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This drink can help diabetics

This drink can help diabetics

Drinking a ketone supplement can lower blood sugar levels, a recent study has found.Researchers at the University of British Columbia and University of Oxford demonstrated that a single drink of ketone ester enables better control of blood sugar by reducing ... Business Standard, 5 days ago

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'Extreme weather events more likely if Paris goals aren't met'

The UN Paris Agreement that aims to limit the global temperature rise to less than two degrees Celsius is unlikely to be met, and could increase the likelihood of extreme weather, a study warns.Researchers found that emissions consistent with the commitments ...
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New system can predict chemotherapy outcome

Scientists have developed a new system that can non-invasively identify which breast cancer patients will respond to chemotherapy within two weeks of beginning treatment.The system generates 3D images of both breasts simultaneously, and enables the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Now, get to know which breast cancer patient responds best to chemo  Business Standard1 week ago

UV light may help kill flu virus: study

Low doses of ultraviolet light can kill airborne flu viruses without harming human tissues, and could be used in hospitals, schools and other public spaces to check the spread of the infection, a study has found.Scientists have known for decades that ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Suicides spiked after death of Robin Williams: study

A 10 per cent increase in suicides - nearly 2,000 additional deaths - was recorded in the US in the four months after actor and comedian Robin Williams took his own life in 2014, according to a study.The findings published in the journal PLOS ONE found that ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Researchers discover 'anxiety cells' in brain

US neuroscientists have identified "anxiety cells" in the brains of mice, paving way for a potential treatment for humans suffering from anxiety disorders. They found the cells inside a structure called the hippocampus. But the cells probably also exist in ...
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IIM-A global ranking, quality of teaching key challenges: Errol D’Souza

As the news of the appointment of professor Errol D’Souza as the new director of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, spread, appreciation poured in from all academic circles. Applauding the Ministry of Human Resource and Development for their ...
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Spread of diseases may be linked to mosquito genes

It has come to light that transfer of molecules from mosquito genes may hold the key to the spreading of dengue fever, among other diseases.Researchers from the University of Missouri in Columbia have found links between genetic molecules in mosquitoes and ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

SC upholds HC order acquitting filmmaker in rape case

The apex court rejected the plea filed by the 30-year-old woman, saying it would not interfere with the high court's 'well-written judgment'. It also said the woman appeared to have responded in a 'positive manner' when they had met on the day of alleged incident and it was a case of 'relationship' in which they have known each other. Peepli Live' co-director Mahmood Farooqui on Friday got a major relief from the Supreme Court which dismissed an American woman's plea challenging a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Mahmood Farooqui rape acquittal 'extremely well decided': Supreme Court  Business Standard1 month ago SC dismisses plea against Farooqui's acquittal in rape case  Deccan Herald1 month ago SC upholds Mahmood Farooqui's acquittal in rape case  Rediff.com1 month ago

Pancreatic cancer accelerated by stress: study

Stress accelerates the development of pancreatic cancer by triggering the release of "fight-or- flight" hormones, a study has found.Beta-blockers - commonly used medications that inhibit these hormones - were found to increase survival in a mouse model of the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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