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COVID-19 may increase the risk of blood clots in pregnant women, say scientists 

According to the researchers, including those from the Tufts University School of Medicine in the US, one of the many complications of COVID-19 is the formation of blood clots in previously healthy pe

Published on 30th July 2020
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Study reveals how renegade protein interrupts brain cell function in Alzheimer's disease

Led by researchers from NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the new study analysed the makeup of such tangles and found 12 proteins that they say have not before been tied to both tau and Alzheimer's 

Published on 28th July 2020
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Sherly Devarapalli conducts self-defense classes for girls in rural Telangana schools

Before launching Goodwill, Hyderabad-based Sherly Devarapalli worked with many NGOs like Be The Change and conducted self-defense sessions for them and gathered a lot of experience from there

Published on 27th July 2020
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COVID-19 patients who smoke, vape are at higher risk than others: Study

"COVID-19 seems to have this ability to increase the risk for blood coagulation, as does smoke," Luca Cucullo, lead researcher, said. "This may ultimately translate in higher risk for stroke."

Published on 26th July 2020
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Online entrance exams will worsen already dismal representation of marginalised students: Ambedkarite student groups write to MHRD, UG

The lack of internet connectivity and electronic gadgets has long been an issue that students have brought up ever since the lockdown was announced

Published on 10th July 2020
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Why kids are often spared from severe COVID-19, reveals study

The researchers noted that children under 18 make up 22 per cent of the US population and only three pediatric deaths were identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Published on 9th July 2020
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#RajgruhaStandsTall: Twitterati condemn vandalisation of Ambedkar’s house, call for strict action

The house, named ‘Rajgruha’ houses a museum, Ambedkar’s large collection of books, his ashes and several other artefacts linked to the man who drafted the Indian Constitution

Published on 8th July 2020
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IISC, Bangalore developes microparticle formulation that allows sustained release of drugs to treat osteoarthritis

Preliminary studies on cells cultured in the laboratory as well as in mice models have shown promising results indicating reduced inflammation and cartilage repair due to sustained drug release

Published on 7th July 2020
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Scientists discover new drug to combat inflammation that may help fight COVID-19

The therapeutic drug, described in the journal Cell Reports, is called TAT CARMIL1, and is actually a combination of two naturally occurring small proteins or peptides

Published on 5th July 2020
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Why some COVID-19 patients with low oxygen level breathe well

The study included a small group of COVID-19 patients with very low levels of oxygen without shortness of breath or dyspnea

Published on 4th July 2020
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Wearable patch can efficiently deliver drug to treat skin cancer

Purdue University innovators in the US have created a novel wearable patch with fully miniaturized nanoneedles that can enhance drug delivery for people with melanoma which is a form of skin cancer

Published on 16th June 2020
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Three artsy youngsters make mini-dolls that reflect the culture and heritage of Odisha. Check it out

Debi's artistic talent is pretty amazing. Recently, he did a 6x8 feet thread and needle art of Dr Abdul Kalam. Hence, he started DPR Artlife with two of his friends to explore what they can do

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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Indian scientists develop AI to enhance brain tumour diagnosis

According to the researchers, gliomas are a common type of brain tumour affecting glial cells, which provide support and insulation for neurons

Published on 9th June 2020
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After protests, TISS agrees to release results of students who haven't paid dues  

It is a normal practice everywhere to withhold results of students who fail to clear their dues or do not submit migration certificates, the administration maintained

 

Published on 27th May 2020

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