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Party party tonight’ say BTS, performing in their online concert ‘Permission to Dance’

Party party tonight’ say BTS, performing in their online concert ‘Permission to Dance’

Goa Sunburn Festival in December, only ‘fully vaccinated’ attendees allowed

Goa Sunburn Festival in December, only ‘fully vaccinated’ attendees allowed

'Dune' earns 130 million dollars worldwide at global box office

'Dune' earns 130 million dollars worldwide at global box office

Stashing every food item in your fridge? Stop right there!

Stashing every food item in your fridge? Stop right there!

Drugs in cruise case: Sena's Raut tweets video of Aryan Khan in custody, raises questions

Drugs in cruise case: Sena's Raut tweets video of Aryan Khan in custody, raises questions

Heart attack or stroke could be an early hint for cancer

A heart attack or stroke in old-age could be an early hint for cancer. A study conducted by Cornell University found that chances of developing advanced-staged cancers jumped 70% in people who may have had a stroke in the last 5 months. The study observed around 7,50,000 people aged 67 and older to correlate the risk between heart attack and cancers of the breast, lung, prostate, colorectal, bladder and more.

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Heart attack or stroke could be an early hint for cancer

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