Before 1833, at least seven million fur seals were killed in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic.
Delhi govt to give pulse oximeters to all COVID-19 patients in home isolation: What the device does and how to operate it
The alarms on a pulse oximeter will alert you if your blood oxygen levels drop below 90 percent, if you have low or high pulse rate or if the oximeter cannot detect your pulse.
Genetic analysis of COVID-19 patient's blood show people with type A might be severely infected compared to Type O
However, the evidence of the role of blood type is “tentative ... it isn’t enough of a signal to be sure,” said Dr Eric Topol, head of the Scripps Research Institute.
A new study published in JAMA Dermatology in June 2020 indicates that consuming certain foods has a higher likelihood of causing adult acne.
With a recent translation, Sunil Gangopadhyay's Bengali novel Blood is set to entice a new generation of readers
Renowned Bengali writer Sunil Gangopadhyay’s Blood is the story of Tapan, who spends years running away from the trauma of his father’s murder at the hands of a British officer, only to run into Alice, the daughter of his father’s killer, while on a visit to the UK.
Unregulated use of plasma therapy for COVID-19 can be harmful, writes expert; can expose patients to serious transfusion-related risks
It is a promising solution at the present gloomy situation, but till we have reliable evidence on utility unregulated use is to be avoided
Phase 3 results on Gilead coronavirus drug encouraging; a look at other potential COVID-19 treatments under trial
California-based biotech company Gilead Sciences and the US government reported that in a major study, remdesivir shortened the time it takes for COVID-19 patients to recover by four days on average
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kerala to start clinical trial of plasma therapy by April-end, awaits approval from Drug Controller of India
Kerala is set to commence convalescent plasma therapy, which uses antibodies from the blood of cured patients, to treat critically ill coronavirus cases on a trial basis
People change their breathing patterns when doing cognitive tasks like exercising.
National Cancer Awareness Day: How pancreas are vulnerable to this deadly disease, its causes, symptoms and why it is hard to detect
Exact cause of pancreatic cancer is not known yet, though doctors suggest that factors like family history, chronic pancreatitis, diabetes, overweight, alcohol consumption, smoking might increase risk
Women can get periods in space was once used as an argument that they shouldn’t be astronauts.
Jonas Brothers have written their memoir Blood along with author Neil Strauss.
The molecules from sea lamprey combined with other therapies can reach brain tumours when other medicines can't.
World Blood Donor Day: India 60 tankers short of blood in 2016-17; Bihar, Uttar Pradesh worst afflicted
India fell short of 1.9 million units of blood in 2016-17, that could have aided more than 320,000 heart surgeries or 49,000 organ transplants.
Researchers used 6‐8 weeks and 18‐24 months old mice because age‐associated changes in human hematopoietic stem cells are similar to those observed in mouse
Researchers are gearing up to start recruiting participants from across the city next year for a study so sweeping it’s called “The Human Project".
On this World Blood Donor Day, Thiruvananthapuram governor P Sathasivam will inaugurate the celebrations organised by Terumo Penpol in association with All Kerala Donors Society at Vylopilly Samskrithi Bhavan in Thiruvananthapuram on 14 June at 10 am.
Scientists have developed a brain-computer interface that reads the brain's blood oxygen levels and enables communication by deciphering the thoughts of patients who are totally paralysed and unable to talk.
On Wednesday, a woman died allegedly after being given the wrong blood group at a government run hospital at Keonjhar in Odisha, triggering tension in the area and the dismissal of two employees.
Even moderate alcohol consumption — having just one drink a day — over a long period of time may damage the heart and increase risk of stroke, says a study by