The Latest: S. Korea reports largest vir
16 Aug, 2020

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea has reported 279 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus, it’s highest dai.....

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Covid-19, Cold, Flu or Allergy: Know the
17 Aug, 2020

In the midst of a pandemic, any fevers, aches, and pains can be scary. Do you have the virus? Should you be getting test.....

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Study links COVID-19 to rise in childhoo
19 Aug, 2020

Cases of type 1 diabetes among children in a small UK study almost doubled during the peak of Britain’s COVID-19 e.....

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How Much Vitamin C Is Too Much Vitamin C
20 Aug, 2020

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and has several functions within our body. It is needed to produce collagen - the p.....

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One in four Indians could have been infe
20 Aug, 2020

MUMBAI (Reuters) - At least one in four people in India may have been infected with the coronavirus - a much higher numb.....

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What Is Digital Health ID? Here’s
20 Aug, 2020

In his seventh Independence Day speech from the Red Fort last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the launch of.....

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Coronavirus is Not Ready to Budge, So Wh
20 Aug, 2020

Let’s cut the prelude here: how we have been living in the most unprecedented times of our life for the last eight.....

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Coronavirus Updates: Maharashtra reports
21 Aug, 2020

23:27 (IST) Coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh Latest Updates UP reports 4,991 new COVID-19 cases Uttar Pradesh registere.....

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Factbox: Latest on the worldwide spread
24 Aug, 2020

The global coronavirus death toll surpassed 800,000 on Saturday, according to a Reuters tally, with the United States, B.....

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Study Adds to Evidence That Odor-Sensing
24 Aug, 2020

Study Adds to Evidence That Odor-Sensing Cells in the Nose Are the Key Entry Point for SARS CoV-2 08/20/2020 SARS CoV .....

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Latest on the worldwide spread of corona
29 Aug, 2020

Japan plans to secure enough coronavirus vaccines to inoculate its population four times over, while German Chancellor A.....

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What you need to know about the coronavi
1 Sep, 2020

Here’s what you need to know about the coronavirus right now: Russia and Chinese vaccines raise doubts Doc.....

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Advisory Group Outlines COVID-19 Vaccine
2 Sept, 2020

September 2, 2020 -- A preliminary report released Tuesday outlines which groups may receive priority when a c.....

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India will supply coronavirus vaccines t
03 Sept, 2020

As scientists edge closer to creating a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, Indian pharmaceutical companies are .....

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Tiny Biological Package Gets Drug Right
04 Sept, 2020

For patients who receive a heart transplant in the near future, the old adage, “Good things come in small packages.....

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Why A Vaccine Won’t Be a Quick Fix
04 Sept, 2020

The effort is so critical, the U.S. government is spending billions to make doses of vaccine that may be wasted if clini.....

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‘CRISPR babies’ are still to
04 Sept, 2020

Editing genes in human embryos could one day prevent some serious genetic disorders from being passed down — but f.....

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Covid-19 vaccine developers prepare join
05 Sept, 2020

Several drug makers developing Covid-19 vaccines plan to issue a public pledge not to seek government approval until the.....

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UN: No vaccine to be endorsed before it&
08 Sept, 2020

LONDON (AP) — The head of the World Health Organization said the U.N. health agency will not recommend any COVID-1.....

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UNICEF to lead global procurement, suppl
08 Sept, 2020

United Nations: In what could possibly be the world's largest and fastest ever operation of its kind, the UNICEF wil.....

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Trial Tests MMR Vaccine to Help Prevent
04 Sept2 020

FRIDAY, Sept. 4, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- A new clinical trial will try to determine whether the measles,.....

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Companies testing vaccines pledge safety
08 Sept 2020

The top executives of nine drugmakers likely to produce the first vaccines against the new coronavirus signed an unprece.....

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China starts testing world's first nasal
13 Sept, 2020

The newest Covid-19 vaccine candidate to start human testing is the first where volunteers won’t get a painful inj.....

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Scientists publish images of coronavirus
14 Sept, 2020

WASHINGTON: Scientists have produced images of the novel coronavirus infecting lab-grown respiratory tract cells, findin.....

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The lasting misery of coronavirus long-h
16 Sept, 2020

The lung scans were the first sign of trouble. In the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, clinical radiologist Ali .....

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COVID Conflicts Are Straining Relationsh
18 Sept, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic wears on, it's clear that not everyone's on the same page when it comes to preventin.....

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When will COVID-19 vaccines be generally
18 Sept, 2020

U.S. President Donald Trump and the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday disagreed .....

