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UN report says it will take us 257 years to close gap between women and men in economic terms

The UNDP 2020 report ranks India at a staggering 122 among 189 countries in its Gender Inequality Index. India has a score of 0.501 (2018) while Switzerland which tops the list has just 0.037

Published on 1st July 2020
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Why it is only people who are illiterate about viruses that will call the lockdown useless

The argument that India started the lockdown too late is not valid from a medical perspective and from a social one

Published on 29th June 2020
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Patients with COVID-19 have increased risk of stroke, should be monitored aggressively: Study

After adjusting for age, gender, and risk factors, the scientists found that COVID-19 infection had a significant independent association with acute ischemic stroke

Published on 28th June 2020
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HC seeks Maharashtra government's stand on pending ICSE board exams

The Indian School Certificate Examination (ICSE) board had decided to hold its pending examinations from July 2 to 12 across the state, after the exams could not be conducted in March due to COVID

Published on 22nd June 2020
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This vaccine may protect against the worst symptoms of COVID-19. Here's how

Mortality in COVID-19 cases is strongly associated with progressive lung inflammation and eventual sepsis. Recent events provide support for the researchers' hypothesis

Published on 19th June 2020
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Punjab govt starts research on effects of steroids, plasma therapy in COVID-19 patients

The deliberations by this group have gone a long way in improving the management of the patients and decreasing the mortality of the patients

Published on 19th June 2020
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COVID-19: Peak delayed in India by 34 to 76 days, may arrive mid-November, says study

The eight-week lockdown has delayed the peak, during which a scarcity of isolation and ICU beds and ventilators is likely

Published on 14th June 2020
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JNU researchers develop drug molecules against amoebiasis-causing protozoa

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Entamoeba histolytica is the third-leading cause of morbidity and mortality due to parasitic disease in humans

Published on 14th June 2020
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COVID-19 could trigger onset of diabetes in healthy people, complications in diabetic patients: Study

According to the researchers, by entering these tissues, the virus may cause multiple and complex dysfunctions of glucose metabolism

Published on 14th June 2020
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Ready to be scienced? How to know more and then write about the Coronavirus

Without knowing anything about COVID-19 you are talking about the viral disease. First, get scienced and then write about the Coronavirus

Published on 13th June 2020
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Venture Catalysts is helping start-ups restore faith in entrepreneurship. Here's how

 Anuj Golech, co-founder of Venture Catalysts speaks about their investment in start-ups during these difficult times and how start-ups can play an important role in the next five years

Published on 1st June 2020
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Remdesivir, the antiviral under clinical trials improves recovery time in COVID-19 patients: Study

The researchers, including those from New York University in the US, found that Remdesivir was most beneficial for hospitalised patients with severe disease requiring supplemental oxygen

Published on 27th May 2020
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WHO warns of COVID-19 'second peak' as lockdowns ease in countries around the world

The stark warning comes as countries around the world start to gradually ease lockdown restrictions, allowing shops to reopen and larger groups of people to gather

Published on 26th May 2020
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WHO suspends clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine for corona patients

According to the WHO, over 400 hospitals in 35 countries are actively recruiting patients and nearly 3,500 patients have been enrolled from 17 countries under the Solidarity Trial

Published on 26th May 2020
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Epilepsy-related deaths common in young adults, new research shows

The study is being conducted in Scotland and looks to identify the burden of epilepsy-related deaths, what proportion of these are potentially avoidable

Published on 25th May 2020

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