How Coimbatore is tackling the city’s worrying degree of women obesity
Health and fitness experts across Coimbatore hold forth on the health consequences of a sedentary lifestyle and how staying motivated to get fit can improve one’s overall wellbeing
“Did you know that every fourth woman in Coimbatore is prone to diabetes?” asks Dr Adityan Guhan, a diabetologist in the city, quoting the National Health Survey report 2021 (fifth edition). “It’s a worrying trend,” he adds. As for the nutritional status of women in the age group of 15 to 49, the findings further indicate that about 50% of them are overweight or obese with a BMI exceeding 25.
The concept of flying cars that we used to see in movies has become a reality, and the government is fully committed to supporting this mode of transport, said Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia.
For the first time, scientists have reported evidence of the piezoelectric effect in liquids, specifically room-temperature ionic liquids, upending the theory explaining this effect and opening the door to hitherto unknown applications.
Glass beads spawned in violent impacts from space rocks on the lunar surface have been found to have water trapped inside, a research says
While most organisms prefer DNA to store genetic information due to its proofreading function, many disease-causing viruses have benefited from having RNA because of the hit-or-miss nature of RNA polymerase.
A series of expert articles about autism spectrum disorders, how to identify and understand them, what it means to live with them, and how people with these conditions can live meaningful and fulfilling lives.
India's first quantum computing-based telecom network link operational, ₹10 lakh prize for ethical hackers: Ashwini Vaishnaw
Telecom minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, at the first international quantum enclave, said the country’s first quantum computing-based telecom network link is now operational between Sanchar Bhawan and National Informatics Centre office located in CGO Complex in Delhi
The Downtown Pub in Bengaluru has finally reopened after a long closure, featuring a revamped setting and a new American-style diner that has been added to the establishment, bringing in over thirty years of history and memories.
ASD affects people in different ways, and DSM-5 has new descriptions to help understand these differences. Instead of different levels of autism, it has three “levels of support” to describe the severity.
One of the things that kept Moore’s Law going was the law itself, creating a form of self-fulfilling prophecy
Long Boat Brewing Co brings Bengalureans a respite from city life
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A weekly science wrap that lists the top 7 science stories from this week. The wrap includes scientific discoveries, findings and studies from India and all over the world.