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5 Herbal Medicines You Can Grow in Your Balcony

How wonderful would it be to find a natural cure to all your problems right at home? Certain precious herbs can serve as natural solutions to some of the common health problems that you may face. Moreover,┬áherbal substitutes are gaining an edge over artificial hair and skin care products. The good news is that these can be easily grown and maintained in your very own balcony and we’ll show you how. Here are five herbal plants that you must have at home: 1. Calendula Calendula is great for curing most…

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Part of brain continues to grow even in adulthood

Have you ever noticed that the ability to recognise faces, a critical aspect for everyday social interactions, improves from childhood to adulthood? A study has revealed that in humans, a part of the brainresponsible for face recognition continues to grow into adulthood, while the region that helps to recognise places stays the same. The study was published in journal of Science. According to researchers, the ability to recognise faces, which is critical for everyday social interactions, improves from childhood to adulthood. In seeking to better understand brain activity to recognize…

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10 travel trends expected to grow in 2013

So now that 2012 is over, the world hasn’t come to an end and life continues as normal, and people will continue to travel. Here are 10 travel trends expected to grow in 2013: 1. Increase in the number of independent travellers – The lack of company is not an excuse to plan or postpone travels anymore. People like to go solo and find travelling companions on the go to discover new places and their own self! 2. Domestic travel for festivals – We’ve seen it grow in the past…

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Who’s Next? Asia Investor Activism Set to Grow After BlackRock Public Campaign

Hong Kong: Following a rare public campaign, BlackRock Inc voted against a deal planned by a Hong Kong firm that the world’s biggest asset manager partly owns, revving up investor activism in Asia after it roared ahead in 2015. In a ballot on Tuesday, BlackRock rejected G-Resources Group Ltd’s plan to sell its main asset, an Indonesian gold mine, saying it didn’t have confidence G-Resources would use the proceeds in investors’ best interests. Owning 8 percent of G-Resources, BlackRock urged other shareholders to follow suit. G-Resources, which has said it…

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