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Government to use immunisation program m
18 Sept, 2020

-Currently, there are three covid-19 vaccine candidates that are in human trials in India -Russia’s Sputnik V vac.....

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TCS sets up 11 coronavirus isolation cen
21 Sept, 2020

India's largest software services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has set up 11 first-line COVID-19 isolation c.....

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Flu jab 'more important than ever' this
22 Sept, 2020

People are being advised to get a flu jab to help protect against the "double danger" of flu and coronavirus. .....

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EPA Adds to List of Coronavirus-Fighting
22 Sept, 2020

The number of common household cleaning products certified to kill the coronavirus continues to expand as the Environmen.....

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WHO backed China for emergency use of CO
26 Sept, 2020

Beijing: China secured the WHO’s backing for the emergency use of COVID-19 experimental vaccines as early as in Ju.....

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Phase III trials of Sputnik V critical t
28 Sept, 2020

Covid-19 pandemic is spreading globally like a wild fire in dry leaves. Vaccine offers the only hope for its containment.....

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Mosquitoes cannot transmit the coronavir
02 Oct, 2020

The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatme.....

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'Superspreaders' Are Driving the COVID-1
03 Oct, 2020

A small number of infected people are the main cause of the coronavirus’s spread, according to a massive contact t.....

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Covid-19 vaccines should first go to hea
04 Oct, 2020

Certain health workers and first responders should be the first to receive a Covid-19 vaccine when one becomes available.....

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Pandemic, new platforms prompt surge in
05 Oct, 2020

More than a decade into an advertising career, Fernando Barcelona was a midlevel creative in his mid 30s. He had moved f.....

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Researchers develop new Covid-19 test th
05 Oct, 2020

Washington: Scientists have developed a new method of testing for COVID-19 that doesn't make use of key reagents but.....

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COVID research updates: Massive contact-
05 Sept,2020

The patterns of infections and deaths caused by the new coronavirus differ starkly between resource-poor settings and we.....

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Covid-19 to place greater demand on ment
07 Oct, 2020

NEW DELHI: Mental health programmes, both national and international, will see greater demand as coronavirus pandemic co.....

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COVID-Linked Syndrome Seen in Kids Found
07 Oct, 2020

Adults can develop a coronavirus-linked syndrome that's similar to one seen in children, researchers report. Mult.....

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UK to begin trials to test if BCG vaccin
12 Oct, 2020

LONDON: Scientists in the UK will begin recruiting frontline healthcare workers to test if an old vaccine used to combat.....

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Getting vaccine doubters to roll up thei
19 Oct, 2020

Eddie Rice is a believer in vaccines. The Melbourne locksmith has received jabs in the past and understands that they go.....

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Coronavirus and diabetes: What you need
20 Oct, 2020

28-year-old Mario Buelna caught fever and started having trouble breathing in June. He soon tested positive for the nove.....

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GSK to launch late-stage testing of sync
21 Oct,2020

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - GlaxoSmithKline said it would move its experimental vaccine against the respiratory syncytial viru.....

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Covid-19 underscored importance of inves
22 Oct, 2020

- WHO chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan said that at least a couple of coronavirus vaccines could be available by early.....

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As COVID-19 cases spike, pneumonia vacci
24 Oct, 2020

MILAN/FRANKFURT/NEW YORK : As COVID-19 infections rise, people seeking to avoid one lung disease compounding another are.....

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Drug found effective in treating covid-1
26 Oct, 2020

- The results of WHO's clinical trial show that dexamethasone can help in survival of premature babies when given to.....

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Some evidence shows children could be Co
28 Oct, 2020

New Delhi: There is some evidence which shows that children who were earlier thought to be protected against coronavirus.....

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Next crop of COVID-19 vaccine developers
29 Oct, 2020

CHICAGO/BERLIN (Reuters) - The handful of drugmakers dominating the global coronavirus vaccine race are pushing the boun.....

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COVID-19 spreads faster, more widely wit
02 Nov, 2020

Transmission of the novel coronavirus within households is high, occurs quickly, and can originate from both children an.....

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Abbott launches its glucose monitoring t
02 Nov, 2020

Clinical and real-world data by the company show that the product is associated with improved glucose control MUMBAI,.....

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Australia reports highest childhood vacc
03 Nov, 2020

The country has invested more than $400 million in the National Immunization Program to protect young and vulnerable Aus.....

