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Eat Walnuts control hunger: Study

Eat walnuts to control hunger: Study

Eat Walnuts control hunger. Eating walnuts is always beneficial, as a study recently has found out that consuming walnuts daily may activate an area in your brain which decreases hunger. According to researchers, walnuts are also thought to discourage overeating by promoting feelings of fullness.Study’s first author Olivia M Farr from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center said that

UN warns 80,000 children ‘wasting’ from hunger in Myanmar

Some 75,000 stateless Muslim Rohingya people who fled a bloody army crackdown live in western Rakhine state and are reeling from a food crisis.More than 80,000 children under the age of five living in majority-Muslim areas of western Myanmar are “wasting” and will need treatment for acute malnutrition over the next year, the World Food

Rajoana gets weak on 5th day of hunger strike

Patiala: Balwant Singh Rajoana, assassin of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh, facing gallows is on indefinite hunger strike on the fifth day in the Central jail here, against delay about his fate. As he has developed weakness, after the medical check-up, he has been shifted to the Government Rajindra Hospital in a tight security

Rajoana on hunger strike for decision on mercy plea

Patiala: Balwant Singh Rajoana, a convict on death row for the murder former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh, has announced an indefinite hunger strike in jail here to protest the alleged failure of the Centre to take a final decision on his mercy plea. He has also accused the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) and

Rajoana on hunger strike in Patiala Jail, seeking decision on death penalty

Patiala: After writing multiple times to the centre to take the final call on his death sentence, Balwant Singh Rajoana convict of Former CM of Punjab Beant Singh assassination case has initiated the indefinite hunger strike in Patiala jail, on Thursday. Rajoana pressing his demand to union government to take final over for the death

Meet ‘Hunger Heroes’ feeding slum kids with meal they never had

Chandigarh: This Thursday morning was the best day of Urvashi’s life as she got a box of tasty briyani, she wanted to have since long. While Suraj was jumping around with a plate of paneer and Dal Makhni. Pooja, on the other hand, seemed (seven) very happy after she got a packet bag of chocolates

SOI protested against fee hike, students sit on chain hunger strike

Chandigarh: Against the decision of syndicate members to hike the examination fee of various courses, members of the SOI unit of Panjab University protested at VC’s office at the university on Monday. The students said the Panjab University’s decision to increase the examination fee for the new session was unjustified and constituted commercialisation of education. The

Hunger early in life fuels anger later

New York: Children who often go hungry are more than twice as likely to develop impulse control problems and engage in violence later in life, new research has found. Thirty-seven percent of the study’s participants who had frequent hunger as children reported that they had been involved in interpersonal violence. Of those who experienced little

JNU hunger strike enters 10th day, Kanhaiya withdraws

New Delhi: The indefinite hunger strike by JNU students entered the 10th day today even as students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar withdrew his fast due to medical reasons. So far, six students have withdrawn their fast against the punishment by the university in connection with the February 9 event during which anti-national slogans were allegedly raised,