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Children With Kawasaki Disease To Remain At Risk Even After Treatment: Study

Researchers have found that children with Kawasaki Disease remain at an increased risk for cardiovascular events even over 10 years after hospitalization for their...

Increase In Amount Of Sleep After Trauma Experience Could Ease Illness

Increasing the amount of time spent in sleep immediately after a traumatic experience may ease any negative consequences, say, researchers. Published in the journal Scientific...

Pandemic Negatively Affecting Dreams, Women More Vulnerable: Study

The anxiety, stress and worry brought on by Covid-19 is not only limited to daytime hours as it is affecting our dreams as well,...

Is It Possible to Get the Coronavirus Twice?

Is it possible to get the coronavirus more than once? Scientists don't know for sure yet, but they believe it's unlikely. Health experts think people...

Less Screen Time Associated With Better Mental Health: Study

Researchers have found that less screen time and more green time are associated with better psychological outcomes among children and adolescents. According to the study,...

Term Plan with Critical Illness Benefit

In the event of an untimely demise, one should have an appropriate plan to keep his/her family safe and prosperous. A Term Plan to...

Plasma Therapy Treatment Safe, Effective for Covid Patients: Researchers

In an ongoing study of more than 300 Covid-19 patients treated with convalescent plasma therapy in the US, researchers suggest that the treatment is...

Covid-19 Patients with Cardiovascular Issues More Likely to Die: Researchers

In a major study, researchers have found that Covid-19 patients with cardiovascular comorbidities or risk factors are more likely to develop heart complications while...

Coronavirus Doesn’t Directly Targets Taste Buds Cells in Patients: Study

Contrary to the previous findings, which stated that the novel coronavirus directly targets taste buds cells in Covid-19 patients, a new study has now...

Here’s if Shyness Can Be Considered an Illness

Shyness is a feeling of apprehension, lack of comfort or awkwardness especially when a person is around others. It involves a fear of negative...

Covid-19 Infected Patients’ Blood Can Tell Severity Of Illness

Clinicians can examine Covid-19 patients' blood to identify those at greatest risk of severe illness and to pinpoint those most likely to need 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...

National Doctor’s Day: Karnataka Honours Healthcare Warriors

Recognising their selfless service over the last 3 months in their relentless fight against the corona virus spread, Karnataka on Wednesday honoured doctors, nurses,...

Higher Chance of Child’s Injury Due to Parent’s Mental Illness

Parental mental illness is linked with increased risk of injuries among children up to 17 years of age and the peak of the risk...

Inadequate Sleep Affects Emotional Processing Negatively: Study

Not getting enough sleep? Read this health and lifestyle carefully. Researchers have found that an inadequate amount of sleep for five consecutive nights can...

Focus on Your Child’s Mental Health Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Children and young adults account for 42 percent of the worlds population; this age group is very susceptible to entering into an emotional crisis...

Here’s a Healthy Diet for Your Liver

Your liver is the second largest organ in the human body with a complex structure and function. It plays a vital role in your...

Why You Should Avoid Gas Station CBD

Shopping at a gas station is convenient. You can run in, grab a drink and a few snacks. Just as gas stations sell cigarettes,...

Ways to Live Longer With a Mental Disorder

Tackling unhealthy lifestyle factors would provide the greatest benefit in increasing life expectancy among those with severe mental illness in these difficult times, report...

1 in 3 Somalis Affected By Mental Illness: WHO

By Salem Solomon After nearly three decades of war, many Somalis carry invisible scars from exposure to violence. This is a health and lifestyle news. According to...

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Colorectal Cancer Can Be Prevented by Tests: Study

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