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Mr Neeraj Lal joins Medicover Hospitals
03 Nov, 2020

With more than 17 years of experience in healthcare management, Neeraj Lal is a veteran who wears multiple hats   .....

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India to be a part of United Nations bac
18 Nov, 2020

Over 100 scientists join hands with the United Nations to build public confidence in COVID-19 vaccines through Team Halo.....

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Biological E begins clinical trials of i
18 Nov, 2020

The results of Phase I/II clinical trials are expected to be available by February 2021 NEW DELHI, November 18, 2020&.....

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National Epilepsy Day: Aster RV Hospital
19 Nov, 2020

The clinic will have certified epileptologists trained in adult and paediatric epilepsy, supported by a multi-disciplina.....

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UK-wide study shows antibodies persist f
20 Nov, 2020

A joint research team at Queen’s University Belfast studied the symptomatology of infection and the kinetics of th.....

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Australia to undertake clinical studie
27 Nov 2020

With a $1.12 million funding, clinical studies at the University of Sydney to look at the potential of needle-free deliv.....

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Diabetes as a condition can not entire
30 Nov 2020

This was concluded by an expert at ASSOCHAM’s ‘Illness To Wellness’ Series that held discussions at th.....

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Health centre water crisis increasing Co
14 Dec, 2020

One in four health centres worldwide lacks access to water, putting around 1.8 billion people at increased risk of contr.....

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How kids immune systems can evade COVID
14 Dec, 2020

Young children account for only a small percentage of COVID-19 infections1 — a trend that has puzzled scientists. .....

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AEFI reporting to be done through Co-WIN
17 Dec, 2020

Need to build on the standard principles of AEFI, make it specific to COVID-19 vaccines: Dr V K Paul In the course of.....

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Supernus drug meets main goal of study i
23 Dec, 2020

(Reuters) - Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Tuesday its experimental drug for attention deficit hyperactivity disor.....

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AstraZeneca says its vaccine should be e
23 Dec, 2020

(Reuters) - British drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc told Reuters on Tuesday its COVID-19 vaccine should be effective against t.....

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Covaxin found to be safe, effective in p
24 Dec, 2020

Bharat Biotech’s indigenous vaccine Covaxin induced immunity against covid-19 through antibodies as well as T-cell.....

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First indigenous vaccine against pneumon
24 Dec, 2020

NEW DELHI: The first indigenous vaccine against pneumonia, developed by Serum Institute of India (SII), is slated to be .....

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Serum Institute of India to make 300 m
29 Dec 2020

Adar Poonawalla, COO, SII, said they have a stockpile of 40-50 million doses already and more are being produced every w.....

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India will have Covid-19 vaccine withi
31 Dec 2020

We should get approval for the vaccine in the county within a few days. I would say days rather than weeks or months,.....

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Pediatric use of COVID-19 antibody drugs
05 Jan, 2021

(Reuters) -The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to f.....

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National Family Health Survey V: The N
08 Jan 2021

Sizeable is seen in access to drinking water and coverage of improved sanitation facility at the household level. Rec.....

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National Polio immunisation programme re
15 Jan, 2021

NEW DELHI: The National Polio immunisation programme, as part of which children in the age group of 0-5 years are admini.....

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Nasal COVID-19 vaccine will be easy to g
21 Jan, 2021

A nasal COVID-19 vaccine will be easy to be give to school-going children who bear a “very mild” load of the.....

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Obesity may exacerbate effects of Alzhei
02 Feb, 2021

Obesity is an additional burden on brain health and it may exacerbate Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new stud.....

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Coronavirus vaccination India update: Ov
03 Feb, 2021

Two states, Gujarat and West Bengal, initiated vaccination of frontline workers on Tuesday and 19,902 frontline workers .....

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WHO-led COVAX vaccine scheme agrees new
04 Feb, 2021

GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - India’s Serum Institute will supply 1.1 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines developed by .....

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Sero survey: A fifth of Indians infected
05 Feb, 2021

A little over a fifth of India’s population is infected with Covid-19, the latest sero survey released by ICMR rev.....

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Changing diets -- not less physical acti
05 Feb, 2021

Variation in consumption of market-acquired foods outside of the traditional diet -- but not in total calories burned da.....

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Brain changed by caffeine in utero
09 Feb, 2021

New research finds caffeine consumed during pregnancy can change important brain pathways that could lead to behavioral .....

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How a single gene alteration may have se
15 Feb, 2021

As a professor of pediatrics and cellular and molecular medicine at University of California San Diego School of Medicin.....

