Thursday, September 10, 2015

Quick notes: Heart in the gut, US-bound Doctors...

  • Stomach Bacteria Shape Cardiac Health: Bacteria living in a person's gastrointestinal tract can influence the health of their heart by affecting their weight, blood lipids and cholesterol levels


  • Return to India: Govt may not issue US-bound Doctors the "No Obligation To Return To India" certificate any more.


  •  'Around 7-8 men raped us in a day sometimes': Nepalese rape victims rescued from Saudi diplomat's house speak out


  • Arab 'refugees': US to increase number of refugees by 5K next year


  • Hate crime: Elderly Sikh-American brutally assaulted in US, called 'Bin Laden'


  • India needs multi-lingual policy: Current language policy of the European Union holds a classic testimony on how linguistic diversity should be celebrated and not cursed.


  • Cleaner way: Gurgaon to mark September 22 as 'car-free day'


  • Wetland destruction: Govt. cancels allotment of land for thermal plant, resumes land to the same company for setting up industrial zone.


  • Get grounded: Meditation Techniques For People Who Hate Meditation


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