According to commits made by Microsoft, Surface Duo is all set to pass Android Compatibility Test and launch with Android 10.Google sets requirements that manufacturers must follow if they want their phones to pass Android ''s Compatibility Test Suite. According to our findings, Microsoft is apparently seeking to get Surface Duo running Android 10 pass Google ''s Compatibility Test Suite, which suggests that the launch of the device is imminent.
MIUI is known to offer different display options for years. With MIUI 12, the company introduced Dark Mode 2.0 with dynamic contrast and brightness based upon the environment. It also brought animated AOD with better customization options.Now, as per findings by kacskrz, an XDA senior member, the Chinese smartphone maker has included code for new Paper mode in the recent beta build rolled out yesterday.
The study said that people who spend more time sitting can be at a higher risk of death from cancer. The researchers found that participants with the greatest total sedentary time had a 52 per cent increased risk of dying from cancer compared with those who had the least sedentary time. However, there was notable uncertainty as to the exact size of the effect, with the best estimate ranging from 1 per cent to a 127 per cent increased risk. "In the study, greater sedentary time, as measured with accelerometry, appeared to be independently associated with cancer mortality risk. Replacing sedentary time with either LIPA or MVPA may be associated with a lower risk of cancer mortality. These findings suggest that the total volume of sedentary behaviour is a potential cancer mortality risk factor and support the public health message that adults should sit less and move more to promote longevity, " read the study.
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Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Sen. Marco Rubio, R Fla., speaks during a Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship hearing to examine implementation of Title I of the CARES Act. Rubio is asking the Pentagon to compile data on UFOs and submit the findings in an unclassified report. (Al Drago Pool via AP)
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In an interview to PTI on Tuesday, Al Mason, co chair of the Trump Victory Indian American Finance Committee, asserted that due to the aggressive outreach of Trump, there are indications of a sizable swing of the community away from the Democratic Party they have traditionally supported and voted for. "More than 50 per cent of Indian Americans in the battleground states, who have been voting for Democrats thus far, are crossing over to support President Trump, in his re election bid, " he said.The US presidential election will be held on November 3. Trump, a Republican, is expected to be challenged by former US vice president Joe Biden, who is set to be nominated by the Democratic Party in August.Mason said his analysis is based on the findings of his team at the grassroots level in some of the key battleground states like Michigan, Florida, Texas, Virginia and Pennsylvania.There is an estimated four million Indian American population of which about 2.5 million are potential voters in the November 2020 presidential election. "These 50 per cent of the Indian Americans (switching away from Democrats), which constitute 50,000 to 60,000 additional votes for President Trump in each of the battleground states, will make a big difference, " Mason asserted.In Michigan, Mason claimed, 45,000 of the 70,000 Indian American voters who vote for Democrats, will switch sides in favour of Trump #8212; giving him a total of 65,000 votes. Similarly, in Florida, his study revealed that 50,000 of the 110,000 Indian Americans who vote for Democrats will switch sides in November, he claimed.According to Mason, 50,000 of the 200,000 voters in Texas, 40,000 of the 110,000 voters in Pennsylvania and 45,000 of the 100,000 voters in Virginia who vote for Democrats are expected to switch sides in favour of Trump in the election.Political pundits have identified Michigan, Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania as the top key battleground states. While Michigan has 120,000 potential Indian American voters, Florida has 190,000, Texas 470,000 and Pennsylvania 170,000.Mason said there are substantive reasoning and influencing factors for the probable mass exodus of Indian American voters from the Democrats camp to the Trump side. Majority of the Indian Americans, he said, highly approve of Trump ''s handling of the coronavirus pandemic as well as all prudent steps he has taken for the revival of the US economy. "But there is also a major factor in play #8212; Respect. Indian Americans feel respected and acknowledged for the first time by a US president #8212; President Trump. They notice that the India US relation has never been better, as it is now under Trump, " Mason said in response to a question. "Right from the start of his presidency, Trump has been the best friend of India and Indian Americans. Therefore, they value the genuine friendship between President Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi #8212; giving Trump credit for the same, " he said.Responding to a question, Mason exuded confidence that the recent temporary suspension of the H 1B visa is unlikely to have any impact on this swing. "No amount of temporary suspension on H 1B, H 4 visas, which is most sought after among Indian IT professionals, will ever affect the existing great relation between India and the US, " he said.Mason noted that Trump has directed his administration to reform the H 1B visa system and move in the direction of merit based immigration. "These reforms, the White House said, will prioritise those workers who are offered the highest wage, ensuring that the highest skilled applicants are admitted. Such a move was long due and is not only a win win situation for the US and India, but also Indian Americans because IT professionals in India and Indian Americans offer the biggest and highest skilled applicants talent pool in this sector, " he said.
