Selecting the most effective nudge: Evidence from immunisation study

Selecting the most effective nudge: Evidence from immunisation study

Immunisation is a highly cost-effective way of improving child survival. However, over two million children around the world die each year from vaccine-preventable diseases. Despite large investments to increase access, full immunisation coverage for BCG, polio, DPT, and measles remains low in several countries, including India. As of 2016, only 62% of Indian children were … Read more

Study- The New Indian Express

Study- The New Indian Express

By Express News Service BENGALURU: A new study done by researchers from Northwestern University has evaluated the body’s response to the Covid-19 vaccine, particularly in comparison to natural immunity and emerging variants. Among other things, the study sheds light on why choosing to skip a vaccine dose or waiting for natural immunity can backfire spectacularly. Experts … Read more

Young Indians more vulnerable to heart attacks, say doctors- The New Indian Express

Young Indians more vulnerable to heart attacks, say doctors- The New Indian Express

Express News Service TIRUCHY: The death of actor Sidharth Shukla at a young age following a heart attack has sent shockwaves across the country. This has turned people’s attention on young persons dying owing to heart ailments. When 29-year-old Danish footballer Christian Eriksen suffered a sudden cardiac arrest during a Euro 2020 match a few … Read more

10 Days to Spotless Skin- The New Indian Express

Madurai thrash Tiruppur by 81 runs- The New Indian Express

Express News Service India’s leading brand for women’s innerwear, loungewear, and personal care has recently introduced an array of face serums under its personal care range, Clovia Botaniqa. Available in eight variations, each product is dedicated to a specific skin concern. We tried the Anti-Acne Face Serum and the Anti-Ageing Face Serum. And were we … Read more

Lancet study- The New Indian Express

Lancet study- The New Indian Express

By PTI LONDON: People infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus after receiving one or two COVID-19 vaccine doses have significantly lower chance of severe disease or hospitalisation than unvaccinated individuals, according to a large-scale study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal on Tuesday. Researchers also found that the odds of experiencing long COVID — illness lasting … Read more

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