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Pfizer jab effective from day 11 post 1st dose: Study

Sydney, March 4 | A team of researchers suggests that one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine could be sufficient in providing a robust immune...

UK to fund study on 3rd dose of Covid-19 vaccine

London, March 4 | The British government will fund what it believes to be the world's first study assessing the effectiveness of a third...

UK study to test Covid-19 vaccine efficacy in people with low...

London, March 4 | A new study will be launched in Britain to research the efficacy of coronavirus vaccines in people with low immunity...

3 member committee to study reservation demands in K’taka

Bengaluru, March 4 | Karnataka cabinet headed by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa decided to constitute a high-level three member committee headed by a...

Gut instinct can help you spot fake reviews: Study

London, March 3 | While booking a hotel online, travellers should trust their gut instinct rather than relying on computer algorithms to figure out...

Customized diets are essential to mental health: Study

New York, March 3 | Lifestyle changes and customized diets could be key to optimizing mental health, a new study suggests.The study indicates that...

Men publish more research papers than women: Study

New York, Feb 28 | Despite strides in family-leave offerings, and men taking a greater role in parenting, women in academia still experience about...

Blood tests offer early indicator of severe Covid: Study

New York, Feb 27 | Researchers have reported that a series of biomarkers, or biological signals, associated with white blood cell activation and obesity...

Occlutech announces Completion of Patient Enrolment in Pilot Study of Atrial...

SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland, Feb. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Occlutech, a privately-held company, announced today the completion of patient enrolment in its pilot study to assess...

US launches new initiative to study ‘Long Covid’

Washington, Feb 25 | The US has launched a major new initiative to study the long-term effects of SARS-CoV-2 infection, and the means of...

Gardening, walking preserve women’s mobility during aging: Study

New York, Feb 24 | Light-intensity physical activity, including gardening, shopping or a casual walk may protect mobility in older women, suggests a new...

Being lonely ups risk of Internet addiction: Study

London, Feb 23 | Loneliness has become increasingly prevalent among adolescents, who spend longer and longer periods of time online, says a new study."In...

Covid infection not linked to stillbirth: Study

London, Feb 23 | Covid-19 infection in pregnancy is not associated with stillbirth or early neonatal death, says a new study.The findings indicated...

Octapharma AG: Final data from the NuProtect study published on the...

LACHEN, Switzerland, Feb. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Octapharma announced today that the final results from the NuProtect study on the immunogenicity of Nuwiq® in...

Microbes from Earth could temporarily survive on Mars: Study

Washington, Feb 22 | As NASA's Perseverance rover touched down on Mars last week, a new study by scientists at the US space agency...

Not all Covid patients have enough antibodies: Musk-led study

San Francisco, Feb 22 | Billionaire Elon Musk has become a co-author of a study on Covid-19 where he joined researchers to track coronavirus...

Death row convict Shabnam meets son, urges him to study

Rampur (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 22 | The 12-year-old son of Shabnam Ali, a death row convict lodged in Rampur jail, has met his mother.The...

Over 20 mn years of life lost worldwide due to Covid-19:...

London, Feb 21 | Researchers have estimated that a total of 20.5 million years of life have been lost due to Covid-19 worldwide with...

Study reveals real-time dialogue with a dreaming person is possible

New York, Feb 21 | Can anyone perceive questions and provide answers in the midst of a vivid dream? It is possible, say researchers.The...

Nature sanitizes 41.7 mn ton of human waste every year: Study

London, Feb 20 | Nature sanitizes about 41.7 million ton of human waste per year before the liquid enters the groundwater -- a service...

Study reveals how to prevent future Covid surges

London, Feb 20 | A combination of robust vaccination programmes and strict physical distancing rules could avoid recurring peaks of Covid-19 outbreak without the...

Asthmatics no higher risk of dying from Covid: Study

Sydney, Feb 20 | Asthma may not increase the risk of severe illness or death from Covid-19, a new study suggests.The review of studies...

Eating more refined grains increase CVD, death risk: Study

Toronto, Feb 20 | Consuming a high number of refined grains -- such as croissants and white bread -- is associated with a higher...

Pfizer vaccine 75% effective after first shot: Israeli study

Jerusalem, Feb 19 | A team of Israeli researchers on Friday showed that Covid-19 infections reduced by 75 per cent after the administration of...

Novel Covid variants spreading more in some states: CCMB study

Hyderabad, Feb 19 | A few novel variants of coronavirus are spreading more in some states in India and there is emerging evidence that...

HKBU School of Business’s new study shows online crowdfunders more often...

It doesn't matter how good you look - a trustworthy-looking face is the key to sealing the deal  HONG KONG, Feb. 18, 2021...

