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  • Onset of schizophrenia said to increase risk of diabetes

    London : People who suffer with early schizophrenia may also be at risk of developing diabetes, even before being prescribed anti-psychotic drugs and a poor lifestyle – poor diet and sedentary behaviour – associated with prolonged period of illness, a study has found, says IANS.

  • Eat spicy food to live longer

    Washington : From now on, who-so-ever ask you not to have spicy food, here’s the reply for them! A study, by the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, has found that consumption of hot red chili peppers is associated with a 13 percent reduction in total mortality, primarily in deaths due to heart disease or stroke, reports ANI.

  • Password ‘123456’ Most Common Password Of 2016: Study

    Washington : Numeric combination of ‘123456’ was the most common password of 2016, followed by ‘123456789’ and ‘qwerty’, according to researchers who reviewed over 10 million security codes that became public following data breaches. The study also found that four of the top 10 passwords on the list are six characters or shorter.

  • Is Instagram promoting hookah use?

    New York : Despite its harmful effects, the use of hookah has increased in the US and is being promoted through Instagram, a study has found. The study conducted by researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) noted that as cigarette use declined between 2005 and 2015 in the US, hookah use has increased, reports IANS.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- you are on the way towards finding success in your profession and you will be finding it today. Romantic relationship which got little disturbed in the past will be on track. This is the right time to discuss on issues to court cases.

  • BMC elections 2017: RPI(A) wants deputy mayor’s post in BMC

    Mumbai: Ruling ally Republican Party of India (A) wants to contest on 29 seats in the upcoming BMC polls and has also sought deputy mayor’s post, if BJP and Shiv Sena seal an alliance and come to power in the civic body.

  • Mumbai marathon: A champion emerges in differently-abled category

    Mumbai: After inspiring many with his determination and will power, a former Indian army soldier, on Sunday surprised onlookers by winning the 2.5 km Mumbai Marathon in the ‘Champions with differently-abled category’. Suresh Kumar Karki covered a distance of 2.5 kms within an hour. Lance Naik Karki, who is currently based in Pune, has participated in several marathons across the nation.

  • Mumbai: Man found dead in a Chembur lodge

    Mumbai: A 34 –year man was found murdered under mysterious circumstances at Kamla lodge at Narayan Gajanan Acharya Marg near Chembur railway station.

  • Extreme weather killed over 1,600 last year

    New Delhi: More than 1,600 people died due to extreme weather conditions across the country last year, with severe heat wave claiming the largest chunk of the total deaths at 40 per cent, followed by flooding and lightning.