Bird flew in business class from Singapore to London!

Bird flew in business class from Singapore to London!

A bird caused a flap on a Singapore to London flight after it suddenly appeared in the plane’s business class section 12 hours into the journey, an airline said Tuesday. A video circulating on social media showed the bird perched on top of a headrest, about two hours before the...

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Trump bought 300 Hamburgers to eat at the White House

Trump bought 300 Hamburgers to eat at the White House

It is unclear how much the order cost the president. The president of the United States, Donald Trump, organized a fast food banquet at the White House because, due to the partial closure of the government, there is no staff in the presidential residence that is in charge of the...

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What do prostate and breast cancer have in common and why is it important to know

What do prostate and breast cancer have in common and why is it important to know

Knowing if this mutation is carried out can be useful for the patient, but also for the family. Worldwide, breast cancer is the highest incidence among women and prostate cancer, the second among men, only exceeded by the lung. Do these types of cancers have something in common that causes...

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Fiber: the food that can improve and lengthen your life. Are you eating enough?

Fiber: the food that can improve and lengthen your life. Are you eating enough?

Do you have something in your kitchen cupboard that can extend your life? If I offered you a super food that could extend your life, would you be interested? This reduces the chances of suffering heart attacks and debilitating strokes, as well as chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes....

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Life-Savers for new parents: You can now monitor your new born babies health through phone

Life-Savers for new parents: You can now monitor your new born babies health through phone

We’re likely stressed and sleep deprived because we’re hovering over the baby all night to make sure she’s OK. Here are some of the “smart” devices available to track their vitals: a swaddle, a chest band, a sticker, sock, and a onesie. There are also cameras that can track breathing...

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Karachi Eat – A hub for food stalls!

Karachi Eat – A hub for food stalls!

It’s our favourite time of the year, it’s time for Karachi Eat! And things are going to get pretty crazy as food vendors bring their A-game to the table. In case you’re wondering, there’s going to be Brazilian Churros, Paan Shots, Nutella UFOs, Special Masala Chai and a few surprises...

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Women in Saudi Arabia can be arrested for disobeying their parents

Women in Saudi Arabia can be arrested for disobeying their parents

Samar Badawi, who appears in the photo with Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton, is an activist for women’s equality. Saudi Arabia attracted international acclaim last year when it eliminated the ban on women driving a car. However, the Saudis are still subject to many restrictions. The most striking is the male guardianship...

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Why we are offended (and how it is possible to do it less often)

Why we are offended (and how it is possible to do it less often)

When we are offended “the brain has to compute and decide the meaning of the words that come to us and put them into context”. How could you tell me that? What right do you have to act like that? Who does he think he is? Feeling offended is a common feeling,...

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The first working Monday of the year is when most people think about divorce!

The first working Monday of the year is when most people think about divorce!

Are you married or married and this Monday you are thinking about divorce more than usual? Maybe your partner too. It is normal. The lawyers of the United Kingdom consider this Monday as the “day of divorce”. The first Monday back to work after the Christmas and New Year holidays typically registers...

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How to reduce the consumption of sugar in the diet of children?

How to reduce the consumption of sugar in the diet of children?

It is recommended that children between 4 and 6 years do not exceed 19 grams of sugars per day. The WHO suggests that the consumption of sugar in children should not exceed 10% of the total caloric intake of the day in a diet of 1,750 calories. And it is...

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