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Xiaomi Launches ‘Made in India’ Mi Power Bank 2i Range, Unveils Third Manufacturing Facility

HIGHLIGHTS Mi Power Bank 2i range comes in 10000mAh and 20000mAh capacities Prices of Mi Power Bank 2i start at Rs. 799 Xiaomi’s third Indian facility has over 500 workers Days after teasing a new “i” product, Xiaomi on Tuesday launched the Mi Power Bank 2i lineup as its very first ‘Made in India’ power banks in the country. The Chinese company has Read More


OnePlus 5T Launched in India via Amazon.in; Price Starts at Rs. 32,999

OnePlus 5T price in India starts at Rs. 32,999 for the 6GB RAM variant HIGHLIGHTS OnePlus 5T price starts at Rs. 32,999 It goes on sale today at 4:30pm IST on Amazon India The open sales start from November 28 The OnePlus 5T has been launched in India, going on sale at 4:30pm IST via Amazon India only for Prime Read More


Gionee F6, F205 Bezel-Less Smartphones Teased Ahead of November 26 Launch

HIGHLIGHTS The teasers confirm bezel-less display panels of Gionee F6 and F205 One of the teasers reveals upcoming smartphone range A TENAA listing showcases Gionee F205 While the official launch is just a few days away, Gionee has teased the F6 and F205 bezel-less smartphones through its official Weibo account. The smartphone are expected to be two out of eight that will be Read More


Encouraging Lifestyle Changes After Treatment for Prostate Cancer

In a preliminary study, researchers looked at options for encouraging lifestyle changes after treatment for prostate cancer. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that sits just below the bladder in men and encases the urethra (outflow tube from the bladder). Its function is to make the fluid contained in semen. As men age, there is an increased risk of developing Read More


National Day round-up: celebrations span arts, culture and lifestyle experiences in the UAE

In addition to commemorating the UAE’s unification – and rejoicing over the long weekend – National Day celebrations typically involve a host of deals, discounts, activities and events. Here are some you can experience this year. ART Syrian artist Ghiath Lahham has created Emirates Falcon, limited-edition artworks mounted on silkscreens, which capture the glory of the UAE’s national bird. The digital prints Read More


EMERY DEFENDS ‘RESPONSIBLE’ NEYMAR OVER LIFESTYLE CRITICISM

Unai Emery defended Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar from criticism of his lifestyle after the Brazil international was spotted partying in London. Neymar was a part of the Brazil team which drew 0-0 with England at Wembley on Tuesday and followed that match by enjoying the nightlife in the country’s capital, being photographed alongside actress Demi Lovato. Neymar 13/2 UCL top Read More


Beware, your love for energy drinks may damage your health

A new review of current scientific knowledge on energy drinks found their advertised short-term benefits can be outweighed by serious health risks, which include risk-seeking behaviour, mental health problems, increased blood pressure, obesity and kidney damage. The study also highlighted the worrying trend of mixing energy drinks with alcohol. Previous research suggested that energy drinks can be fatal for those with heart Read More


Gut bacteria holds the key to solving Crohn’s disease

Fixing the balance of gut bacteria by introducing a specific kind of “good” bug could help treat Crohn’s disease, a painful, inflammatory bowel condition that affects millions worldwide, said researchers. Symptoms of Crohn’s disease include frequent diarrhea, fever, cramping, fatigue, rectal bleeding and unexplained weight loss. Previous research said that gut bacteria can be useful in ageing well and losing weight. The cause Read More


Ladies, have you been stressed lately? You are at greater risk of obesity

Women, who have recently experienced one or more traumatic events or those who have undergone several negative events in the last few years, are at a higher risk of developing obesity, warns a new study. Such events may also enhance cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, stroke, diabetes and cancer. A recent study said that underweight or obese women are more Read More


New moms, take note: Breastfeeding could reduce eczema risk in children

Breastfeeding could reduce the risk of eczema in children, according to new research into the impact of programmes designed to support new mothers in feeding their babies. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that babies should be fed just breast milk for six months to help protect them from infection, prevent allergies and provide nutrients and energy. But many women Read More