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Outlining Entrance Exams for a Successful Career with iit colleges in india

Breaking the IIT JEE is successfully one of the hardest that any youth can go up against while endeavoring to get instigation into any of these premium specific establishments, starting with the IITs. Here a little piece about the request outline, information about the dates, thus on of the choice test, finally certain vital inputs on the most ideal approach Read More


Could a very low calorie diet ‘cure’ type 2 diabetes?

“Dieting for just eight weeks can reverse your diabetes,” the Daily Mail reports. A small study of 30 people with type 2 diabetes found eight weeks on a very low calorie diet of around 600 to 700 calories a day, followed by a less radical six-month weight control diet, led to significant improvement in blood glucose levels in 12 people. These findings are Read More


Baseline tests for four-year-olds: Ministers forced to make humiliating U-turn after admitting they are ‘unfair’

David Cameron’s government has been pressed into yet another U-turn Getty Ministers have been forced to abandon controversial plans to judge primary schools according to new tests for four-year-olds after admitting that to do so would be “inappropriate and unfair”. The humiliating U-turn came after a study showed that tests offered by the three different providers could not be reliably Read More


Mindfulness may be effective for treating lower back pain

“Meditation could ease the agony of back pain, a study suggests,” the Daily Mirror reports. A US study compared a technique called mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) with usual care and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for long-term non-specific lower back pain. The term “non-specific” refers to when there are no obvious causes, such as a slipped disc. MBSR is based on yoga Read More


Why we need to stop the shock over Sydney’s sky-high property prices

If you think about it as a popularity contest, then it makes perfect sense. Sydney is the sought-after celebrity everyone wants, so its value has shot through the roof. The cost of buying even a tiny slice of Sydney has become as inflated as a Kardashian/Jenner endorsement fee. It’s not fair, it’s literally not worth the money, but it is Read More


These are the suburbs where househunters are getting discounts

When it comes to real estate prices, the only way isn’t always up. There are places across the country where homes sell for less than their advertised price, but savvy househunters need to know where to look. Vendor discounting is the magical percentage between the original asking price of a property for sale by private treaty and the eventual sale Read More


Primary schools accused of ‘social segregation’ by rejecting poorer pupils in favour of children from richer homes

Places at church schools are highly competitive Getty Primary schools in England have been accused of “social segregation” after a report showed more than 1,500 schools were turning away disadvantaged pupils in favour of children from higher-income families. A report from the Sutton Trust found some of the most popular primary schools – particularly faith schools – had complicated oversubscription criteria that actively Read More


Embryos with defective cells ‘can still develop healthily’

“Abnormal cells not a sure sign of baby defects,” reports The Telegraph following the publication of a study on the development of healthy embryos. Embryos containing cells with an abnormal number of chromosomes can still develop into healthy babies, according to researchers from the University of Cambridge. Embryo cells with too many or too few chromosomes can give rise to Read More


Residents and development breathe new life into coastal suburb Labrador

RESIDING in the northern corridor of the Gold Coast, Labrador is fast becoming a paradise for residents seeking an affordable and central suburb that is still within arms’ reach of the beach. Younger families are coming in, attracted to the Broadwater views along with one of the best parks on the Gold Coast — Harley park. While the suburb is Read More


Can HRT in early menopause cut heart disease risk?

“Women who take HRT drugs soon after going through menopause are ‘less likely to suffer heart disease’,” the Daily Mail reports. A new study found that early adopters ofhormone replacement therapy (HRT) might slow their progression towardatherosclerosis (hardening and thickening of the arteries) which can increase the risk ofheart disease, heart attacks or strokes. However, the study in question did not follow Read More