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Eating walnuts daily may lower ‘bad’ cholesterol

16 Sep 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

A growing body of scientific research suggests that walnuts which are high in omega-3 fatty acids may protect against heart disease. Over the years, a number of studies have investigated whether consuming walnuts might reduce cardiovascular risk factors. For instance, Read More
Women ‘marry’ local trees

13 Sep 2021 Foreign Affairs News Correspondent

Over 70 women have “married” trees to protest against their deforestation in the UK. the environmental organisers planned the ceremony in response to a planning application that is set to build 166 apartments where 74 mature trees currently reside in Read More
ABBA backs after 40 years with new album, will perform virtual stage show

3 Sep 2021 Foreign Affairs News Correspondent

Swedish pop icons ABBA are coming back with two new songs “I Still Have Faith in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down” in four decades, along with a concert performance that will see the “Dancing Queen” quartet going entirely digital. The album Read More
‘Work is work’: Afghan ex-minister now delivers food in Germany

1 Sep 2021 Agence France-Presse

He was once a minister in Afghanistan but quit, fed up with the corruption. Now in Germany, Sayed Sadaat is making a living delivering meals as a bicycle courier. For six hours on weekdays and from noon to 10pm on Read More
Numismatic gifts have enduring value

21 Aug 2021 Arun Ranjit

Numismatics is the study or collection of currency, including coins, tokens, paper money, medals and related objects. The word Numismatics is a French word “numismatiques,” borrowed from the Latin word “numismatis.”  The English term “numismatics” was first used in 1829, and it was Read More
Qatar to unveil world’s first park with air-conditioned paths

20 Aug 2021 Foreign Affairs News Correspondent

Qatar is planning to introduce the world’s first air-conditioned paths park. According to an official from Qatar’s Public Works Authority Ashghal, the Umm Al Seneem Park is the first project of its kind in the world that spans over 130,000 Read More
Moderate drinking may be safe for people with cardiovascular disease

5 Aug 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

Surviving a heart attack, stroke, or angina provides a person an opportunity to take stock of the daily choices they make regarding their health. One of these choices for people with CVD who drink alcohol may involve reconsidering the role Read More
Israel to gradually raise retirement age for women from 62 to 65

3 Aug 2021 Foreign Affairs News Correspondent

The Israeli government decided to gradually raise the retirement age for women from 62 to 65, the finance ministry said, Trend reports citing Xinhua. According to the new decision, the retirement age for women in Israel will increase by four Read More
Interesting Fact

28 Jul 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

NYC surgeon, beauty-queen wife settle divorce; claimed led double life as wife & call girl

28 Jul 2021 Foreign Affairs News Correspondent

With report of Priscilla DeGregory and Tamar Lapin in NY Daily News A bitter divorce between a top New York City spine surgeon and his beauty-queen wife (a former Miss Connecticut USA) was quickly settled Monday- after he filed court papers Read More