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The 7 Sins of Being A Mother: Tahira Kashyap Khurrana announces new book on motherhood

Last year, the filmmaker had released 12 Commandments of Being A Woman, which she finished writing during the Coronavirus-induced lockdown

Published on 20th June 2021
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People infected with Alpha, Beta variants of COVID-19 more likely to be asymptomatic: John Hopkins study

The emergence and higher transmission of the evolving variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has been concerning

Published on 20th June 2021
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Nutritionist Vishakha Shivdasani's new book gives a six-point plan to fight COVID-19

The book has vital information on the symptoms, recovery and effects of contracting the virus and tips on how to build immunity

Published on 17th June 2021
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New study says COVID cases were detected in the US earlier than previously reported

They detected antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that caused COVID-19, using two different serology tests in nine participants' samples

Published on 17th June 2021
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This Kerala start-up's negative ion zapper can make large spaces free of the Coronavirus

Alappuzha-based start-up Allabout has created India's first large-scale negative ion-based air conditioning device to kill the COVID virus through a period of intensive research

Published on 16th June 2021
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New AI model could help predict viruses that are likely to spread from animals to humans

Nearly all viruses use glycans as their first contact with our cells in the process of infection, including our current menace SARS-CoV-2

Published on 16th June 2021
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Study by Yale researchers find that exposure to common cold can help combat COVID-19 infection

The study by Yale researchers found that the common respiratory virus jump-starts the activity of interferon-stimulated genes, early-response molecules in the immune system

Published on 16th June 2021
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Go Corona Go: Check out this game by a Class 10 student where you use safety protocols to defeat COVID

The game has three levels in which the gamer has to jump over hurdles, including the virus itself, to get to win each level

Published on 11th June 2021
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KGMU survey reveals vaccines produce stronger, long-lasting antibodies than in COVID-recovered patients

The study further found that the desirable herd immunity which can break the chain of viruses, can only be achieved by mass vaccination and not through the natural course of transmission of infection

Published on 10th June 2021
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UPSC to commence interviews for civil services exam from August 2

It had in April this year deferred interviews for the prestigious examination due to increase in coronavirus cases

Published on 10th June 2021
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After TN, Puducherry cancels Class 12 exams amid the second wave of COVID-19

Previously, owing to the second wave of the Coronavirus, the CBSE had cancelled its Class XII examinations, on June 1

Published on 7th June 2021
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After facing criticism for handling of second wave, Goa readies to protect children from the third wave of COVID-19

Nearly 100 persons died due to lack of oxygen at the state's apex health institute, the Goa Medical College, at the peak of the second wave of the Coronavirus 

Published on 5th June 2021
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UK reports highest daily COVID case surge in over 2 months

The latest data came as Public Health England (PHE) said the B.1.6172 Coronavirus variant, also known as Delta, is now the "dominant" strain in the UK

Published on 5th June 2021
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NITI Aayog holds consultations on future planning for children orphaned by COVID-19

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of over 3 lakh Indians since it broke out in December 2019, leaving hundreds of children without parents and guardians

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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