Articles by Priya Yadav
Researchers have been exploring the new universe of mini proteins with variable functions.
A study suggested nitrous oxide was helpful in managing pain in women in labour with no side effects to the baby.
Researchers have argued that growing and transplanting human organoids into animals were close to crossing ethical lines.
Certain foods such as legumes, nuts, and red wine are associated with healthy gut microbiomes, suggests the study.
Fat can be accumulated in the lungs, putting overweight or obese people at a greater risk for asthma, reveals a study.
Research suggests those who stay calm and energetic in teenage have lower chances of developing dementia as elderly than those who are impulsive.
Eye drops in phase 2 trial showed significant results in improving vision loss from farsightedness -- an age-related condition.
A research has said there is a sex-specific difference in the cellular structure of mice, whose functions are yet to be explained.
Scientists have said metabolic dysfunction, specifically of mitochondria, causes neurodegenerative disease Alzheimer's in the elderly.
Explainable AI can be a game-changer for the health care sector because of its ability to diagnose and produce results more efficiently than doctors and researchers.
Research has linked a fault in the signal pathway in the embryonic heart with a cardiomyopathy condition called left ventricular non-compaction (LVNC).
Researchers in Singapore have created the biggest database of the genome from the Indus Valley Civilization of South Asia.
A WHO report says more efforts are needed in the form of funding and R&D to eradicate TB as about 10 million people diagnosed with the disease in 2018.
Scientists have discovered a new seismic phenomenon called stormquakes that involve interactions of the atmosphere, ocean, and the solid Earth.
A study says drinking tea improves the cognitive functioning of the brain and the beverage drinkers have more organized brains that those who do not.
A study suggests that exposure to estrogen in women is associated with improved cognitive function.
The Global Hunger Index report suggests climate change, including many other factors, is responsible for slow progress in addressing the issue of hunger and undernutrition.
Pregnant women are reportedly using marijuana during pregnancy to treat symptoms such as morning sickness and anxiety.
A vaccine in clinical trials showed positive results in killing breast and ovarian cancer cells which is a massive finding.
A UNICEF report says that the world deals with the problem of triple burden of undernutrition, lack of crucial micronutrients and obesity.