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A budding Silicon Valley in the heart of Indonesia

Biznet Technovillage is an integrated high-tech modern village located in the Cimanggis area of West Java. Comprised of a Tier-3 green data center, plenty of A-grade office space and a full-service business center, the village aims to be the go-to ... Jakarta Post, 1 day ago
Samaylive

Delhi Metro provides medical aid

As many as 1,850 metro commuters suffering from health-related emergencies while traveling in the Delhi Metro trains have been provided with immediate medical assistance by the metro staff since 2012. According to a DMRC spokesperson, the ...
 Samaylive21 hours ago 1,850 got medical help in Metro since 2012  Times of India2 days ago Paramedics go underground  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago 1,850 Delhi Metro commuters provided emergency medical aid  Business Standard India2 days ago

Atlanta LASIK Surgery Center Announces New Locations in Midtown and Decatur

The Atlanta Vision Institute, a laser eye surgery center located in Atlanta, has recently announced two new locations in Metro Atlanta where patients can be seen. Top IntraLase LASIK surgery center the Atlanta Vision Institute has announced that two ...
 PRWeb6 days ago
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Toronto's Metro College of Technology Hosts Paralegal Program Information Nights

Making a mark in the paralegal profession, Metro College of Technology now hosts paralegal training information sessions for anyone interested in the exciting and lucrative field of law. Regulated in the Province of Ontario by the Law Society of ...
 PRWeb2 weeks ago Torontos Metro College of Technology Hosts Paralegal Program Information Nights  Tutorial Finder2 weeks ago
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Heart risk rises among women

KOLKATA: A study on women's cardiac health busts a popular myth — that women are less prone to heart ailments. It says that three out of five women in India develop the risk of heart diseases at an age as early as 35 years. In Kolkata, around 72% ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago 3 out of 5 women develop heart disease risk at age of 35:Study  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Heart disease more likely in six out of 10 women  Times of India3 weeks ago Three out of five women develop heart disease risk at the age of 35  Financial Express3 weeks ago
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Melbourne Age

Heart attack app proves a lifesaver

An Australian life-saving smartphone app is helping heart attack survivors stick to their rehabilitation program and avoid a fatal second bout. The Cloud-based MoTER app, developed by the CSIRO's Australian e-Health Research Centre, takes the ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago CSIRO's heart attack app proving a lifesaver  WA Today2 weeks ago
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Concrete jungle chokes Kolkata

KOLKATA: The city has lost over a quarter of its green cover between 1980 and 2010, more than any metro in the country. During this period, its urban sprawl has increased 4.3 times — from 72.66 sq km to 314.3 sq km, expanding 8 sq km every year. ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

The harm in decriminalizing marijuana in Md.

Regarding the Oct. 1 Metro article Bit of pot won't land you in Md. jail : Will those who made the decision to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana be held responsible for any deaths that result because a person's ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago

DLF Prime Towers- Free Hold Commercial Spaces in the Heart of South Delhi

One of the most awaited commercial properties, Prime Towers from the realty major, DLF is all set to give its customers a premium address in the heart of South Delhi. The building is fully approved and DLF has commenced giving possession of shops ...
 Businessworld India2 weeks ago
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'Why does the govt gives awards to cigarette makers using taxpayers' money?'

Shifting the focus from the individual to the society, the World Heart Day celebrations this year highlight the theme of creating `heart-healthy environments’. A deep dive into the not-so-obvious linkages between government policies and the high risk factors is offered in the book `Know Your Heart: The Hidden Links Between Your Body and The Politics of the State’, written by senior science journalist, Dinesh C Sharma. Sharma offers an easy-to-understand view of the heart disease ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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