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Researchers find that brain, not willpower, decides if you will lose weight or not

The findings, published in the journal NeuroImage, support a prevalent neural theory that people with an increased neural response to seeing and smelling food consistently overeat and gain weight

Published on 19th October 2020
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Study finds that aerobic exercise helps cognitive function in older adults

Increasing evidence shows that physical activity and exercise training may delay or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease 

Published on 14th June 2021
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Want proof of climate change? Visit the Himalayan and Karakoram Ranges where the glaciers are melting

A new research, Glacio-hydrology of the Himalaya-Karakoram, released in the journal SCIENCE on Thursday, emphasises that total glacier melt and seasonality of flow are projected to increase

Published on 11th 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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Pakistan's COVID positivity rate drops below 3 per cent this year

According to the NCOC, the pandemic killed 53 people during the last 24 hours, increasing the overall death toll to 21,376

Published on 8th June 2021
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New study suggests that climate crisis will have catastrophic economic impact in India

The evidence clearly demonstrates that the human and economic costs of climate change will only increase in the coming years, particularly without urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Published on 8th June 2021
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Now, online daters in the United Kingdom can flaunt the COVID vaccine badge on their profiles

The new initiative is an "incredible asset" to the UK's COVID-19 vaccination programme, Minister Nadhim Zahawi was quoted as saying

Published on 7th June 2021
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World Bank, IMF urge action on COVID vaccine access

They also urged vaccine manufacturers to prioritise the scale-up of vaccine production, providing increased access for developing countries

Published on 4th June 2021
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New study suggests game-based routines boost physical activity among diabetes patients

By making a game out of getting their daily steps, the new research pointed to the possibility that people with diabetes could be nudged toward increasing their physical activity

Published on 31st May 2021
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This NGO is taking in children whose parents are COVID positive free of cost. Here's how

RNAF has started these services in nine centres currently, including Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Rajasthan, and Noida and over 200 children have been living all across these centres

Published on 28th May 2021
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What the FAQ: What is the Save Lakshadweep campaign all about?

People have been increasingly tweeting asking to replace the UT's administrator and to revoke a few new rules. We take look at the issue

Published on 24th May 2021
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Only 1 in 7 COVID patients were hospitalised in India during the second wave: Goldman Sachs study

Drug and oxygen shortages seem to be easing, led by a combination of increased domestic production, repurposing alternate sources as well as expedited imports

Published on 21st May 2021
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This year, 686 IIT Guwahati students placed through a virtual placement drive

According to the statement, IIT Guwahati has witnessed an increase in the pay packages offered to students during the academic year of 2020-21, despite the challenges of the pandemic

Published on 21st May 2021
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Protected areas cover a sixth of Earth's land and freshwater, need to effectively managed: UN report

Scientists say that the world needs to ensure that thee regions are  effectively managed to stabilise the climate and to curb biodiversity loss while also increasing the total area of protection

Published on 20th May 2021
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India increases the production capacity of Remdesivir to nearly 119 lakh vials per month

The department has, ever since, intensified the monitor on the availability, production and supply of Remdesivir. This has resulted in a substantial increase in the number of manufacturing sites 

Published on 17th May 2021

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