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STAFF REPORTERGUWAHATI: What exactly causes liver cancer? Indian scientist Dr Hifzur R Siddique, who hails from Assam, has discovered the protein forming cancerous cells in the human body that cause the growth of tumour in the liver. In the human body, it happens either due to excess alcohol consumption or Hepatitis infection.Dr Siddique who has conducted a research with Prof Keigo Machida of University of Southern California in Los Angeles and other collaborators, told The Sentinel on Saturday that the findings of their research evokes hope for the possible effective treatment of this lethal disease. He added that the research could serve as a potential therapeutic target for the drug design and give a direction to the management strategy for liver cancer.
Suicide is one of the major causes of death globally and India s share of global suicide burden is increasing alarmingly. A study published in the journal The Lancet Public Healthobserved that India ranks 6th while it comes to global female suicide rate. The findings of the study also suggest that the country accounts for nearly a fourth of male suicides worldwide. Suicidal thoughts stem from various life situations that lead to mental health issues like depression among others. Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who committed suicide yesterday, was reportedly suffering from depression. It is a mood disorder characterized by prolonged phase of sadness. When symptoms like feelings of sadness and loss of interest in otherwise favourite things persist for more than 2 weeks at a stretch, doctors diagnose them as clinical depression. Some of the other traits of this mental health challenge include aggressiveness, irritability, anxiousness, restlessness, reduced sexual desire, fatigue, headache, feeling of emptiness, withdrawal from surroundings, anxiety, loss of appetite, etc. The glamour world has witnessed many suicides through decades and Bollywood isn t an exception. Starting from Kunal Singh to Sushant Singh Rajput, many B town celebrities have taken their own lives. Here is a look at some of them who decided to end their lives abruptly and why they did so.Sushant Singh Rajput: This is the most recent case of suicide in Bollywood. He was found dead at his Bandra residence in Mumbai yesterday. According to the sources, he was suffering from depression for the last six months and was undergoing a treatment for the same.
These are the findings of an Australian research team, led by Professor David Thomas at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. Writing in the journal Science, the team revealed that cancer cells can turn on error prone DNA copy pathways to adapt to cancer treatment the same process used by bacteria to develop antibiotic resistance.Researchers have long known that cancer cells accumulate genetic variations that make it possible for them to evade treatment. But how this happens and whether the process could be targeted to improve cancer treatment has been elusive.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting is the field s most important gathering each spring, providing a stage for major pharmaceutical companies to unveil major findings and tout promising treatments. It s also an annual opportunity for all kinds of researchers, doctors, executives and investors to rub elbows.With Covid 19 making travel uncomfortable and splashy conferences impossible this year, the summit was mostly a virtual affair. Still, it delivered many of the kinds of important victories and stinging setbacks it often does. And the meeting showed that even as the drug industry races to identify virus treatments and vaccines, cancer remains perhaps its most important business overall.
