Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2020’

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    Chinese region declared preventive alert after confirming a case of bubonic plague

    After a pastor in Inner Mongolia became infected, health officials issued a level three alarm to ban the hunting and consumption of animals that can transmit the virus, famous for causing nearly 50 million deaths in the Middle Ages. The patient is in quarantine and …

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    “Covid-19 may be just one of many pandemics,” says WWF

    A WWF report warns of steps to take to prevent a new pandemic like Covid-19. Recently, WWF published a report in which it warns that “if we do not take immediate action, Covid-19 may be just one of many pandemics.” The name of the report …

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    Akshay Kumar starrer Bellbottom becomes the first film to begin shooting after lockdown

    “Directed by Ranjit M. Tewari and written by Aseem Arrora and Parveez Shaikh, the schedule of the movie ‘Bellbottom’ is set to begin from August 2020. The entire team will be heading to the UK for the same”, said a press release. The coronavirus pandemic …

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    Four Indian filmmakers to showcase diversity at IFFM

    Kabir Khan, Rima Das, Onir, and Imtiaz Ali will collaborate with selected Victorian filmmaking teams to mentor and then shoot four short films on the themes of race, disability, sexuality, and gender. All the four different shorts will be compiled into one film entitled ‘My …

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    Eliminate Carbohydrates for People with High Cholesterol

    For decades, people diagnosed with familial hypercholesterolemia have been advised to decrease the amount of saturated fat to lower cholesterol and reduce their risks of heart disease. Such recommendations are common but controversial. A new study shows no evidence to support those claims and correlates …

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    Benefits of Meditation while Working from Home

    Working from home brings many benefits. You can actually work on your own schedule, cook healthier meals, and eat with your family. But it’s not so easy for the ones working from home for the first time. Many are taking up practices like yoga and …

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    Fan dedicates a Star after Sushant Singh Rajput

    Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden demise has shocked the nation. The 34-year-old actor died by committing suicide on June 14, 2020. His family, friends, and fans were left devastated by the death of the young and talented actor. The actor’s fans are still mourning the loss …

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    Face Masks critical in preventing the spread of Covid-19: Study

    The researchers studied the trend and easing procedures in China, Italy, and New York and found the use of masks reduced the number of infections by a huge number. “Our results clearly show that airborne transmission via respiratory aerosols represents the dominant route for the …

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  • Domestic Violence

    If you are experiencing domestic violence, these South Asian organizations can help.

    National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 New York City: New Jersey: Bay Area: San Francisco: Boston: Connecticut: Georgia: Houston: Illinois: Seattle:

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  • Online Family Resources For a Summer in Shutdown

    Online Family Resources For a Summer in Shutdown

    The summer of 2020 will likely be remembered as one of canceled travel plans, socializing via Zoom, and keeping children busy. For parents who may be working from home or used to children away at summer camp, having the entire family stuck inside can be …

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