BEIJING : ‘More than 2 million’: How many people might die if China ends Zero-Covid policy?
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BEIJING : ‘More than 2 million’: How many people might die if China ends Zero-Covid policy?

BEIJING : Starting last weekend, China has witnessed its most widespread demonstrations since Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. The protests were sparked by people’s frustrations over China’s continued…

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TORONTO : 10 Magnesium-Rich Foods That Are Super Healthy
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TORONTO : 10 Magnesium-Rich Foods That Are Super Healthy

TORONTO :  We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Magnesium is…

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ROME : What to Know About Red Meat, Processed Meat, and Heart Health
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ROME : What to Know About Red Meat, Processed Meat, and Heart Health

ROME : Health experts have long suspected that eating too much meat can have a detrimental effect on our health. But in November 2019, a controversial study published…

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WASHINGTON : Lab-Grown Meat Gets One Step Closer to the Grocery Store After FDA Gives OK
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WASHINGTON : Lab-Grown Meat Gets One Step Closer to the Grocery Store After FDA Gives OK

WASHINGTON : In an announcementTrusted Source, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stated that UPSIDE Foods, a food manufacturer that creates animal meat from cells, met all of…

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SINGAPORE: India among top five countries for sourcing doctors to Singapore, says minister
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SINGAPORE: India among top five countries for sourcing doctors to Singapore, says minister

SINGAPORE: India is among the top five countries for sourcing foreign qualified doctors for Singapore to ease the workload in the hospitals in the city-state, Parliament was told…

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LONDON : These six foods may become more popular as the planet warms
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LONDON : These six foods may become more popular as the planet warms

LONDON : No matter how you slice it, climate change will alter what we eat in the future. Today, just 13 crops provide 80 percent of people’s energy…

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WASHINGTON : Indian-American doctors meet key US lawmakers on Capitol Hill
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WASHINGTON : Indian-American doctors meet key US lawmakers on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON : The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) organised an event to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Independence of India on Capitol Hill in…

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LISBON : Portuguese minister quits after Indian dies
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LISBON : Portuguese minister quits after Indian dies

LISBON : Portugal’s health minister Marta Temido resigned on Tuesday following widespread criticism of her decision to temporarily close emergency obstetric services, forcing risky transfers of pregnant women…

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BERLIN : Some Sugar Substitutes Affect Blood Glucose and Gut Bacteria
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BERLIN : Some Sugar Substitutes Affect Blood Glucose and Gut Bacteria

BERLIN : In a new study, participants who consumed sugar substitutes showed an altered microbiome and spikes in blood glucose. As Diet Coke and its sweetener aspartame wrap…

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TORONTO : Sleep deprivation may make people less generous
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TORONTO : Sleep deprivation may make people less generous

TORONTO : Poor sleep contributes to ill health, research has long shown. But sleep deprivation, which is chronic in the developed world, may also make people less likely…

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