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Cutting Calories May Improve Your Health Even If You’re Not Trying to Lose Weight

Calorie restriction is typically associated with weight loss. But a growing body of research suggests a lower-calorie diet may bring a range of other health benefits, even for those who aren’t trying to drop pounds. The latest study, published July 11 in the Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, suggests that cutting just 300 calories a day, while maintaining an otherwise healthy diet, ... Read More »

Health Experts Agree on 7 Nutrients to Make You Feel Happy and Healthy

Dietary nutrients are critical for brain structure and function, so they have a potentially profound impact on mental health. An increasingly robust body of research points to the detrimental effect of unhealthy diets and nutrient deficiencies, and to the protective value of healthy diets — along with select nutritional supplements as required — for maintaining and promoting mental health. Research literature ... Read More »

Jaymin Shah set to become one of biggest names in blogging industry

Jaymin Shah, who is making some serious dent in the blogging industry, successfully founded a news portal – NewsEnquire at the age of 19 and he even hired a few people for this website. At the age of 19, many of us were either drowning in the sea of assignments or were too stoned to think about our future. But ... Read More »

School education needs to be scaled up

Apart from improving infrastructure, a massive overhaul of teacher training is a must to improve quality of education Bill Gates, in a restrained observation that ought to make us cringe, stated that his “biggest disappointment when it comes to India, is the education system. It should be far better.” Without reforming its educational system significantly, India will be a left-behind ... Read More »

EA thinks gaming subscriptions will lead to weirder, more creative games

Nearly every video game publisher wanted to talk about subscription services last week at E3, but some top executives know some will inevitably fail. In an attempt to stand out, however, more game publishers may rely on developers to make innovative, experimental games designed for these services. Mike Blank, EA’s senior vice president of player networks and the man who ... Read More »

Teachers to be trained to spot mental health issues early

Theresa May will promise new classroom teaching materials and updated statutory guidance on schools’ mental health responsibilities. Photograph: View Pictures/UIG via Getty Images Theresa May is to announce that all teachers in England and Wales will be trained to spot the early signs of mental health issues in children as part of a package of measures aimed at prioritising prevention. ... Read More »

States given full flexibility to impart education in languages they choose: Kasturirangan

How would you respond to the language row — the protests over imposition of Hindi? There is no language imposition and the States are given full flexibility to impart education in the languages that they choose. As far as the three-language formula is concerned, we assumed that every line in this paragraph would be read with respect to flexibility. Unfortunately, ... Read More »

Google Stadia: Here are all the games coming to Google’s gaming service

Months after first launching its gaming service – Google Stadia – on stage Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 in San Francisco, Google on June 6 finally unveiled key details about the service. At the time of the launch, Google had announced that Stadia, the gaming service that would be powered by the company’s data centres, would be available in select ... Read More »

Get your stolen mobile phone back thanks to Delhi Police raid in Nepal

According to police, the stolen or snatched phones were sent to Nepal after they were temporarily kept with the second hand mobile phone sellers in Karol Bagh. The police managed to get crack the whip against the racket after a tip off about the gang.  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New Delhi: The Delhi police is all set to upload the IEMI ... Read More »

Mobile phone sales contribution to Indian e-tailers’ GMV dips in Q1 2019

The mobile phone category’s contribution to e-tailers’ gross sales, or Gross Merchandise Value, fell in the first quarter of 2019 due to demand saturation, reduced discounting, and policy changes, RedSeer Consulting has said. The first quarter also saw few exclusive launches by mobile phone companies, which also led to the decline in sales, sources said. Between January and March, the share of mobile ... Read More »