, the Met Office said yesterday evening. The government was preparing for a massive evacuation in 18 coastal districts after the Met Office had issued a local warning...
 
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Kashmir ranked second paradise destination in the world

The season of romance is back in Kashmir and that too quite literally. Leading travel magazine Lonely Planet has ranked the state as the best romantic destination in India. Known as the paradise on Earth, Kashmir has been ranked as the world's second most romantic destination, only next to Switzerland. Tourists visiting the Valley say it's this romance in the air that brings them back here. The perceptions of unrest...
 
 
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Hinduism and Climate Change

Many Hindus recite a short Sanskrit prayer before stepping onto the floor after they wake up in the morning:             Samudra vasane Devi,             Parvata stana mandale             Vishnupatni...
 
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Heat stress accelerates chronic kidney disease

Climate change is likely to accelerate rates of chronic kidney disease worldwide as rising temperatures and heat stress harm kidneys. New findings show that heat stress nephropathy -- chronic kidney diseases are on the rise, especially in many rural communities in hot regions. With rise in temperature worldwide, dehydration and heat stress are likely to take a toll on the kidneys, emerging as a major cause of poor kidney health...
 
 
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Seoul food is soul food

In June 2014, I reached Seoul, the national capital of South Korea, which is the world’s second-largest metropolis with over 30 million people. As I was making my way from the airport, I saw the Han River; a great economic boom around this epic river has transformed the city from the ashes of the Korean War from 1950-53 to what is today. This fantastic place was to be my home for 10 days, and I would go deep into every aspect of...
 
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UN finds new climate threat

Searing temperatures will cost emerging economies up to 10 percent in lost daytime working hours, if countries do not cut planet-warming emissions further than they have promised so far, UN agencies and international labour bodies have said. Global temperatures are predicted to rise by at least 2.7 degrees Celsius if emissions-reduction pledges made by nearly 190 nations for the new global climate change deal are met. The Paris...
 
 
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Useful tips and safety guidelines

Life Style: With the temperatures recording significantly above normal in the first three months of 2016 across India, the country is reeling under intense heat wave claiming over hundred of lives. The most affected being the southern state of Telangana, followed by Odisha. And the situation could get worse in the upcoming days. The Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) has also preicted that 2016 would be harsher than 2015, the hottest...
 
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Bangladesh at high risk of HIV/AIDS

Eibela Desk: Although the prevalence of HIV/AIDS is low in the country, Bangladesh is still at high risk of the deadly disease spreading due to its demographic transition and easy access to drugs, say experts. “Bangladesh is a low HIV prevalence country, but we’re not free from the risk of HIV spreading,” director general of the Directorate General of Family Planning Mohammad Wahid Hossain said at a seminar...
 
 
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Key drivers for good health

Eibela Desk: This month marks the introduction of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which aim to dramatically improve lives across the world by 2030. This month marks the introduction of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which aim to dramatically improve lives across the world by 2030. The SDGs will help countries frame their policies and strategies towards achieving these mutually agreed upon goals and targets. SDG 3,...
 
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Chemicals in soap, nail polish may lead to obesity: study

Eibela Desk: Exposure to chemicals found in everyday products like plastics, soap or nail polish may affect the amount of fat stored in the body, a new study has claimed. Phthalates are chemicals that give plastic its bendy stretch. However, research shows that these chemicals could be harming people’s health. “Phthalate exposure can be closely associated with the rise of different types of disease development,”...
 
 
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Breast cancer gene mutation may damage fertility

Health : Women with a specific gene mutation that is known to increase the breast caWomen who carry the faulty versions of genes called BRCA1 and BRCA2 are also at an increased risk of developing breast, ovarian and fallopian tube cancers, the team said, suggesting that women carrying BRCA1 mutation should not delay pregnancy till their late 30s or 40s as fertility may be reduced because of their age. "This means that women in...
 
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Today World Liver Day 2016

Liver is one of the largest and most important organ of a human body. It performs many crucial biological functions that keeps our body healthy and fit. It is a multifunctional organ that can perform 200 body functions simultaneously. Here are some more interesting facts about this vital organ. Detoxifying agent Liver is the detoxifying agent of our body. Being one of the largest organ of human body it not only purifies...
 
