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One smart novice monk!

Ahmedabad boy, Varshil Shah – who scored 99.9 percentile in Class 12 – becomes novice Jain monk

17-year-old Varshil Shah, who comes from

Yoga with goats craze takes off in US

by Jocelyne ZABLIT LOS ANGELES – Adonna Ebrahimi is stretched out on her yoga mat, struggling to maintain a cobra pose — and

These rolled Ice Cream Tacos are dessert masterpieces

by Andrea Romano Inspired by the unique flavor combinations that you’d find in a boba tea shop, Sweet Cup ice cream

Girlfriend convicted in texting suicide trial

by Jennie Matthew NEW YORK | AFP – A 20-year-old US woman was convicted of involuntary manslaughter Friday for ordering her teenage boyfriend

HCC Arts and Design Programs awarded distinguished NASAD accreditation

HOUSTON [June 20, 2017] – The National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) awarded Houston Community College (HCC) institutional accreditation May

Tobacco use among US students dropped sharply in 2016: study

WASHINGTON | AFP – Tobacco use among American middle and high school students — especially electronic cigarette use — declined sharply in 2016

Mother’s obesity boosts risk for major birth defects: study

PARIS | AFP – Children of obese women are more likely to be afflicted by major birth defects, including malformations of the heart

Researchers reveal the multi-dimensional universe of the brain

The human brain is a convoluted labyrinth of passages in constant flux – routes are being created, strengthened, and deconstructed on

Colorado seeks to ban smartphone sales to children

by Lucinda Shen Alarmed by the number of preteens typing away on smartphones? So is a Denver-area anesthesiologist and dad of

Anti-diabetes drug also ‘lessens kidney, heart disease’ risk

WASHINGTON | AFP – An anti-diabetic drug that lowers blood sugar levels for type 2 diabetes sufferers also significantly