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Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) may be the key to handle psychosocial stress and anxiety

Psychosocial stress and anxiety can be reduced by virtual training, says new study

Psychosocial stress and anxiety can be reduced through virtual training, a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health suggests.

Published on 20th June 2022

New study finds plant extract that selectively kills cancer cells

The researchers did High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) and found few components, two of them not reported earlier. They also found that this extract is highly hydrophobic.

Published on 27th December 2019

Flow’s spring collection is a study in hues such as tan, charcoal and khaki

The label continues to offer classic wardrobe staples that are chic yet comfortable

Published on 6th May 2022
Artworks created at Kreative Minds

Bengaluru-based curator Amrita Tiwary’s platform Kreative Minds encourages study and pursuit of arts among children and teenagers

“I launched Kreative Minds in 2016 with the intention to promote art,” Amrita explains

Published on 1st May 2022
Shuvaprasanna Bhattacharya's painting

Shuvaprasanna Bhattacharya’s latest collection of paintings is a character study of the Mahabharata

The Kolkata-based painter has been part of over 58 shows around the world and has been making art since the 1960s

Published on 8th April 2022
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Rocky Movie Review: A meditative study on violence, a terrific directorial debut

Arun Matheswaran's Rocky is a gloriously bloody film bolstered by surreal imagery and strong moments of reflection

Published on 25th December 2021
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What does the latest study on BMI management among kidney patients say?

The study was done by the Kidney Research Institute at Seoul National University, South Korea

Published on 30th November 2021

Study says that Snapchat and Tiktok may increase chances of depression in adults

The data was analysed in July and August 2021

Published on 26th November 2021

A new study reveals that the most popular password in India is 'password'

Names and loving words were rather popular in India both among men and women

Published on 18th November 2021
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Wearables are helping rich people stay fit, but not people of low and high socioeconomic status: new study

"This study suggests that in a physical activity context people who would benefit the most from these interventions are being left behind," the researchers noted

Published on 17th November 2021

Report: A Twitter study on 7 countries confirms right-leaning skew except in Germany

Since 2016, Twitter users are able to choose between viewing algorithmically ordered tweets first in their home timeline or viewing the most recent tweets

Published on 22nd October 2021

Bitcoin mining is terrible for the environment, new study says 

Bitcoin mining generates as much as 30.7 metric kilotonnes of e-waste every year

Published on 21st September 2021

Study shows that misinformation gets six times more engagement on Facebook than news

Publishers with right wing inclinations have a much higher propensity to share misleading information than publishers in other political categories

Published on 7th September 2021
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New study debunks the theory that people are nasty on the internet because it is anonymous

The study shows that people who are rude and mean online are the same offline as well 

Published on 30th August 2021
A study claims that 'likes' and 'shares' on social media can amplify moral outrage

A study claims that 'likes' and 'shares' on social media can amplify moral outrage

The study found that users who received more "likes" and "retweets" when they expressed outrage in a tweet were more likely to express outrage in later posts too

Published on 14th August 2021

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