 
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10 foods eating to boost fertility

I believe passionately that good nutrition is important for ‘good’ fertility.Of course we know that if everyone had to follow a perfect diet in order to conceive then frankly there would be very few kids in the world. Of course we don’t.The problem is that many of us are leaving it until much later to start trying for a family, by which time our fertility may not be what it was.We will have been exposed to more hormone...
 
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Indian Institute of Science developed Hepatitis C virus

 Eibela Desk : A group of Indian scientists has developed a vaccine meant to treat Hepatitis C, a virus or infection that causes liver disease and inflammation of the liver.According to the report in Times of India, the team from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, has developed a vaccine for HCV genotype 3a.The scientists said the vaccine has shown promising results in preclinical studies and is customised for the...
 
 
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UK Scientists trial cancer Vaccine

Eibela Desk :We know cancer is a dangerious diseases in the world. If anyone attacked by this diseases she or he will not recover from it. Death is the final destination  of this diseases. now a hope is come from UK. The UK scnientists dicovered a vacine that will destory cancer cell.May hope come true. A young British woman has become one of the first cancer patients to be injected with a new vaccine designed to stimulate the immune...
 
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Side Effects of Birth Control

Eibela Desk : Birth control does many things, aside from the obvious prevention of pregnancy. We've compiled a list of some notable complaints attached to the most popular contraceptives, because of knowledge being power and all that jazz. While it can clear up problem skin and regulate a woman's menstrual cycle, the birth control pill can also result in more frequent yeast infections, dry eyes, more severe migraine headaches in...
 
 
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Green food Can Help Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

Eibela Desk : Foods high in sodium and saturated fats, although tasty, can be responsible for heightened blood pressure, according to the World Health Organization. Pizza, fried meals, cakes and bacon are just a few of the many types of foods that contain high levels of saturated fats.  "You eat those things, and the particles of saturated fat get into your blood and make it thicker – more like grease and less like...
 
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New research claims Head-down yoga postures fatal for glaucoma patients

Eibela Desk : For people suffering from glaucoma, certain yoga positions - especially head-down postures - and other exercises like push-ups and lifting heavy weights may be dangerous, a team of US researchers has warned.Glaucoma patients may experience increased eye pressure as the result of performing several different head-down positions while practicing yoga, claimed the researchers from New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai...
 
 
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Hand writing can lead you to Death

Eibela Desk : Many patients died because of bad handwriting of Doctors. The doctors wrote prescriptions in mystic language. There are a lot of other reasons. But research says, due to bad handwriting of doctors every year seven thousand people died in the world. Drug store employees provide the wrong drugs as they do not understand the doctor's bad handwriting.As a result, many patients died because of having other drugs.For this,...
 
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Today is World Disability Day

Eibela news: Today is Thursday, December 3, World Disability Day. To express solidarity with the disabled as well as non-governmental voluntary organizations to comply with the government has undertaken various programs on this day. Disabilities are not marginalized in society so that the demands from various voluntary organizations are - 'Integrating all the capabilities of the people with disabilities. " That is, people...
 
 
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World AIDS Day Today

Eibela news: Today is World AIDS Day. Like every year this year also have been taken different initiatives in our country. The theme of this year's World AIDS Day, “No more death for HIV infection, build the world of no discrimination”, this is our commitment. The reason for the low number of people with AIDS infection rates and the declining international donations in the country. The AIDS awareness and health issues in...
 
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Climate change protests take place around the world on eve of summit

Eibela Desk : From Melbourne to Mexico City, tens of thousands of people worldwide hit the streets this weekend for a global climate march, pressing world leaders to push for a bold international agreement at the upcoming climate summit in Paris. The center for the demonstrations was supposed to be Paris, where nearly 150 world leaders are gathering for a U.N. global summit on climate change that kicks off Monday. But after the...
 
 
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Temperatures reach 'significant milestone'

Global average temperatures will be the warmest on record due to human influence on the climate, a major report has warned. Temperatures will reach the "significant milestone" of being 1C warmer than pre-industrial levels, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) cautioned. And it says that the period 2011-2015 has also broken records, with many extreme weather events, including heatwaves, influenced by global...
 
 

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