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57% Passengers Planning Bus Travel Within A Month After Lockdown Ends: Survey

Over 78 per cent of the respondents want the implementation of hygienic conditions at boarding points and 70 per cent want social distancing protocols to be implemented at boarding points.

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Mindfulness-Based Therapy Helps Obese Children Lose Body Weight

The study published in 'Endocrine Connections' reported that obese children on a calorie-restricted diet alongside mindfulness therapy lose more weight and are less stressed and hungry than children on a calorie-restricted diet alone.

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Discussing Smoking-Risks With Network Boosts Intent To Quit, Suggests Study

The researchers created an online network in which 1,600 participants, including both smokers and non-smokers, were asked to answer questions about the health risks associated with smoking.

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Children Who Consume Whole Milk Are At Lower Risk Of Being Overweight: Study

The study was conducted by analysing 28 other studies from seven different countries involving the exploration of the relationship between children who drink cow's milk and their risk of being obese or overweight.

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Longer Exposure To Obesity Linked With Increased Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes: Study

The study was published in the journal Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]).

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Sleeping More May Increase Your Stroke Risk: Study

"Long napping and sleeping may suggest an overall inactive lifestyle, which is also related to increased risk of stroke," she added.

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7 Practices You Never Knew Could Enhance Your Exam Performance

Some practices are absolutely beneficial to all and these are the ones every student gearing up for exams must follow.

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