• Physical Exercise Can Worsen Dementia, Says Study
Physical Exercise Can Worsen Dementia, Says Study

But most of the research in support of that hypothesis has been on animals. The study involved almost 500 people that were divided into two groups. The team investigated the potential benefits of exercise in a trial involving nearly 500 adults with mild to moderate dementia, with an average age of 77-years-old living across the U.K.

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  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Bridesmaids and Pageboys Were Just Announced
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Bridesmaids and Pageboys Were Just Announced

They're also lending sons, twins Brian and John Mulroney , 7. "But I think it will be down to Jessica Mulroney to probably help make sure they're all kept in check". Raised in Montreal, Mulroney has also worked as a bridal consultant and fashion expert. They're the daughters of Darren and Benita Litt , the latter of whom is a brand curator...

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  • Ebola confirmed in African city
Ebola confirmed in African city

A health worker takes off protective clothing after visiting the isolation ward at Bikoro hospital, which received a new suspected Ebola case, in Bikoro, DRC . "This outbreak is very close to the Republic of Congo and Central African Republic". Oxfam announced Wednesday that it has made available an initial $68,000 (57,000 euros) to fight the ...

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  • Your Body Clock is Associated With Mood Disorders
Your Body Clock is Associated With Mood Disorders

The researchers found that maintaining a healthy internal body clock , which basically means staying more active during the day and sleeping properly at night, has a positive impact on the overall health of a person. For the latest study, researchers analysed activity data on 91,105 people to measure their daily rest-activity rhythms (also known a...

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  • India 'selfish' for refusing to play Day-Night Test: Mark Waugh
India 'selfish' for refusing to play Day-Night Test: Mark Waugh

Many Indian national players, including captain Virat Kohli , are yet to play with the pink ball, one of the probable reasons behind India not tweaking with the original format. Looking at the current scenario. Meanwhile, Waugh lauded Ireland for giving Pakistan a run for their money in their Test debut. The BCCI chairman of selectors maintain...

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  • Assembly Member Leonie Cooper Highlights Mental Health Awareness Week
Assembly Member Leonie Cooper Highlights Mental Health Awareness Week

On a national scale, more than two in five (41%) businesses in the United Kingdom have seen an increase in episodes of mental health compared to five years ago. Jake continued: "I set up CTS with the aim of normalising mental illness and giving it a human face". "It's so easy to start a conversation with somebody with the word listen".

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  • Manchester United, Liverpool Reportedly Set for New Club World Cup Invitation
Manchester United, Liverpool Reportedly Set for New Club World Cup Invitation

Manchester United , Liverpool , Barcelona, Real Madrid , Bayern Munich, AC Milan , Inter, Juventus, Ajax and Paris Saint-Germain are the 10 European nations said to be confirmed for the first tournament with an extra two to be picked from Manchester City , Chelsea , Atletico Madrid , Borussia Dortmund, Porto and Benfica.

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  • Barrington Research Analysts Increase Earnings Estimates for OPKO Health (OPK)
Barrington Research Analysts Increase Earnings Estimates for OPKO Health (OPK)

Multiple company employees have indulged in significant insider trading. Trump's tweet on Sunday came ahead of second round of trade talks between the US and China this week. Taking a look at the relative strength indictor, we note that the 14-day RSI is now at 82.7, the 7-day stands at 92.03, and the 3-day is sitting at 97.65.

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  • Buhari Inaugurates EFCC's New Office In Abuja
Buhari Inaugurates EFCC's New Office In Abuja

Mr Buhari's short stint as Nigeria's military ruler ended in August 1985 following a palace coup by unhappy elements within the military ranks led by his Chief of Army Staff, Ibrahim Babangida. She said the Commonwealth Secretariat takes the issue of tackling corruption seriously because of the level of squalor and deprivation on account of corrupt...

