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Hyderabad: Covaxin blunts key Covid variants, says Bharat Biotech-ICMR study

The Times of India 18 May 2021
Indigenous Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin is effective in fighting all key emerging variants, including the double mutant B.1.617 and B.1.1.7, which were first identified in India and the UK, its developer Bharat Biotech said on Sunday while citing a study published in an Oxford journal.
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Long working hours a killer:WHO study

Shenzhen Daily 18 May 2021
In the first global study of the loss of life associated with longer working hours, the paper in the journal Environment International showed that 745,000 people died from stroke and heart disease associated with long working hours in 2016 ... The joint study, produced by the WHO and ...
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Melting of Greenland ice may accelerate as glaciers get shorter: Study

Straits Times 18 May 2021
As the central-western Greenland ice sheet melts, it is also shrinking in height, with its surface exposed to warmer temperatures at lower altitudes that contributes further to melting, according to research published on Monday (May 17) in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Arctic fires, thawing permafrost pose growing threat to climate -study

Reuters 18 May 2021
... not fully accounted for in global emissions agreements, a study said on Monday ... That threatens to create a feedback loop that contributes to even more warming of the atmosphere, scientists warn in a study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Melting of Greenland ice may accelerate as glaciers get shorter - study

Reuters 18 May 2021
As the central-western Greenland ice sheet melts, it is also shrinking in height, with its surface exposed to warmer temperatures at lower altitudes that contributes further to melting, according to research published on Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Scientists find particles of ultrahigh energy in Milky Way

China Daily 18 May 2021
A Chinese cosmic ray observatory has found 12 sources of ultrahigh-energy photons and detected a photon with a record-breaking energy level of 1.4 peta-electron volt, or 1.4 million billion electron volts, according to a study published in the journal Nature on Monday.
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India drops plasma therapy from Covid treatment protocol

Indian Express 18 May 2021
It comes three days after findings of the RECOVERY trial, the largest randomised trial to report results of the effect of convalescent plasma in patients hospitalised with Covid-19, were published in The Lancet medical journal. The study findings showed that compared with usual ...
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Health Fusion: Link between adolescent obesity and stroke

Post Bulletin 18 May 2021
New research bolsters the idea that being obese is bad for your health, even when you're young. The study, published in Stroke, the journal of the American Stroke Association, reports that a higher body mass index (BMI) in adolescence is associated with a higher risk of having your first ischemic stroke before the age of 50 ... F ... .
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Why This Scientist Is On A Mission To Turn Your Poo Blue

Huffington Post 18 May 2021
Prof Spector was involved in a study, published in the medical journal Gut, which saw 863 healthy individuals eat food with blue dye to monitor gut transit times ... “This study showed there was ... His study suggests gut transit times are a more informative marker of your gut ...
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Covaxin blunts key Covid variants, says BB-ICMR study

The Times of India 17 May 2021
Hyderabad.Indigenous Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin is effective in fighting all key emerging variants, including the double mutant B.1.617 and B.1.1.7, which were first identified in India and the UK, its developer Bharat Biotech said on Sunday while citing a study published in an Oxford journal.
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Middle-aged women should check their blood pressure regularly to avoid heart attacks: Study

Hindustan Times 17 May 2021
A study that was published on World Hypertension Day in European Journal of Preventive Cardiology showed that women who suffer from mild blood pressure in their early 40s have a higher risk of acute coronary syndromes in their 50s ... The study was published on World Hypertension Day ...
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The gratitude cycle and customer relationships

B & FT Online 17 May 2021
A recent study published in a January 2021 edition of Psychology & Marketing journal showed that there are more benefits for the business from positive customer reviews ... As was confirmed in the aforementioned Psychology & Marketing journal study, written reviews can work wonders on the attitudes on new customers.
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Long working hours are a killer, WHO study shows

Hindustan Times 17 May 2021
In the first global study of the loss of life associated with longer working hours, the paper in the journal Environment International showed that 745,000 people died from stroke and heart disease associated with long working hours in 2016 ... In the first global study of the loss of ...
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Study on avoiding heart attacks in middle aged womena

Beijing News 17 May 2021
The study was published on World Hypertension Day in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, it is a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) ... This study investigated whether mildly elevated blood pressure (130-139/80-89 mmHg) was a stronger risk factor for acute coronary syndromes in women than in men.
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Doctors urge middle-aged women to check their blood pressure to avoid heart attacks

Sify 17 May 2021
The study was published on World Hypertension Day in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, it is a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) ... Previous studies have suggested that high blood pressure is a stronger risk factor for heart disease in women than in men.
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