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Over 100 Persons Taken Ill After Feasting At A Marriage Dinner

Over 100 people in Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh fell ill after feasting at a marriage dinner, the second such incident in five days in the district, police said Thursday. // While 65 affected people were admitted to Ratlam district hospital, the rest were discharged after first aid, a hospital sp...

Fasting, Feasting Your Way To Health

Forget all you have ever heard about eating sensibly and exercising. The way to lose excess weight and stay fit is to fast one day and feast// the next - the way our hunter-gatherer ancestors did. The remarkable finding, which could revolutionise conventional wisdom about nutrition and dieting, ...

Tip Sheet: Celebrity Trainer, Ramona Braganza's Tips To Keep Off Those Extra Holiday Pounds

...celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza offers tips to stay trim over the holidays and shares her survival guide to making it through the gluttonous holiday feasting season without packing on the pounds. Below are Ramona's tips to stay trim without forgoing all the holiday trimmings: G...

'Tis the Season For Allergy, Asthma

...merican Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI). But some preventive measures can cut symptoms to a minimum, they say. "Whether it's feasting on holiday meals, setting up your Christmas tree, or visiting your pet-owning relatives, allergy triggers may be lurking inside of our warm, cozy home...

Enticing Doctors to Rural Community an Uphill Task

... It almost sounds like some travel deal, except that it isn't. Prospects of cruising along the river Murray, sipping at wineries and feasting //at local gourmet restaurants are being used to lure doctors to the country towns of Albury and Wodonga, in Victoria, Australia. These treats are...

Cereal Killers: Is the Loaded Breakfast Bowl Really Healthy?

..., close to a Twix candy bar. Post's Sugar Crisps cereal had more than 26.6 grams of sugar. It is not healthy to start the first meal of the day feasting on sugar, as it creates an urge to eat more throughout the day. This could result in obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease in children, as they...

Where Mother's Skin Turns Into Food For Offspring

...reported the online edition of the National Geographic channel. The researchers observed the young of a caecilian, a type of limbless amphibian, feasting on their mother. They say the teeth of its young appear to be specially designed for eating its mother's flesh. The doting limbless mother tra...

Avian flu scare in Malawi too!!

...g to Wilfred Lipita, director of livestock and animal health in the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, 'Someone alerted police that people are feasting on mysterious manna from heaven. We sent officials to caution the people not to eat them since they may have the avian flu which has proved deadly to ...

Hollywood Actress Hunter criticises Hatcher for weight loss.

...ppeared on coves of many famous magazib\nes including Time and Newsweek. Further information on Medindia on Weight loss and Ageing Fasting, feasting Your Way To Health: Forget all you have ever heard about eating sensibly and exercising. The way to lose excess weight and stay fit is to fast one d...
Feasting in Biological News

Novel fungus helps beetles to digest hard wood

...ignin." Before this report, it was thought that insects are unable to extensively break down lignin, and that they get around the problem either by feasting on wood that has already degraded, or by living close to fungi that can degrade the wood for them. But this theory fails to explain the ability of ...

Scientists break record by finding northernmost hydrothermal vent field

... venting on ultra-slow spreading ridges," Lilley said. The active chimneys in the new field are mostly black and covered with white mats of bacteria feasting on the minerals emitted by the vents. Older chimneys are mottled red as a result of iron oxidization. All are the result of seawater seeping into the ...

Bugs, even 'bad' ones, can be educationally beneficial, new book says

... the scale was no longer a threat anywhere in California," Waldbauer wrote. Waldbauer also recounted a more recent study in which tsetse flies were feasting on and causing infections in cows in Zimbabwe. Entomologists led by Steve Torr of the University of Greenwich in the United Kingdom placed 60,000 fake...
Feasting in Biological Technology

In the wake of Katrina, more questions than answers about global climate change

...hich should revert to serving as buffer and flood zones. Hurricane Katrina was cruelly powerful, but lets not prematurely conclude she became so by feasting off waters warmed by our car engines. Lets focus instead on restoring natural shoreline areas and getting a lot smarter about where we build. Tom ...
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