Will Bengaluru Residents Ever fly on the Elevated Corridor?

By Esther Esha Bengaluru, March 14. 2019 The citizens of Bengaluru are apparently NOT in favour of the Elevated Corridor Project. Around one lakh online petitions are already filed against it. The Bangaloreans are against the idea of the steel flyover near the airport. The petition has been passed now and a protest will be […]

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This Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Machine is Not Your Savior

The machine is not able to rescue 1,000s of patients with heart/lung failure By Jignasa Sinha Bangalore, March 14, 2019: Sudden cardiac deaths (SCD) are on the rise in India. According to reports, in the US nearly 839,000 sudden deaths are attributed to cardiac arrests, and in India, there are one million deaths annually due […]

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Cardiovascular Disease Can now be Tracked

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) network will help to predict the Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) to the patients of Apollo Hospital. By Virendra Singh Bengaluru, March 7, 2019 A programme was developed by one of the software companies that helps detect the risk of CVD and other cardiac-related problems. The AI network called API (Application Programme Interface) […]

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The Risks of Mental Illness

A manual is planned to address the risk factors involved in non-communicable diseases. By Ajay Ramanathan Bengaluru, Mar. 7, 2019. Psychiatrists at the National Institute of Mental Health and Sciences (NIMHANS) in Bengaluru,  are attempting to study the relationship between physical and mental illness. The study is directed towards designing a manual that would address […]

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