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India’s lax antibiotic controls raise killer disease fears
Thu, Jul 24 2014. 10 14 AM

India’s lax antibiotic controls raise killer disease fears

Health experts say easy access to antibiotics in India could see long-treatable diseases become killers once again
India tops consumer confidence survey after five quarters
Wed, Jul 23 2014. 01 31 AM

India tops consumer confidence survey after five quarters

Consumer confidence in India increased by 7 points in the second quarter of 2014 to a score of 128 points
Indians spend over three hours daily on smartphones: Ericsson study
Tue, Jul 22 2014. 09 14 PM

Indians spend over three hours daily on smartphones: Ericsson study

There has been a 63% increase in app usage in the past two years, says study
Most foreign brands pick Delhi, Mumbai for India retail operations
Tue, Jul 22 2014. 12 22 AM

Most foreign brands pick Delhi, Mumbai for India retail operations

Nearly 80% of international brands that launched operations in India preferred Delhi as their entry option, while nearly 70% also preferred Mumbai
Underlying optimism is biggest driver of consumption growth
Tue, Jul 15 2014. 11 33 PM

Underlying optimism is biggest driver of consumption growth

In a recent global BCG survey, nearly 80% of Indians felt their lives will be much better 10 years from now and this confidence in a better tomorrow is what makes consumer loosen the purse strings
The size of consumption: a tale of two countries
Tue, Jul 15 2014. 12 51 AM

The size of consumption: a tale of two countries

Consumption by the Indian consumer has increased threefold and there are few parallels in history of this kind of increase in income and consumption
Mental health: Mix of factors triggers clinical depression
Mon, Jul 14 2014. 06 35 PM

Mental health: Mix of factors triggers clinical depression

Research shows every person in the world has a 15% chance of experiencing a first episode of clinical depression
The drunken screw’s fantastic voyage
Sat, Jul 12 2014. 08 59 PM

The drunken screw’s fantastic voyage

A team of IISc Bangalore scientists sends an invisible nanomotor through human blood, a prelude to hunting down cancer cells
Sanofi dengue vaccine shows promise against 3 out of 4 viruses
Fri, Jul 11 2014. 10 34 AM

Sanofi dengue vaccine shows promise against 3 out of 4 viruses

In a clinical trial involving over 10,000 children in Southeast Asia, the vaccine reduced the infection risk by 56.5%
Simple blood test to predict Alzheimer’s
Tue, Jul 08 2014. 02 35 PM

Simple blood test to predict Alzheimer’s

A blood test could be used to identify patients in early stages of memory loss for clinical trials to find drugs to halt progression of the disease
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