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Brown coal may help in combating viruses

Brown coal may help in combating viruses

Washington: Scientists have identified biologically active molecular components of humic substances extracted from coal, and discovered s...Read More

H1N1 claims 197 lives in Maharashtra this year, so far

H1N1 claims 197 lives in Maharashtra this year, so far

Health experts say the change in climate, global travelling patterns, the transfer of viruses from one place to another and the possibili...Read More

How kids’ noses improve lung infection diagnosis

How kids’ noses improve lung infection diagnosis

London: Tiny organisms in a child’s nose could offer clues to improving the diagnosis and treatment of severe lung infections, a new stud...Read More

Mumbai: Now, Triple H Clinic for HIV, Hepatitis B & C

Mumbai: Now, Triple H Clinic for HIV, Hepatitis B & C

Mumbai: A unique clinic, ‘Triple H,’ has been set up for patients suffering from Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C viruses along with HIV by Jaslo...Read More

Ancient virus could determine sex of a baby: Study

Ancient virus could determine sex of a baby: Study

New York: Remnants of an ancient virus in our DNA could sometimes take on surprising roles in developing embryos and even determine their...Read More

Good night’s sleep helps boosts  immune system ‘memory’ too

Good night’s sleep helps boosts immune system ‘memory’ too

London : A good night’s sleep not only strengthens your memory but also strengthens the response-memory of your immune system when it com...Read More

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‘Leaky’ vaccines could make diseases more deadly: study

Washington : More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called “leaky” vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, hav...Read More

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Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

Washington: Inflammatory bowel diseases may be associated with an increase in the diversity of viruses in the body, scientists say.

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New vaccine candidate for Chikungunya virus found

Washington: Scientists have successfully developed a new method of vaccine creation for Chikungunya virus (CHIKV), using a novel technique.

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