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United Kingdom: Making the most of sunshine without the cream

... this cream-free attitude.// They warn that with blazing August on the cards and a record high temperature in July, it would indeed pay to be generous with sun cream to protect the skin. The trend is also because nearly 58% of the people do not feel it is necessary to use a cream, simply because they have...

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

...ed the destiny of the nation and look forward to a blazing tomorrow that is unblemished by inequality, thereby, saving our great nation from the brink of a civilzational collapse....

Healthy Heart for a Hearty Life

...e. The booming IT industry, with its promises of a blazing tomorrow, has greatly appealed to the average Indian. But by promoting a culture in India that is essentially pro-western, it has, in reality, changed the face of the country forever, even in terms of health. Long working hours, working night shifts,...

Black and White in ‘Shades of Grey

...nin content, was sufficiently equipped to face the blazing equatorial sun. But when the human race began to spread across the terrains of Europe and Asia, eumelanin was produced in accordance to the requirement, enhanced by the selective trends of nature. This resulted in a ‘descent with modification’ as...

Uganda Bans Plastic Bags, Still a Tough Battle Lies Ahead

...spite its problems and its poverty, East Africa is blazing a trail which many in prosperous Middle England can only dream of following, a BBC correspondent says. Still the question remains whether these poor countries will have the necessary resources to come up with alternative systems of waste management...

Three Doctors Charged So Far in the UK Bombing Case

...ed, 27, who suffered serious burns when he drove a blazing jeep Cherokee into the Glasgow airport, remains in a critical condition in a Scotland hospital. Many say his chances of survival are pretty slim. The Glasgow attack came a day after two Mercedes-Benz cars were found packed with nails, petrol and ga...

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