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A New Hope for Neurological Disorders Through Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Sponsored by Oxford Recovery Center From delayed learning and speech, to cognitive impairments and social functioning, autism affects every aspect of a child’s life. What …

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Letter from the editor: August

I’m excited to introduce our August issue. This month, in addition to celebrating Indian Independence Day on August 15, we’re publishing a strong lineup of profiles, …

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NextGen: Arthi Nithi

There was no shortage of conversation on my first phone call with Arthi Nithi, a powerlifting champion who is an engineer by profession. What I …

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The Indian-American marriage conundrum

To say that Indians are obsessed with the idea of marriage is an understatement. Globally, the Indian marriage enterprise is a multi-billion dollar force comprising …

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Event: Amar Prem — Immortal Love

This is a sponsored post. Nobody loves a good love story more than India does — just look at the thousands of romantic Bollywood films produced …

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Ready, set, grill: The perfect wines for your summer barbecue

As Americans, there is nothing we love more than a barbecue. Summer is the perfect season to enjoy your meals al fresco with friends and …

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Top 10 Bollywood Music Countdown

1 – Saki Saki | Batla House Tulsi Kumar, Neha Kakkar, B Praak #1 Song on 88.1FM TigerRadio hosted by Dj Tiger is the summer …

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Recipe: Spicy shrimp roll with peanut sauce

This low-carb version of a spring roll with spicy peanut sauce omits the rice vermicelli. If following a strictly low-carb diet, you can also replace …

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Event: Amar Prem — Immortal Love

This is a sponsored post.  Less than two weeks remain until ‘Amar Prem — Immortal Love’, an innovative show that brings to life four timeless …

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First person: For Dhairya, and the spirit of the game

The Detroit Royals’ start to the 2017 season was not great — we needed more energy. We had great players, but still, something was missing; we …

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