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COVID-19 effect: Blending new ideas in foreign education

COVID-19 effect: Blending new ideas in foreign education

The education sector is across the world is undergoing a forced transformation due to COVID-19, FPJ writer takes a look this evolution

FPJ fast facts: Scientists identify 6 different types COVID-19 with different severity levels; here’s what we know

FPJ fast facts: Scientists identify 6 different types COVID-19 with different severity levels; here’s what we know

Scientists at Kings College, London have identified six different types of coronavirus, which they say is a breakthrough that ‘promises t...Read More

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Indian-origin academic goes on strike over ‘racist’ staff at UK college

London : A leading Indian-origin academic has gone strike against tutoring students from King’s College London after its staff members al...Read More

Kid’s reading abilities can be gauged by DNA

Kid’s reading abilities can be gauged by DNA

London: Reading ability of kids throughout school years can be predicted from their DNA alone, say scientists who have developed a new ge...Read More

Fatty acids in brain linked to Alzheimer

Fatty acids in brain linked to Alzheimer

London: The metabolism of omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids in the brain are associated with the progression of Alzheimer’s dis...Read More

Facebook addiction is connected with genes

Facebook addiction is connected with genes

London: Are you anxious that your kid is hooked to social networking sites or busy playing video games throughout the night? You now have...Read More

India Conquered: British Raj and the chaos of empire: Review

India Conquered: British Raj and the chaos of empire: Review

Title: India Conquered: British Raj and the chaos of empire

Majority of depressed people get inadequate or no care at all

Majority of depressed people get inadequate or no care at all

Washington: According to a recent study, the vast majority of people with depression across the world receive inadequate treatment or no ...Read More

Psychosis is linked with low levels of physical activity

Psychosis is linked with low levels of physical activity

Washington DC: A study has recently revealed that people with psychosis engage in low levels of physical activity. The study of more than...Read More

Fast food during pregnancy could increase ADHD risk in kids

Fast food during pregnancy could increase ADHD risk in kids

London: A high-fat, high-sugar diet of processed food and confectionery during pregnancy may be linked to symptoms of attention-deficit/h...Read More

Eating peanuts cause zero health risk in infants

Eating peanuts cause zero health risk in infants

London: Consuming peanuts products during early infancy can have zero effect on the growth of a child and on his or her nutrition, confir...Read More

ADHD may emerge in adulthood too

ADHD may emerge in adulthood too

London: While it is well established that childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may continue into adulthood, new rese...Read More

Chronic fatigue may prompt you to suppress emotions

Chronic fatigue may prompt you to suppress emotions

London: Individuals suffering from chronic fatigue tend to be more anxious, distressed and are also more likely to suppress these emotion...Read More

Eating past 8 p.m. won’t make your kids fat

Eating past 8 p.m. won’t make your kids fat

Washington D.C: It’s a long held belief among dieters that eating after 8 p.m. can lead to a greater weight gain, but now, a team of rese...Read More

Vitamin C rich diet may slow down cataracts

Vitamin C rich diet may slow down cataracts

London: Eating a diet rich in vitamin C may slow the progression of cataract — a condition that may lead to blindness, reveals a study, a...Read More

Vitamin C can help keep cataracts at bay

Vitamin C can help keep cataracts at bay

Washington D.C : You may want to add vitamin C to your diet as a new study has suggested that it can help cut cataract progression risk. ...Read More

Men with autism have different brain connections: new study

Men with autism have different brain connections: new study

London: Men with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have subtle differences in a part of the brain crucial to developing language and social ...Read More

Surgery more effective for obese diabetes patients

Surgery more effective for obese diabetes patients

London :  As per a recent study metabolic or bariatric surgery may be more effective than standard medical treatments for the long-term c...Read More

‘Coarse’ porridge to help lower blood sugar levels

‘Coarse’ porridge to help lower blood sugar levels

London: Next time when you buy porridge for morning breakfast, try to look for one with rough and coarse particles as this can significan...Read More

Smokers likelier to develop schizophrenia, claims study

Smokers likelier to develop schizophrenia, claims study

London: Warning for Smokers! A new study has suggested that smoking could play a direct role in the development of schizophrenia, and cig...Read More

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