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Study finds that businesses owned by women entrepreneurs in India may grow faster

According to the study, around 80 per cent of women, from semi urban and rural India, feel a significant improvement in their socio-economic and cultural status after starting an enterprise

Published on 16th April 2021
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University of Cincinnati researchers find a new treatment for rare muscular disease

Rare diseases are sometimes the most difficult to treat because of a lack of research and fewer participants to study.

Published on 16th April 2021
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State has an affirmative obligation to facilitate access to education, says Supreme Court

The court also recommended the appointment of a nodal officer who will ensure that students who are duly nominated under the central pool seats are in fact admitted in their chosen course of study

Published on 14th April 2021
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Researchers suggest that simple genetic modification may stop mosquitoes spreading malaria

The study is the latest in a series of steps toward using CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology to make changes in mosquito genes that could reduce their ability to spread malaria

Published on 14th April 2021
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Researchers discover deep learning model to maximise lifespan after liver transplant

The study shows that the model can significantly improve long-term survival and quality of life for liver transplant recipients

Published on 13th April 2021
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India did well in the transition to digital learning, finds Oxford University Press report

The study captured insights from across seven markets - India, UK, Brazil, South Africa, Pakistan, Spain, and Turkey - as well as from hundreds of teachers globally

Published on 8th April 2021
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Late-night snacks may affect workplace performance: North Carolina University study

For the study, researchers had 97 full-time employees in the United States answer a series of questions three times a day for 10 consecutive workdays

Published on 8th April 2021
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One in 10 moderately affected by COVID can experience loss of taste, smell for eight months: Study

The study by researchers at Danderyd Hospital and Karolinska Institutet in Sweden revealed that one in 10 mild COVID-19 survivors can have moderate to severe negative impact 

Published on 8th April 2021
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Study sheds light on benefits of exercise for people with peripheral artery disease

The study also showed that walking at a slow pace that does not induce ischemic leg symptoms is no more effective than no exercise at all

Published on 8th April 2021
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Study finds that masks, ventilation stops COVID-19 spread better than social distancing

The study finds that with masks, transmission probability does not decrease with increased physical distancing, which emphasises how mask mandates may be important to increasing capacity in places

Published on 6th April 2021
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Study finds that insomnia is associated with more suicidal thoughts

The study also provided more evidence that keeping tabs on how patients are sleeping and intervening when needed is important to their overall care

Published on 6th April 2021
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Prioritising who gets COVID-19 vaccine first saves lives, finds study

The researchers modelled COVID-19 transmission rates and the optimal allocation of an initially limited vaccine supply in the US under a variety of scenarios

Published on 5th April 2021
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High-sugar diet in adolescence can impair memory later, shows new study

While previous research linked high-sugar diets with obesity and heart disease and even impaired memory function, less is known about its effects on mental development

Published on 3rd April 2021
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Study sheds light on reverse-order heart-liver transplant's benefits for certain patients

This unique approach to heart-liver transplant opens the door to more highly sensitised patients getting the transplants they desperately need

Published on 2nd April 2021
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Otago research seeks to answer whether screen-use at night affects sleep

Participants of the BED study will wear a camera to capture screen use for three hours before they go to bed, and an infrared camera will be set up in their bedroom

Published on 2nd April 2021

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