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Mild COVID very unlikely to cause lasting heart damage: Study

The researchers said that the findings should reassure the public, as they relate to the vast majority of people who had Covid-19

Published on 8th May 2021
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NMIMS-Harvard study to research behavioural data, help prepare better for future pandemics

Fourteen students from SOD’s BDes (Humanising Technology) programme participated in the study as field researchers, applying remote ethnography methods to gather data 

Published on 7th May 2021
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Study finds that organ transplant recipients remain vulnerable to COVID-19 even after second vaccine dose

The researchers recommended that transplant recipients and other immunocompromised patients continue to practice strict COVID-19 safety precautions, even after vaccination

Published on 7th May 2021
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New research analyses alternatives to control COVID-19 spread

Researchers analysed more palatable alternatives to the kind of social distancing mandates that threw a wrench at how businesses, schools and even family gatherings work

Published on 6th May 2021
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Study finds pulse oximeters more useful in COVID screening for older adults

Researchers proposed that taking a temperature is a less useful indicator of infection in older adults and that a pulse oximeter be used instead

Published on 4th May 2021
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Scientists create new tool to rapidly screen molecules for anti-COVID properties

Scientists have created a unique tool to help drug researchers quickly identify molecules capable of disarming the virus before it invades human cells

Published on 4th May 2021
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Study says consumers' decision to buy product is based on its recommendation online

Researchers found that people who like to think and solve problems for themselves, a personality type they describe as 'high need for cognition' find content-based recommendations more persuasive

Published on 4th May 2021
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Study: Screening healthcare workers could serve as early warning system for future viruses

The study, led by researchers from RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences in collaboration with IBM Research, is published in PLOS ONE

Published on 3rd May 2021
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Brazilian COVID variant may be more transmissible, evade immunity: Study

The researchers from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark and colleagues in Brazil found that genetically speaking P.1 is different from the previous strains of Coronavirus

Published on 29th April 2021
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COVID-19 may prolong infection in children, adults with cancer, says new study

The extended duration of infection may also increase the incidence of mutations, said researchers at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), US

Published on 29th April 2021
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Study finds that levels of air pollutants on the rise in Indian cities

Researchers noted that fine particles (PM2.5) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), both hazardous to health, are increasing in Kanpur and Delhi

Published on 29th April 2021
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Radiant cooling may replace ACs, cut COVID-19 risk, suggests new research

A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia (UBC) computed air conditioning requirements in 60 of the world's most populous cities

Published on 22nd April 2021
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Study reveals that children with weaker immune system don't show higher risk of COVID-19 

Researchers carried out an observational study of nearly 1500 immunocompromised children, defined as requiring annual influenza vaccinations due to underlying conditions or medication

Published on 22nd April 2021
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Oxford University researchers discover that Asthma drug Inhaled Budesonide can speed up recovery in COVID-19 patients

Early treatment with inhaled budesonide cut recovery time by a median of three days in Covid-19 patients at higher risk of more severe illness, said researchers from the University of Oxford

Published on 19th April 2021
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Starting schools late has significant health benefits for middle and high school students: Study

Researchers found that the greatest improvements in these measures occurred for high school students, who obtained an extra 3.8 hours of sleep per week after the later start time was implemented

Published on 19th April 2021

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