I Kid You Not
Written by Dhriti Guruprasad, a grade 11 student.
May 1st, 2020 was my first online class and for some odd reason it didn’t give me the same adrenaline rush I’d get from waking up at 5 o’clock…
Written by Amrita Prakash, a grade 7 student.
This year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine has been announced. It has been given to three scientists for their contribution in the discovery of a virus called Hepatitis C.
Vaccines are a way of forming antibodies and helping us fight diseases. They release a small dose of the weakened or dead virus into our bodies. This helps our immune system to form antibodies. Watch this video to understand simply, easily and quickly, how vaccines work.
Created by Saumya Shinde and Shwethambri
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