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Monoclonal antibody therapy is safe, helps prevent serious illness for transplant patients with mild COVID, finds study

The study is important because transplant patients who are infected with COVID-19 have a higher risk of severe illness and death

Published on 10th June 2021
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Even with high skills in Machine Learning and Maths, India ranks 67th globally in data skills: Report

The study draws on performance data since the onset of the pandemic from more than 77 million learners on the platform to benchmark skills proficiency across domains

Published on 9th June 2021
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The name is Bond. Bond Ma'am: This govt teacher deposits 1k in every new student's account when they enroll to study

Besides the bond scheme, Rekha and the other teachers have been working to create unique facilities for children so that they can come and study at their school in Hosanagara

Published on 9th June 2021
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Students travelling to study abroad worried about visa cancellation over COVID vaccine shortage

Indian students who have received Covaxin or Russia's Sputnik V vaccine are being asked to inoculate again across several international institutes as these vaccines are yet to be approved by WHO

Published on 9th June 2021
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Vegetarian and fish-based diets linked with severity of COVID-19 infection, finds new study

Several studies have suggested that diet might have an important role in symptom severity and illness duration of COVID-19 infection

Published on 9th June 2021
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Scientists develop new AI algorithm to improve efficacy of sleep disorder treatments

For the study, about 20,000 nights of sleep from the United States and a host of European countries have been collected and used to train the algorithm

Published on 9th June 2021
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Stalin writes to Modi asking him to cancel NEET, all entrance exams as it's unfair to students during pandemic

Stalin has just cancelled the Class 12 exams for the students studying under the Tamil Nadu state board and has said that they will follow a separate assessment method

Published on 5th June 2021
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World Environment Day: How has the pandemic actually impacted the world around us? 

A recent study provides ample evidence that environmental pollution can be addressed through proper policies implemented on a large scale

Published on 5th June 2021
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Tripura CM sends study table, food and medicines to Class 8 student who asked for help on Facebook 

Addressing the chief minister, Das recently posted a video, where she said that her family of four lives in a makeshift single room, and she cannot afford a study table

Published on 5th June 2021
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Pfizer jab produces less antibodies against Delta variant of the Coronavirus according to Lancet

For the study, the team analysed antibodies in the blood of 250 healthy people who received either one or two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, up to three months after their first dose

Published on 4th June 2021
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Researchers find new way of predicting COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, making it easier to develop new vaccines 

The study suggests that early immune response in a person who has been vaccinated for coronavirus can predict the level of protection they will have to the virus over time

Published on 1st June 2021
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New study suggests game-based routines boost physical activity among diabetes patients

By making a game out of getting their daily steps, the new research pointed to the possibility that people with diabetes could be nudged toward increasing their physical activity

Published on 31st May 2021
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COVID-related stress is most likely to trigger suicidal thoughts, finds new study

Led by a team of researchers at Swansea University, Cardiff University, and the NHS in Wales, the study probed exactly which COVID-related stressors were most likely to trigger suicidal thoughts

Published on 31st May 2021
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Study reveals effects of caffeine in counteracting effects of sleep deprivation 

The study found that caffeine may improve the ability to stay awake and attend to a task, but it doesn't do much to prevent errors that can cause things like medical mistakes and car accidents

Published on 27th May 2021
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Vaccines effective in combating mutated COVID variants, protecting beneficiaries from severe illness, says new study

The study analysed nasopharyngeal samples for genome sequencing, in collaboration with the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)

Published on 26th May 2021

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