Data from several studies have indicated the need for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as early as possible, according to a report published in The Lancet Rheumatology.1 Early arthritis treatment has been used to improve long term outcomes and minimize structural damage resulting from both local and systemic inflammation. In addition, many researchers believe that treatment will be most effective with early intervention (eg, within 6 weeks after symptom onset).2 A recent study that included patients at risk for RA also found that multiple pathologic processes can be observed before symptoms develop, promoting the need for early intervention.3 Furthermore, data from a meta analysis4 found that patients who consulted with a rheumatologist 6 weeks vs 7 to 12 weeks and gt;12 weeks after symptom onset were 1.7 times more likely to achieve disease modifying antirheumatic drug (DMARD) free remission. This trend of being less likely to achieve DMARD free remission was observed to continue with initial visits after 12 weeks of symptom onset. Since DMARD free remission is considered a highly desirable outcome for patients with RA, the evidence supports more aggressive treatment during early stages of the disease. Authors of this report indicated that further assessing remission data (eg, at 5 years of DMARD free remission) could be useful in determining rates of sustained remission. Despite these findings, there was little difference in structural damage among patients with different time to encounters, which may be at odds with the long standing hypothesis that earlier intervention leads to minimized structural damage; however, this lack of correlation could suggest that small degrees of damage are less important for outcomes in patients who receive early treatment.Continue ReadingOverall, the authors of this report concluded that findings from various studies confirm the need for rapid referral and treatment of RA after symptom onset. References 1. Emery P, Dequenne L. It s never too soon to treat rheumatoid arthritis: finally, some supportive evidence published online April 28, 2020 . Lancet Rheumatol. doi:10.1016 S2665 9913(20)30103 X 2. Combe B, Landewe R, Daien CI, Hua C, Aletaha D et al. 2016 update of the EULAR recommendations for the management of early arthritis. Ann Rheum Dis. 2017;76:948 959. 3. Nam JL, Hensor EMA, Hunt L, Conaghan PG, Wakefield RJ, Emery P. Ultrasound findings predict progression to inflammatory arthritis in anti CCP antibody positive patients without clinical synovitis. Ann Rheum Dis. 2016;75:2060 2067. 4. Niemantsverdriet E, Dougados M, Combe B, van der Helm van Mil AHM. Referring early arthritis patients within 6 weeks versus 12 weeks after symptom onset: an observational cohort study published online April 28, 2020 . Lancet Rheumatol. doi:10.1016 S2665 9913(20)30061 8 Topics: Rheumatoid Arthritis Loading...
Why did Panchkula health department feel a need to check for community transmission?Even though Panchkula has been able to contain its cases, the need to devise a method to check the population was pertinent as the district s borders mingles with neighbouring UT and other districts, where the number of COVID 19 cases have been rising. With no specific demarcation between Panchkula and neighbouring UT and Mohali, the adjoining slums as well as villages fall on border areas, raising the chances of community transmission through asymptomatic people. Even though we had increased random testing and screening, closed off and sealed off borders, we were worried. We had for long been thinking of how to design a process that can assure that our population was safe, said CMO Dr Jasjeet Kaur.
Washington: In a survey of adolescent cancer patients and their families at four tertiary care U.S. pediatric hospitals, researchers found that parents had a poor understanding of their teens' preferences for the best time to bring up end of life decisions, dying a natural death, and being taken off life support.The findings of the study published in the journal JAMA Network, suggest that family centred pediatric advance care planning interventions are needed to close this gap.
