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London, Sep 14 (PTI) Drinking coffee or tea regularly may lower death risk in women who suffer from diabetes, a study claims.
More than 80 per cent of the world’s adult population consume caffeine daily, mostly from coffee and tea. Average daily coffee consumption is between 100 milligrammes (mg) and 300 mg per day, depending on age and country.
Many studies have shown a beneficial effect of drinking coffee on the risk of death from all causes in the general population, but little is known about the role of caffeine on mortality in people with diabetes.
Researchers including those from the University of Porto in Portugal examined the association between varying levels of caffeine intake and mortality in over 3,000 men and women with diabetes from the 1999 to 2010.
Participants reported their caffeine intake from coffee, tea, and soft drinks when they entered the study using 24-hour dietary recalls – structured interviews to accurately assess intake for the previous 24 hours.
Over the course of the 11-year study, 618 people died.
The researchers found that women with diabetes who consumed up to 100mg per day – one regular cup of coffee – were 51 per cent less likely to die than those who consumed no caffeine.
Women who consumed 100-200mg per day had a 57 per cent lower risk of death compared with non-consumers, and for those consuming over 200mg per day – 2 regular cups of coffee – the reduced risk of death was 66 per cent.
No beneficial effect of caffeine consumption was noted in men with diabetes.
There was a decrease in cancer related mortality among women that consumed more caffeine from tea.
When divided into four groups of tea consumption (zero, low, medium, high), the high caffeine from tea consumers had an 80 per cent reduced risk of cancer compared with women with zero caffeine consumption from tea.
It’s finally here! Ever since the first poster of Ekta Kapoor’s Ragini MMS Returns was unveiled, fans of the horror franchise were eagerly waiting to see the trailer of the third part, which will not be a movie, but a web series, which will be streamed on AltBalaji, the digital venture of Ekta’s production company, Balaji. And now that the trailer has finally been dropped upon us today, it has got everyone talking. Because it offers less of horror and a LOT of steamy scenes. The first two parts of the franchise were also high on sex scenes, but they were not in your face, because they were films and had to go through the censor board. But now that Ragini MMS Returns will be streamed on a digital platform, the makers have gone all out with the explicit scenes.
Ragini MMS Returns features internet’s latest hot sensation Karishma Sharma as the female lead, while Siddharth Gupta plays the male lead. Riya Sen is kind of making a comeback to acting with this one, but she doesn’t feature very prominently in the trailer. TV actor Nishant Malkani also is a part of the web series. Check out the trailer of Ragini MMS Returns right here:
Ahmedabad, September 14: The fare of the journey between Mumbai and Ahmedabad of High-Speed Bullet Train is expected to cost Passengers between Rs 2700 to Rs 3000, reported Zee News. The ambitious project is likely to cost more than Rs. one lakh crores in five years.
After the laying stone of High-Speed Bullet Train, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the project will take five years for its completion. The project will be built with joint funding of India and Japan. Japan will provide a loan of Rs. Eighty-Eight Thousand Crore at the interest of 0.1 Percent per annum.
The Prime Minister said that this high-speed railway would not only bring two cities closer but also bring the people living hundreds of kilometres away, closer to each other. He said a new economic system is being developed along the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor, and the entire area would become a single economic zone.
The Prime Minister said technology is useful only if it provides benefit to the common man. He said the technology transfer envisaged in this project will benefit Indian Railways, and boost the “Make in India” initiative. He said the project would be eco-friendly as well as human-friendly. He said “high-speed corridors” would be regions for rapid growth in the future.
Salt can provide relief relief from back pain. Over time, our ways of living have also changed. In today’s time, people often feel exhausted and thus suffer from back pain. However the pain can also be due to regular use of a computer or laptop. Back pain becomes a deterrent is completing daily works. Here are some ways of using which you can get rid of pain problem.
1- If you are feeling pain in back, then boil some water and add some salt in it and mix it well. Now put towel in it and place it on your back after removing excessive water from it, then you will feel relief from the back pain.
2- If you want to get rid of pain of your waist, then mix some orange or coconut oil or a few garlic buds in it, then keep this oil on pan and heat well. Now massage your waist with this oil.
3- You can also get rid of pain of your waist by using salt.
Take some salt and give heat to it and now this salt put in cotton clothes and place it on your back. It will also give relief from pain.
4- The use of carom seeds can also give relief from the pain of waist. Heat the carom seeds on the pan and grind it and chew it.
This will relieve the pain.
5- Include calcium diets in your diet. Salt can provide relief.
New Delhi, Sep 13: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today said that its student wing — the Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) — has won 25 student union posts in several Delhi University colleges, including bagging the president’s post in two institutes.
The CYSS fielded its candidates in 28 colleges and won 25 seats. It did not participate in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) polls for the second consecutive year.
Trisha Beniwal of Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences and Akhilesh Yadav of Kirori Mal College won the president’s post in their respective college.
Its candidates bagged the vice-president’s post in four colleges, the party said.
The CYSS bagged the post of secretaries and joint secretaries in nine and four institutes, respectively.
ept 14: Petrol and diesel prices were up yet again on Thursday, September 14, after a marginal fall on Wednesday. With dynamic pricing in place, petrol prices rose by Rs 0.04 on Thursday, taking the cost in Mumbai to Rs 79.5 per litre, just a little below Rs 80. In Delhi, the petrol price went up to Rs 70.39 per litre from Wednesday’s Rs 70.35. Even as the Centre has refused to interfere in fuel pricing, Bharatiya Janata Party MP Subramanian Swamy has said the government must bring down the fuel costs.
Swamy urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reduce the fuel prices. Swamy said that people were being affected by constant rise in fuel prices and the Prime Minister must step in to bring the petrol, diesel prices down. He also added that he was willing to help the government in chalking out a strategy for bringing down the fuel price.
The Uttar Pradesh education ministry suspended an Aligarh based government school teacher for posting “anti-national and anti-government comments” on his Facebook account. Dharmendra Kumar, a 35 year old Dalit, posted at a primary school in Alipur locality, Bijauli block, has been asked to explain his stance,