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India to gift 2,00,000 doses of coronavi
19 Feb, 2021

India on Wednesday announced that it will gift 2,00,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine to United Nations peacekeepers. Ext.....

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Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine trial f
20 Feb, 2021

Drugmaker Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech are due to start trials for their messenger RNA COVID-19 vaccine in 4,0.....

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India dispatches first batch of six lakh
25 Feb, 2021

India on Wednesday dispatched the first batch of six lakh COVID-19 vaccine doses to the African country of Ghana under t.....

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US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19
27 Feb, 2021

US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19 vaccine from J&J By: Associated Press | Updated: Feb 27, 2021 9:49 AM U.....

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Indias manufacturing base is playing a c
03 March, 2021

On Tuesday, the governments of Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana started COVID-19 vaccination campaigns which are focu.....

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1 in 4 people in the world will have som
04 March, 2021

The World Health Organization has warned that one in four people in the world – nearly 2.5 billion people – .....

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Clinical trials underway to test jab eff
04 March, 2021

Clinical trials are now underway to test the safety and efficacy of covid-19 vaccines for children, the Union health min.....

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Britain approves worlds most expensive d
10 March, 2021

The 'most expensive drug in the world' has been approved by the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NH.....

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Non-DNA mechanism is involved in transmi
18 March, 2021

It has long been understood that a parent's DNA is the principal determinant of health and disease in offspring. Yet.....

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Less than 10 lakh children with Severe A
19 March, 2021

Less than 10 lakh children in the country have been identified with Severe Acute Malnutrition, the Women and Child Devel.....

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Faster spread of some Covid variants cou
22 March, 2021

BOSTON : The spike protein of the novel coronavirus, which enables it to infect human cells, is more stable in faster sp.....

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China Sinovac claims its covid vaccine C
24 March, 2021

BEIJING : Sinovac said on Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine CoronaVac is safe and effective in children ages 3-17. The.....

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Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine protect
01 April 2021

One key question is the dosage: Pfizer gave the 12-and-older participants the same dose adults receive, while testing di.....

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Understanding itch: New insights at the
5 April 2021

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis (AD), is sometimes called "the itch that rashes." Often, the itch begins before t.....

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Autism gene study finds widespread impac
9 April 2021

Damage to the autism-associated gene Dyrk1a, sets off a cascade of problems in developing mouse brains, resulting in abn.....

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Most differences in DNA binding compound
15 April 2021

Compared to newborns conceived traditionally, newborns conceived through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are more likely to.....

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Virus variants inciting India 2nd surge,
16 April 2021

NEW DELHI : The second surge of COVID-19 cases in India has swamped hospitals much faster than the first because muta.....

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Scientists identify severe asthma specie
16 April 2021

Asthma afflicts more than 300 million people worldwide. The most severe manifestation, known as non-Th2, or non-atopic c.....

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Zydus Cadila to double remdesivir produc
17 April 2021

In view of surging demand for antiviral drug Remdesivir, Ahmedabad-based pharma major Cadila Healthcare has decided to d.....

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Global community rushes medical supplies
30 April 2021

The international community on Thursday rushed much-needed medical supplies, relief materials, life-saving drugs as well.....

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BioNTech expects Covid vaccine trial res
30 April 2021

BERLIN: BioNTech expects results by September from trials testing the COVID-19 vaccine that it and Pfizer have developed.....

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Novel smell test may help diagnose COVID
01 May, 2021

A new capsule-based smell test may help in the rapid diagnosis of various diseases linked to the loss of smell such as C.....

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UNICEF sent 3,000 oxygen concentrators t
04 May, 2021

The UN children’s agency has sent critical life-saving supplies, including 3,000 oxygen concentrators, diagnostic .....

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Sugar-sweetened drinks linked to increas
07 May, 2021

The study, published online May 6 in the journal Gut, provides more support for public health efforts that encourage peo.....

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Pfizer Covid shot expanded to US childre
11 May, 2021

U.S. regulators on Monday expanded the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12, offering a way t.....

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Covaxin gets approval for phase II/III t
13 May, 2021

Hyderabad: Even as Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has become the first vaccine globally to get approval from US drug regulator .....

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WHO reminds Serum Institute of its COVAX
19 May, 2021

WHO chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said that once the devastating Covid-19 outbreak in India recedes, the Serum I.....

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Rare COVID-19 response in children expla
17 May, 2021

While many children infected with the virus are asymptomatic or go undiagnosed, about one in 1,000 children experience m.....

