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Study reveals 40+ factors for women good health

London, 18 July-2014(Indilens Web Team): University of Arkansas’ Woman Health center has done the legwork for you and here the 40+ best health tips. Give yourself a boost as We’ve done the legwork for you and here the 45 best health tips.” Says Dr. Samantha McKelvey Study reveals 40+ factors …

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Study reveals that Exercises that help you battle pain

London: Got a nagging backache? Simply put on your sports shoes and walk.Recent study has revealed a few advantages of exercise on back pain and relief methods. Walking for back pain: Numerous studies throw light on how walking lessens pain, boosts muscle strength and flexibility, quickens healing and can also prevent any …

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US President announces to invest $11 million to curb HIV

Washington, July 16(IANS): The US government has reviewed the progress of the National HIV-AIDS Strategy in the past four years, and has announced new funding to fight the scourge, media reported Wednesday. US President announces to invest $11 million to curb HIV In a report released by the White House, …

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Balanced Meals and coming up with shopping lists in Summer

London, 10 July-2014(Indilens Web Team): Coming up with shopping lists that include foods from all the food groups can seem like an endless process. To keep meal planning interesting and easy while providing balanced meals the whole family will enjoy, try asking yourself these questions: Balanced Meals and coming up …

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Hot dog hysteria Calculates Inside the body of a speed eater

Washington, Meghan Holohan (Today): If you find competitive eating contests hard to stomach, imagine what it’s like being the stomach of a competitive eater. In the 2013 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, legendary eater Joey Chestnut scarfed down a record 69 hot dogs — at 290 calories each for a …

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Study reveals that 19000 protein-producing genes in humans

London, July 6(IANS): In a new research, scientists have found the number of protein generating genes in humans to be 19,000 – 1,700 fewer than the most recent annotation and well below the initial estimations of 100,000 genes. Study reveals that 19000 protein-producing genes in humans The study says that …

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Non-physician work force can help control cardiac diseases

New Delhi, July 1(IANS): A new healthcare model that empowers the non-physician work force to diagnose individuals at a high risk of cardio-vascular diseases has considerable potential, a study has found. Non-physician work force can help control cardiac diseases “The project will explore the use of technology along with a …

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