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"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"Coriander, turmeric fall on sluggish demand\\\\\\\"\\\"\"

"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"Following are today's quotations (in Rs): \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nNEW DELHI: Coriander and turmeric prices fell by Rs 100 per quintal in the national capital today following easing demand from retailers and stockists kurkuma amid adequate stocks on higher arrivals from growing regions. \\\\\\\\nCoriander and turmeric traded lower by Rs 100 each to conclude at Rs 7,300-13,800 and Rs 9,800-13,300 per quintal, respectively. \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nMarketmen said slackened demand from retailers and stockists against adequate stocks, mainly pulled down coriander and turmeric prices. \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nCardamom small (kg): Chitridar 550-670, cardamom (colour robin) 550-560, cardamom bold turmeric 590-610, cardamom extra (bold) 690-700 and cloves 560-690. \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nAjwain (per kg) 175-240, black pepper (per kg) 720-850, betel-nut (kg) 260-330, cardamom brown-Jhundiwali (kg) 1,410-1,415 and cardamom brown-Kanchicut (kg) 1,480-1,700. \\\\\\\"\\\"\"

1 year ago

"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"Mental Health |\\\\\\\"\\\"\"

"\"\\\"\\\\\\\" \\\\\\\\nCauses of Frustration Among Youth in Today's World\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Causes \\\\\\\\nYouth, these days, have to combat a lot of emotional stress, tha

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"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"Racial, Ethnic Health Disparities Persist: Report\\\\\\\"\\\"\"

"\"\\\"\\\\\\\" \\\\\\\\nBut infant death rates, numbers of uninsured are improving, government analysis reveals\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\nWebMD News from HealthDay\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\nBy Robert Preidt\\\\\\\\n HealthDay Reporter \\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\nWEDNESDAY, April 27, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- A report card on Americans' health finds that racial and ethnic disparities persist, with significant gaps in obesity, cesarean births and dental care.\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\nBut advances have been made in some important areas, including infant death rates, women smokers and numbers of uninsured, according to a new report from the U.S. Eco GaiaDepartment of Health and Human Services.\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"We have seen important improvements in some health measures for racial and ethnic minority populations since ... 1985,\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" said Dr. J. Nadine Gracia, deputy assistant secretary for minority health and director of the HHS Office of Minority Health.\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"While there has been significant progress in our journey toward health equity, disparities still exist and we must remain vigilant in our efforts to end health disparities in America,\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" Gracia added in an agency news release.\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\nThe 39th annual report on the nation's health was prepared by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics. \\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\nHighlights include:\\\\\\\\n Regarding infant mortality among five ethnic\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/racial groups analyzed, the difference between kurkumin the highest (blacks) and lowest (Asian\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/Pacific Islander) infant death rates narrowed from 9.41 deaths per 1,000 live births in 1999 to 7.21 in 2013. Among women, the divide between the highest (white) and lowest (Asian) rates of current cigarette smokers narrowed from 17.5 percent in 1999 to 13.2 percent in 2014. The gap between the highest and lowest percentage of uninsured adults ages 18 to 64 decreased from 24.9 percent in 1999 (Hispanics versus whites) to 19.9 percent in the first six months of 2015 (Hispanics vs. Asians). Looking at low-risk cesarean youtube deliveries from 1999 to 2014, researchers found that black mothers had the highest percentage (29.9 percent in 2014) among the five racial and ethnic groups while American Indian or Alaska Native mothers had the lowest (21.5 percent in 2014). Cuban mothers had the highest percentage of low-risk cesarean deliveries among the five Hispanic groups (41.4 percent in 2014) while Mexicans had the lowest (24.1 percent in 2014). Childhood obesity rates varied widely, too. Hispanics ages 2 to 19 had the highest rate of obesity (21.9 percent) between 2011 and 2014 while Asians had the lowest rate (8.6 percent). Hispanic adults were most likely to go without needed dental care in 2014. Nearly 16 percent had not received needed dental care in the past 12 months because of cost. This was true for just over 6 percent of Asians. Uninsured rates improved among adults between 2013 and 2014 -- falling 28 percent in states that expanded Medicaid programs to include low-income adults and 14 percent in states that did not expand Medicaid programs. Prescription drug spending continued to climb, totaling $297.7 billion in 2014 -- up 12.2 percent from the previous year. \\\\\\\"\\\"\"

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"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"Foods & Drinks :: Is Coffee Good For You\\\\\\\"\\\"\"

"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"* Reduced symptoms of Parkinson's Disease\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nWere you aware that coffee is the main part of dietary antioxidantsh But let me be clear when I say that it doesnt mean that your morning coffee allows you to give up those healthy fruit and vegetables. Many coffee fanatics will be happy to find out that coffee is a top resource for disease fighting antioxidants. Current research reveals that when coffee is taken in moderation, that it can be a safe beverage that can offer potential other health benefits.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n* Antibacterial ingredients to help fight diseases\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n* Reduced risk of developing gallstones\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n* Reduced risk of developing type 2 Diabetes\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nYou may be asking if we can call coffee a healthy food substanceh That might be a bit of a push! Caffeine is the main aspect that people crave in Amazon a coffee and is one of the worlds most widely used drugs, thus being part of many peoples diets for hundreds of years. A number of potential coffee benefits include:\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nCaffeine is a worldwide recognized stimulant and is a substance that fives many beverages (including coffee) that edge that people love! Caffeine acts a mild stimulant to the nervous system and both decaf and regular can have a bit of a negative effect on your stomach if consumed excessively over a short period of time as well as leading to raised blood sugar. This caffeine however can raise metabolism and increase oxidation of fatty acids that the body needs rid of. Due to recent research, it has also been concluded that coffee can also be good for your liver. Multiple studies have shown that coffee can lower the risk of cirrhosis by as much of 80% (the strongest effect of this was for those who drank 4 or more cups per day. \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n* Headache relief\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nIf you are a coffee drinker like myself, you have surely asked yourself whether coffee is actually safe for you to consume on a daily basis. So here is a new question you may have never asked yourself, how good is coffee for youh The answer may surprise you\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nSo is coffee going to have a negative effect on your healthh You must be aware that some coffee experts will argue that coffee is bad for you and warn you off it. This is also not to say that there are not some bad results from drinking coffee. However, it is nice to know that a cup of coffee in the morning may actually be doing some good! But how do you know for sureh Be sure to talk to your health professional or GP to get their advice, as well as not Amazon to go overboard in drinking it excessively.\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n* Reduced risk of some forms of cancer\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\n* Improved physical endurance (when drank in moderation)\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nSo coffee is one of the few beverages that is drank worldwide. Eco GaiaIt is consumed in such a wide range of countries all around the world and is the second most widely traded commodity behind petroleum. It may be pipped at the post by oil in terms of trading but I can guarantee that coffee tastes a lot better, and with these 21st century petrol prices, the cost of a coffee seems a little bit more appealing to me!\\\\\\\"\\\"\"