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  • Netflix's 85% Of New Spending Will Be On Original Shows And Movies
Netflix's 85% Of New Spending Will Be On Original Shows And Movies

To put that into perspective, almost half of all original content on the most popular video streaming service in the world will roll out in the next seven months. If that is truly the case and nearly all the viewers are watching original their programming, all these originals should be a great investment for the company.

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  • World Health Organization plans to eliminate trans-fat from food by 2023
World Health Organization plans to eliminate trans-fat from food by 2023

The move gives India, with its high incidence of heart disease, the chance to look inwards at locally-produced healthy oils. "Why should our children have such an unsafe ingredient in their foods?", World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in the statement.

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  • Is your job killing you? Study says men in danger, women safe
Is your job killing you? Study says men in danger, women safe

If a person does not practice exercise on a daily basis, he or she can get into the health problems like obesity , heart diseases , diabetes, dementia , etc. "These men are dying earlier than those who are not physically active in their occupation". People who consider exercising as a part of an activity basically stay energetic for a short dura...

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  • Texas, 5 other states suing opioid maker Purdue Pharma
Texas, 5 other states suing opioid maker Purdue Pharma

North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says he believes credible evidence exists to conclude that Purdue Pharma knew the serious risks of long-term opioid use, and minimized or ignored evidence that its product could be deadly. "It's time the defendants pay for the pain and the destruction they've caused", Florida State Attorney General Pam ...

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  • Iceland's WOW air to commence India operations
Iceland's WOW air to commence India operations

A one-way ticket to Iceland, US, Canada and London in the economy category -WOW basic - will start from Rs 13,499, including taxes, while the business class fares on - WOW premium - will be priced from Rs 46,599 onwards including taxes.

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  • Rare two-headed deer found in forest
Rare two-headed deer found in forest

The young deer were found stillborn in southeastern Minnesota in May 2016 and it has now been the centre of a major scientific discovery - the first conjoined two-headed deer to have been brought to full term. We can not even gauge the rarity of the. Since the hunter found the remains of the fawns cleaned and in a natural position, it means that th...

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  • Should You Hold US Bancorp (NYSE:USB)
Should You Hold US Bancorp (NYSE:USB)

The business is scheduled to report its next earnings report on Tuesday, July 24th. During the same quarter in the previous year, the company earned $0.82 earnings per share. Sumitomo Mitsui Tru holds 0.33% in U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) or 4.82 million shares. The company's quarterly revenue was up 3.7% compared to the same quarter past year.

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  • $313.27 Million in Sales Expected for Denbury Resources (DNR) This Quarter
$313.27 Million in Sales Expected for Denbury Resources (DNR) This Quarter

Finally, Mizuho upgraded Denbury Resources from a "neutral" rating to a "buy" rating in a research note on Tuesday, January 16th. The stock of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (NYSE:TEVA) earned "Hold" rating by Cantor Fitzgerald on Thursday, June 22.

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  • USA scientists transfer memory from one snail to another by transplanting RNA
USA scientists transfer memory from one snail to another by transplanting RNA

David Glanzman tested the possibility that RNA from a trained California sea hare ( Aplysia californica ) can be used to create an engram - the elusive substrate of memory - in an untrained animal of the same species. The shocked snails had been "sensitised" to the stimulus. A group of untrained snails received RNA from the trained group and the s...

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  • ICSE, ISC results out: Girls rule
ICSE, ISC results out: Girls rule

There are 12 third all India rank holders and all have 99 percent marks while the first rank holder Swayam Das from Navi Mumbai St Mary's School has 99.40 percent marks. " I used to study for eight hours daily". Her hyperthyroidism meant she could not concentrate on her studies. She plans to pursue CA course alongside BCom.

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  • Oil City school board to vote next week on tentative budget
Oil City school board to vote next week on tentative budget

In our stories previewing today's elections, many candidates said they attended their hometown schools and enrolled their children there, too. They marched on State Street on an nearly three-mile route to the school district office. The board would consist of three members of the School Board , two members of the City Council and the Mayor. The ...

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