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Found: Gene that stops TB from mutating into deadly superbugs

Researchers from the Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia in Spain and the University of Sussex in the UK identified the gene called NucS that dramatically reduces mutation rates in mycobacteria - the infectious microbe which causes TB. DNA, 3 weeks ago

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Health Minister’s Claim That India Reduced Infant, Maternal Deaths Faster Than Other Countries False

“IMR and MMR are declining at a faster rate in India than in other parts of the world,” union minister for health and family welfare JP Nadda said on February 18, 2017, during a visit to Tripura for a vaccination drive. This was tweeted by Vaccinate4Life, ...
 Sify1 day ago

Women more attracted to men with vulnerable side!

Alpha males, step aside! Women are more likely to prefer men who have a damaged, vulnerable side that makes them ready to be tamed into 'husband material', according to new research. While nearly two centuries have passed since moody Mr Rochester gave Jane ...
 Business Standard2 days ago

If your kid is too fat, then you may be a reason

Now don't blame those chips and chocolates for you childs extra pounds, as a study says around 35-40 percent of a child's is inherited from their parents.For the most obese children, the proportion rises to 55-60 percent, suggesting that more than half of ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Children inherit obesity from parents: study  Business Standard5 days ago

First ever blueprint for quantum computers unveiled

Scientists have unveiled the first ever practical blueprint to construct a large scale quantum computer, the most powerful computer on Earth that could revolutionise industry, science, medicine and commerce. The work by scientists, including those from ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

New therapy for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's in the offing

Scientists have discovered a new genetic disease which causes neuro-degeneration, an advance that may help develop new therapies for other brain ageing conditions such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Researchers from the University of Sussex in the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

The BIGGEST reason why Indians migrate is...

Marriage is the most common purpose of migration, with 49 per cent migrating for marriage, followed by moving with households (15 per cent) and work/employment (10 per cent), discovers Devanik Saha. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/   It is not a common practice or desirable culture for a Hindu son in India to get separated from his parents on getting married at the instance of the wife, especially when the son is the only earning member in the family,’ the Supreme Court noted ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The world lights up for Christmas

‘Tis the season to be jolly…. The spirit of Christmas is on show in streets across the world, with Christmas lights displays popping up in people’s front yards. Here are some glimpses of beautiful lights put up to celebrate and spread the Christmas cheer. ALSO PLEASE SEE: What do you want for Christmas? Visitors gather under an illuminated Christmas tree at the annual Christmas Market at Marienplatz square in Munich, Germany. Christmas markets have opened across Germany in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Five hurdles in PM Modi's push for a cashless economy

On 27 November, 2016, during an election rally in Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed that all Indians get familiar and make other familiar with cashless transactions. PM Shri @narendramodi appeals to everyone to get trained and ...
 Sify2 months ago 5 Hurdles to Modi's push for cashless economy  Sify2 months ago

Even in last moments of life, Indian women less likely to get medical attention

More Indian men are likely to be admitted to hospital during the last moments of life than women–62.5% to 37.5%–a statistic revealed in new government data on deaths certified by a medical professional. Of 1.06 million certified deaths in 2014, 667,000 ...
 Sify2 months ago
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