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Study says Covid cases detected in US earlier than previously reported

Washington, June 17 | A new study by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) has suggested that Covid-19 cases were detected in the...

Covid can activate dormant bacterial infection, TB: Study

Guwahati, June 17 | The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19, may have the ability to reactivate dormant tuberculosis (TB), according to study that is...

99% fully vaccinated healthcare workers remained safe: Fortis study

New Delhi, June 16 | More than 99 per cent of the healthcare workers at Fortis who received both doses of Covid vaccine did...

Covishield, Covaxin cut infection risk in 95% healthcare workers in India:...

New Delhi, June 16 (IAS) Covid vaccines -- Covishield and Covaxin -- prevented the risk of infection in more than 95 per cent of...

How well-being enables countries to better absorb pandemic impact: Study

New Delhi, June 16 | Countries with high Sustainable Economic Development Assessment (SEDA) scores - indicating higher levels of societal well-being - are more...

Exposure to common cold can help combat Covid-19: Study

London, June 16 | Exposure to the rhinovirus, the most frequent cause of the common cold, can protect against infection by the virus which...

2-DG effective against all Covid variants, says study

Hyderabad, June 15 | The 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-DG) developed by the Defence Research and Development organisation (DRDO) for the coronavirus treatment, effectively inhibits the SARS-CoV-2...

UPRTOU to set up study centres in UP jails

Lucknow, June 14 | The Uttar Pradesh Rajarshi Tandon Open University (UPRTOU) will be setting up study centres at 13 jails of the state...

Single dose sufficient for those already infected by Covid: Study

Hyderabad, June 14 | A single dose of vaccine is sufficient for those already infected by Covid-19, revealed a study by Hyderabad's AIG Hospitals.The...

Saliva can be more effective for Covid testing: Study

New York, June 12 | The addition of a simple processing step to saliva samples before testing may improve Covid-19 detection rate, eliminate the...

Child marriages on the rise in Tamil Nadu amid Covid: Study

Chennai, June 11 | With the Covid pandemic creating a financial crisis and parents finding it difficult to make ends meet, girls under the...

Despite pandemic, upward trend among Telangana students planning study abroad

Hyderabad, June 11 | Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been an upward trend in the number of students from Telangana planning to study...

Gurugram more livable than Mumbai, B’luru from Covid perspective: Study

New Delhi, June 10 | As per a study, Gurugram is a more suitable city to live in from a Covid perspective as compared...

Survey to study algae bloom in Ganga at Varanasi

Varanasi (UP), June 10 | With the Ganga river in Varanasi turning green due to algae bloom, the district administration has started an...

1 in 2 Indian-Americans discriminated in past yr: Study

Washington, June 10 | A new study has revealed that one in two Indian-Americans have reported being discriminated against in the past one year.The...

People afraid of catching Covid are more judgemental: Study

London, June 9 | People more concerned about catching Covid-19 were more disapproving of the wrong-doings of others, whatever they were doing wrong, according...

Climate crisis will have catastrophic impact in India: Study

New Delhi, June 8 | The climate emergency will have a catastrophic human and economic impact in India. Different threats will interact to devastating...

RedHill Biopharma Completes Enrollment of Oral Opaganib Phase 2/3 COVID-19 Study

The global Phase 2/3 study of orally-administered opaganib for the treatment of severe COVID-19 enrolled a total of 475 patients, more than the planned...

Sharks went nearly extinct 19 million years ago: Study

New York, June 6 | Nineteen million years ago, sharks nearly disappeared from Earth's oceans, according to a new study, which provides evidence for...

Tripura CM sends aids, study table, medicines after girl’s FB posts

Agartala, June 5 | Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, after being impressed by a Facebook message posted by a poverty stricken teenager girl,...

Vitamin D may not protect against Covid: Study

New York, June 5 | While previous research early in the pandemic suggested that vitamin D cuts the risk of contracting Covid-19, a new...

