20 Jun 2016
London: Researchers have found that people with higher levels of antibodies in their blood have a lower risk of heart attack, an advance which may make it easier for doctors to more accurately determine a person's risk of having a cardiac arrest.
28 Feb 2016
Washington: A new malaria vaccine candidate was found to generate robust immune response while significantly delaying parasitemia in 59 per cent of vaccinated subjects, according to a first-of-its-kind in human study.
21 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Global internet conglomerate LeEco's first "Chief Experience Officers (CEO) Programme" has become an outstanding success on LeMall.com -- the recently launched marketplace e-commerce website -- receiving more than 1,00,000 registrations.
18 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Former cricketer and DDCA vice-president will now act as the head of the prestigious National Institute of Fashion Technology.
19 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he had not anticipated the "enormous enthusiasm" from across the globe for his call which had led the UN to declare June 21 as the International Yoga Day last year, asserting that yoga was much more than a physical exercise.
19 Nov 2015
Washington: A clinical trial of a new Ebola vaccine has found that it is well tolerated and stimulates strong immune responses in adults in Mali, West Africa and in US, scientists say.
04 Apr 2015
Washington: A new vaccine improves the immune system's response to cancer by using altered forms of proteins from the patient, according to a study published by the journal Science.
20 Jun 2015
Washington: An experimental vaccine candidate may have the potential to stimulate the immune system to block HIV infection, according to new research.
02 Jun 2016
New Delhi: External Affairs Ministry will approach the UK for extradition of former IPL chairman Lalit Modi, facing money laundering charges, once the Enforcement Directorate investigating the case has responded to certain suggestions made by it in the matter.
06 Jan 2015
New York: Various microorganisms that naturally colonize the skin may help protect us from infections as they trigger specific responses in the skin immune system to fight invasion by pathogens, a new research, involving an Indian-origin scientist, has found.