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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 to Get More Free Content Than Any Other Game in Call of Duty History – Report

HIGHLIGHTS Black Ops 4’s free content includes maps and specialists Themed events could allow access to premium maps The game is out on October 12 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out on October 12 and in the run up to this it seems that the game will have a wealth of free content drops, so much so that Activision ... Read More »

Nintendo Kills Nintendo Switch Pre-Owned Games to Combat Piracy: Report

HIGHLIGHTS Nintendo has apparently resorted to banning Nintendo Switch game cards This has been done to combat growing piracy concerns The Nintendo Switch has been in the crosshairs of hackers since launch Nintendo has taken a drastic step to combat piracy on the Nintendo Switch. The hybrid console, while enjoying early success, has been the centre of attention for hackers aplenty ... Read More »

How to control diabetes, study says this magic pill could help reverse the condition

Scientists have developed a less invasive and effective treatment for reversing type 2 diabetes, one that can offer the same benefits as surgery. In a study published in the journal Nature Materials, researchers administered an oral agent in rats to deliver a substance that could temporarily coat the intestine to prevent nutrient contact with the lining in the proximal bowel and ... Read More »

Benefits of apple cider vinegar, your answer to weight loss, diabetes, skin problems

If you are not finding time to exercise and are not able to include healthy foods in your daily diet, an ever expanding waistline is going to be the ultimate result. If this is what you have been facing for quite some time, then apple cider vinegar is the natural drink that can come to your rescue, and help you cut down ... Read More »

Healthy bacteria can be a promising alternative to antibiotics

Antibiotics’ days might be numbered as viruses that kill harmful gut bacteria could represent a real alternative to the traditional medicine. A new clinical study confirmed the safety and tolerability of using bacteria-specific viruses known as bacteriophages to eliminate disease-causing bacteria in the gut. The new treatment could be used in place of antibiotics to rid the gut of harmful ... Read More »

Long-Soaring Smartphone Market Heading to Earth

HIGHLIGHTS After a decade of sizzling growth, smartphone market has suddenly cooled Smartphone sales last year shrank slightly for the first time since 2007 Lack of new features that wow consumers has hit smartphone market After a decade of sizzling growth, the smartphone market has suddenly cooled. Surveys show smartphone sales last year shrank slightly for the first time since ... Read More »

10 parenting secrets to changing kids’ bad behavior

During her time as a Girl Scout leader, an Odyssey of the Mind coach and a playground volunteer, Katherine Reynolds Lewis began noticing something amiss. “The kids seemed more chaotic, less respectful and to have more trouble focusing than I remembered,” Lewis says. She began digging a little deeper and found such statistics as these: A National Institute of Health ... Read More »

How to control hormonal imbalance: Don’t ignore warning signs like low libido, hair fall

Have you been breaking out into a sweat with your face turning red for up to a minute? Or have you been experiencing a sudden rapid heartbeat, hair loss or unexplained anxiety? One of the reasons for these conditions could possibly be a hormone imbalance in your body. But before we get into what you should do about this condition, we need ... Read More »

Delhi govt move to reduce medical cost good, but has to consider reality

There is no doubt that the recent policy of the Delhi government is aimed at bringing down the cost to patient by preferring prescribing drugs from the National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM) and capping profits that hospitals can make on the rest of the drugs and consumables. It also attempts to bring in transparency, for example, by clearly displaying ... Read More »

Legal dilemma, missing details in draft advisory to cap profits of private healthcare providers

The Delhi government this week released an advisory aimed at capping profits of private healthcare providers in the city. The non-enforceable advisory would act as a draft for an amendment to the state’s Nursing Home Rules, giving government the power to cancel licences of erring hospitals. “The draft will be put out in the public domain. And, after a 30-day ... Read More »