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Bengaluru | Apr 9, 2019
Could oral vaccines be the answer to India’s rabies problem?

Researchers worked with an international non-profit organisation called Mission Rabies, to study the efficiency of using oral baits, which contain anti-rabies vaccine, to vaccinate free-ranging dogs.

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Bengaluru | Apr 4, 2019

A global study finds that diets high in sodium and low in whole grains and fruits result in most deaths.

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Bengaluru | Apr 4, 2019
Hearing out the deaf: IISc researchers design a smartphone-based therapy and hearing aid

Researchers from IISc, Bengaluru, have designed a smartphone-based therapy and hearing aid.

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Bengaluru | Apr 3, 2019
Researchers at the International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, USA, assessed the reach of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) program to the intended beneficiaries and took stock of its shortcomings.

Researchers at the International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, USA, assessed the reach of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) program to the intended beneficiaries and took stock of its shortcomings.

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Bengaluru | Apr 2, 2019
Researchers study the trends in smoking in China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and India.

An international collaboration of researchers have studied the trends in tobacco use in China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and India. The study, which included a million participants, is a meta-analysis of 20 cohort studies in these countries that collected data on tobacco habits from representative individuals above 35 years of age. The results reveal region–specific tobacco smoking patterns and the resulting mortality.

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Lucknow | Apr 1, 2019
Half of the kids with pneumonia lack adequate care in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, finds study

Researchers at King George’s Medical University and Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, has estimated the burden of community-acquired pneumonia among children aged 2-59 months in four districts of Northern India.

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Bengaluru | Mar 27, 2019
India’s C-Section Conundrum: Too many or too few? It’s both!

A grapevine in India’s maternity scene is that cesarean births have become rampant in recent years and vaginal delivery is almost a miracle. Although natural, doctors advice against vaginal birth in cases where pregnancy-related complications could endanger the lives of the mother and the baby. Instead, a surgical procedure, called C-section or cesarean section, is performed where the uterus is cut open to deliver the baby.

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New Delhi | Mar 26, 2019
Detecting a melange of diseases in milliseconds | IIT Delhi

Researchers at IIT Delhi develop a portable hardware system to detect malaria, tuberculosis, intestinal parasites and cervical cancer.

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Bengaluru | Mar 26, 2019
Wiping off fossil fuels could save 3.6 million lives

Researchers estimate that half of these deaths, resulting in India and China, can be prevented.

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Bengaluru | Mar 25, 2019
A blood test to identify preterm births can help save millions in India

Researchers from Canada, Bangladesh, and the USA have proposed a simple, cost-efficient blood test of the newborn that can estimate the pregnancy length. Such a test can help diagnosis preterm births in low resource countries and was found to work successfully for new-borns from Bangladesh.

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