Scientists decode likely order of Covid-19 symptoms

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LOS ANGELES: Scientists have found the likely order in which Covid-19 symptoms first appear, an advance that may help clinicians rule out other...

One in two youths subject to depression, anxiety, says ILO survey on effects of...

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UNITED NATIONS: Half of the world's youth population are subject to anxiety or depression-causing circumstances and more than a third are uncertain of...

Coronavirus-related children’s diseases linked to blood cell changes, says study

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LONDON: A newly described disease occurring in children and linked to Covid-19 is associated with significant changes in the immune system's white blood...

Study reveals malaria discovery could expedite antiviral treatment for Covid-19

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WASHINGTON: A study outlines a strategy that could save years of drug discovery research and millions of dollars in drug development by repurposing...

Mother’s obesity may interfere with child’s brain development, says study

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NEW YORK: Obesity in expectant mothers may be a contributing factor in hindering the development of the babies' brains, according to a new...

Covid-19 does not directly cause loss of taste: Study

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WASHINGTON: Covid-19 does not directly damage taste bud cells, according to a study which found that taste loss is likely caused indirectly by...

Study identifies longer-term symptoms in Covid-19 patients

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LONDON: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have identified a pattern of longer-term symptoms likely to be experienced by people who were hospitalised with...

Home electric cookers could efficiently sanitise N95 masks, scientists say

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WASHINGTON: Fifty minutes of dry heat in an electric cooker, such as a rice cooker or Instant Pot, could effectively sanitise N95 respirator...

Researchers find clue to improve artificial vision for patients with retinitis pigmentosa

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SEOUL: Important findings that could potentially improve the performance of retinal prostheses creating an artificial vision for blind individuals have been reported by...

Study reveals drivers who keep windows down exposed to 80 pc more air pollution

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LONDON: Car users from the world's least affluent cities are exposed to a disproportionate amount of in-car air pollution because they rely heavily...

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