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World Asthma Day theme 2019: Here are the early symptoms to watch out for!

World Asthma Day, celebrated on the first Tuesday in May every year, aims to increase awareness about asthma that affects around 235 million people worldwide.

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One in five children suffer from anxiety and depression, AI can detect this early

The voice analysis could also be combined with the motion analysis into a battery of technology-assisted diagnostic tools, to help identify children at risk of anxiety and depression before even their

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Meghan, Britain’s Duchess of Sussex and wife of Prince Harry, delivers baby boy

The new father, Prince Harry, told reporters that Meghan and the baby were doing "incredibly well" and that the couple were "absolutely thrilled" since the birth at 0526 am (local time).

Akshaya Tritiya 2019 date and time: Know when to buy gold on Akha Teej

Buying gold is considered lucky on this day; therefore it is the best time to buy any kind of gold jewelry or coins.

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What is ventricular fibrillation and how does it affect your heart?

A recent American Heart Association statement has elaborated on specific socioeconomic factors linked with cardiovascular disease.

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Scientists warn a million species at risk of extinction, bold action needed

The report found that the average abundance of native species in most major land-based habitats has fallen by at least 20 percent, mostly since 1900.

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Sleep well! This radar system can monitor body’s vital signs wirelessly

Researchers are also exploring the use of the technology to monitor activity levels and falls by residents of long-term care homes, and in hospitals for routine monitoring of heart and breathing rates

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New blood test may help detect Alzheimer’s disease eight years before first symptoms occur

In order to increase the number of correctly identified Alzheimer's cases and to reduce the number of false positive diagnoses, the researchers introduced the two-tier diagnostic method.

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Hubble data used to create portrait of distant universe containing 265,000 galaxies

This new image mosaic is the first in a series of Hubble Legacy Field images. The team is working on the second set of images, totaling more than 5,200 Hubble exposures, in another area of the sky.

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Rukmini Devi Arundale: This iconic Indian dancer was a strong crusader of vegetarianism and animal rights

With her demise, Rukmini Arundale left behind a vibrant and rich legacy through the institutions that she directly worked to establish.

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Scientists at IIT Mandi develop self-cleaning glass that can purify water through sunlight

Removal of such toxic chemicals from water is successfully demonstrated by many researchers at a laboratory scale.

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Time for companies to consider mental health care as a worthy investment

It is time for companies and organizations to think of mental health care as a worthy investment.

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Ramadan 2019: Fasting begins for many Muslims, see why it is tomorrow in India, Pakistan

Fasting is aimed at drawing worshippers closer to God through self-control, remembrance, and humility. The challenge of fasting for many is also a chance to reset spiritually and physically, kick bad

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Snakelike robot may help save white rhinos from extinction

Hope for their survival now rests on the ability to develop innovative methods for repopulating the species, according to researchers from the University of California San Diego and San Diego Zoo Glob

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Cyclone Fani: How India tracked the worst cyclonic storm in decades and minimized its impact

Elaborating on the formation stage of cyclone 'Fani', he said help from other institutes of the MoES played a crucial role in predicting the development of the cyclone.

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Experts call for newer tools, continued investments in R&D to eliminate malaria by 2030

The study was conducted by independent policy researchers and commissioned by Novartis, the company that launched the first fixed-dose artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) two decades ago.

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Most Indian adults not aware they are suffering from Hypertension: Study

Dr. Dorairaj Prabhakaran, Vice President, Research and Policy, at PHFI and one of the authors of the study, said detection of hypertension is straightforward, treatments are simple yet effective, and

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3D-printed vascular networks pave way for artificial organs

In the tests of therapeutic implants for liver disease, the team 3D printed tissues, loaded them with primary liver cells and implanted them into mice.

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Mind without Fear | This isn’t a hero’s tale

Legally speaking, Gupta’s biggest defence is that the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s wiretap on Galleon Fund owner Raj Rajaratnam did not find him passing on the tip and there was no money trai

Democracy Hacked | Growing influence of social media and idea of democracy

As the world turned digital, Indian politics has also taken that turn. Last election, only the incumbent Prime Minister and his party had recognised the importance of social media.

Is it right to outrightly ban cannabis cultivation?

Legalisation of cannabis is a much debated topic. Is it right to outrightly ban its cultivation and production or can we use it selectively for our benefit?

Nobody and nothing can take away the essence of jazz: Louis Banks

"Jazz is the most democratic and free (form of) music in the universe... it can bend and fuse with any kind of music globally and, due to that intriguing quality, it can go undetected in all genres of

The Malbec grape — Argentina’s wine superstar

Among these many days, there is a relatively young one which celebrates the wines from the Malbec grape. It falls on April 17 and is celebrated worldwide in an effort to garner attention towards Argen

Japanese flavours to discerning diners in the national capital

From refreshing additions to the menu like cold tomato soup with snow crab to flirting with different styles of cooking, including the use of clay pot, the new head chef, Shimomura Kazuya, is leaving

Rangers find three-eyed snake in Australia’s Humpty Doo

Wildlife officers told the Northern Territory News the 40 centimetre (18-inch) carpet python was about three months old and died after about a month in captivity.

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Air pollution: Cutting dirty fuel use may save 2.7 lakh lives annually in India, says IIT Delhi study

Mitigating the use of household fuels could also reduce air pollution-related deaths in the country by about 13 per cent, which is equivalent to saving about 270,000 lives a year, said researchers, in

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Gold toilet ‘America’ to be installed at UK palace; will be open for public use

The gold-toilet made headlines in the US after the Guggenheim museum offered it to the US President Donald Trump instead of the Van Gogh painting he requested.

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