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Medicine Study links Sugary Drinks to Increased Fat Storage in Body
Author: 0 Study links Sugary Drinks to Increased Fat Storage in Body

The results showed that drinking a sugary beverage with a meal decreased fat use, whilst having the same drink with a protein-rich meal decreased the fat use by 40 percent more. Casperson. The study authors added that more research is needed because it's such a small study, but the takeaways are clear: Avoid that full-calorie soda and stick with water with your healthy chicken and veggies dinner, especially if you're trying to stay trim.

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Author: 0 "A fundamental right, but wholly qualified", Centre to Supreme Court

Venugopal said this as arguments commenced on Wednesday in the course of the hearing by the nine-judge bench on the question whether the right to privacy is a fundamental right. He also argued that right to life "transcends" right to privacy. But it is a Fundamental Right. Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee, appearing in support of privacy right, said that even if the Constitution did not "explicitly" provide this right, it could be deduced as had been done in the case of freedom of ...

Medicine SUPCUS Allows Execution Of Phillips To Proceed
Author: 0 SUPCUS Allows Execution Of Phillips To Proceed

The death penalty has been on hold in OH since January 2014, when a condemned inmate repeatedly gasped and snorted during a 26-minute procedure with a never-before-tried drug combination. His attorneys want the Supreme Court to, allegedly, align with the Eight Amendment and raise the bar to age 21. His lawyers said he had such "psychosocial deficits" when he was picked up by police that they initially took him to a juvenile, rather than an adult, facility.

Medicine Terror funding: NIA produces arrested separatists in Patiala House court
Author: 0 Terror funding: NIA produces arrested separatists in Patiala House court

The NIA filed a formal FIR against terror funding after Nayeem Ahmad Khan admitted in a sting operation that separatists were receiving money from Pakistan for terror and stone pelting activities in the Valley. During those raids, NIA had claimed of recovering incriminating documents, electronic devices, cash and other valuables worth. Early in June, NIA had raided 23 locations across Srinagar and Delhi, following the questioning of the seven separatist leaders.

Medicine Charmee Gets No Relief from High Court
Author: 0 Charmee Gets No Relief from High Court

She mentioned that she is not comfortable with the way the investigation is being done. Court in its ruling also gave clear instructions to SIT to record all audio and video of questioning. The SIT has so far grilled six celebrities, including actors Tarun , Navdeep and director Puri Jagannadh . Charmme is one of the 12 personalities from the Telugu film industry summoned by SIT for questioning in the drug racket which was busted here earlier this month.

Medicine Need for blood donors urgent — Red Cross
Author: 0 Need for blood donors urgent — Red Cross

The Plattsmouth community responded to our need in force, donating 49 pints of blood. In order to incentivize blood donations, the Red Cross is offering a $5 Target eGiftCard to anyone who donates blood between Wednesday, July 26, and August 31, according to a press release.

Medicine South African Child's Case Offers New Hope for HIV Cure
Author: 0 South African Child's Case Offers New Hope for HIV Cure

PARIS/GENEVA, 25 July 2017-UNAIDS has welcomed the launch of the End AIDS Coalition (EAC) during the 9th International AIDS Conference on HIV Science taking place in Paris, France. Scientists believe other factors may have contributed to the child's remission, but they said this case and two others like it, one in the USA and one in France, may provide insight into how treating babies early could prevent them from having to take HIV drugs for their whole lives.

Medicine SC refuses to reopen Kashmiri Pandits killings case
Author: 0 SC refuses to reopen Kashmiri Pandits killings case

Section of media had reported that JKLF leader Farooq Ahmed Dar alias Bitta Karate's admitted on camera that he had killed 20 Kashmiri Pandits . An apex court bench observed that it will be hard to obtain evidence after 27 years, reported Indian Express.

Medicine Bank of England warns of 'spiral of complacency' around mounting consumer debt
Author: 0 Bank of England warns of 'spiral of complacency' around mounting consumer debt

Alex Brazier , the bank's director for financial stability, said outstanding vehicle loans, credit card balances and personal loans had increased by 10% over the past year, while household incomes had risen by only 1.5%. He added that developments in mortgage debt had been much less striking than those in consumer debt and vehicle finance, with lending for home loans up by just 3 per cent over the past year.

Medicine England to ban the sale of new 'leasehold' houses
Author: 0 England to ban the sale of new 'leasehold' houses

Under government plans, ground rents will relate to real costs incurred. "Enough is enough. These practices are unjust, unnecessary and need to stop", said Communities Secretary Sajid Javid . Although the proposals will not help those now locked into leasehold tenancies, the consultation will look at tackling unreasonable ground rent rises in the future.

