Saturday, 22 July 2017

Features

The world’s most colourful cities

COLOURS spread happiness and these cities decided to shun drab, grey buildings for some interesting colours. Have a look at some of the most colourful cities in the world and see if you can spot one of Pakistan’s very own cities. Maybe you will be inspired to paint your surroundings. Guanajuato, ...

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This is What Earth will look like in 250 million years

Researchers have predicted that a new megacontinent, Amasia, will form in the next 250 million years. The enormous plates of the earth’s crust have drifted together and apart over hundreds and millions of years. These variations, known as “true polar wander”, are caused by changes in the planet’s mass distribution. ...

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Women tell what kind of men make them orgasm better

There has been a lot of buzz around the female orgasm which was considered a myth few decades back and is now being discussed widely and explored through several studies, among which few have also been controversial by suggesting that it evolved only to assist reproduction. While both partners getting ...

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2017…Year of positivity

2+0+1+7= 10 and if we rule out ‘0’ the remaining number is ‘1’. Number 1 represents the Sun which gives immense energy and power to the Earth and all the living beings. this year is going to be full of opportunities and raised confidence levels. And it is going to ...

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5 LONDON HOTELS VISITED BY CELEBRITIES THAT YOU MUST KNOW

Travelers heading to London are likely in the market for a healthy dose of history and also to stay in Iconic London Hotels – from the Tower Bridge to Kensington Palace, there’s no shortage of it. But the history lesson doesn’t have to end after the walking tour. Many of ...

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Your Obesity May Have Been Determined Before You Were Born

Women who gain excessive weight or develop diabetes during pregnancy are more likely to have obese children even when the babies start out at a normal size, a study suggests. Previous research has linked greater pregnancy weight gain and blood sugar spikes – a hallmark of diabetes – to higher ...

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One sauna bath every day, keeps dementia at bay!

The sense of well-being and relaxation experienced during sauna bathing can help reduce risk of dementia, new research suggests. In a 20-year follow-up study involving 2,000 middle-aged men, the researchers found that men taking a sauna four to seven times a week were 66 per cent less likely to be ...

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Optimistic women may live longer

Women who have a sunny outlook on life may live longer than their peers who take a dimmer view of the world, a recent study suggests. Researchers analyzed data collected over eight years on about 70,000 women and found that the most optimistic people were significantly less likely to die ...

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How does Santa get around the world?

Squeezing down narrow chimneys, moving around without being seen or heard, and delivering presents to 700million children in a single night – it all sounds impossible. So how does Father Christmas do it? One physicist believes she has an answer – and Einstein is the key. Dr Katy Sheen, from ...

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One drink a day may not always keep the doctor away

It’s called “holiday heart” because it happens to binge drinkers who feel a flutter or irregular heartbeat after too many cocktails at parties. But a research review suggests it can happen after just one drink. Conventional wisdom, based on plenty of previous research, is that the occasional glass of wine ...

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