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  • Artificial Intelligence Can Read Brain Data and Generate Personally Attractive Images By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CAN READ BRAIN DATA AND GENERATE PERSONALLY ATTRACTIVE IMAGES

    Researchers Develop An AI That Can Understand What We Subjectively Find Attractive.

    Brain
  • Lead Exposure May Cause Poor Kidney Function in Overweight Children By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    LEAD EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE POOR KIDNEY FUNCTION IN OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN

    Study reveals that in-utero lead exposure may result in poor kidney function in overweight children later in life.

    Overweight
  • Regular Physical Activity Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CAN PREVENT TYPE 2 DIABETES

    Study shows that regular physical activity is an effective strategy to prevent type 2 diabetes.

    Diabetes
  • Moms Need Advice on Diet and Nutrition During Breastfeeding By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    MOMS NEED ADVICE ON DIET AND NUTRITION DURING BREASTFEEDING

    New study shows 30% of breastfeeding moms got conflicting advice on eating the same food their infant is allergic to.

    Mom, Food, Nutrition, Diet
  • Analysis of Proteomics Helps to Identify Drug Targets By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    ANALYSIS OF PROTEOMICS HELPS TO IDENTIFY DRUG TARGETS

    Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine show that analysis of the proteomics, or all the protein data, from aggressive human cancers...

    Drugs, Cancer
  • Ethicists Suggest Revisiting 14-day Limit on Human Embryo By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    ETHICISTS SUGGEST REVISITING 14-DAY LIMIT ON HUMAN EMBRYO

    Research team at Case Western Reserve University contends it may be justified to go beyond the standing 14-day limit that restricts...

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging may Help Treat Mental Illness By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING MAY HELP TREAT MENTAL ILLNESS

    University of Rochester meta-study finds some positive results for the experimental real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging...

  • Survey Says 54% People In Hyderabad Have Antibodies Against COVID By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    SURVEY SAYS 54% PEOPLE IN HYDERABAD HAVE ANTIBODIES AGAINST COVID

    In Hyderabad, around 54% of people have antibodies against Coronavirus, reveals a joint survey. The joint effort estimated the seroprevalence...

  • Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Effective From Day 11 Post 1st Dose By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINE EFFECTIVE FROM DAY 11 POST 1ST DOSE

    One dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is sufficient in providing a robust immune response 11 days after inoculation against...

    Vaccination
  • Fungal Infections Add Burden To Treatment Options By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    FUNGAL INFECTIONS ADD BURDEN TO TREATMENT OPTIONS

    Potential lethality due to Systemic fungal infections allows the researchers to exercise measures for developing the antifungal treatment.

  • Sputnik V May be India's Third Covid Vaccine By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    SPUTNIK V MAY BE INDIA'S THIRD COVID VACCINE

    Sputnik V vaccine has already been approved by several countries across North and South America, the Middle East, Europe, Asia and...

    Vaccination
  • Global Covid-19 Cases Reach 115.5 Million By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    GLOBAL COVID-19 CASES REACH 115.5 MILLION

    Global Covid-19 cases has topped 115.5 million. Countries with more than a million confirmed coovid-19 cases are Brazil, Russia, the...

  • Researchers Want to Help People Recapture Daydream State By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    RESEARCHERS WANT TO HELP PEOPLE RECAPTURE DAYDREAM STATE

    The ability to think for pleasure is important, and you can get better at it, Westgate says. The first step is recognizing that while...

  • Over a Million Indians Took Vaccine Shot in One Day By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    OVER A MILLION INDIANS TOOK VACCINE SHOT IN ONE DAY

    Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reported that about 10,93,954 people including healthcare workers, frontline workers, senior...

    Vaccination, Senior
  • Presence, Prevalence of Oral Disorders in COVID-19 Survivors By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    PRESENCE, PREVALENCE OF ORAL DISORDERS IN COVID-19 SURVIVORS

    The study "Frequent and Persistent Salivary Gland Ectasia and Oral Disease After COVID-19" published in the iJournal of Dental Research...

    Dental
  • Did Covid-19 Evolve Naturally? By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    DID COVID-19 EVOLVE NATURALLY?

    Covid-19 has evolved naturally and is far more widespread than previously believed. In early February, the international team concluded...

  • New Clock Can Measure Biological Age Precisely By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    NEW CLOCK CAN MEASURE BIOLOGICAL AGE PRECISELY

    Researchers develop a new clock that can accurately and precisely measure the biological age of organisms.

  • COVID-19 Death Rates Higher in Obese Countries By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    COVID-19 DEATH RATES HIGHER IN OBESE COUNTRIES

    COVID-19 death tolls were highest in countries where more than half of the adult population are overweight.

    Overweight, Obesity
  • Knowledge on Skin Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccine Essential By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    KNOWLEDGE ON SKIN REACTIONS TO COVID-19 VACCINE ESSENTIAL

    Delayed skin reactions should not discourage patients from getting COVID-19 vaccine, say researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital.

    Vaccination, Skin, Hospital
  • Feeling More Informed About Health May Help Teens With Depression By Medindia Health   -   Mar 5, 2021

    FEELING MORE INFORMED ABOUT HEALTH MAY HELP TEENS WITH DEPRESSION

    Research shows that health information from credible sources can help teens battle depression.

    Depression