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E-cigarette users may have increased susceptibility to COVID-19

The main reason to avoid smoking is the risk of cancer, heart disease, emphysema, stroke, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, and other lung diseases

Published on 18th November 2020
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COVID face masks can trigger skin allergies, reveals new study

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have revealed that face masks worn to stop the spread of Covid-19 can trigger bouts of eczema in people with sensitive skin and allergies

Published on 13th November 2020
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The EdTech story: Their COVID-induced growth and the course of action after colleges reopen 

With all stakeholders turning to EdTech platforms to tide over these testing times, how much growth have these platforms seen and how will the relationship change after colleges reopen? 

Published on 1st November 2020
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AI can diagnose asymptomatic COVID-19 patients using cellphone-recorded coughs, finds study

Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US found that people who are asymptomatic may differ from healthy individuals in the way that they cough

Published on 29th October 2020
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Asthma, food hypersensitivity in childhood linked to increased risk of 1BS at 16: Study

For the study, published in the UEG Journal, the research team analysed the health of 2,770 children from birth to the age of 16

Published on 12th October 2020
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Study finds which pre-existing conditions may cause increased COVID-19 death risk

The research team conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of studies to determine which chronic conditions put hospitalized patients at risk of dying from COVID-19

Published on 9th October 2020
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Delhi High Court dismisses petition for CLAT candidates to attempt exam from home

The CLAT-2020 examination, to be held on August 22 earlier, will now be conducted on September 28. Justice Jayant Nath said it is clear that the pleas of the petitioner are misplaced

Published on 16th September 2020
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Study finds that the time of year a child is born can determine the risk of allergic diseases

For the study, the research team worked to discover what is responsible for this increase and have determined that many allergic conditions likely start with dry, cracking skin

Published on 10th September 2020
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Over 4,000 students observe hunger strike demanding postponement of NEET, JEE

Students across the country were also protesting for postponing exams like UGC-NET, CLAT and cancelling CBSE compartment exams

Published on 24th August 2020
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China accuses US of 'monitoring, harassing and willfully detaining' Chinese students, researchers

Wang said China had no intention of helping Juan Tang escape the country, but did not otherwise comment directly on the accusations against her

Published on 3rd August 2020
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American student released after 486 days in an Egyptian prison 

Like thousands of political prisoners in Egypt, Amashah, 24, had been held in pre-trial detention on charges of “misusing social media” and “aiding a terrorist group,” according to the Freedom Initiat

Published on 7th July 2020
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Teenagers who stay up late at night have a greater asthma risk, says new study

The study involved 1,684 adolescents living in West Bengal, India, aged 13 or 14 years, who were taking part in the Prevalence and Risk Factors of Asthma and Allergy-Related Diseases among adolescents

Published on 6th July 2020
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Rutgers University scientists rule out asthma as a trigger for contracting COVID-19 or affecting its severity

Inhaled corticosteroids, which are commonly used to protect against asthma attacks, also may reduce the virus' ability to establish an infection

Published on 6th July 2020
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This Odia researcher's device can detect early-stage heart trouble in 15 seconds flat! Here's how

CardioMate developed by Larkai Healthcare can prove to be very helpful for your heart. Both CardioMate and RespiroGear, which they plan to launch in about two weeks, will be helpful during COVID-19

Published on 1st July 2020
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This telemedicine start-up has been helping chronic patients stay connected to docs during lockdown. Here's how

Remedo is a telemedicine platform that connects patients and doctors and provides end-to-end care in the recovery process

Published on 30th June 2020

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