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Tuesday May 17, 2022

Physical Health

The physical growth of Nepalese teenagers post-pandemic

Feb 20, 2022
Being a student in these past two years has had its fair share of challenges, from a new medium of schooling, to a lack of social interaction.

Air pollution may increase COVID-19 risk

Jan 16, 2022
Long term exposure to ambient air pollution may heighten the risk of COVID-19 infection, suggests recent research.

New approach to identify young children most at risk of obesity

Jan 12, 2022
A new study has found an easy-to-interpret metric that could help identify young children most at risk of developing obesity.

New method to evaluate donor kidney quality

Jan 10, 2022
Researchers have found a way to evaluate the quality of kidneys before transplantation that could help increase the number of usable donor kidneys

Study finds indulging in sports is good for boys

Jan 9, 2022
A new study has found that boys who participate in sports in early childhood are less likely to experience later depressive and anxiety symptoms -- known as emotional distress -- in middle childhood.

Free treatment for women with uterine prolapse

Jan 7, 2022
Fifteen women with uterine rupture have been treated free of cost in Bogtan Foodsil village. A team led by Dr. Lekhnath Bhatt has provided free treatment to a woman with uterine prolapse with the financial support of the municipality.

Sustainable diets may lead to fewer blood clots in the brain

Jan 7, 2022
A new study by the Aarhus University has found that the risk of bleeding or blood clots in the brain is lower if your diet is sustainable.

New treatment leads to much less overeating

Jan 4, 2022
The current advice and treatment given to patients with obesity mostly involves eating less and healthier food and exercising more.

Study: Skin infections cause of rheumatic fever

Dec 22, 2021
Acute rheumatic fever is an important cause of serious heart disease, particularly for Maori and Pacific children and young people in Aotearoa, New Zealand and for many children and young people in low and middle-income countries.

Visuals increase attention, scientists explain why

Dec 21, 2021
Scientists report that norepinephrine, a fundamental chemical for brain performance, is locally regulated in a brain region called the visual cortex.




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