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Website manages health
A new site aims to focuss on solving the headache of managing your health details. PowHealth.com has been designed to help individuals manage all their health and wellbeing in one place, irrespective of changing needs and ideal for those managing general wellness as well as long term health conditions. Pow Health allows y
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  June 27, 2014, 2:05 pm
Average Brit carries £17.79
British consumers continue to reject cash in favour of cards. According to Kalixa Pro a huge 71 percent of Brits admit to carrying less than £20 in cash at any one time. Even more surprisingly half of them will walk no more than 100 metres to use a cash machine. The average Brit now carries just £17.79 in cash. Thi
By Fusion Lifestyle  June 27, 2014, 1:54 pm
Letting the other half see 'everything'
An average relationship today lasts only 2 years and 9 months. However, it takes about 7.5 months to fully relax in front of ones partner. Which, of course includes going to the loo with the door open. Now in an Asian household that poses many grave problems. In our own survey of Asian people, 98% of those interviewed&nb
By Umbreen Ali  February 21, 2014, 4:08 pm
Not so secret Santa
The traditional office ‘Secret Santa’ is anything but anonymous. More than a third of workers in the North West admit to revealing their identity because they want the credit for the gift they have bought, research reveals The study by The Co-operative Pharmacy found one in five in the region admitted to over spend
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  December 12, 2013, 4:05 pm
Ali Zafar is world’s sexiest
Chart topping singer turned actor Ali Zafar has topped the 50 Sexiest Asian Men In The World. The pop star, actor and composer was number one in a list largely dominated by celebrities from India and narrowly beat two-time winner Hrithik Roshan into second place in what turned out to be the closest race of all time.   Za
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  December 12, 2013, 2:53 pm
New women's group aims to help Oxfam
A new group named  the Asian Circle was launched at the Houses of Parliament.  It's aim is to create more awareness of the work of Oxfam. More than 1 billion people in the world today, the great majority of whom are women, live in unacceptable conditions of poverty, mostly in the developing countries. 
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  November 15, 2013, 3:30 pm
Pink Star sold for £57m
A new record has been set for the world's most expensive diamond. Sotheby’s Geneva made history when it sold The Pink Star – a 59.60-carat oval cut pink diamond - for $83,187,381 (£57.1 million).  This landmark price eclipsed the previous record at $46.2 million established three years ago
By Yasmin Turner  November 15, 2013, 3:10 pm
Sisters launch 'Little Putar' online store
"Mumpreneur” is a term that appeared in the Collins English Dictionary two years ago. And quite rightly so.   Female entrepreneurship is on the rise. In fact, there are now over 1.2 million self-employed women in full- and part-time work, of which 300,000 are mumpreneurs.   29-year-old Harleen Takhar and her
By Umbreen Ali  November 15, 2013, 2:54 pm
Item numbers never go out of fashion
First if all, why are there no item numbers for women?  We watch Bollywood films too. Why can’t the men be made to look more, er, augmented, sultry, provocative and deliver the perfect, ruthless pelvic thrust? Bollywood is a unique industry where a film can be a flop but can still stand strong and retain credibility
By Umbreen Ali  August 23, 2013, 4:42 pm
Karen's a daydreamer
Karen David gave fans a preview of her upcoming EP, with a YouTube premiere of her single Daydreamer. The British-Canadian star is showcasing the upbeat track as a taster from her forthcoming self-penned EP Dust to Stars. The track features cheerful lyrics set to an upbeat melody. Daydreamer is a reflectio
By Unknown Author  August 6, 2013, 5:26 pm
When is the best time to tweet?
