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New smartphone app can help manage diabetes painlessly

London: Scientists have developed a new app that uses the smartphone camera to painlessly measure blood glucose levels in diabetics, an advance that may...

Vaccine shows protection against gonorrhea for first time

Wellington: Scientists in New Zealand says that a vaccine has for the first time been shown to protect against the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhoea. There...

World Population Day being observed today

New Delhi: World Population Day is being observed today. The objective of the day is to increase the awareness of the people towards the...

Indian-American develops handheld device for cervical cancer

Raleigh: An Indian-American professor and her team have developed a new handheld, low cost device that will soon check cervical cancer without using a...

Chhattisgarh’s big leap: 8 crore saplings to be planted this year

Raipur: Chhattisgarh government has set a target of planting 8 crore saplings in the state this year. For this, a special campaign 'Hariyar Chhattisgarh'...

Antibiotic resistance makes Gonorrhoea hard to treat: WHO

New York: The World Health Organisation has said antibiotic resistance is making gonorrhoea, a sexually-transmitted disease, much harder and sometimes impossible to treat. The global...

Ahmedabad is India’s first World Heritage city

New Delhi: Ahmedabad city has been declared as a World Heritage City at the 41st session of UNESCO's world heritage committee being held at...

Indian women are 25% more likely to order chocolate items online

New Delhi: Indians are particularly partial towards desserts made of chocolate. According to an online consumption pattern studied by Swiggy, people in Mumbai tend to...

Marijuana use may lead to psychosis in teenagers: Study

New Delhi: For long, a strong link has been suggested between marijuana use and psychosis. Now, study suggests that daily consumption of marijuana may...

8th edition of Mountain Echoes literary festival to begin next month

New Delhi: The eighth edition of Mountain Echoes Literary Festival is set to kick off next month, showcasing collections by Bhutanese and Indian designers.   The...

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