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#CancelBoardExam2021: Government should consider taking revision exam scores as final

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has urged Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal to re-think holding board exams

Published on 12th April 2021
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Family pets helped children manage stress and loneliness better during lockdown, finds study

For many families navigating the stress and challenges of home-schooling, pets have offered children crucial support

Published on 12th April 2021
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Patients with kidney failure can transform heart health by cycling at moderate intensity

Researchers will now examine the possibilities of a wider rollout of the scheme to benefit patients across the UK, and now forms part of The Renal Association's hemodialysis guidelines

Published on 10th April 2021
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Queen Elizabeth II's husband Prince Philip dies: 5 facts you probably didn't know about the Duke of Edinburgh

"Prince Philip is simply my rock. He is my foundation stone," Queen Elizabeth II had said at a lunch in 1997 honouring their 50th wedding anniversary

Published on 9th April 2021
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Late-night snacks may affect workplace performance: North Carolina University study

For the study, researchers had 97 full-time employees in the United States answer a series of questions three times a day for 10 consecutive workdays

Published on 8th April 2021
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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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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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Study of USA school shootings show shooters were bullies, suffered from depressed

All of the plots studied were serious planned attacks, and the plotters took at least some steps toward carrying them out or schools had faced a substantial level of risk

Published on 30th March 2021
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There's a denial of opportunities that fit the aspirations of India's millennials: Harvard Medical School Prof Vikram Patel at ThinkEdu

Professor Patel was speaking at the New Indian Express' ThinkEdu Conclave 2021 on Saturday along with senior journalist and author Kaveree Bamzai

Published on 27th March 2021
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ThinkEdu, India's longest-running, largest education conclave is back! Full schedule here

ThinkEdu 2021 is held virtually this year. Sit in the comfort of your living room and listen to a few of the most thought-provoking conversations around India's education spectrum 

Published on 26th March 2021
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These two school students from Hyderabad got together to shed light on music therapy

Anxiety and stress are becoming a part of all our lives, even really early on. Students Eesha Varma and Sriprada Kattamuri recognise this fact and hence, they started Sana Musica to help adolescents

Published on 23rd March 2021
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Study finds COVID-19 pandemic severely impacts mental health of young people

Researchers found a significant rise in depression symptoms and a reduction in overall wellbeing during lockdown compared to the previous autumn

Published on 23rd March 2021
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Study finds COVID-19 pandemic severely impacts mental health of young people

Apart from increased levels of clinic depression being reported, a decrease in alcohol consumption was identified amongst young people during the pandemic

Published on 23rd March 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Coronavirus sends India into a tizzy, Janta Curfew announced

In today's #TBT, we recall that not too long ago, exactly a year back to be precise actually, a stringent lockdown was declared which kept people indoors and aspired to keep COVID-19 in control

Published on 22nd March 2021
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Study reveals COVID-19 transmission rare in schools with masking, distancing and contact tracing

The study was aimed at identifying ways to keep elementary and secondary schools open and safe during the pandemic

Published on 20th March 2021

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