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Breathing polluted air can damage optic nerve, cause blindness
Glaucoma, a neurodegenerative disease, is the leading global cause of irreversible blindness.
Period of resting is important after a traumatic event: It can boost mental recovery
Specific brain systems could be targeted to reduce the d...
What electric shock treatment and trade wars have in common
For now it’s the lack of certainty about what’s to come that’s dealing blow to co...
Fascinated by materialism? You are more likely to spend on jewellery
A person's spending habits reveal a lot about his or her personality.
Railway Ministry studying profiles of officials under anti-corruption drive: Piyush Goyal
Goyal said that the govt had taken steps to address the issue of transparency across all departments and a clean-up drive was being executed across the states.
Rise of smaller rivals throws up fresh challenge to bitcoin
Bitcoin now accounts for around 60 per cent of the $240 billion crypto market.
Pack your bags & head home: Working over 55 hours every week can increase depression risk in women
Weekend working was linked to a higher risk of depression among both sexes.
Brexit-hit UK varsities to recruit more Indian, Chinese students: Report
At top universities, overseas students pay nearly four times as much as UK students.
2018: When technology took a quantum leap to future
2018 saw technology take a quantum leap to touch virtually every aspect of our lives, and even beyond it maybe.
Camera, safety pins & hair grips: Sara Tendulkar's UCL grad ceremony checklist
Sachin and Anjali Tendulkar are in London with daughter to mark the special day.
Keep your BP in control: Warm room temperatures may help manage hypertension
New research found that lower indoor temperatures were associated with higher blood pressure.
People who never take stress often underestimate risks even after being warned
Feeling anxious makes people process and internalise bad news better.
Visa restrictions can increase illegal migration: Study
The study, published in the journal PNAS, found that restricting students and those eligible for high-skilled visas does little to change the overall volume or composition of incoming migrants.
UK peer calls for action to prevent fall in Indian student numbers
Lord Philip Norton, chair of the UK's Higher Education Commission, raised the issue in Parliament yesterday as he warned that the country's higher education export "success story" was under threat.
Bennett University gets UK funding for AI skilling project
The aim is large-scale adoption, training and skilling in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and deep learning technologies at India’s engineering institutions.
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