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Researchers seek to get a deeper understanding of cell mechanism

The study seeks to understand cellular mechanosensing, the ability to sense and respond to the mechanical properties of the microenvironment in a unique way

Published on 26th May 2021
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A study says that obesity protects you against death in severe bacterial infection

The population-based study involved observations, over a nine-month period, of all 2,196 individual adults receiving care for suspected severe bacterial infection at Skaraborg Hospital in Skovde

Published on 25th May 2021
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COVID mortality associated with 2 signs easily measurable at home: Study

A new study on COVID patients has found that abnormal blood-oxygen levels and breathing rates are strong predictors of poor patient outcomes in hospitals

Published on 24th May 2021
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Tailored cardiac rehab programme improved function, quality of life in older heart failure patients, suggests new study

Heart failure, which happens when the heart can't pump blood the way it should because it is too weak or stiff, is the leading cause of hospitalisations in people 65 and older

Published on 24th May 2021
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Uttar Pradesh introduces new syllabus, students will now learn about COVID, Namami Gange project

In addition to this, children studying in classes 1 and 2 in 1,13,289 government-run primary schools across the state would be taught Sanskrit too

Published on 23rd May 2021
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New study finds 96 per cent of COVID-19 patients still have antibodies a year after recovery

The study also found that only 69 per cent of people who were sick with mild or no symptoms of COVID-19 last year had antibodies to fight the South African variant six months after being ill

Published on 22nd May 2021
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Alcohol may have an immediate effect on atrial fibrillation risk, says new US study

Researchers enrolled 100 patients with paroxysmal or intermittent AFib, which tends to go away within a short period of time (unlike chronic AFib)

Published on 22nd May 2021
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US researchers find high levels of contaminants, human-made chemicals in killer whales

Investigators also detected human-made chemicals called perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the tissues of adult killer whales

Published on 20th May 2021
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Both Pfizer, Moderna vaccines work on the B.1.617 COVID strain first identified in India, says US Study

The study shows that the newly identified SARS-CoV-2 variants identified in India are neutralised well by antibodies in individuals vaccinated with both vaccines

Published on 19th May 2021
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Researchers find new evidence of how the milky way galaxy was formed

The study also used a spectroscopic survey, called APOGEE, which provides the chemical composition of stars, another aid in determining their ages

Published on 18th May 2021
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Gamblers were 6 times more likely to gamble online during COVID lockdown: UK study

Respondents who gambled occasionally were still found to be more than twice as likely than before to gamble online

Published on 17th May 2021
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IISc researchers identify new blood-based biomarker to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections 

In the new study, published in the journal 'EBioMedicine', the IISc researchers have developed such a test using patient blood transcriptomes and sophisticated computational modelling

Published on 17th May 2021
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Covaxin effective against new, emerging COVID-19 variants, says study

The study was conducted in collaboration with the National Institute of Virology and the Indian Council of Medical Research

Published on 16th May 2021
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University of Kent study claims that adolescents and older adults lack attention in social situations

The study showed that social attention undergoes age-related change, which has potential implications for how successfully we can interpret social interactions in daily life

Published on 15th May 2021
genetics

US scientists decode genes linked with high chances of contracting and developing severe COVID

DNA is a big, complex molecule and so, genetic associations alone cannot pinpoint the exact gene responsible for COVID-19

Published on 15th May 2021

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