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Colorado dad aims to ban smartphone sales to preteens

A Colorado father is petitioning to make the sale of smartphones for children under 13 illegal in his state after witnessing his young sons’ addictive behaviors toward the technology. “One of my sons, I took it away, and it was a pretty dramatic, very violent outburst,” said Dr. Timothy J. …

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Eat six meals a day if you want to lose weight


When you want to lose weight, many of us are put off by the idea of starving ourselves, spending our days with rumbling stomachs and having to resist giving in to our hunger. But this needn’t actually be the case at all, reported The Independent. In fact, according to a …

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How to blow dry your hair at home


Who doesn’t like the professional blow-dry and the glossy bounce? But heading to a salon every week or trying blow-dry techniques at home is always a bummer. To get it right, we got the steps to achieve salon-ready hair at home. Celebrity hairstylist, Asgar Saboo breaks down the steps to …

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You are probably using your deodorant the wrong way


Sweating is no fun. We know this, which is why we use deodorant. In fact, 63 per cent of British women cite sweating as their most embarrassing body issue, reports Perspirex. However, apparently we’ve been doing it wrong our whole lives, as a doctor revealed the errors of our sweaty …

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One shot for all vaccines? Study holds promise


Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a technology that could allow childhood vaccines for everything from polio to measles, mumps, and rubella to be combined into a single injection. The idea is that one shot would inject microscopic capsules of vaccine into a person, and those capsules …

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A fifth of global deaths linked to diet: study


Fewer children are dying before their fifth birthday and although humans are living longer than ever before, one in five deaths last year were linked to poor diet, researchers said recently . More than 1.6 million people in poor countries died in 2016 from diarrhoea caused by contaminated water and …

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4 reasons your diets fail


Not considering future events Before you start dieting, make sure there aren’t any important events approaching in the very near future. It can be anything – work, travel, weddings or even an overdue vacation. Trying to find foods conducive to dieting can be troublesome on the run. Crash dieting Another …

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Why are freehand exercises such a draw?


Don’t have a pricey gymmembership? No sweat! You can exercise just as well without the weights and these can be easily done in the confines of your office cabin or in your home. Free hand is also one of the biggest trend shifts in fitness. Here are a few free …

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