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Meet Bhopal's first female auto-driver

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) [India] Sep 17: Talat Jahan, Bhopal’s first female auto-driver has been breaking all societal norms to create an identity for herself.
Jahan, who has been a victim of domestic violence and dowry abuse, first sat on the driver’s seat two months ago after undergoing…

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Sexuality of youth determines extent of substance use

Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 15: Lesbian, gay or bisexual youth, according to a study, are at an increased risk of using multiple substances – such as alcohol, nicotine and marijuana.
The Oregon State University research added that these youth are also at higher risk of polysubstance use, meaning they are…

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Mixed chemicals in cosmetic items can harm women's hormones

Washington DC, [USA] Sep 14 : Turns out, the beauty products you use can negatively affect your Hormones.
A new study has discovered that discovered links between chemicals that are widely used in cosmetic and personal care products and changes in reproductive hormones.
As part of the study, a total of…

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Craft beer, a prehistoric beverage

Washington DC, [USA] Sep 13 : It seems like prehistoric people had a thirst for freshly brewed beer.
A latest study suggest that beer brewing practices existed in the Eastern Mediterranean over five millennia, before the earliest known evidence discovered in northern China.
As part of the study, archeologists analyzed three…

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