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Science  /  Published 02.04.19

Seeing reminders of coffee can stimulate the brain, study shows

Just looking at something that reminds us of coffee can cause our minds to become more alert and attentive, according to a new University of Toronto study. “Coffee is one of the most popular beverag...
By Don Campbell

Opinion  /  Published 17.05.20

Dead on arrival: Neonatal and under-5 mortality

Selective achievements cannot always be a sign of overall progress. Significant gains are worth celebrating: India’s under-five mortality count went down from 83 in 2000 to 42 per 1,000 live births ...
By The Editorial Board

Science  /  Published 17.11.19

Magic bullet?

For decades, scientists and doctors have treated common bacterial and viral infections with fairly blunt therapies. If you developed a sinus infection or a stomach bug, you would likely be given a bro...
By Knvul Sheikh/NYTNS

India  /  Published 10.06.20

Women's Covid shield missing

The biological advantage that women have over men in surviving coronavirus infections observed in multiple countries appears missing in India, researchers have said in the country’s first study of a...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Science  /  Published 25.04.20

'Credit goes to states, give them leeway'

The Centre should loosen its control and give states more autonomy over funding and decision-making on the Covid-19 pandemic, The Lancet, a top international medical journal, said on Saturday in a com...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

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India  /  Published 31.05.20

Questions cloud study on HCQ

Healthcare workers who take six or more doses of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) enjoy “high” protection against the coronavirus infection, India’s health research agency claimed in a study published o...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


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