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Nike to launch Air Max 270 lifestyle shoe in India

Nike has come up with the announcement of the latest addition to the Nike Air Max series. The NIKE AIR MAX 270 lifestyle shoe, with Nike’s iconic air-sole cushioning, will be released on March 2 in India. While there have been other Nike Air shoes designed explicitly for lifestyle, beginning with the 1987 Air Safari, the shoe features air units Read More


At Europe’s largest lifestyle expo, Indian exporters continue to feel the bite from GST 

“The Government has to deliver on GST and the promises it made. Small traders like us are feeling the pinch of GST quite hard, and it needs to be arrested,” says Shah. (Pic: Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH / Petra Welzel) India packed off the third-largest contingent of exhibitors at the Ambiente 2018, Europe’s largest lifestyle expo on home, decor and living Read More


Two-day lifestyle expo gets under way

Visitors at D’sire, a lifestyle exhibition at A1 Convention hall in Vijayawada.   | Photo Credit: CH_VIJAYA BHASKAR Over 100 designers showcasing custome-made designs Haute couture, exclusive wear, home decor and luxury products are up for grabs at D’sire, a two-day lifestyle exhibition-cum-sale that unfolded at A-1 Convention hall here on Friday. The expo showcases a wide range of collections from Read More


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Upgrade Electronics With a Color Sensor

Color sensors that use LED lights are available as a confident kit, and consumers can use the components in a general kit during various projects. Because RGB color sensors are designed with equipment that produces a variety of tones, users experience bright, bold effects while using the latest sensor products. The intensity of the beam doesn’t decrease while a sensor Read More


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How to Establish an Ongoing Professional Relationship with a Veterinarian

Being a pet owner is almost as stressful as being a veterinarian. Why? Because you both love and care for animals. So, when yours gets sick, you want a compassionate veterinarian that understands what you’re going through. Without further ado, here are a few tips to establishing a good, ongoing professional relationship with a reputable, courteous, caring veterinarian. Start with Read More


Age is just a number: Having a positive attitude towards growing old can reduce risk of dementia

Older persons who have acquired positive beliefs about old age from their surrounding culture are less likely to develop dementia, a study has found. The research, published in the journal PLOS ONE, examined whether culture-based age beliefs influence the risk of developing dementia among older people, including those who carry the high-risk gene variant. “We found that positive age beliefs Read More


Ebola virus can infect reproductive organs of humans

Ebola virus can infect reproductive organs of humans, according to a study conducted on macaques. Prior studies of survivors of the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa have revealed sexual transmission of Ebola virus, and that viral RNA (Ebola virus genetic material) can persist in semen following recovery. While little is known about viral persistence in female reproductive tissues, pregnant Read More


A simple physical performance test can prevent falls in older patients

In elderly hospitalised people, the risk of sustaining a fall can be predicted through an easy physical performance test, suggests a research. A study of 807 older individuals admitted to hospital found that those who had poorer physical function at the time of admission were more likely to fall during their hospital stay; 329 falls occurred in 189 patients, including Read More


It’s a goal! Ball games can boost bone health in school children

Want your child to have stronger bones? Encourage them for ball games or circuit strength training as it may help them to develop stronger bones, a new study has claimed. According to the researchers, eight to ten-year-old school children develop stronger bones, increased muscular strength and improved balance when ball games or circuit training are on the timetable. “Our research Read More


Super pill: This drug could reverse alcohol’s damaging effects on brain

Scientists have found a new pill that could reverse the effects of binge drinking on the brain. The studies of Queensland University of Technology (QUT) researchers in adult mice show that two weeks of daily treatment with the drug tandospirone reversed the effects of 15 weeks of binge-like alcohol consumption on neurogenesis – the ability of the brain to grow Read More