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#13 warnings signs of psychological sickness in Kids which all parents should know

If your Kid has tried to harm themselves deliberately     Your kid hurts or bullies other kids If your child is having a hard time at school If your kid not socialize Frequent mood swings Feel passionate emotions like severe fury or terror Lack of motivation Finds it difficult to focus Not having sound sleep at night or repeatedly has nightmares Your child facing plenty physical complaints like aches, pains, anxiety Don’t bother about the look at all Your kid thinks too much about their weight, their body image,…

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#Men should have these 7 food for improved sex life

Few people know that food have a vital role in not just keeping away you from number of ailment but it also help in taking care of numerous physical problems. Sometimes diseases can even be cured by including the correct foods in your diet. As  per food nutritionist if in you eat foods which contains phytosterols, zinc, L-Arginine etc,it can not just refine the quality of  your sperm count but also the calibre of your sperm and production of superior sperms Study also shows that having diet rich in anti-oxidants…

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#Apple hired only 6,000 people last year – its slowest expansion since 2009

Apple reported its first annual revenue decline since 2001 on Tuesday. And because there was less money coming in, Apple hired fewer people last year. Apple says it had 116,000 full-time employees in a filing with the SEC published on Wednesday. In 2015, Apple had 110,000. That means Apple only hired 6000 full-time employees last year. In fact, last year Apple was the company’s slowest headcount growth since the depths of the recession in 2009, when it only had 24,300, up 2,300 employees from 2008. These figures include Apple’s large retail operation. Apple…

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#Sebi to step in to look into Mistry’s ouster for possible breach of corporate governance rules

Cyrus Mistry’s ouster can be one of the biggest corporate shake up in recent times and now making the news bigger is markets regulator Sebiwhere the regulator is keeping a close tab on the high profile Tata-Mistry case and will look into any possible breach of corporate governance norms and listing regulations at the listed companies of over USD 100 billion conglomerate. “We are taking note of each and every development and will act immediately if there is any hint of possible violation of corporate governance and listing norms or any…

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#Diwali gift for NCR : Delhi-Noida DND Flyway is toll free

The DND Flyway – which is one of the better-run toll plazas – connects Delhi on the west bank of the Yamuna with Noida and East Delhi. In a huge relief for commuters in the national capital and its outskirts, the Allahabad High Court today declared the Delhi-Noida-Delhi (DND) Flyway toll-free. The court said its order is applicable with immediate effect. The DND Flyway – which is one of the better-run toll plazas – connects Delhi on the west bank of the Yamuna with Noida and East Delhi. It has…

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#Woman got HIV after getting her nails done using shared manicure equipment

Most of us know that HIV is transmitted via sexual intercourse, needle sharing and blood transfusion. But did you know that you can also get it through the seemingly harmless act of sharing manicure equipment. A 22-year-old woman was diagnosed with HIV after having her nails done using shared manicure equipment. Doctors say the case, detailed in a medical journal, has revealed a new form of transmission for the virus. However the researchers warned that transmission through shared manicure equipment is a ‘very rare event’ and the risks of infection…

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#Test Star Sabbir Rahman’s raunchy ad banned in Bangladesh

Bangladesh cricket have pulled a raunchy advert starring new Test star Sabbir Rahman and a model following social media outrage in the religiously conservative country, an industry official said Tuesday. The advert has been airing on television since August but drew fresh attention this week after Sabbir’s superb batting brought the nation agonisingly close to its first-ever victory over England. The advert shows Sabbir holed up inside his house drinking a nonalcoholic malt beverage called Oscar before being discovered by the model who is dressed as a policewoman. The model…

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#15 Small Things Parents Should Do To Their Children Every Day To Make Them Feel Loved

Can you memorize what made you feel loved when you was a kid? It. May be a great time with your parents, vacations, being helped with homework and telling them a few secrets. Now as a parent, are you making the effort to make your kids experience loved? Frequently, it is the little things that make the difference. Here are some ways to make your kids experience loved. When you become grandparents, you will feel very special that they still remember that small things. 1. Switched off your smartphone Always turn…

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#Think Twice : before posting anything online about your baby

Almost 92% of two-year-olds already have a online presence, and about one-third first appear within their first 24 hours of life. Now, pediatricians have warned that what parents share with others about their children in today’s digital age presents new and unanticipated risks. Researchers from the University of Florida said pediatricians should educate parents of the negatives regarding creating their children’s digital footprints. It’s typical for adults to mention a child’s name and birthdate in birth announcements and other posts on sites like Facebook and Instagram, for instance, which puts…

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#The best country in the world to be a girl- It is not Australia

A NEW ranking of 144 countries based on an analysis of issues that affect girls and young women has placed Sweden at the top of the list. But Australia is far from second place. According to a new report by international children’s rights group Save the Children, Australia has come in at number 21, falling behind countries such as Serbia and Slovenia. Finland, Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium round out the top five. A number of high-income countries have performed considerably worse than may be expected, with the UK coming in…

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