Even Low Levels Of Air Pollution Could Damage Your Kidneys: Study

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Even Low Levels Of Air Pollution Could Damage Your Kidneys: Study

New Delhi: Besides, negative effects on cardiovascular health and life expectancy, increased exposure to air pollution may also harm your kidneys, researchers warn. The study suggests that there really is no "safe" level for air pollution, as even the lowest levels of particulate matter in the air can do great harm to the kidneys and ...continue reading

Cigarette Butts To Eliminate Mosquitoes?

New Delhi:  Cigarette butts (CBs) thrown into garbage as trash can be turned into a valuable resource for killing mosquitoes that cause malaria, a new study by an international team, including from India, has revealed. This novel method for pest control -- using CBs for the synthesis of silver nanostructures -- has been reported by ...continue reading

Google Doodle Honours Samuel Johnson, The Father Of Modern Dictionary

New Delhi: Grabbing a dictionary to know the meaning a word may now have become a thing of the past in the online world, but Google Doodle on Monday decided to honour Samuel Johnson, the man who compiled a mammoth dictionary of the English language 150 years before the Oxford English Dictionary appeared. Son of a bookseller, Johnson published "A Dictionary of the English Language" in 1755 after ...continue reading

6 Reasons To Eat A Piece Of Dark Chocolate Every Day : Read Here

New Delhi: Dark chocolate nowadays is popularly known as one of the best superfoods. If you nibble dark chocolate to satisfy a craving, youre also helping your heart with every bite, say experts. Sonia Narang, Wellness and Nutrition Expert, Oriflame India and Meher Rajput, Nutritionists and Dietician, FITPASS share that how dark chocolates can be healthy ...continue reading

Google Doodle Honours Teacher’s Day In India, PM Modi Follows Close

New Delhi:On teacher's day, google doodle paid tribute to the birth anniversary of India's celebrated teacher and its first vice president, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Following close was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who paid to Dr Radhakrishnan and wished the nation a happy teacher's day this morning. In a post on Twitter, the PM urged people to ...continue reading

Teacher’s Day 2017: Importance, Significance And History Of Teacher’s Day

New Delhi: Each year, Teacher's Day is celebrated on the 5th of September in India. Teacher's Day is marked in honour of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was born on September 5, 1888. Dr Radhakrishnan was India's first vice president and second president. He was a great scholar, philosopher and Bharat Ratna recipient. Since 1962 - the year he became ...continue reading

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