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Who Wore What – Lakme Fashion Week S|R 2017

LFW wrapped up a couple of days back and there was much more than just fashion on the ramp. From breaking the stereotypes to bring sustainable fashion on the runway, this Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2017 made a lot of headlines. The Summer Resort’17 was a classic show with celebrity show stoppers flaunting the best of the designer attires. ... Read More »

Arizona mom gives birth to healthy quadruplets

When Kylie Szafranski was told she would behaving quadruplets, shock went through her mind and 29 weeks later, her family grew by four. “Shock, definitely a lot of shock,” she said. “It’s real now, they’re here, it’s real tangible… tiny humans.” Emery, Damon, Gideon and Theo are currently in the NICU at Honor Health Scottsdale, even though the road to delivery wasn’t always ... Read More »

Some of the youngest opioid victims are curious toddlers

 Curious toddlers find the drugs in a mother’s purse or accidentally dropped on the floor. Sometimes a parent fails to secure the child-resistant cap on a bottle of painkillers. No matter how it happens, if a 35-pound toddler grabs just one opioid pill, chews it and releases the full concentration of a time-released adult drug into their small bodies, death ... Read More »

Lack of sleep linked to behavioral problems in kids

Getting too little sleep in early childhood is linked to cognitive and behavioral problems years later, a U.S. study suggests. Parents and teachers reported more problems in 7-year-olds who didn’t get enough sleep during their toddler and preschool years, compared to peers who got an age-appropriate amount of sleep during those early years. “Children who aren’t getting the recommended amount ... Read More »

Cholesterol drug cuts heart risks, spurs new debate on cost

A long-acting cholesterol medicine cut the risk of having a heart attack or some other serious problems by 15 to 20 percent in a big study that’s likely to spur fresh debate about what drugs should cost. Statins such as Lipitor are cheap and cut cholesterol, but some people don’t get enough help from them. The new drug, Amgen’s Repatha, ... Read More »

Expand your skills through ruby on rails training

Web site designing has expanded its horizon to touch new heights. With every new developed website, the expectations increase. Developers have to work hard to meet the ever changing requirement of their demand. To meet their expectation level in creating an exclusive and a user friendly web portal, Ruby on rails is the most suitable approach that is followed by ... Read More »

Understanding the scrum team

A scrum team is very much important for any organization. It is the core team and there are lots of things that are under its responsibilities. If you are willing to be one in the team, it is better to go through the csp Courses. This is the only way to be a part of the members. However, you will ... Read More »

Take a break

Most of us lead full busy lives filled with obligations.  It’s easy to become overwhelmed with so much to focus on.  Sometimes the busy pace of our lives can leave us so frazzled we crash and burn before we ever see it coming.  Burnout is a natural consequence of a life that becomes so full and busy that there’s no ... Read More »

Why you’re always bloated, plus 7 foods for a flatter tummy

Just how much bloating is normal? First, consider what causes bloating: gas. The intestine normally contains gas that was either swallowed by a patient or produced by the bacteria that lives in the intestine, Dr. Abdullah Shatnawei, a gastroenterologist at the Cleveland Clinic, told Fox News. He noted that flatulence anywhere from around 10 to 20 times a day is ... Read More »

Americans are having less sex than they did before

A new study released by the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that US adults are having less sex than they did during the 1990s, partially due to higher numbers of unpartnered individuals, who tend to have sex less often than their married counterparts. Drops in sexual frequency were noted across gender, race, region, educational level and work status, but sex among people ... Read More »