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Great To Be An Indian In The Us Right Now: Youtube Star Vidya Vox
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US-based YouTube star Vidya Vox says that, while growing up, she tried to shun her Indian heritage as she was often bullied in school. But she is now 100 percent proud of her roots and feels it is great to be an Indian in the US right now. Vidya Iyer, better known by her stage name Vidya Vox, was born in the Indian city Madras (now Chennai), grew up in Virginia, and is based in Los Angeles. Asked how she feels being an Indian in the US under Donald Trump's administration, Vidya told IANS here: I...
France’s Blade Prepares To Launch Its Virtual Pc Subscription Service Shadow In The U.S.
Blade, which makes a cloud-based PC service called Shadow, is the latest French Tech hope to land on the shores of Silicon Valley. But its ambitions to transform how people buy and use computers goes far beyond, as it tries to outrun other competitors and make its mark with average users around the world. Blade believes that with Shadow, it has solved the puzzle of how to create a Windows-based personal computer system that isn’t directly tethered to a single piece of hardware.
Weight Training Boosts Your Chances Of Survival For Cancer Patients By 31 Per Cent
Lifting weights, doing squats and squeezing out some tummy crunches has been found to help reduce a person's chances of dying early or from cancer. Researchers from Sydney University studied more than 80,000 people and followed them across 9-10 years. It was found that those who did strength-based exercises had a 31 percent lower risk of cancer-related deaths and a 23 percent lower risk of premature death. The study shows exercise that promotes muscular strength may be just as important for heal...