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Neonatal antibiotic use may lead to reduced growth in boys

The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, indicates that antibiotic treatment within 14 days of birth may lead to reduced weight and height in boys -- but not girls -- up to the age of six.

Digital payments well entrenched across Indian households: Survey

Covering 5,314 households across 25 states with a sample designed to represent states and households across the income spectrum, the survey was aimed at understanding the awareness, adoption and use behaviour

Religious people cope well with anxiety, depression: Study

Religious people look for positive ways of thinking about hardship, a practice known to psychologists as "cognitive reappraisal."

Mediterranean diet reduces risk of prostate cancer progression

"A Mediterranean diet is non-invasive, good for overall health and, as shown by this study, has the potential to effect the progression of their cancer," said the lead researcher, Justin Gregg, Assistant Professor at the University of Texas.

Researchers identify over 109,000 impact craters on moon

Impact craters are the most prominent lunar surface feature and occupy most of the moon's surface

Covid severity affected by antibodies proportion targeting crucial viral protein

The findings which were published in Science Immunology identifies new links between the course of the disease and a patient's immune response to it

Disposable surgical masks best for making your speech heard

For the study, published in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, the team tested medical masks, disposable surgical masks, masks with clear plastic windows around the mouth, and homemade

Disposable surgical masks best for speeches

The researchers used a special loudspeaker shaped like a human head so that sound radiates as it would coming from a human mouth.

Quarter of world may not get Covid vax until 2022: Study

The findings, published in the journal The BMJ, suggest that the operational challenges of the global Covid-19 vaccination programme will be at least as difficult as the scientific challenges associated with their development.

Average daily time spent on smartphone up 25% in India: Report

"Amid the socially-distant lives that the pandemic pushed us to lead, the smartphone emerged as the central nervous system for everything be it working or learning from home or staying connected with friends and family," said Nipun Marya

New Apple iPad Air: Work, play, unleash your creativity 24/7

Moreover, the device with 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display works seamlessly with Apple Pencil and can be your notepad, canvas, scanner and the perfect device for augmented reality (AR), as you look to create, work and stream from anywhere.

Droughts are threatening global wetlands: Study

"Wetlands around the world are incredibly important for maintaining our planet's biodiversity and they store vast amounts of carbon that can help fight climate change," said study

Generous people can live longer: Study

The researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany, concluded that people are living longer in societies whose members support each other with resources

Study finds Covid antibodies, virus can exist in children simultaneously

With most viruses, when you start to detect antibodies, you won't detect the virus anymore. But with COVID-19, we're seeing both, said lead author of the study, Burak Bahar, M.D

Study reveals why walking to work may be better for you than a casual stroll

The researchers also found that walking trips that begin at home are generally longer than walking trips that begin somewhere else.

World facing bankruptcy time bomb: Study

"Covid-19 is creating an insolvency time bomb," said the report by Euler Hermes, predicting a 35-per cent cumulative jump in the number of companies that go bust between 2019 and 2021

Telangana to form committee to study cropping, marketing patterns

Besides studying different types of crops sown across the world, marketing facilities of the crops would also be studied by the committee

Study on how smartphones empower women in less developed countries

Putting smartphones in women's hands could be a powerful tool to support sustainable development goals in the developing world, say researchers

Cholesterol cases on rise in Asia region: Study

Research, in which NIN also contributed, says there was not much change in India

Chronic liver disease affects both men and women similarly

Previous studies have suggested women might have higher mortality of cirrhosis of the liver than men. Women are also less likely to receive liver transplantation. But the research was unclear.

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