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Study: Apple Watch To Help Detect Covid19 Symptoms

It seems the Apple Watch that you wear can help detect even Covid-19 as researchers have found that the device can identify such cases...

Study: “Anywhere” Workforce Emerged As A Top Challenge Until 2023

With Covid-19 disrupting the world of work, "anywhere" workforce has now emerged as a top challenge until 2023 for many Indian CEOs, said an...

Meghalaya To Study Radiation Level In Uranium Mining Sites

The Meghalaya government has decided to undertake a fresh study at the proposed uranium mining sites in South West Khasi Hills district after the...

Study: Brain And Spinal Injuries The Major Causes Of Death In India

Traumatic brain injuries and spinal injuries are major causes of death and disability in India and across the world. However, despite an increasing burden,...

Exercising Muscle May Ward Off Chronic Inflammation On Its Own

Human muscle has an innate ability to ward off the damaging effects of chronic inflammation when exercised, a new study suggests. The study, published...

Study: The Wealth Of Indian Billionaires Increased By 35 Percent During The Lockdown

As the pandemic severely hit the economy leaving millions out of job, the wealth of Indian billionaires increased by 35 percent during the lockdown...

Report: How Brain Distinguishes Speech From Noise

Scientists have given physiological evidence that a pervasive neuromodulation system - a group of neurons that regulate the functioning of more specialized neurons -...

Study: Pandemic Severely Disrupts Sleep, Ups Stress

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that the Covid-19 pandemic is seriously affecting sleep habits, increasing stress and anxiety, and further...

Study: People Tend To Take More Risks When Prodded By A Robot

Even as the scale of interaction between humans and technology increases, new research has shown that people tend to take more risks when prodded...

Study To Delve Deeper Into The Mindset Of Indian Women Towards Matchmaking

Matchmaking is deep-rooted in India's culture, whether it is a distant relative or the neighborhood aunty, everyone is trying to find the perfect match...

Study: Re-Wilding Big Prey Animals Help Restoring Tiger Habitat

A new Wildlife Conservation Society-led first-of-its-kind study shows how to fully restore a key tiger landscape by re-wilding it with big, juicy prey animals. Publishing...

Divorces Impact Negatively Both On Physical And Mental Health

Going through a divorce is extremely challenging and now a new study reveals that it can negatively impact mental and physical health. The study,...

Excessive Social Media Use Linked with Depression Amid Pandemic

In a major study, researchers have found that the excessive use of social media for Covid-19 health information is related to both depression and...

Microsoft Study Shows Pandemic has Increased Feeling of Burnout Among Workers

If you've been feeling overwhelmed at work lately, you are not alone as a new Microsoft study has shown that the pandemic has increased...

Students Should Engage In Critical Thinking: PM Modi

Emphasising on the need to impart learning in a language that a student understands, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked students to engage...

Coding Emerges as the Highest Searched Online Course Amid Pandemic

By Puja Gupta While traditional channels of education are disrupted due to the pandemic, those in pursuit of knowledge have discovered a big fountain of...

Children Can Shed SARS-CoV-2 With No Symptoms

New research suggests that children can shed SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, even if they never develop symptoms or for long after symptoms...

AI Generated Rapid MRI Scans Can be Accurate: Study

Rapid MRI scans generated with Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be just as accurate, useful and reliable as traditional magnetic resonance imaging, shows a study...

Health Care Visits not Important Risk Factor for Contracting Covid-19

A US study of pregnant patients during the pandemic has found that in-person health care visits were not an important risk factor for contracting...

AI Algorithm to Predict Susceptibility to Substance Abuse Among Homeless Youth

Researchers, including two of Indian-origin, have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm which can help predict susceptibility to substance use disorder among young homeless...

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Upcoming B-Town Films Inspired From The Great Epics Ramayana and Mahabharata

The epics Ramayana and Mahabharata seem to be the latest favourites of our filmmakers. A host of new films have been launched, with plots...

Representation of Women on Cinema Can Alter How People Percieve Them in Real: Anushka Sharma

On the occasion of International Women's Day, actress Anushka Sharma promises to make sure all her films have progressive women characters. She says it...

Tech Review (Realme Watch S): Affordable Yet Stylish

The love for fitness and style is increasing among the millennials in the country. Keeping this in mind, popular smartphone brand realme has launched...

Women Photographers Making An Impact In Today’s World

"People always call me 'sir' when they first call as they don't expect a woman to be behind the camera" are the words of...