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16, Jun 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

More than a quarter of adults over age 50 take supplements for brain health, but a new report suggests these dietary aids may be ineffective and unnecessaryRead News

16, Jun 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Cancer is an umbrella term for a large group of diseases caused when abnormal cells divide rapidly, and spread to other tissue and organs. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world.Read News

16, Jun 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

After facing an anti-trust issue with the United States government, Google CEO Sundar Pichai has cautioned against those wanting to regulate technology conglomerates just for the sake of doing it. In an interview with a TV News channel, Pichai said that his company has faced a similar situations in Europe and therefore the prove by US government was not a surprise for them. "Scrutiny is right and we will participate constructively in these discussions," he said and added: "I worry that if you regulate for the sake of regulating it, it has a lot of unintended consequences." Read News

24, May 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

In a shocking incident, a major fire broke out in a commercial building near the outskirts of the city this afternoon killing at least 17 people, mostly students. The building houses a coaching center in the second floor where nearly 50 students were in attendance.Fire engulfed the third and fourth floors of Taxshila Complex in Sarthana area, said an official at the Surat fire control room. Read News

14, May 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

WhatsApp has urged its 1.5 billion users globally to update their app to protect against "potential targeted exploits" after it discovered a vulnerability that allows spyware to be installed on users' phone. The Facebook-owned company said it had, earlier this month, identified and promptly fixed a vulnerability that could enable an attacker to insert and execute code on mobile devices. It has also made changes to its infrastRead News

05, May 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is taking several steps to curb India's tobacco consumption. It has increased taxes on tobacco products and ordered companies to print more health warnings on packages.Read News

03, May 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Cyclone Fani rolled through Odisha on Friday, packing rain and windstorm that gusted up to 175 kmph, leaving at least three people dead, blowing away thatched houses, and swamping towns and villages. The extremely severe cyclonic storm Fani made landfall around 8 a.m. in Puri, with roaring winds flattening huts, enveloping the pilgrim town in sheets of rain, and submerging homes in residential areas.Read News

02, May 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday chaired a high-level meeting to review preparedness for Cyclone Fani. The meeting was attended by the Cabinet Secretary, the Principal Secretary to the PM, the Additional Principal Secretary to the PM, the Home Secretary, and other senior officials from the IMD, NDRF, NDMA, and PMO. Read News

27, Apr 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

As another interesting aspect of the research, participants noted that pre-meal hunger and their cravings for sweet foods later in the day tended to be lower if they ate the low-carb breakfast. Little suggests this change in diet may be a healthy step for anybody, even those who are not living with diabRead News

01, Apr 2019, by : FnF Desk

A 27-hour countdown began Sunday for the launch of India's EMISAT satellite along with 28 nano satellites of global customers from Sriharikota Monday, a mission which would witness the ISRO placing payloads in three orbits and conducting space experiments for the first time. Read News

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