Today health tips: 6 lifestyle modifications to bring down your breast cancer risk

Smoking, alcohol intake, obesity and exposure to light late at night increase your risk of breast cancer © Shutterstock   According to the estimates of World Cancer Research Fund, breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer in women and the second most common among all forms of cancer overall. In 2018 itself, 2 million new breast cancer diagoutlooknoses took place., suggest the findings of this research agency. But what could be the culprit behind the ever-widening base of breast cancer all over the world. Studies on this fatal on this…

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10 Trailblazing Brands That Turn Waste Into the Lifestyle Products You Love!

We are told to conscientiously recycle, reuse or upcycle our waste so that it does not end up in one of the many overflowing landfills. But how practical is all this effort, if thousands of bottles, newspapers, cloth pieces, e-waste articles are discarded every day, and only some are reused? One excellent option here is to rethink waste, as raw materials for home decor items, stationery and daily need products. For example, when you use plastic bottles to manufacture a T-shirt, you reuse whatever is at your disposal and secondly,…

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Lifestyle Retail Brand Tynimo Launches 4th Store In Bengaluru

Bangaluru-based lifestyle retail brand Tynimo has launched its 4th store in HSR Layout in Bengaluru. By April 2020, Tynimo will launch 5 more stores across Bengaluru including an exclusive store at Bengaluru International Airport and other metros across India. Over the next one year, Tynimo plans to launch 35 stores across India. As a part of their expansion plan, Tynimo is inviting applications for the Franchise model. Tynimo, a part of Hansum India group was started as a response to other international lifestyle brands from Japan and China. Founded by…

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Online fashion users expected to grow to 200 million in the next five years: Amar Nagaram, Myntra-Jabong

BENGALURU: “India’s future shopper will be a mobile-first consumer,” said Amar Nagaram, head of Myntra-Jabong, at a panel discussion with retail industry stalwarts during the 20th India Fashion Forum (IFF) held in Bengaluru recently. Flipkart-owned fashion etailer noted that the Myntra app has been ranked as one of the most viewed apps in the country alongside Whatsapp, Instagram and Tiktok, making m-commerce the future of Indian fashion retail. “Data shows that each viewer spends an average of 22 minutes per session on the Myntra app,” said Nagaram.India has the world’s largest population of millennials in absolute…

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What To Watch For At The Democratic Education Town Hall In Pittsburgh

This Saturday, a consortium of education groups is teaming up with MSNBC to host a forum for Democratic Presidential candidates, centered around education issues. The event kicks off at 9:45 and will run most of the day; it will all be livestreamed. The crowd of about 1,000 invitation-only attendees (I’ll be one of them) includes a sampling of teachers and parents, as well as members of unions and civil rights groups. They are largely pro-public education; at least one pro-charter ed reform group (the Center for Education Reform) has put out…

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The 15 richest people in the fashion industry, ranked

Fashion is a $2.5 trillion global industry that has made its leading players, from designers and CEOs to founders and heiresses, very rich. Business Insider has compiled a list of the richest people in the fashion industry, based on Forbes’ Real Time Billionaires ranking – and the top 15 are worth a combined $395.6 billion. The wealthiest person in fashion is Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH, the world’s largest maker of luxury goods that’s behind brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dom Perignon, Christian Dior, and as of November 2019, Tiffany & Co. Arnault is the world’s…

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8 Companies Working To Make Fashion Sustainable

While Forever 21 files for bankruptcy and other fast fashion brands suffer, “sustainability” is increasingly becoming the buzz word in the clothing industry today. “Sustainable fashion” web searches have increased by 66%. Unfortunately, the industry still has a long way to go. It is responsible for over 5% of global carbon emissions, second only to the oil and gas industry. Even more tragic, 87% of produced clothing ends up incinerated or in a landfill. Here are eight companies attempting to move the needle in the fashion industry by making it more sustainable. 1) Sourcing Playground Heather…

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An app that rewards healthy lifestyle

HYDERABAD :  Today, more number of city-dwellers are facing a range of lifestyle-related ailments such as obesity, diabetes, heart diseases, etc. And of late, there has been a renewed interest in exploring the remedies offered by one of the earliest systems of medicine that originated in our country, Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, an ideal human body has a perfect balance of the three doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Generally, a person has one dosha that is dominant. Launched on National Ayurveda Day this year, AyuRiti, an AI-powered app, evaluates your body functions…

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VANWIVES: LOCAL COUPLE DITCHES 9-5 FOR A LIFESTYLE OF ADVENTURE

Jazmyn and Crystal are a Barrie couple who are traveling full-time in a converted Sprinter Van with their two Australian Sheppards Bella & Izzy. With their Youtube channel and Instagram account, the couple has been documenting their travels to provide a window into their adventurous lifestyle. They post videos every week showcasing the beautiful places they visit. View this post on Instagram Enjoying our final days on Canadian soil! We have been gearing up to put many many kms on this van…🌞🌞🌞 📷 @valerieminv A post shared by Jaz & Crystal 🌈 |…

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Massachusetts Passed A New Education Funding Plan. Now What?

Massachusetts’ public school funding formula has changed for the first time since 1993, thanks to a new law passed by the state legislature that adds $1.5 billion to schools, and aims for more equity across the state. How will that money get spent? Former Education Secretary Paul Reville joined Boston Public Radio to break down what happens next. “This will have particular effect in our poorest communities in the commonwealth,” he said. “But just having more money doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to do a good job. It’s how you spend the money that’s…

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