Washington D.C. India , May 23 (ANI): In a breakthrough study, researchers have found that use of antibiotics in infancy can raise the risk of obesity in early childhood, with boys being slightly more vulnerable.The findings by a team of researchers from Singapore''s NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine), Agency for Science, Technology and Research''s (A STAR) Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS), and KK Women''s and Children''s Hospital (KKH) have been published in the scientific journal International Journal of Obesity.Animal studies using mice have documented that early life antibiotic exposure causes metabolic abnormalities including obesity through gut microbiota disruption although there is limited evidence from human studies.There is also accumulating evidence that suggests colonization of the gut microbiota at an early age plays a pivotal role in the weight gain and development of obesity in the later life (between ages 12 14).In a sub study of the Growing up in Singapore Towards healthy Outcome (GUSTO) birth cohort, led by Professor Lee Yung Seng, Head of Paediatrics at NUS Medicine and Group Director, Paediatrics, National University Health System (NUHS) and Principal investigator at SICS, and Dr Neerja Karnani, Adjunct Assistant Professor at NUS Medicine''s Department of Biochemistry and Senior Principal Investigator, SICS, the team examined the implication of gut microbiota in the relationship between infant antibiotic exposure and childhood obesity.Other lead researchers for this study are Dr Ling Wei Chen and Dr Jia Xu from SICS, A STAR. Very few human studies to date have examined this association.Through the study, the team showed that the use of antibiotics in infancy can raise the risk of obesity in early childhood, with the boys being slightly more vulnerable.Recurrent administration of antibiotics can disrupt the development of infant gut microbiota and serve as a potential mechanism for linking antibiotic exposure with later adiposity."Childhood obesity is a growing concern for the many adverse health effects it brings in adulthood such as Type 2 diabetes. The infancy period (1st year) represents part of a critical window of development which can have a lasting effect on subsequent health and disease later in life," said Prof Lee.The human gut relies on its microbial inhabitants to provide certain essential nutrients, aid digestion, and support their immune system. Acquisition of these friendly microbes starts immediately after birth and this process is highly sensitive to infant exposures.Antibiotics use is one such exposure. Although it helps eliminate the pathogenic bacteria, it may also eliminate some good bacteria during the course of its action."Acquisition of gut microbes in infancy is a highly dynamic and vulnerable process. Use of antibiotics during this process can disrupt the normal colonization and development of infant gut microbiota, and this may consequently influence a child''s weight gain and obesity risk," added Dr Karnani.The associated alterations in the gut microbiota through the use of antibiotics and their link with child adiposity has important implications on the role of gut microbiota in the development of body fat and risk of obesity, and the mechanism through which antibiotics exposure can lay the foundation for bad metabolic outcomes in the future.The findings of this study amplify the need for the careful consideration of the benefits vs the risks of administrating antibiotics and the frequency of their use in early life.The data from the study was based on interviewer administered questionnaires with parents, body composition measurements, and laboratory analysis of stool samples in children from the GUSTO mother offspring cohort study. (ANI)
Before we go any further, it''s worth pointing out the survey was conducted between late 2018 and early 2019 nearly a year before the current COVID 19 pandemic gripping the world showed up, inevitably affecting how most of us think and feel about transmissible infections.Nonetheless, the findings make particularly sobering reading in the era of this coronavirus affliction, revealing the extent to which most people would otherwise ordinarily keep showing up for work, even when they're ill and really should be staying at home.
Once the lockdown ends, more than 70 per cent Indians would avoid public transport while 62 per cent indicated to avoid cab hailing apps like Ola and Uber, a new survey revealed on Friday.The findings showed that 71 per cent people would reduce shopping in malls and supermarkets and 80 per cent said they will continue with online shopping, according to market research and analysis firm Velocity MR.
Google has removed a batch of 813 apps from Google Play app store that were identified as 'creepware' by a group of researchers who study stalkerware like apps. The creepware were identified by the researchers via a newly developed algorithm called, CreepRank that detects creepware like behaviour within mobile apps. The algorithm then gives 'creep score' to apps that are analysed and the researchers found over 1,000 apps that qualified as creepware. The researchers describe creepware as apps that can be essentially be used for interpersonal attacks. Creepware apps aren''t necessarily spyware or stalkerware but they can be used used to stalk or threaten another person, directly or indirectly.The findings were published in an academic paper from the New York University, Cornell Tech, and NortonLifeLock Research Group and were first reported by ZDNet. The research paper notes that the research aims to initiate a larger study of creepware an area that the authors believe remains "unstudied." These can be beneficial to improve security on platforms such as Google Play store.