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Pfizer-BioNTech pledge 2 billion doses o
22 May, 2021

American pharmaceutical company Pfizer and German company BioNTech pledged Friday to deliver 2 billion doses of their CO.....

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Post COVID complication among children a
25 May, 2021

After black fungus, the Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) is the next cause of concern for the medi.....

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Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine 100 pe
26 May, 2021

Moderna on Tuesday announced that various studies have shown its Covid-19 vaccine was 100 per cent effective at preventi.....

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Next covid wave may come in November, co
28 May, 2021

BENGALURU : Like the flu, COVID-19 is here to stay for generations, according to the Director of the Indian Institute of.....

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Gujarat: Zydus Cadila now plans to test
31 May, 2021

After covering adults and children aged between 12 and 18 years under the ongoing clinical trials of its Covid-19 vaccin.....

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Glenmark Pharma launches anti-epileptic
02 June, 2021

Glenmark Pharma on Tuesday announced the launch of anti-epileptic drug Rufinamide tablets in the US market. Glenmark Pha.....

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UK approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid shot f
05 June, 2021

London: Britain's medicines regulator said on Friday it had approved the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and Bi.....

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US eager to involve Indian investigators
05 June, 2021

America's top infectious disease specialist, Dr Anthony Fauci on Thursday said his country is eager to involve India.....

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AIIMS Delhi to start screening children
07 June, 2021

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi, will start screening children for clinical trials of indigen.....

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Dr Reddys recalls 2,980 bottles of chole
07 June, 2021

New Delhi: Drug major Dr Reddy's Laboratories is recalling 2,980 bottles of Atorvastatin Calcium tablets in the US d.....

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China authorises CoronaVac Covid-19 vacc
08 June, 2021

BEIJING : China has authorised the emergency use of CoronaVac, a Covid-19 vaccine manufactured by Chinese firm Sinovac, .....

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Vaccination drive: Centre to provide fre
08 June, 2021

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday announced that the central government will provide free coronavirus vaccine to st.....

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High vaccination rates can help reduce r
08 June, 2021

A top World Health Organisation official estimated Monday that COVID-19 vaccination coverage of at least 80% is needed t.....

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Govt issues guidelines on COVID in child
10 June, 2021

The government has come out with comprehensive guidelines for the management of COVID-19 among children in which Remdesi.....

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Covid-19: Moderna seeks US authorization
11 June, 2021

American biotech company Moderna said Thursday it was asking the US Food and Drug Administration for an emergency use au.....

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Unplanned vaccination can promote mutant
11 June, 2021

A group of public health experts, including doctors from AIIMS and members from the national taskforce on COVID-19, have.....

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Direct link between malnutrition and dis
14 June, 2021

Underlining that there is a direct link between malnutrition and diseases, India country director of UN World Food Progr.....

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Novavax Covid-19 vaccine Covavax to laun
18 June, 2021

The Serum Institute of India (SII) hopes to introduce US firm Novavax's Indian version of the Covid-19 vaccine - .....

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Zydus Cadila likely to seek emergency us
19 June, 2021

Indian pharmaceutical major Zydus Cadila is likely to apply to the central drugs regulator seeking emergency use authori.....

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India should brace for third Covid-19 wa
18 June, 2021

A third wave of coronavirus infections is likely to hit India by October, and although it will be better controlled than.....

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Delta variant ‘greatest threat&rsq
23 June, 2021

Speaking at a White House briefing on COVID-19 on Tuesday, Fauci said the variant, which was first identified in India, .....

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India likely to have Covid vaccine for c
24 June, 2021

Noting that children usually have a mild disease but there is a need to develop Covid-19 vaccines for them, AIIMS Delhi .....

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US to add heart inflammation warning for
25 June, 2021

Washington: US health authorities plan to update official guidance about administering mRNA Covid vaccines to adolescent.....

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Zydus vaccine for kids above 12 years co
28 June, 2021

New Delhi: Zydus Cadila Covid-19 vaccine for children above 12 years is expected to be available by August as its trials.....

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Indonesia examines use of Sinovac, Pfize
28 June, 2021

Jakarta: Indonesia is currently examining the use of the Sinovac and Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines for people under 18 years .....

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Study ties milder COVID-19 symptoms to p
02 July 2021

A study by Stanford University School of Medicine investigators hints that people with COVID-19 may experience milder sy.....

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Study ties milder COVID-19 symptoms to p
06 July 2021

A study by Stanford University School of Medicine investigators hints that people with COVID-19 may experience milder sy.....

