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Two cups of Tea per day can keep risk of Ovarian Cancer away

New Delhi, Oct 31 (ANI): There's some good news for ladies! A new study has shown that women, who drink two cups of tea a day, face one-third less risk of developing ovarian cancer.Compounds like tea and citrus fruits and juices contain flavonoids which are powerful compounds with strong disease-fighting properties therefore intake of foods high in flavonoids significantly lowers the risk of developing ovarian cancer. So a couple of cups of tea per day can not only bring down the stress level but also reduce the risk of developing the disease in ladies. Oct 31, 2014
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Pot-infused edibles raise concerns in Colorado

Colorado may have legalized marijuana for recreational use, but the debate around the decision still continues, with a recent - failed - attempt to ban cannabis-infused edibles. Duration: 01:53 Oct 31, 2014
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Ebola inflicts heavy toll on Guinean potato trade

The Ebola epidemic has seen Senegal and Guinea Bissau close its borders with Guinea and the economic consequences have started to be felt, especially in Fouta Djallon, where the renowned potato industry has been hit hard. Duration: 02:01 Oct 31, 2014
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New York street harassment video goes viral

A video that shows a woman being pestered by men on the streets of New York has gone viral, sparking renewed debate about harassment endured by women and minority groups. Duration: 00:53 Oct 31, 2014
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Ugandan tech startup caters to local markets

Ugandan-based tech startup Kola Studios built a hit with their latest app Matatu - a play off a popular card game that has over 60,000 downloads. Their success is the latest sign of the region’s high-tech hopes. Duration: 02:26 Oct 31, 2014
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Israel closes Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa compound

Israel closed the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Thursday to all visitors following the shooting of a Jewish hardliner. The compound houses Islam's third holiest site, but is also the most sacred spot for Jews. Duration: 01:19 Oct 31, 2014