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Google and American Medical Association to work together for medical health data challenge
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AMA Collaborates With Google for Solutions of Mobile Technolog...

Google and the American Medical Association (AMA) have together joined hands to invite new solutions for mobile health technology, through wearable devices and applications that can monitor health data and effectively manage chronic diseases. Med India, 2 weeks ago

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Alert! Don't sit for long hours. New studies reveal sitting all day can seriously damage your brain

Yes. You read it right. earlier, we heard that "prolonged standing" is bad for the health. But now, As per the new medical research, it is revealed that "prolonged sitting" is bad for us, too. The scientists from Curtin University in Australia conducted a ...
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Noose the best bet for execution: Centre to Supreme Court

The Narendra Modi government backed continuing to execute the capital punishment by hanging by the neck, over other means, particularly lethal injection. Tuesday it told the Supreme Court that making the process of death penalty comfortable and serene would ...
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PIX: Can you flex and bend like Bhagyashree?

The coy Maine Pyar Kiya actor is giving us fitness goals with her power-packed workout videos and lessons. It's almost three decades since actor Bhagyashree charmed her way into Bollywood and our hearts with Maine Pyar Kiya. She bid goodbye to films post her marriage. But at 49, Bhagyashree's career is anything from over. According to her website, she's a nutritionist and wellness expert certified by the AFPA accredited by American Association of Drugless Practitioners, American ...
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Why this tennis player is suing WTA, ITF

'Payers must have a say in matters involving our health and safety' IMAGE: Madison Brengle of the United States competes.Photograph: Koji Watanabe/Getty Images Madison Brengle filed a lawsuit against the Women's Tennis Association and the International Tennis Federation on Monday seeking damages for injuries she says were caused by the repeated drawing of blood for anti-doping tests.   The 28-year-old American had informed tennis authorities that she suffered from a rare medical ...
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Women who exercise are less likely to get dementia

Turns out, regular exercise and a healthy lifestyle can prevent dementia in women. Padma Lakshmi enjoys a jog on the beach with her daughter. Photograph*: Kind courtesy Padma Lakshmi/Instagram According to a study led by American Academy of Neurology, women with high physical fitness at middle age were nearly 90 per cent less likely to develop dementia decades later, compared to women who were moderately fit. The study measured the women's cardiovascular fitness based on an exercise test.
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5 ways NITI Aayog is using AI to change India

'AI will be bigger than the advent of the Internet or the harnessing of electricity.''India must embrace it with all its might,' says NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Three factors have combined to bring Artificial Intelligence (AI) into widespread application across the global economy -- availability of massively parallel computational resources; development of better algorithms to coordinate the activity of computers engaged in AI; and the availability of ...
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Pakistan's internal politics guides harassment of Indian diplomats

Harassment of Indian diplomats in Pakistan used to be common in the past. Indian diplomats posted in Pakistan would return home after completion of their tour of duty with tales of horrific and obnoxious acts of harassment of their families and children.
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Euthanasia: Countries around the world that practise it legally

On March 9, 2018, The Supreme Court of India has given legal sanction to passive euthanasia in a landmark verdict, permitting 'living will' by patients on withdrawing medical support if they slip into an irreversible coma. See how other countries have ...
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Sports Shorts: India out of final race after loss to Australia

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday  IMAGE: India will take on hosts Malaysia in their fourth match on Wednesday. Photograph: Hockey India/Twitter A listless India went down to Australia 2-4 for their second loss in three matches, pushing them out of the race to reach the final at the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey in Ipoh. Late goals by Ramandeep Singh (52', 53') were only enough to avoid a whitewash against table toppers Australia. Mark Knowles ...
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