How students and teachers can stay safe amid schools reopening

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By Siddhi Jain New Delhi-- With the commencement of nationwide vaccination drive and the falling numbers of active Covid-19 cases, the government has decided to...

Low-quality diet during pregnancy linked to childhood obesity

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London-- Pregnant women need to have overall healthy diet, high in fruit and vegetables and low in refined carbohydrates and red and processed meats,...

Things to know about ovulation and pregnancy

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New Delhi-- Ovulation is a subject of reproductive health that is often surrounded by myths, unverified information and fiction. While there are factors beyond...

Acid reflux may raise risk of larynx, esophagus cancers

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New York-- Acid reflux disease which also causes heartburn symptoms is linked with higher risks of various cancers of the larynx (or voice box)...

Improving stroke treatment with modified therapeutic molecule

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Toronto-- A team of researchers has improved the protective effect of a molecule against ischemic stroke, which is caused by an interruption of blood...

How screen time impacts boys and girls differently

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London-- Screen time affects boys and girls differently, a new study suggests that boys who play video games regularly are less likely to develop...

Combination therapy suppresses pancreatic tumour growth: Study

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New York-- Researchers have uncovered a potential new way to target pancreatic tumours that express high intratumooural interferon signalling (IFN). The team found that high...

Golden rules to keep your kidneys healthy

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By Puja Gupta New Delhi-- Kidney disease is a major health concern that many people across the globe are the facing today. However, inculcating a...

Novel potential therapy for Crohn’s disease in children

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New York-- Researchers have demonstrated that nanotherapy reduces intestinal inflammation and shrinks lesions in a rodent model of severe Crohn's disease. According to the team,...

Sensor-based inhalers may improve pediatric asthma control

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New York-- Sensor-based inhalers integrated into health care providers' clinical workflows may help improve medication adherence and support children with asthma, a new study...
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