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Delta dominant variant in US, makes up m
08 July, 2021

The highly contagious Delta variant has become the dominant coronavirus strain in the US, accounting for more than 51 pe.....

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In 1st meet, revamped Cabinet approves R
09 July, 2021

Addressing a press conference here after the first meeting of the Union Cabinet following its reshuffle on Wednesday, He.....

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Over 1.58 lakh vaccine doses administere
09 July, 2021

The numbers saw a major increase from Wednesday's figures when only 22,360 vaccine doses were given, of which 11,789.....

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10 July, 2021

The government said on Friday that it is working actively with COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer Moderna to see how its vacc.....

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Mansukh Mandaviya inaugurates two PSA ox
14 July, 2021

Gujarat: As the third wave COVID-19 wave grips the country, the Union Health Ministry is ramping up its preparations to .....

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Delhi HC warns for wilful non-compliance
15 July, 2021

New Delhi: Delhi High Court on Wednesday said it would take action for “wilful non-compliance” if the Centre.....

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India has highest number of unvaccinated
16 July, 2021

India has the highest number of under-vaccinated or unvaccinated children worldwide at 3.5 million, an increase of 1.4 m.....

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67.6 pc people have COVID antibodies but
21 July, 2021

On the way forward, Bhargava highlighted the need to ensure full vaccination of all healthcare workers as soon as possib.....

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No sign of Pfizer, Moderna Covid vaccine
21 July, 2021

The study was limited by the small sample size, the researchers noted, adding that further clinical data from larger pop.....

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67.6 Percent population above 6 yrs fou
26 July, 2021

NEW DELHI: Of India's population above the age of six, 67.6 percent have developed antibodies against Covid-19, foun.....

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Preparing for worst-case scenario, setti
06 Aug, 2021

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Thursday said the city government was preparing for the worst-case scenario in a.....

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Hopeful of launching Covovax for adults
06 Aug, 2021

Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawalla on Friday said he is hopeful that Covovax, another COVID-19 vaccine being m.....

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Zydus Cadila likely to get emergency use
10 Aug, 2021

Ahmedabad-based Zydus Cadila's three-dose COVID-19 vaccine ZyCoV-D is expected to get an emergency-use nod from the .....

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COVID-19 third wave unpredictable: AIIMS
16 Aug, 2021

Talking to reporters at the Gitam Institute, where he received the Foundation Day Award in recognition of his services, .....

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Zydus Cadila Covid-19 vaccine ZyCoV-D ge
21 Aug, 2021

Indigenously developed Zydus Cadila COVID-19 vaccine ZyCoV-D has received approval for Emergency Use Authorisation from .....

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Johnson & Johnson files applicat
21 Aug, 2021

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) on Friday said it has submitted an application to the Indian drug regulator to conduct a.....

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Covid vaccination for kids may start onl
21 Aug, 2021

NEW DELHI: The government is likely to start vaccination of children against Covid-19 only by March 2022, even as three-.....

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721 children in child care institutions
23 Aug, 2021

Over 720 children in child care institutions in 11 states and Union Territories have contracted COVID-19 till now and no.....

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U.S. vaccine advisers unanimously favor
31 Aug, 2021

An advisory panel to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday unanimously recommended the Pfi.....

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India’s strong, decisive decisions
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Inter-sectoral coordination facilitated by establishing high level inter-ministerial groups and communication with state.....

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US OKs new use for Eli Lilly’s COV
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The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday granted emergency use of the drug for adults and children older than 12 who.....

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ICMR study highlights issues faced by he
17/09/2021

The study was conducted between September and December last year through telephonic interviews with 111 healthcare worke.....

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Delhi hospitals see rise in number of se
18/09/2021

"Especially infants under one year are showing severe symptoms, few of them needed to be hospitalised too. Many of .....

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95 children, adolescents among 623 new C
20/09/2021

The rate of infection among children and adolescents stands at 15.24 per cent. It was 11.9 per cent on the previous day,.....

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Pfizer, BioNTech say trials find COVID v
21/09/2021

Children aged five to 11 years were given a two-dose regimen of 10 microgrammes (µg) administered 21 days apart, a.....

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Talks on to make Zydus Cadila’s CO
24/09/2021

Responding to a question at a press conference, NITI Aayog Member (Health) Dr V K Paul said to bring Zydus Cadila’.....

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25/09/2021

On inoculation of children against the virus in India, she said there will be vaccines for children. The drug regulator .....

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Childhood cancers rank ninth as a leading cause of childhood diseases at the global level, accounting for 11.5 million o.....

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