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Average London worker wastes 18 months & pays £66,000 on commuting

An average Londoner wastes more than a year and spends nearly £66,000 over lifetime in commuting to and from work, according to a new research from investment management firm Nutmeg.

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Women have Much less to live with as Compared to Men after Retirement

LV savings and investment firm said in its annual 'State of Retirement' report, one fifth of the women who are going to retire within another five years have no pension savings and will depend entirely on the state pension.

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Reduced salt consumption results in lesser heart deaths

Researchers stated that reduced consumption of salt has resulted in the lower number of deaths caused by heart attacks in the UK.

A study found that during the years 2003 and 2011 the salt intake had dropped on an average by 15 percent whereas the number of deaths caused due to heart attacks also reduced by almost half which was a huge achievement.

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Active library users are more social: study

People who go to libraries are more social than those who don't, according to a new study released by Pew Research Center on Thursday.

Researchers questioned a total of 6,000 Americans, aged 16 and above, and found that those who were actively using libraries were more social than those who do not go to a library.

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Artificial bone marrow could be a god-sent for leukemia patients

In a medical turning point, German scientists have adequately improved artificial bone marrow, fit for facilitating life-sparing hematopoietic foundational cells that can encourage the medicine of leukemia in a couple of years.

Notwithstanding, the researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology's (KIT) Institute of Functional Interfaces in Germany have falsely duplicated real lands of regular bone marrow in the lab.

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