How can you get maximum views for your tweets?. Posting on social media sites can be a very time consuming task so it is vital to make sure posts and comments have maximum impact and reach as wide an audience as possible. It can be a distraction from the day job to compose and submit impactful posts, so it is easy to resort to
By Unknown Author  July 9, 2013, 4:40 pm
Don't call me baby
Why do people, or more specifically men, who have met you more than once think it's reasonable to refer to you as 'Hun' or 'Babes?' As if the over familiar LOL epidemic wasn't bad enough. OK, it might not be as grievous an infraction as, I don't know, tax avoidance, but I'd say it's
By Umbreen Ali  June 19, 2013, 4:15 pm
The dreaded tan
Breaking news: Katrina Kaif is set to get a deep tan for her role as the fearless Nadia in upcoming movie Bang Bang. That shows the sheer dedication of an actress in an industry where beautiful women are idealised, and where movie titles are as sophisticated as their plot lines. And breaking news it is indeed. What sort of sel
By Umbreen Ali  June 7, 2013, 3:26 pm
Topless feminists
What is it about the new brand of feminists? They protest with full force and vigour, animatedly with wholehearted conviction in their beliefs. But why do they have to do it topless?  These very same feminists protested against the show ‘Germany’s Next Top Model’ on account of the show condoning a profes
By Umbreen Ali  June 7, 2013, 3:22 pm
New Brit-Asian film
A new Brit-Asian film has begun production in London.   The cast, featuring some of the British Asian community’s most recognised celebrities alongside talented newcomers and familiar home-grown talent, will collaborate on the film, which celebrates multiculturalism within the UK.   Amar Akbar & Tony, is
By Editor  May 8, 2013, 3:54 pm
The brand new erogenous zone
So summer is officially here. And we all know what that entails for women. New wardrobes, more skin on display, regular bikini wax appointments, planning holidays ergo adopting faddy diets. And of course that means it is time to declare a brand new official erogenous zone.   It appears  that the ‘side boo
By Umbreen Ali  May 8, 2013, 3:34 pm
So, who is coming the funeral?
The divisive response to Mrs Thatcher's death was hardly unpredicted. Whether you empathise with the jubilations or consider them puerile, whether you buy that single or not, the dichotomy will never change. Even a Facebook group "Maggie's Good Riddance Party", has attracted thousands of followers. The fact that the
By Umbreen Ali  April 15, 2013, 8:43 pm
Kids take 27 minutes to get bored!
An independent study reveals that it takes on average just 27 minutes for children to get bored on long car journeys. Of the nine countries surveyed, children in Australia get bored the quickest at 23 minutes - but the UK is close behind in second place at 24 minutes. Children from Spain, Italy, Holland, America, France and Ge
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  August 30, 2012, 12:58 pm
Cheeky Lillian serves up a Shameless treat
Swapping her boudoir antics for a spot of tennis, Chatsworth’s local 'madam' Lillian Tyler (played by Alice Barry) from Channel 4’s hit show ‘Shameless’ reveals her cheeky side for Sport Relief. The public will be relieved to know that they don’t have to go bottoms up to do their bit, they
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  February 2, 2012, 12:05 am
'Happy Monday!' - Today is the first happy day of the year
THIS year will have 11 truly happy days but none will be happier than Monday January 30 – now dubbed Happy Monday. And despite the double-dip recession, experts believe Brits will enjoy one more happy day than usual in 2012 because the nation will feel buoyed by celebrations and the extra day off to celebrate the Queen&rs
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  January 30, 2012, 2:03 pm
What do women see in Russell Brand?
That’s just one of the things we tend to find a little puzzling. Here’s some more. Researchers found that the sorry state of the nation’s finances – over £900 Billion in the red - is one of the most baffling conundrums of modern Britain. It made fourth place in a list of life's 50 most confu
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  January 18, 2012, 10:53 am
The most depressing day of the year
‘Blue Monday’, is apparently the most depressing day of the year. But research from leading office recruitment agency Office Angels suggests that the worst is yet to come, predicting a “less enjoyable” future for workers where employees never meet their colleagues and employee engagement drops to an all-
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  January 16, 2012, 8:25 am
Bristol tops Internet shopping list
The top ten speediest cities for internet shopping this Christmas have been revealed. New data released by money-saving supersite ILoveCashback.com shows people from Bristol are the fastest shoppers on the net! For when it comes to hunting online bargains, Bristolians are truly the ‘ninja-finger champions’, able to
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  January 4, 2012, 3:33 pm
The nation’s top predictions for 2012
In 2012 William and Kate will announce a new pregnancy? Well, that’s what people are predicting. As 2011 draws to a close Opinium Research polled the nation on their predictions for the New Year, and also asked them to reveal their heroes and villains of 2011.  The nation’s top five predictions for 2
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  December 29, 2011, 1:40 pm
New year sales – the big tips!
One in ten consumers will be plan to buy some of this year’s gifts in the January sales, says ‘Which?’. The consumer champion found that three in five people plan to go shopping in the post-Christmas  sales. Among the top items people intend to buy are clothes and accessories; health and beauty prod
By Fusion Lifestyle Reporter  December 28, 2011, 11:54 pm
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