ED seals Young Indian office in National Herald premises

Road to AICC headquarters blocked, policemen around the residences of party chief Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate(ED) on Wednesday temporarily sealed the office of Young Indian (YI) company housed in the premises of Congress-owned newspaper National Herald here as part of an ongoing money laundering investigation, official sources said. Shortly … Read more

Listening to young people could help reduce pandemic-related harms to children

As the COVID-19 pandemic extends In a third year, experts have gained a much better understanding of its consequences for the health and development of children and adolescents. They range from learning loss to mental health issues to housing and food insecurity to contracting the virus itself. Buy Now | Our best subscription plan now … Read more

Young Indians Are At A Higher Risk of Coronary Artery Disease; Here’s Why

Know you health risk factors for coronary artery disease Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), which refers to the blockage of blood vessels supplying the heart muscles due to deposition of cholesterol, was long believed to be a disease affecting the elderly population. Recently however, disturbing reports have emerged showing a distinct pattern of younger patients being … Read more

Why some young Swedes remain uneasy about joining NATO

“The best thing for the security of Sweden and the people is to join NATO,” said Sweden’s Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson, as she formally confirmed Stockholm’s intention to join the world’s largest military alliance earlier this week. Her announcement heralds the end of Sweden’s 200 years of military neutrality — a security policy the Nordic … Read more

Doctor in the House: Here’s what you need to know about vaccines for children and young adults

With the reopening of physical schoolas expected, there has been an uptick in new COVID cases, especially among children. In most cities, a bulk of the adult population have already received two inoculations of the COVID-19 vaccine. Children, however, remain unprotected. With the resumption of physical school, it is now, more than ever, imperative that … Read more

Spinal fluid from young mice sharpened memories of older rodents

Five years ago, Tal Iram, a young neuroscientist at Stanford University, approached her supervisor with a Daring proposal: She wanted to extract fluid from the brain cavities of young mice and to infuse it into the brains of older mice, testing whether the transfers could rejuvenate the aging rodents. Her supervisor, Tony Wyss-Coray, famously had … Read more