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  • Air pollution may up risk of neurological disorders: Study
    New York, October 20 (IANS): New research adds to the growing body of evidence that air pollution is significantly associated with an increased risk of hospital admissions for several neurological disorders, including Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and other dementias.
  • China's Sinovac vaccine is safe, Brazil institute says
    BEIJING/SAO PAULO, October 20 (Reuters) - An experimental coronavirus vaccine developed by China's Sinovac Biotech appeared to be safe in a late-stage clinical trial in Brazil, preliminary results showed on Monday. São Paulo's Butantan Institute, one of Brazil's leadi
  • First results of Russian coronavirus vaccine trial may include data from 5,000-10,000 people
    MOSCOW, October 20 (Reuters) - Preliminary results from the late-stage human trial of Russia's main coronavirus vaccine candidate could include data from 5,000-10,000 participants, Denis Logunov, a director at the Gamaleya Institute that developed the vaccine, said on Monday. Russia
  • Have nutritional beverage with exercise for fit body, sharp mind
    New York, October 19 (IANS): Daily exercise, along with nutrient-enriched beverages, can do wonder with improving both physical and cognitive health, researchers have discovered. While exercise alone improved strength and endurance, mobility and stability, those who also consumed the nu
  • WHO warns against complacency in view of declining Covid cases
    New Delhi, October 19 (IANS): The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday cautioned against any relaxation of response actions following the recent slight decline in Covid-19 cases in South-East Asia Region, saying the pandemic continues unabated and our response only needs to be strengt



  • Women-led SMBs saw more closures in pandemic globally: Facebook
    San Francisco, October 20 (IANS): Stressing that women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic globally, Facebook on Tuesday said that female-led small and medium businesses (SMBs) were more likely than male-led SMBs to report that they were closed, even when taking into acco
  • Sleep disruption due to overuse of smartphones
    New Delhi, October 19 (IANSlife): Cell phones have become integral to function for nearly everyone. While it has brought a lot of tasks to our fingertips, cell phones also have a host of disadvantages. Cellphones emit intermittent electromagnetic radiation (also referred to as Radio Freque
  • 'Manifold increase in spine problems post-lockdown'
    New Delhi, October 18 (IANSlife) As vital as the spine is for the body, problems occuring due to the sedentary lifestyle in lockdown have amplified manifold in the ongoing pandemic, says a spine expert. According to Dr Samir Salvie - Consultant Orthopedic and Spine Surgeon, P. D. Hinduj
  • Restaurants innovate new, creative ways to bring back diners
    New Delhi, October 17 (IANSlife): COVID-19 has impacted the F&B industry like never before in the history of mankind. Restaurants are struggling to get back to their feet by gradually adapting to the new normal. As the lockdown is lifted in most Indian cities, restaurants are welcoming
  • 'Dream girl' Hema Malini turns 72: Daughters, fans shower her with love
    Mumbai, October 16 (IANS): Veteran actress and politician Hema Malini celebrates her 72nd birthday on Friday, and her daughters Esha and Ahana Deol took to social media to wish her on the occasion. "Happy birthday mamma. God bless you. Stay happy and healthy. Love u my super woman,