-- Any person can make modest changes to live a healthier life, the American Heart Association (AHA) says.
The six tips the AHA suggests are:
- Control cholesterol.
- Reduce blood sugar.
- Get active.
- Eat better.
- Lose weight.
- Stop smoking.
India stock markets buck global trend - BBC News
In fact the last time the Fed looked as though it was going to "taper" off its 82bn (59bn) quantitative easing programme Indian stocks were knocked sideways along with every other emerging market and the rupee collapsed. Exit polls at the state elections this week indicated Narendra Modi and the opposition, the Hindu Nationalist BJP, may be making significant gains. "India's foreign-exchange reserves stand at 278bn, enough to finance the entire current-account deficit for several years he added. For emergencies, dial 911. Muddling through, standard Chartered now believes India's current account deficit in 2014 will be half what it was in the year to March 2013, at about.5 of GDP or 45bn. Treatment for...
The Sensex has been given a lift by what is being seen as a suggestion that loose Gun Laws Tied to More Mass Shootings come the May elections, the government may be stable enough to push through more reforms. Just before he became governor he pointed out in a paper that most of the debt was held domestically. The two ’Jeopardy’ Host Alex Trebek Reveals He Has Pancreatic Cancer latest Purchasing Managers' Index surveys on services and manufacturing show improvement for the first time in months. The fact that the BSE index, or Sensex, often ignores global equity trends is not the point. Foreign investors, so what has changed, and why has the prospect of "tapering" not created a rerun of what happened in September? And more reforms are in train - he's"d as saying: "There are so many low-hanging fruit in the economy that if we only pluck them we can accelerate growth substantially.".