Climate change caused 1/3rd of heat deaths: Study

New York, June 1 | Human-induced climate change is responsible for nearly a third or 37 per cent of heat deaths in the last...

Prolonged air pollution exposure doubles risk of smell loss: Study

Washington, May 30 | Long-term exposure to particulate matter (PM) 2.5 -- a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air...

Covid lockdown cut exercise by 40%, tripled depression risk: Study

Berlin, May 30 | The coronavirus-induced lockdown made people 40 per cent less active, and tripled the potential risk for depression, finds a large...

Study claims Covid-19 not natural, but result of Wuhan lab-leak

London, May 30 | The coronavirus disease did not develop naturally, but was created by Chinese scientists in a Wuhan lab, who then...

First phase of study of herbal Covid cure in Andhra completed

Amaravati, May 26 | The first phase of studies into the Covid cure devised by a Krishnapatnam-based herbal medicine practitioner was completed on Wednesday.The...

Ayush Minister to launch Sanjivani App to facilitate study on Covid...

New May 26 | Ayush Minister Kiren Rijiju will launch the Ayush Clinical Case Repository (ACCR) portal and the third version of Ayush Sanjivani...

Vaccines give protection from severe illness against Covid variants: Study

New Delhi, May 26 | Vaccines have been found to be effective in combating mutated variants and protect the vaccinated individual from severe illnesses,...

Economic activity needs to stop for Olympics to go ahead: Study

Tokyo | Study conducted by two University of Tokyo professors claims strict restrictions on movement of people, including ceasing of economic activity, during Olympics...

Lower inflation target to hurt growth, but will bring financial stability:...

Mumbai, May 24 | A Reserve Bank of India (RBI) study has suggested a decision to have a lower inflation target would jeopardise the...

Sniffer dogs show 88% accuracy in detecting Covid: UK study

London, May 24 | Sniffer dogs can help prevent the spread of Coronavirus by detecting SARS-CoV2, the virus behind Covid-19, according to a study,...

Pfizer, AstraZeneca jabs effective against ‘India variant’: Study

London, May 23 | Two doses of either Pfizer and AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine are highly effective against the B16172 variant, first identified in India,...

Mizoram forms panel to scientifically study causes of Covid spread

By Sujit ChakrabortyAizawl, May 23 | Mizoram, where the first Covid-19 death was reported on October 28, 2020, six months after the northeast regions...

Investment, research driving AI growth in India, says study

Hyderabad, May 21 | Higher investment and research is driving significant growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in India, finds a study.The AI Index 2021...

Lockdowns may affect children’s fitness: Study

London, May 20 | Strict lockdowns can reduce the spread of Covid-19, but might be responsible for delaying normal cardiorespiratory development in children, according...

NASA launches mission to study climate, ocean currents

Washington, May 19 | After being delayed over a year due to the pandemic, NASA has launched a mission with scientific instruments aboard...

Prior dengue infection can double Covid-19 risk: Study

Sao Paulo, May 19 | People who have had dengue in the past are twice as likely to develop symptoms of Covid-19 if they...

Covid-19 can infect cells in eye: Study

New York, May 18 | A team of US researchers has, in an alarming study, found direct evidence that Covid-19 can infect cells in...

K’taka panel to study black fungus infection in Covid patients

Bengaluru, May 17 | Alarmed by the growing number of Covid patients contracting black fungus in the state, an expert panel has been set...

Online gambling soared during Covid pandemic lockdown: Study

London, May 17 | Gamblers were more than six times more likely to gamble online compared to before the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new...

IIT-K to study impact of immersion of bodies in water, soil

Kanpur (UP), May 16 | The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)- Kanpur (IIT-K) will now study the impact of the immersion/burial of bodies in...

Many older adults adapted technology during lockdown: Study

London, May 15 | The Covid-19 lockdown led several older adults to adapt and engage with technology -- such as Zoom, WhatsApp or FaceTime...

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As someone learned to put it There is no better time to invest in for your comfortable future than now, whether you want to...