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The route to her heart

Yao Zhen went the extra mile, literally, to propose to his girlfriend Zhuang Jiewei.Photo provided to Shanghai Star Spreading the love Urban jungle to vertical forest Yao Zhen wanted his proposal to his girlfriend to be extra special, so he hit ... CHINAdaily.com.cn, 13 minutes ago

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CSR is a huge opportunity for Korean companies to earn goodwill and win the hearts of people in India

October 31, 2014 Last Updated at 12:06 IST The large presence of Korean companies in India is set to become bigger in view of the sea change in the economic and business environment following the installation of the new government in this country. I see a ...
 Business Standard13 minutes ago Thailand crucial for India's strategic ties with ASEAN: Indian Ambassador Shringla  Times of India2 days ago Food pilgrimage! A gastronomic tour of 7 Indian cities  Rediff.com1 week ago

This Day in Jewish History || A yeshiva head and settler who had a change of heart

Rabbi Yehuda Amital fought for the establishment of Israel but was shattered by his yeshiva's losses in war and began to question the settlement project. October 31, 1924, is the birthdate of Yehuda Amital, the late settler-rabbi who made his mark ...
 Haaretz2 hours ago

Mediterranean-style diet may reduce risk of developing kidney disease

A new research has demonstrated that eating Mediterranean diet which includes fruits, vegetables, fish, legumes, and heart-healthy fats are linked with decreased risk of developing chronic kidney disease.The study showed that dietary patterns that ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago

Living in the heart of Victoria's wheat belt

Birchip, in western Victoria, sits on the divide between the Mallee
 ABC Online2 hours ago
US News & World Report

Hormone Therapy May Up Heart-Related Deaths in Some Prostate Cancer Patients

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Oct. 29, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Giving hormone therapy to men with prostate cancer who also have certain heart problems may increase their odds of dying from a heart-related cause, a new ...
 US News & World Report1 day ago Heart warning for prostate cancer hormone drugs  BootsWebMD18 hours ago Prostate drugs could treble heart death risk  Pharma Field1 day ago
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XINHUA - Doctors perform first heart surgery on foetus in woman's womb in India

Doctors perform first heart surgery on foetus in woman's womb in India Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. NEW DELHI, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- In a medical feat carried out for the first time in India, doctors at a hospital in the southern city of ...
 Namibia Press Agency18 minutes ago Doctors perform first heart surgery on foetus in woman's womb in India  Xinhua News Agency11 minutes ago
Yahoo! News

Royals' success warms outgoing commissioner Selig's heart

Pennsylvania fugitive Eric Frein is captured: ABC Reuters - 4 minutes 15 seconds ago Burkina President Compaore says not resigning, open to talks AFP - 5 minutes ago Expedia's third-quarter profit soars 50 percent Reuters - 5 minutes ago ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News9 hours ago Royals success warms outgoing commisioner Selig's heart  Business Recorder1 hour ago
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Tomatoes are good for heart

PTI Get social The humble tomato is more than a delicious fruit. A new study says that eating it daily could help lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels, thus keeping heart disease at bay. An international team, led by ...
 InToday1 hour ago
Daiji World

Heart diseases affect rural, urban people alike

Toronto, Oct 30 (IANS): People living in rural areas are at no greater risk of dying from heart disease than their urban counterparts, says a study led by an Indian-origin cardiologist. "Our study shows once a patient leaves a hospital, their overall health ...
 Daiji World1 day ago Young heart can heal itself faster  Prokerala3 hours ago Heart's own immune cells can help it heal  Washington University in St. Louis1 day ago Where you live doesn't matter if you have heart disease, study finds  EurekAlert!1 day ago
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