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Scientists Develop New Blood Test to Predict Which Covid-19 Patients at Severe Risk

In the fight against novel coronavirus, scientists have developed a score that can accurately predict which patients will develop a severe form of Covid-19. The...

Researchers Find Potential New Drug Candidate Against Enterovirus

Some good news in the search for antiviral drugs for hard-to-treat diseases as researchers have identified a potential new drug candidate against enterovirus 71,...

Here’s the First Picture of Another Solar System

The European Southern Observatory has released the first image ever captured by a telescope of multiple planets orbiting around a sun-like star, just like...

This Microchip Can Detect Organic Biosignatures in Extraterrestrial Soil

Researchers have developed a fully automated microchip electrophoresis analyzer that, when incorporated into a planetary rover, could someday detect organic biosignatures in extraterrestrial soil. Although...

Humid, Cold Climates Make Respiratory Droplets From Cough, Sneeze Last Longer

A US study led by Indian-origin researchers found that respiratory droplets from cough or sneeze travel farther and last longer in humid, cold climates...

Researchers Discover Good Gut Bacteria With Potential to Reduce Heart Disease Risk

Researchers have discovered that one of the good bacteria found in the human gut has the potential to reduce the risk of heart disease. The...

Self-Isolation may Increase Vulnerability to Coronavirus

Researchers now claim that time spent in isolation may actually increase the vulnerability to upper respiratory viruses and perhaps coronavirus (Covid-19). "We know little about...

Scientists Develop New Method to Detect Oxygen on Exoplanet Atmospheres

In a bid to accelerate the search for life in outer space, scientists have developed a new method for detecting oxygen in exoplanet atmospheres. The...

This New Method Can Improve The Development of New Medicines

A new mathematical framework on molecular interactions will make it easier and more efficient for scientists to develop new medicines and other therapies for...

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Menstrual Dysfunction Prevalent in Young Athletes

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found that menstrual dysfunction is more prevalent in young athletes than among non-athletes of a similar age. The study,...

Spinning Keeps You Energized and Your Mind Focused

One of the most popular cardio work-outs in North America, Latin America, Europe, and other parts of Asia, and a current global phenomenon, rhythm-based...

Change in Indian Healthcare Industry is Need of the Hour

With all the chaos created due to the pandemic, a change in the Indian healthcare industry is the need of the hour, feels Anita...

Food Habits to Follow if You Have Arthritis

Arthritis is an autoimmune disease that affects joint and bone pain. It could be a problem or a matter of concern, If not taken...