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Let The World Move on, After Adding COVID 19 to List of Diseases

By N.S.Venkataraman From historical times, human beings have been surviving,  inspite of  several types of diseases  confronting them.  In such conditions, medical science to safeguard...

What Should be Your “Priority” in Lockdown 3.0?

BY DODUL MONDAL So, we have entered the third phase of nationwide lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. The initial turbulence has now settled down...

ICMR Reports Conducting Over a Million COVID-19 Tests

The Indian Council of Medical Research on Sunday said that it has conducted over a million RT-PCR tests for novel coronavirus so far. This...

UNICEF Warns That COVID-19 Crisis Prevents Shipment of Vaccines for Children

By Lisa Schlein The U.N. Children’s Fund warns that COVID-19 mitigation measures are preventing the shipment of vaccines to dozens of developing countries, putting the lives...

Here’s Why Cancer Patients Should Fear COVID-19

An Indian-origin team of researchers in the US has claimed that people with cancer who develop coronavirus (COVID-19) are much more likely to die...

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson To Set Out a ‘Comperehensive Plan’ to Restart Economy

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he will set out a "comprehensive plan" next week on how to restart the economy, reopen schools...

U.S. President Donald Trump Confident About Coronavirus Originating in a Chinese Laboratory

By Steve Herman, Jeff Seldin U.S. President Donald Trump says he has a “high degree of confidence” the coronavirus pandemic originated in a Chinese laboratory, contradicting a...

COVID-19 Virus Has Stronger intelligence Than Other Related Viruses: Study

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is behaving weirdly and it appears that it has an intelligence much stronger than other related viruses, according to an...

Rescuers of 9/11 Attack Experiencing Increased Level Of Fatty Liver Disease, Says Study

Researchers have found that toxin exposure appears to have contributed to dramatically higher rates of fatty liver disease among first responders, who were at...

Breathing While Exercising Harder for Women Than Men: Study

While both sexes have the capacity for phenomenal athletic achievements, researchers have found that breathing during difficult exercise may be harder for women as...

Politicians Testing Positive for COVID

The current novel coronavirus pandemic is likely to impact the 2020 November elections in more ways than one.  Not only indirectly because of lockdown related...

Social Isolation Linked to Respiratory Disease: Study

Social isolation is linked to a heightened risk of hospital admission for respiratory disease among older adults, say researchers, adding that this risk is...

WHO Reveals About A Collaborative Effort to Fight COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) Friday announced a collaborative effort with world leaders and private industry to ensure equitable distribution of any viable vaccines...

Credihealth Launches Comprehensive Care Platform Linked to COVID-19

India’s leading healthcare portal, Credihealth, today announced the launch of a range of support services linked to COVID-19 for citizens across the country.  As the...

Police in Spain Distributes Masks to Commuters

Police in Spain handed out millions of masks to commuters Monday as the country started to ease its tough coronavirus lockdown, allowing some businesses...

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Arthritis and COVID-19

Older people are more prone to novel Covid-19, owing to their underlying health conditions which weaken their body immunity with age. Arthritis is one...

COVID-19 Pandemic: An Infodemic and Ecodemic

BY K. YATISH RAJAWAT The war against the most severe health emergency in more than a 100 years involves three parallel battles -- the ones...

ICMR Claims More Than 40 COVID-19 Vaccines Under Development

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said, here on Sunday, more than 40 vaccines were under development but none had reached the next...

COVID-19 Spreads At an Alarming Rate in Africa: WHO

By Lisa Schlein The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that COVID-19 is spreading at an alarming rate in rural areas of Africa and says urgent help...

Tips to Protect Elders From COVID-19

While India is continuously ramping up its efforts to combat COVID-19, it is a must for citizens to inculcate self-protection measures against the dreaded...

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Ether, air, fire, water, earth, planets, all creatures, directions, trees and plants, rivers, and seas, they all are organs of God’s body. Remembering this,...

Childhood Trauma May Affect Motherhood Timing: Study

Women who have experienced childhood trauma become mothers earlier than those with a more stable childhood environment, according to a new study. The findings, published...