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Study finds that insomnia is associated with more suicidal thoughts

The study also provided more evidence that keeping tabs on how patients are sleeping and intervening when needed is important to their overall care

Published on 6th April 2021
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Prioritising who gets COVID-19 vaccine first saves lives, finds study

The researchers modelled COVID-19 transmission rates and the optimal allocation of an initially limited vaccine supply in the US under a variety of scenarios

Published on 5th April 2021
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High-sugar diet in adolescence can impair memory later, shows new study

While previous research linked high-sugar diets with obesity and heart disease and even impaired memory function, less is known about its effects on mental development

Published on 3rd April 2021
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Study sheds light on reverse-order heart-liver transplant's benefits for certain patients

This unique approach to heart-liver transplant opens the door to more highly sensitised patients getting the transplants they desperately need

Published on 2nd April 2021
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Otago research seeks to answer whether screen-use at night affects sleep

Participants of the BED study will wear a camera to capture screen use for three hours before they go to bed, and an infrared camera will be set up in their bedroom

Published on 2nd April 2021
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IISc researchers develop artificial enzymes to block HIV reactivation

The study, published in EMBO Molecular Medicine, was led by Amit Singh, Associate Professor and Senior Fellow, Wellcome Trust-DBT India Alliance

Published on 2nd April 2021
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UP government works to modernise education in Sanskrit schools, will include English and Computer Science

Till now, in these schools, only students from Classes 9 to 12 were taught from NCERT course, but from this session, students from Classes 6 to 8 will also study from NCERT books

Published on 1st April 2021
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AICTE's Anil Sahasrabudhe at ThinkEdu 2021: Won't stop someone who learnt science even from YouTube to take up engineering 

There are lots of misgiving that has been created by some of the media houses as though maths, physics, chemistry and biology is not required to study engineering but it's not so said Dr Sahasrabudhe

Published on 29th March 2021
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IIT Hyderabad researchers on the hunt for Einstein's waves from monster black holes

The research is part of an international effort to discover and study very-low-frequency gravitational waves from monster black holes going around each other in orbit

Published on 27th March 2021
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Cancer drug lessens toxicity of protein from SARS-COV-2, find researchers

For the study, published in the journal in Cell & Bioscience, the team introduced each of these 27 SARS-CoV-2 genes in human cells and examined their toxicity

Published on 27th March 2021
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Ten minutes of video gaming everyday may enhance esport skills

For the study, published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, the participants wore a custom headset designed to deliver transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)

Published on 27th March 2021
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Study shows that 62 per cent employees happier when working remotely

The study showed that nearly three-quarters of workers said the pandemic made them want to work more remotely in the future

Published on 26th March 2021
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Study reveals that microplastics in sewage become 'hubs' for drug-resistant bacteria

According to the study, microplastics allow the formation of a slimy layer on their surface which allows bacteria and antibiotic waste to attach and mingle

Published on 26th March 2021
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Vaccine hesitancy might pose threat to efforts for ending COVID-19 pandemic

Vaccine hesitant people may have anxiety over safety concerns, or they might belong to a community that historically has mistrusted the medical establishment, according to the study.

Published on 26th March 2021
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Mid-day meal vital for kids; parents can only provide one meal, finds study by Karnataka Evaluation Authority

Researchers from the Hyderabad Karnataka Centre for Advanced Learning, Kalaburagi, who did the study for KEA, also referred to the scheme’s role in reduced anaemia in children

Published on 26th March 2021

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