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Smog-hit Delhi calls off odd-even auto rationing plan

When the scheme is launched, odd numbered vehicles are allowed to ply on odd dates and even numbered vehicles are allowed on even dates in order to combat vehicular pollution. The Tribunal has also asked for a detailed report on the emissions caused by cars in the National Capital Region (NCR) and what the other pollutant factors are.

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How heart-stopping is sex, really?

The majority of people who had a heart attack during sex also had a history of other heart conditions, including higher rates of ventricular fibrillation - a serious irregular heartbeat - and tachycardia, a faster-than-normal heart rate. "Over the years, we've had a fair bit of data on physical activity and how it's related to sudden cardiac arrest, but no one had looked specifically at sexual activity", said Chugh in a statement.

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Washington vs. Stanford 2017 live stream

Love has 10 runs of at least 50 yards this season, including at least one in every game he has played. The defense has been solid, so I don't think Jake Browning & Co. The thought of Washington repeating last year's run to the College Football Playoff wasn't all that outlandish entering Friday night's game at Stanford .

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NGT gives Delhi government nod to implement odd-even scheme

The NGT also asked the Delhi Traffic Police to deploy its personnel at traffic lights, observing that nearly all the main roads in the city are witness to diesel vehicles which are older than 10 years and petrol vehicles which are older than 15 years.

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IUDs Are Linked To A Lower Cervical Cancer Risk, Study Finds

George Sawaya, a reproductive health and cancer researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, who wasn't involved in the study. Dr Beverley Vollenhoven, deputy head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Monash University, said she was excited about the research findings.

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Alcohol consumption increases risk of seven types of cancer, claim doctors

Experts also found that drinking alcohol can have an adverse effect on treatment and outcomes for patients with cancer. The CDC recommends that women have no more than one drink a day or eight drinks a week. "The story of alcohol has been quite consistent and has been peeled away like an onion over time, and we're continuing to learn more about the mechanisms involved", Dr.