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6 Natural Remedies To Remove Tonsil Stones At Home

You may not have heard much of tonsil stones. But if you are plagued by bad breath in spite of good oral habits or experience a sore throat, earache, and an irritable cough without a reason, it’s time to consider the possibility of tonsil stones. Tonsil stones may even leave a bad taste in your mouth. You may also have some difficulty swallowing or feel like there’s something stuck in […]

Parents take note! Excessive use of smartphone impacts teenager’s sleep, mood and mental health

Parents should limit the usage of mobile phones among their children. A new study on child development has revealed that excessive use of smartphone among children and adolescents’ affects their sleep, mood and mental health. The special section of Child Development was edited by Dr Zheng Yan and Dr Lennart Hardell and adds some important information to the research in this area. According to Dr Zheng Yan, there are nearly […]

India’s ethical hackers are rewarded abroad, ignored at home

Kanishk Sajnani did not receive so much as a thank you from a major Indian airline when he contacted them with alarming news — he had hacked their website and could book flights anywhere in the world for free. It was a familiar tale for India’s army of “ethical hackers”, who earn millions protecting foreign corporations and global tech giants from cyber attacks but are largely ignored at home, their […]

Zika virus outbreak in Ahmedabad: Follow these health guidelines to keep yourself safe

Last year after the explosive spread of the Zika virus, several countries including India raised an alert to guard against the spread of the mosquito-born disease. Looks like enough precaution was not taken, as on May 26, World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed the first three cases of Zika virus in India – all of them from the Bapunagar area of Ahmedabad. According to the WHO website, “On 15 May 2017, […]

Mark Zuckerberg Tells Harvard Grads That Automation Will Take Jobs, And It's Up To Millennials To Create More

Mark Zuckerberg finally has his Harvard degree. The Facebook CEO and famous college dropout left the Ivy League university 12 years ago to found the social network, but he returned Thursday to pick up a honorary doctor of laws degree and drop some wisdom on the class of 2017. In prepared remarks provided to The Washington Post ahead of the speech, Zuckerberg called on his alma mater’s newest graduates to […]

Beware of social media platforms! Instagram 'most dangerous' for young people's mental health

A new survey conducted in the UK has shown that Instagram has the most negative impact on young people’s mental health and well-being. The poll conducted by the Royal Society for Public Health (RCPH) found YouTube to have the most positive impact on mental health, followed by Twitter and then Facebook. In the poll, about 1,479 people aged 14-24 were asked a series of questions about whether social media platforms, […]

What is ransomware? Decoding the cyberattack that locked up 100,000 computers

Computers across the world were locked up and users’ files held for ransom when dozens of countries were hit in a cyberattack that targeted hospitals, companies and government agencies. Here’s a look at how malware and ransomware work and what people can do if they fall victim to attacks. What is malware and ransomware? Malware is a general term that refers to software that’s harmful to your computer, said John […]

Want to lower your BP, reduce risk of heart disease? Drink beetroot juice

Drinking beetroot juice regularly can reduce the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure, a new study has found. Researchers at University of Guelph in Canada found that dietary nitrate, a compound found in beetroot juice that dilates blood vessels to decrease blood pressure, may reduce overstimulation of the sympathetic nervous system that occurs with heart disease. Activation of the sympathetic nervous system include elevated heart rate and blood […]

Ransomware Cyber Attack: Hackers Leverage Stolen NSA Tool to Wreak Havoc Worldwide

A global cyber attack leveraging hacking tools widely believed by researchers to have been developed by the US National Security Agency hit international shipper FedEx, disrupted Britain’s health system and infected computers in nearly 100 countries on Friday. Cyber extortionists tricked victims into opening malicious malware attachments to spam emails that appeared to contain invoices, job offers, security warnings and other legitimate files. Private security firms identified the ransomware as […]

Try to stay away from painkillers, warns study

Just a week of painkiller use can elevate the risk of heart attack, warns a new study. According to the study published in The BMJ journal, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to treat pain and inflammation could be raising risk of having a heart attack as early as in the first week of use and especially within the first month of taking high doses of such medication. Previous studies suggested that […]