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Fitness apps, wearable activity trackers boost physical activity levels: Study

Physical inactivity represents a leading cause of death worldwide and is thought to cost billions of dollars every year

Published on 26th December 2020
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Blood vessels that fuel cancer can be controlled by enzyme discovery, reveals study

This study culminates a years-long project initiated by first author Yi Shi, PhD, who began the work as a staff scientist in Yang's lab but recently finished his contributions from Nankai University

Published on 26th December 2020
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Study reveals disposable surgical masks have best acoustic effect on speech

The results of the team's new study evaluating the acoustic effects of face masks on speech are published in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

Published on 26th December 2020
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Researchers identify over 109,000 impact craters on the moon

An international team of researchers has identified over 109,000 previously unrecognised impact craters on the moon using machine learning methods

Published on 26th December 2020
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Face masks don't help hide emotions, facial expressions from children, reveals new study

The researchers showed more than 80 children, ages 7 to 13, photos of faces displaying sadness, anger, or fear that were unobstructed, covered by a surgical mask, or wearing sunglasses

Published on 25th December 2020
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This Madurai school is teaching children how to farm along with their regular lessons. Here's how

Dr T Thirugnanam Primary School Headmaster K Saravanan and teachers began visiting the students at their homes to teach and also get them interested in farming

Published on 25th December 2020
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Antibodies target different part of coronavirus in severe COVID-19 cases: Study

According to the scientists, including those from Stanford University in the US, the findings shed new light on the links between the course of the disease and a patient's immune response

Published on 25th December 2020
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Scientists develop new gene therapy for hearing impairment by replacing genes

The scientists were able to prevent the gradual deterioration of hearing in mice that had a genetic mutation for deafness. They maintain that this novel therapy could lead to a breakthrough

Published on 25th December 2020
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Fake news about COVID can be fatal, governments need to step in: Study

The scientists agreed that governments should not be afraid to distribute official announcements on social media but rather make the most of social media for effective communication

Published on 25th December 2020
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Studies find having COVID-19 may protect against reinfection

The results bode well for vaccines, which provoke the immune system to make antibodies — substances that attach to a virus and help it be eliminated

Published on 24th December 2020
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Research reveals pregnant women, newborns may face elevated risks of developing more severe cases of COVID-19

For this latest study, the scientists compared maternal antibodies against the flu (influenza), whooping cough (pertussis), and SARS-CoV-2, and how these antibodies transferred across the placenta

Published on 24th December 2020
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Karnataka to release revised syllabus and exam time-table for SSLC students on January 5 or 6

Suresh Kumar in a meeting with TNIE said, "If we find such symptoms in students attending schools, then they will taken to isolation rooms. We will get them tested through RTPCR method."

Published on 23rd December 2020
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At 22, CHRIST Uni's Johnys is one of the youngest Panchayat presidents in Kerala

An MA English Literature student of CHRIST (Deemed to be University), he is the president of Kottayam's Uzhavoor Panchayat

Published on 23rd December 2020
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Study finds masks not enough to stop COVID-19's spread without distancing

Every material tested dramatically reduced the number of droplets that were spread. But at distances of less than 6 feet, enough droplets to potentially cause illness still made it through

Published on 23rd December 2020
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AMU at 100: Here are 10 of its most celebrated alumni

The university, situated in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh was set up in 1920 following the Aligarh Muslim University Act

Published on 23rd December 2020

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