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    Second Covid shot safe after allergic reactions to first dose: Study

    A team of researchers, led by allergists at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the US, stressed that a first dose reaction to Covid-19 vaccination should not keep people from getting a second dose.

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    US eases travel restrictions on India, asks travellers to be cautious

    The United States has improved the travel advisory for India, lowering it from the highest Level 4, which means no travel, to Level 3, which urges citizens to reconsider travel.

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    Nearly 3,000 confined to cabins after Covid-19 case on Singapore cruise

    A Genting Cruise Lines ship on a "cruise to nowhere" has returned to Singapore after a confirmed case of Covid-19 in a passenger, and the nearly 3,000 passengers.

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    3 billion people cannot afford a healthy diet

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused price spikes for corn, milk, beans and other commodities, but even before the pandemic, about 3 billion people could not afford even the cheapest options for a healthy diet.

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    Pakistan bans air travel for unvaccinated people

    Pakistan has imposed a ban on air travel for people who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19, a move deemed to curb the further spread of the virus, it was reported on Saturday.

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    Working weekends can cause increased depression risk: Study

    Although a growing number of people worldwide are working longer hours as more businesses operate 24/7, it’s not clear how evaporating “off time” is impacting workers’ mental health, researchers.

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    Vegetable intake keeps your heart healthy, says study

    A new research at the Medical University of Warsaw found that low-dose treatment with trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) reduced heart thickening (cardiac fibrosis) and markers of heart failure in.

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    Mental health crisis could cost the world $16 trillion by 2030

    Mental health disorders are on the rise in every country in the world and could cost the global economy up to $16 trillion between 2010 and 2030 if a collective failure to respond is not addressed.

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    Why flight attendants dislike Indian travellers

    Indians have a really bad reputation when it comes to air travel. After an Emirates flight from Kerala made a hard landing in Dubai last month, an ex-flight attendant referred to the panicked.

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    4 common foods that cause body odour

    Fixing bad breath after a meal is relatively easy: Just pop a mint, use mouthwash, or better yet, floss and brush your teeth. When it comes to stopping stinky sweat, though, science hasn’t produced.

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    PM Modi should get medically tested after Rahul's hug: Subramanian Swamy

    Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Saturday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should get himself medically tested after Congress.

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    Marriage to Reham Khan 'the biggest mistake of my life': Imran Khan

    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has said marriage to  Reham Khan was  biggest mistake of his life, in rare remarks  about his past marriage with the former TV show host.

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    Can Food Make You Infertile? 

    In a country like India, it is odd that we should have so many couples going to doctors complaining about their inability to have children. A number of men, predictably, put the blame on their wives.

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    This Saudi woman drove an F1 car to celebrate end of ban

    Renault stole a march on their Formula One rivals on Sunday when they gave a Saudi Arabian woman a chance to mark a special day by driving one of their cars ahead of Sunday's French Grand Prix.

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    Iraq’s first Kurdish airline launched

    IS delayed our project but today, we mark real progress,” said the airline’s chief executive, Laund Sheikh Mamundi, explaining the three-year delay since Fly Erbil first announced its launch.

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    How Afghanistan's urban gardens are changing women's lives

    It may look like they’re just planting and weeding, but for the women tending the public gardens of Jalalabad, the tasks represent far more: the rare chance to work outside the home.

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    'No need for chemotherapy in certain breast and lung cancers'

    Two major studies released on Sunday show that many people with breast and lung cancers may forgo chemotherapy and still live longer, signaling a waning need for what was long seen.

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    The Damask Rose, the queen of flowers and Syria’s Ambassador to the world

    Beyond being known for its heady fragrance, the Damask Rose (Damascene Rose or Rosa Damascena) is described as the queen of flowers and the ambassador of Syria to the world.

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    Al-Ahsa — the largest date-palm oasis in the world

    Dates are a staple in Saudi Arabia and the wider Middle East, both in their own right and as a common ingredient in local dishes. In particular, they form an important part of the diet of Muslims.

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    China launches new Iran train route

    China on Thursday launched a freight train service that connects its northern regions to Iran’s capital Tehran in what could be a major connectivity project of vital importance to the flow of trade between.

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    Have high blood pressure? Listen to classic music!

    If you are suffering from high blood pressure, listening to classical music in addition to taking your meds may give you some added advantage as researchers have found that.

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    First-ever cards tournament kicks off in Saudi Arabia

    "We are simply reverting to a moderate Islam. 70% of the Saudis are younger than 30, honestly we won’t waste 30 years of our life combating extremist thoughts, we will destroy them now and immediately.”

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    In India, more women have cancer than men

    Researchers from the National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research-Indian Council of Medical Research (NICPR-ICMR) co-authored the paper which says that the proportion of women getting.

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    Junk food and sedentary lifestyle may put teens at high risk of obesity

    It’s not only junk food, but a combination of unhealthy behaviours like sedentary lifestyle in teenagers that increases the risk of being overweight in adulthood, say researchers.

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