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Study on Covid-19 Variants Could Be Breakthrough in Predicting Strains in Population

A new study on the emergence of new Covid-19 variants has shown that Sars-CoV-2 virus mutates inside the infected patient’s body and then...

Huge Rock Mass Broke from Left Valley of Raunthi Gad, Leading to Flood in U’Khand in Feb: GSI

A huge mass of rock and snow broke from a left valley of Raunthi Gad, crashing down in the Rishiganga valley and triggering...

Struggling To Make Your Kids Eat Vegetable? Fret Not; Experts Have Just The Solution For You

If you are a parent, then you know difficult it can be to get your kids to like vegetables. You must have tried...

Patients who use statin may be at lower risk of developing cancer: Study

A new study has found that statin use among patients with heart failure is associated with a 16 per cent lower risk of...

Mask-wearing might increase distress in people with social anxiety: Study

The findings of a recent study suggest that people who have social anxiety might experience increased distress due to mask-wearing during and even...

Moderate, vigorous physical activity curb arterial stiffening in children: Study

Higher levels of moderate and vigorous physical activity can help curb arterial stiffening already in childhood, according to a recent Finnish study. However,...

Childhood exercise could maintain, promote cognitive function later: Study

An international research group has illuminated the changes in the brain's neural network and cortex structure that underlie the positive association between childhood...

Exposure to common cold virus may help fight COVID-19: Study

Exposure to the virus that causes common cold can provide protection against infection by the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind COVID-19, according to a study.The...

Aerobic exercise helps cognitive function in older adults: Study

Until now, systemic biomarkers to measure exercise effects on brain function and that link to relevant metabolic responses were lacking. A recent study...

Women’s mental health has higher association with dietary factors: Study

According to new research from Binghamton University at State University of New York, mental health of women likely has a higher association with...

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