Category Archives: Lifestyles

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Health experts say Water Pipe smoking harmful than cigarettes

World health experts warned that smoking water pipes can be more harmful than cigarettes.

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Smell like a whopper with Burger King’s scents

For hamburger aficionados who can’t get enough of it, Burger King has an answer: a grilled burger-scented fragrance.


CT Scans don’t lessen heart attack risks

A study finds that people who see a doctor for chest pain are not risk-free from heart attacks being hospitalized when checked by a fancy type of CT scan

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Study: Spending on arts boosts prosperity

Far from sapping public resources, spending on the arts has positive long-term effects on the economy, a new German study found Tuesday.

Frozen Food

7 common food that have added sugar

Sugar can be hidden in lots of other common packaged foods.

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Study: Extra Oxygen to immune cells may help fight Cancer

A study in mice suggests something as simple as breathing in extra oxygen might give immune cells a boost in fighting cancer.


D&G pays tribute to Milan moms

Model Bianca Balta won applause of approval as she walked down the Dolce&Gabbana runway in an advanced stage of pregnancy. It was part of the designing duo’s early Mother’s Day present to women, a collection dedicated to mom.


Passat voted Car of the Year

The large family car Volkswagen Passat has been voted car of the year by European automotive editors at the Geneva International Motor Show.

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Fashionable or geeky? – The modern watch dilemma

It’s Milan fashion week, you’ve got tickets to the catwalk shows and an outfit to die for, but which watch to wear? A chunky smartwatch or chic ticker that can’t tell the time?


Porsche Classic brings out new navigation radio for classic sports cars

Classic on the outside yet ultra-modern on the inside: with its newly developed navigation radio, Porsche is responding to the growing demand for a built-in device for classic sports cars. The purpose-built unit combines the style of yesteryear with the benefits of modern technology. It fits perfectly into the DIN-1 slot that has been used in the sports cars for decades and is operated by means of two knobs, six discreetly integrated buttons and a touch-sensitive 3.5-inch display.