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How tea can better our mood

New Delhi, Nov 15 (ANI): Research has found that tea might play a role in changing your mood, helping you feel less depressed, more alert or even energetic. Some of the benefits of tea include lower rates of some cancers, reduced risk for heart disease and stroke, and may protect against Alzheimer's. These benefits are seemingly endless and so are the ways you can use tea to alter your mood. Drinking a hot cup of tea is always an option, but so is using it to scent your room. Nov 15, 2013
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Group blocks Budapest council meeting on homeless law

The mayor of Budapest was due to make ​​public a list of places prohibited to homeless people on Thursday, in accordance with a new law on the homeless passed by the Hungarian Parliament in October. Duration:01:21 Nov 15, 2013
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Venezuela lawmakers debate expanded powers for Maduro

Venezuela's legislature opens debate Thursday on a measure that would give leftist President Nicolas Maduro extraordinary powers over the economy following a controversial attempt to forcibly cut consumer prices. Duration: 00:37 Nov 15, 2013
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Vision of hell in Tacloban's 'Divine' hospital

Jennifer tearfully pumps air into her critically ill husband's lungs, willing his sepsis-ravaged body to respond as he lies in a roofless hospital, with no water or power in a typhoon-wrecked city in the Philippines. Duration: 02:03 Nov 15, 2013
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Pan-Muslim body greeted by protests in Myanmar

Myanmar Buddhist monks led rallies against the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Friday as delegates from the Muslim body toured western Rakhine state, where religious violence has torn communities asunder. Duration: 00:24 Nov 15, 2013
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Cameron hears pain of war on historic Jaffna visit

As British Prime Minister David Cameron toured the muddy alleys of a poverty-stricken resettlement camp in Sri Lanka's former warzone Friday, residents raised their hopes that finally someone was listening. Duration: 00:37 Nov 15, 2013