Medicine Don't believe the Jeremy Corbyn spin
Author: 0 Don't believe the Jeremy Corbyn spin

Speaking on Radio 4's Today programme, Mr Jones said: "If we were not in the single market, we would be having a debate about how to access it, not how to leave it". Former frontbencher Chuka Umunna said some countries were outside the European Union but inside the single market, including Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway.

Medicine Old Sketch by President Going Up for Auction
Author: 0 Old Sketch by President Going Up for Auction

None of the buildings in Trump's amateur sketch are necessarily recognizable-some are flat on top and others have triangles as their distinguishing features-but there is one that dominates Trump's imagined skyline: Trump Towers. A drawing of the New York City skyline by Donald Trump is up for auction. And yes, that's supposed to be Trump Tower in the middle - although, as the Washington Post points out , it is actually the 64th tallest skyscraper in Manhattan.

Medicine Study Shows That Dogs Keep Older People MOre Active During Cold Weather
Author: 0 Study Shows That Dogs Keep Older People MOre Active During Cold Weather

Exercise in older people has also been linked to a reduced risk of dementia. The entire sample spent an average of around 11 hours every day sitting and tended to be less active when it rained, was cold and the days were short. As adults age, they tend to become less active: in the United Kingdom alone it is estimated that less than half of older adults engage in the recommended weekly quota of at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity.

Medicine Papayas Linked to Salmonella Outbreak in 12 States, Including Minnesota
Author: 0 Papayas Linked to Salmonella Outbreak in 12 States, Including Minnesota

Salmonella cases have been reported in Utah, Texas, Minnesota, Indiana, Louisiana, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Massachussets, with New York and New Jersey the hardest hit. "If you aren't sure if the papaya you bought is a Maradol papaya, you can ask the place of purchase", the CDC says on its website. If you have one of these papayas, throw it away.

Medicine You Can Buy Happiness, Study Finds
Author: 0 You Can Buy Happiness, Study Finds

Can money buy happiness? "Our experiment provides the clearest window into this process, by demonstrating that people felt less end-of-day time pressure when they purchased time-saving services, which explained their improved mood that day", the study claimed .

Medicine British girl fined for opening lemonade stand receives dozens of job offers
Author: 0 British girl fined for opening lemonade stand receives dozens of job offers

However, Andre Spicer had a different take on the issue he said he was anxious that children were now too closely monitored, controlled and supervised. The father and daughter have also been invited to set up their stand at local community fairs, while Redhead Day UK 2018 has offered to make her guest of honour at their celebrations.

Medicine United Nations delegation visits Yemen amid cholera outbreak
Author: 0 United Nations delegation visits Yemen amid cholera outbreak

He explained that devastation of Yemen's health system and infrastructure by the ongoing civil war is directly responsible for the health crisis. Worldwide human rights organisation CARE has denounced the humanitarian crisis in war-torn Yemen, which is also suffering from a cholera epidemic, as "an absolute shame on humanity".

Author: 0 Mumbai building in Ghatkopar collapse

Rahangdale, chief fire officer of the Mumbai Fire Brigade". Around 8 fire engines along with rescue vans and an ambulance were rushed to the spot. The building has a RCC structure and now the removal of the topmost RCC slab is in progress.

Medicine Top cat: Alaska mourns Stubbs, feline mayor of Talkeetna
Author: 0 Top cat: Alaska mourns Stubbs, feline mayor of Talkeetna

The political feline was an global tourist attraction, luring an approximated 30 to 40 tourists daily to the town, who were not destined to travel there for any other reason. "He's honest", Lauri Stec, manager of Nagley's General Store told CNN in 2012 . Although he didn't die, the feline was left with a punctured lung, a fractured sternum and a five-inch gash on his side.

Medicine West Nile virus found in three Vermont towns
Author: 0 West Nile virus found in three Vermont towns

Interior Health says West Nile was first discovered in the South Okanagan in the summer of 2009 and there have been four human cases in the Okanagan since. Although it may be hard to do when it's hot, wearing long-sleeves, long trousers, and socks when outdoors will help keep mosquitoes away from your skin.

Medicine Ram Nath Kovind to be sworn in as 14th President Tuesday
Author: 0 Ram Nath Kovind to be sworn in as 14th President Tuesday

The function in Parliament would start at 12:15 PM. India's constitution provides a largely ceremonial role for the president, with the prime minister and his cabinet holding executive power. The 71-year-old son of a farmer will become India's second Dalit (untouchable) President after President K.R. Narayanan, who served from 1997 to 2002.

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