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June 10, 2020

Balochistan registers 5 new cases of enforced disappearance in 2 days

Balochistan , June 10 (ANI): Five new cases of enforced disappearance have been reported from Kech and Panjgur district of Balochistan in just two days, the local media reported.According to the details received by The Balochistan Post, four persons were allegedly detained by the security forces in Kech on Tuesday. In Panjgur, the zonal leader of the Baloch Student Organization Pajjar (BSO-Pajjar), Alam Baloch, was abducted two days ago. In total, five new cases of enforced disappearances have surfaced in Balochistan in the…

Rankings on June 7 next year to determine Tokyo Olympics berths: ITF

London , June 10 (ANI): The International Tennis Federation (ITF) on Tuesday announced the revised qualification dates for tennis events at the postponed Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics Games.The entry lists will now be determined using the ATP/WTA rankings of June 7, 2021 for the Olympic Tennis Event and using the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour rankings of June 7, 2021 for the Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Event."The criteria for athletes to be eligible for the Olympic Tennis Event is unchanged. However, the current system of…

Drinking fruit juice in early years has long term dietary benefits, study details

Washington DC , June 10 (ANI): Consumption of 100 per cent fruit juice during preschool years, can lead to healthier dietary patterns in later childhood without adversely impacting weight gain, a new study suggests. The study from Boston University published online at BMC Nutrition by Lynn L. Moore and colleagues, found that drinking 100 per cent fruit juice was associated with higher intakes of whole fruit and total fruit as well as better diet quality through childhood and into middle adolescence."We know that whole fruit…

Fecal transplants show promise as treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: Study

London , June 10 (ANI): Fecal transplants, or stool transplant show promise as a treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), according to a new study.The study comes from Lawson Health Research Institute and Western University and has been published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology.It found that fecal transplants in patients with NAFLD result in a reduction in how easily pathogens and other unwanted molecules pass through the human gut and into circulation, known as intestinal permeability. The…
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