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Man plays guitar during seven-hour brain surgery

AN INDIAN man has been filmed casually strumming his guitar as surgeons operated on his brain during a seven-hour surgery. Abhishek Prasad, 37, was being treated for a neurological condition that caused his fingers to cramp, rendering his hands useless. According to Asian News International , shortly after the man left his job to pursue his musical passions full time, he began to get severe pain in his fingers. He had been practising up to four hours a day, and it took doctors some time to determine the issue was not with…

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Milind Soman ditched the gym for super stamina and fitness. This is his secret

When you talk of Indian supermodels, invariably it is Milind Soman that comes to mind first. We all remember that moment in 1995 when he emerged out of a box that said Made In India and swept pop star Alisha Chinai off her feet — along with the rest of Indian women. That was also the year he retired from modelling and shifted to TV serials and later, to movies. Then, on July 19, 2015, he completed the Ironman Triathlon in Zurich, that required a person to do a 3.8-km…

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Men Need To Masturbate 21 Times A Month To Ward Off Life-Threatening Ailments!

For all those men who take pleasuring themselves into their own hands, we’ve got some news for you to get off on. A study conducted by Harvard University, published in the European Urology revealed that ejaculating 21 times a month reduced your risk of developing prostate cancer!  In fact, in some cases, the chances of developing prostate cancer was slashed by up to a third! The study showed a significant reduction in prostate cancer for men who masturbated frequently. The study consisted of a questionnaire that was given to 31,925 men over an…

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Not all cancers need immediate treatment

The biopsy shows cancer, so you have to act fast, right? Not necessarily, if it’s a prostate tumor. Men increasingly have choices if their cancer is found at an early stage, as most cases in the US are. They can treat it right away or monitor with periodic tests and treat later if it worsens or causes symptoms. Now, long-term results are in from one of the few studies comparing these options in men with tumors confined to the prostate. After 20 years, death rates were roughly similar for those who had…

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This 33-YO Fitness Model With Six-Pack Abs Is Six Months Pregnant

This 33-year-old Instagram star and fitness model is expecting her second child. Sarah Stage, recently shared a progress picture to mark six months of pregnancy, but  her baby bump is hidden behind a tight set of abs and people are baffled. 4 days post baby 🐣 . Total pregnancy weight gain was 28 pounds. I'm excited to resume my workouts in 5 weeks!! #JamesHunter #HealthyBaby #GrannyPanties. #postpartum A post shared by MY FITNESS EBOOK AVAIL NOW 👇🏼 (@sarahstage) on Apr 19, 2015 at 7:20pm PDT Comments on the Instagram post…

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More Evidence Coffee Is Really Good For You

Java drinkers, rejoice: Two new studies affirm your obsession. Research published Tuesday in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine found an association between coffee and good health. The results from both studies suggest that the more coffee you drink, the lower your risk of dying from illnesses like heart disease. The benefits were the same for both decaf and caffeinated coffee. In one study, researchers examined data from 185,000 people across multiple populations, including African Americans, Japanese Americans, Native Hawaiians, Latinos and whites, over a 16-year period. Researchers looked at individuals’ coffee consumption…

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Tall Men Have Increased Risk Of Aggressive Prostate Cancer according to a study

Men who are tall have an increased risk of developing and dying from aggressive prostate cancer, a new study has found. With every additional 10cm of height, the risk of high grade disease and death from prostate cancer increased by 21% and 17% respectively. The study, by University of Oxford researchers, also found men with a high BMI or large waist circumference were at risk. Every 10cm increase in waist circumference increased the risk of death from the disease by 18% and the risk of high grade cancer by 13%. Dr Aurora Perez-Cornago, the lead author, said:…

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For Your Chaat Cravings, Head to Panditji’s Padam Chaat Corner in Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk is the hub of street food in Delhi and talking about street food, gol gappas and chaat are probably the first things that come to your mind. The famous pani puri or gol gappa is familiar to almost every Indian and because of the different ways in which it is served in different regions, it has many names. Being easily available on the streets, you may wonder what more could a golgappa wala offer other than a crisp fried puri filled with a mixture of flavored water, tiny potato chunks and chickpeas but a mere visit to Padam Chaat…

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Here’s a secret Korean BBQ spot in Mumbai…A must visit for foodies

Having taken my first step out of the lift, it felt like I had just unknowingly teleported – I was in Korea. No long flight, just an elevator trip up to the 27th floor. The blaring of a Korean soap opera and the heavenly sound of imported Pork Belly sizzling on a griddle beckoned me through the open door of a spacious apartment. Only, it looked nothing like an apartment on the inside. Neat tables full of chattering Koreans occupied the large living room, and the 12 foot balcony windows…

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This Woman Takes A Photo Of Herself Every Day For 1 Year Long… The End Is Disturbing!

A woman takes a photo of herself each day for a year long… At the end, the woman is holding a paper on which is written: “Help me, I don’t know if I’ll make it ’till tomorrow.” This is a Croatian campaign against domestic abuse. If you are or you know someone who is a victim of domestic abuse, you need to do something… no one can help you if you don’t help yourself by talking about it! Please share with others to help raise awareness.  

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Girl gets ‘hamburger disease’ after eating McDonald’s burger: Just what is it?

Recently, a story about a 4-year-old girl diagnosed with ‘hamburger disease‘ after eating a burger with a possibly undercooked patty has caused some buzz online about the foodborne illness. While most people are generally aware of the risks that eating undercooked meat poses, how much do we actually know about this ‘hamburger disease’ and how it works? Let’s look at some facts: The medical name for ‘hamburger disease’ is Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) and it is a life-threatening condition that damages the kidneys, according to Verywell HUS often occurs after a person…

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Health vlogger eats poisonous plant on livestream, and you’ll totally believe what happens next

In the fascinating world of second-tier YouTube health vlogging, chemicals bad and plants good. Only, that doesn’t work so well when the plant in question is Agave Americana, a Mexico-dwelling poisonous plant that can easily kill a human. A Chinese vlogger known as “Zhang” thought that eating a giant aloe vera leaf on camera would be her key to success. She fired up a livestream with two large leaves, both of which looked close to aloe vera, which is known for its medicinal properties (although eating the plant raw still isn’t a…

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