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WHO: 2021 Upward Trend In Covid19 Situation

Following two weeks of lower reporting towards the end of 2020, an overall upward trend of the Covid-19 pandemic has been witnessed in the...

Know About The Warning Signs Of Cervical Cancer

Did you know that unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge could be a warning sign of cervical cancer? India accounts for nearly one-fourth of the...

1.16L Infant Deaths in 2019 Due to Air Pollution in India

The first-ever comprehensive analysis of air pollution's global impact on newborns finds that outdoor and household particulate matter pollution contributed to the deaths of...

Marijuana May Help Reduce Lung Inflammation Linked to Covid-19 Death

After reporting earlier this summer that marijuana ingredient cannabidiol, or CBD, may help reduce cytokine storm and excessive lung inflammation linked to Covid-19 deaths,...

Climate Change May Increase Demand for Humanitarian Aid by 50% by 2030: UN Report

The United Nations is warning that climate change is threatening the lives of millions of people throughout the world, and that demand for humanitarian...

Age Does Not Indicate Covid-19 Susceptibility: Study

Scientists have estimated that the age of an individual does not indicate how likely they are to be infected by Covid-19, however, the development...

Long-Term Exposure to Urban Air Pollution May Make Covid-19 More Deadly

In a major study, researchers have found that long-term exposure to urban air pollution may have made Covid-19 more deadly. "Both long-term and short-term exposure...

Alcohol-Related Deaths in Women Increase in US

Alcohol-related deaths are increasing in the United States, according to a report this month from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study...

Tobacco Kills 20% of All People Who Die From Coronary Heart Disease Every Year

The World Health Organization reports tobacco kills 1.9 million people, or 20 percent of all those who die every year from coronary heart disease....

Noncommunicable Diseases May Increase COVID-19 Severity: WHO

New studies by the World Health Organization and the United Nations show people suffering from noncommunicable diseases are more susceptible to becoming severely ill...

Antibody Tests Disappoint Public After Months

In April, during the height of the coronavirus lockdown, Trump administration health experts hailed a test that would confirm if someone had already had...

Air Pollution Linked to Higher BP, Hypertension Risk: Study

By Sumit Saxena For a major part of north India, air pollution is a menacing issue and last year during the winter season, pollution led...

India Will Have Covid Vaccine by 2020 End: Health Minister

Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare Harsh Vardhan said on Saturday that the country will have a vaccine against the deadly coronavirus by...

Google Searches During Pandemic May Predict Increase in Future Suicides

Researchers have found that Google searches for information about financial difficulties and disaster relief have increased sharply compared to the pre-pandemic times while googling...

China Issues Warning of Deadly ‘Unknown Pneumonia’

The Chinese embassy in Kazakhstan has issued a warning of deadly 'unknown pneumonia' after more than 600 people died of pneumonia in June, a...

While Covid-19 Continues, Don’t Forget Virus with Pandemic Potential

Don't panic, but there is another virus out there that could cause a pandemic. This one is an influenza strain circulating in pigs and...

Kids More Resilient Against Covid-19 Than Adults

A 26-country review compiled from 131 studies, the largest systematic review to date of children and young adults with COVID-19, has found that majority...

Death Risk From COVID-19 Increases with Increasing Poverty: Researchers

By Henry Ridgwell The probability of death from COVID-19 increases dramatically with increasing poverty because of underlying inequalities in society in many poorer countries, according...

COVID-19 is Now Well-Established at Global Level, Says WHO Expert

A World Health Organization (WHO) expert said that in light of the accelerating increase in new cases -- especially in some populous countries --...

Spain Reopens Borders for Europeans After COVID Lockdown

Spain reopened its borders to European tourists on Sunday as the continent continues to ease lockdowns put in place to quell the spread of...

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Microsoft’s Remote Learning Products Gain Popularity

Driven by video conferencing platform Teams, more than 200 million students and educators worldwide now rely on Microsoft education products for remote learning, Microsoft...

This Report States That 1 In 2 Indians Are Afraid Of Online Dating

Most Indians feel secure while ordering food online but close to half of those surveyed were afraid of their online activities when it comes...

La Fuori Introduces Its Organic Slow Fashion In India

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Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells Ups Covid Infection Risk

Researchers have found that patients with severe Covid-19 have significantly elevated levels of a certain type of immune cells in their blood, called myeloid-derived...