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Forget colored lenses; now get blue or green eyes

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New Delhi -- Soraya (name changed) from Iran was not very happy with her natural brown eyes. But the 20 something now flashes startling green eyes.

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08/15/13
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Canshala : A school of hope for kids with cancer

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Mumbai -- It's called Canshala and is an island of peace and learning for a group of ailing children for whom education had, at one stage, become a distant dream due to their treatment for life-threatening cancer.

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08/08/13
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Indian-American doctors to hold healthcare meet in Ahmedabad

Chicago -- An influential body of Indian-American physicians plans to hold a healthcare summit aimed at bringing innovative, efficient and cost effective world-class healthcare solutions India in Ahmedabad in January next year.

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08/01/13
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Lifestyle, stress leads to rising acidity in youngsters

New Delhi -- Did you know that your child's recurring throat infection could be because of acidity? For reasons that are lifestyle-related and, therefore, well within our control, occurrence of acidity among youngsters is rising steadily and should be addressed with a visit to the doctor if it hampers daily life to avoid its long-term implications.

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08/01/13
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Six Non-Dairy Milk Alternatives

1.  ALMOND: often lower in calories and sugar than other milk alternatives, it is high in vitamin E and low in protein.

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07/29/13
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Indian-American doctors launch heart-disease education networks

Washington -- With heart disease emerging as the number one killer among Indians, an ethnic doctors' group has launched educational "Networks" to foster high quality medical education of Asian Indian origin physicians in the US.

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07/29/13
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Lack of exercise makes Indian bones weaker

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Panaji -- Indian bones are conventionally weaker, deformed and more osteoporosis-prone compared to Americans or Britons, say leading knee replacement surgeons who participated in a knowledge-sharing exercise here on replacement surgeries.

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07/25/13
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Schizophrenia is treatable: Needs early diagnosis

Gurgaon/New Delhi -- A 55-year-old man from Gurgaon did not interact with anyone for 15 years apart from the one day every month he stepped out of his house to withdraw money from the bank and pick up groceries. Due to delusions he claimed he was a US intelligence agent and told some people he personally knew former president George Bush.

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07/18/13
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Mint chutney spices up kids’ ‘state dinner’ at White House

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Washington --  Healthy lunch recipes like "Kickin, Colourful, Bell Peppers" and "Lentil Spinach Soup and Mint Chutney" won five Indian-American kids invitations to kids' "state dinner" at the White House that President Barack Obama crashed.

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07/10/13
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Indian scientists use neem protein to fight cancer

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Kolkata -- The medicinal power of the humble neem, widely used in India as an insecticide and germicide, is now being channelised by a group of Kolkata scientists to wage a war against cancer.

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07/10/13
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