Seriously Cyrus: The crush from college

Cyrus Broacha gives quirky tips on resolving relationship issues. (Unsplash) I am a 23-year-old girl who has had a huge crush on a guy from college. Although I have never spoken to him and I don’t know if he knows about my existence, but I can’t seem to get over him, even though it’s been […]

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Bowel cancer: 3-drug combo may offer alternative to chemo

Chemotherapy treatment for people who have advanced bowel cancer and a particular genetic mutation is commonly ineffective. A combination of three different drugs could be the key to improved treatment. New research reveals the power of triple therapy when it comes to tackling aggressive bowel cancer. The outlook for people with standard bowel cancer — also known […]

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What’s Hot In School Lunches? Nutrition Conference Will Offer A Taste

The people in charge of deciding what’s on the menu at school cafeterias around the country will converge on St. Louis to consider how to make school lunches better. The discussion will happen at the School Nutrition Association’s national conference, July 14-16. The goal of the conference is for school nutrition professionals to learn about […]

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Riphah University organises food and nutrition summit

Islamabad: Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan stressed the need that food & nutrition security is a fundamental element for poverty alleviation, says a press release. The minister was speaking on the occasion of 1st Pakistan Food-Nutrition International Summit, jointly organised by Riphah International University, National Alliance for Safe Food, SUN, GAIN […]

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Video: Busting some common skincare myths

Our skin is the largest organ of our body and that is why it is important to take good care of it. But with so many beauty and skincare tips available online, it is quite common to get confused. Most people tend to try out every remedy and treatment they overhear, without cross-checking it with […]

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Nutrition mission will be crucial for India to reap demographic dividend

Despite impressive economic progress, nearly 20% Indian children under five are wasted, 38% stunted and 35% underweight. In addition, nearly half of women are anaemic. We also lag behind on key nutrition-specific and sensitive interventions such as exclusive breastfeeding, complementary feeding and micronutrient supplementation. Clearly, malnutrition is the biggest development challenge. The Integrated Child Development […]

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Have a Plant: Straight talk on nutrition and dietary guidelines

Nearly 7,000 comments have swarmed in already to the regulations.gov portal for the 2020 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee. There is a lot of hand-wringing over the lack of kitchen skills in America, and real concern about obesity and diet-related diseases in the young and old. There does not seem to be universal agreement about anything (wheat, milk, […]

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Foods with similar nutrition content affect the gut differently

Foods with similar nutrition labels can have very different effects on gut microbiomes, research finds. Foods that have similar nutritional information on their labels can affect the gut microbiome of different people in different ways. A recent study, the results of which feature in the journal Cell Host & Microbe, looked at participants’ diets and stool […]

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How The ‘Pose’ Season 2 Time Jump Affects The HIV/AIDS Storylines, Especially For Blanca & Pray Tell

FX’s Pose, which chronicles the underground ball scene in late ’80s and early ’90s New York City, might be best known by fans for Elektra’s epic reads and its history-making cast. But the show is hardly fluff — it also tackles hefty social issues like transgender civil rights, the stigma of sex work and poverty, and most notably, […]

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