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New York probing 110 cases of COVID-related rare inflammatory illness in children: Governor 

The severe illness in children and child deaths is linked to the serious inflammatory disease called 'Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Associated with COVID-19

Published on 15th May 2020
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IIT Roorkee's 'Prana-Vayu', a closed-loop ventilator can be useful for COVID-19 patients. Here's why

The automated process controls the pressure and flow rates in the inhalation and exhalation lines. Besides, the ventilator has feedback that can control tidal volume and breathe per minute

Published on 3rd April 2020
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Now, an app to allow students to continue studies during the Coronavirus outbreak in Kerala

The app, which is already being used by close to 100 higher education institutions in the country, entrusts the head of a department or school with the authority to direct the conduct of classes

Published on 27th March 2020
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Study reveals that urban and rural infants showcase emotions differently

The study examined the differences in infant temperament, parent-child interactions and parenting stress between families of similar socioeconomic and racial composition

Published on 22nd March 2020
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Poor quality sleep at an early age can lead to depression, anxiety among toddlers: Study

A study published at the University of Birmingham, UK finds that emotional and behavioural problems in childhood are linked with irregular sleeping pattern in infancy

Published on 11th March 2020
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Study finds babies born prematurely can catch up their immune systems

They found that all the infants' immune profiles progressed in a similar direction as they aged, regardless of the number of weeks of gestation at birth

Published on 9th March 2020
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We're living in a police state: How the police ensured Thoothukudi won't rhyme with democracy  

From the police always knocking on their doors to having their mobiles checked randomly, the people say they are constantly being hounded

Published on 22nd May 2019
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Researchers develop new eye scan that could detect autism in children earlier than currently possible

The non-invasive eye scan utilises a hand-held device to find a pattern of subtle electrical signals in the retina that are different in children on the autism spectrum

Published on 23rd February 2020
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Unemployment in Indian youth has doubled since 2016: Will WEF's Reskilling Revolution create jobs?

India also has lesser jobs for those who are more educated — 14.6 per cent of the graduates in our country who are actively looking for jobs are unemployed

Published on 29th January 2020
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Delhi joins students at Jamia, Shaheen Bagh to welcome 2020 with Azadi Slogans

The people who had gathered outside the university ushered in the new year by singing the National Anthem. Students sang songs of protests, recited poems and spoke about their struggle

Published on 1st January 2020
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Meet the youngsters behind Makkala Grama Sabhas that're driving social change in rural Karnataka

In times such as these, making children learn about citizenship, rights and duties has become important. And that is why Makkala Grama Sabhas conducted by Grama Panchayats play a key role

Published on 23rd December 2019
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Vaccine on wheels: IIT Hyderabad launches India’s first mobile vaccination clinic in Pune 

The clinic is the brainchild of Jignesh Patel, IIT Hyderabad fellow, and has been set up together with the Gates Foundation. It aims to create awareness on immunisation and provide low-cost vaccines

Published on 20th December 2019
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Probiotic food supplements may have different effects on boys and girls: Study

New research show that around 70 percent of the immune system is in the gut where its development is driven during early life, in contray to the previous evidence of immunity difference in puberty

Published on 10th December 2019
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Education must be free at every Central University: Why Gorakhpur doctor Kafeel Khan supports the JNU students

Given a clean chit in the Gorakhpur hospital death case, Dr Kafeel Khan recently delivered a talk at JNU, supporting the #FeesMustFall movement

Published on 30th November 2019
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Climate change poses lifelong health risk for children of future generations: Lancelot Countdown report 

The Lancet Countdown is a coalition of 35 major institutions including the World Health Organization and the World Bank

Published on 14th November 2019

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