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Covid virus weakens in hot and humid weather, study finds

Covid virus weakens in hot and humid weather, study finds

Even if the weather conditions might weaken the virus, it will be wrong to think that the virus will completely disappear because of the hot and humid climate in Qatar: research associate Giovanni Scabbia

Sidra Medicine team publishes study on impact of fasting on different organs

Sidra Medicine team publishes study on impact of fasting on different organs

A team of researchers from Sidra Medicine has published a study about the molecular changes to the body as a result of short-term fasting.

Monsoon may worsen Covid spread in India: study

Monsoon may worsen Covid spread in India: study

The spread of coronavirus in India may speed up during peak monsoon and winter, with a continuous fall in temperature, claims a study conducted jointly by researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology...

WCM-Q study helps shed light on Arabian horse's genetic heritage

WCM-Q study helps shed light on Arabian horse's genetic heritage

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) have helped probe the genetic diversity and origins of the Arabian horse, prized all over the world for its beauty, grace and athletic endurance.

Some 4,000 volunteer to test coronavirus vaccine in German study

Some 4,000 volunteer to test coronavirus vaccine in German study

Some 4,000 volunteers have registered as subjects for a coronavirus vaccination study at the University Hospital in the south-western German city of Tuebingen.

Qatari study: Type 2 diabetes can be reversed through lifestyle changes

Qatari study: Type 2 diabetes can be reversed through lifestyle changes

A new study by researchers in Qatar has shown that Type 2 diabetes can be reversed with dietary and lifestyle changes.

Britain set for 66,000 COVID-19 deaths, most in Europe: study

Britain set for 66,000 COVID-19 deaths, most in Europe: study

Britain could see as many as 66,000 COVID-19 deaths during the first wave of the current pandemic, new research showed Tuesday, making the outbreak there by far the deadliest in Europe.

Solar Orbiter takes off on mission to study sun's poles

Solar Orbiter takes off on mission to study sun's poles

The Solar Orbiter, a satellite aiming to deliver new insights about the sun, blasted off from the Cape Canaveral launch complex in Florida at 11:03 pm on Sunday (0403 GMT on Monday) atop an Atlas V 411 rocket.

Too much screen time increases the chances of disease: study

Too much screen time increases the chances of disease: study

Teenagers who spend hours in front of screens are more likely to guzzle fizzy and energy drinks, according to new research.

Study: Cancer leading cause of middle-aged death in rich countries

Study: Cancer leading cause of middle-aged death in rich countries

Cancer has surpassed heart disease as the leading cause of death among people aged 35 to 70 in rich countries, according to a study published Tuesday in British medical journal The Lancet.

Plastic ingestion alters seabirds physiology, blood chemistry: Study

Plastic ingestion alters seabirds physiology, blood chemistry: Study

Ingesting plastic debris negatively affects the blood chemistry and physiology of otherwise healthy marine birds, a scientific study has found.

Project to study Doha Corniche ecosystem

Project to study Doha Corniche ecosystem

Qatar University's (QU) Environmental Science Centre (ESC) and ExxonMobil Research Qatar (EMRQ) signed an agreement to launch a detailed environmental study project for the Doha Corniche.