UK to launch world’s first Covid-19 human challenge study

London, Feb 18 | Britain will be the first country to run a Covid-19 human challenge study, on which the country's clinical trials ethics...

Drinks, drugs up premature heart disease in youngsters: Study

New York, Feb 16 | Recreational drinking, smoking and drug use is linked to premature heart disease in young people, particularly among younger women,...

Cardiac drug study by SGPGIMS wins first prize

Lucknow, Feb 16 | A drug study undertaken by Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) cardiology department has been awarded the first...

New study suggests Covid-19 presence in France in Nov 2019

Paris, Feb 12 | A study on serum samples of over 9,000 French adults has suggested that the novel coronavirus might have been present...

UK study finds new symptoms related to Covid-19

London, Feb 11 | A study published by the Imperial College London has found some new symptoms, including chills, loss of appetite, headache and...

BJP MP raises issue to study glaciers to manage disaster

New Delhi, Feb 10 | In the aftermath of the Chamoli disaster in Uttarakhand, BJP MP Anil Baluni on Wednesday in Rajya Sabha raised...

Lockdown reduced chemical concentration in Ganga by 50%: IIT-Kanpur study

New Delhi, Feb 8 | A study by the Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur (IIT-K) carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic has shown that the...

Tom Hanks’ Covid diagnosis shaped public perception of virus: Study

New York, Feb 7 | When award-winning actor Tom Hanks announced his Covid-19 diagnosis last year on March, many Americans were still learning about...

After effects of Pfizer Covid vaccine not serious, shows UK study

London, Feb 5 | A new study in the UK has revealed that while many people have reported after effects of the Pfizer Covid...

Night-time cardiac arrest higher in women than men: Study

New York, Feb 5 | Women are more likely than men to suffer sudden death due to cardiac arrest during night-time hours, a new...

Writing tests could help predict Alzheimer’s disease: Study

New York, Feb 2 | An analysis of writing patterns may help spot early signs of Alzheimer's disease years before the onset of the...

Antarctica’s ice melt isn’t consistent: Study

New York, Feb 2 | Antarctic ice is melting, contributing massive amounts of water to the world's seas and causing them to rise, but...

Adding mushroom to your diet makes it more nutritious: Study

New York, Feb 1 | Adding a mushroom serving to the diet can increase the intake of several micronutrients, including shortfall nutrients such as...

IIM-Lucknow to study CRPF jawans’ stress issues, find solutions

Lucknow, Feb 1 | The Indian Institute of Management in Lucknow (IIM-L) will now carry out a study on the behavioural pattern of the...

One-third people in US unlikely, hesitant to get Covid jab: Study

New York, Jan 30 | One-third of people in the US are either unlikely or at least hesitant to get a Covid-19 vaccine when...

Amazon’s algorithms boost vaccine misinformation, says study

New York, Jan 29 | Amid growing concern that e-commerce platforms are amplifying vaccine-misinformation, a new study by researchers at University of Washington has...

India’s Covid-19 vaccinations to stretch to late 2022: Study

New Delhi, Jan 28 | While India has already given Covid-19 vaccine doses to over 20 lakh people as the first phase of the...

Fermenting used food can improve crop growth: Study

New York, Jan 28 | Fermented food waste can boost bacteria that increase crop growth, making plants more resistant to pathogens and reducing carbon...

Expecting mothers at high risk of death due to Covid: Study

New York, Jan 28 | Women, take note. Contracting Covid-19 while expecting a baby can have deadly consequences, a new study suggests.The findings suggested...

Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vax neutralises UK, South Africa variants: Study

New York, Jan 28 | Drugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech have said that their Covid-19 vaccine has been found in laboratory studies to work against...

1 in 3 adults anxious, depressed due to pandemic: Study

Singapore, Jan 28 | One in every three adults, particularly women, younger adults and those of lower socioeconomic status, are experiencing psychological distress related...

Covaxin neutralizes UK variant of Covid: Study

Hyderabad, Jan 27 | Covaxin, the Covid vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech, effectively neutralizes UK variants of SARS-CoV-2 reducing the possibility of mutant virus...

AIIMS: After Lancet’s study hesitation in taking Covaxin jab shouldn’t exist

Sumit SaxenaNew Delhi, Jan 24 | After the Lancet study, the raging controversy over the efficacy of Covaxin, India's first indigenous Covid-19 vaccine, should...

Growing up in bilingual home can make kids more attentive: Study

London, Jan 23 | If you grew up speaking two different languages, it can shift your attention between different tasks quicker than those who...

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Bank of Baroda lead lender of Reliance Home Finance Limited representing...

New Delhi, March 4 | Bank of Baroda (BoB), the lead lender of Reliance Home Finance Limited representing 34 banks and institutions has dragged...