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HOUSTON: Doctors at a hospital here have used a new drug called RLF-100, also known as aviptadil, that has led.....

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The Governing Board of NHA, which implements the AB-PMJAY, met on Thursday to review the implementation of the scheme un.....

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“Remdac is the most affordable drug as we would like to enable patients to have access to this critical drug in th.....

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Coronavirus COVID19 cases Vaccine Live Unlock Lockdown news: Among the states, Goa, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala,.....

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"In the last 2 months, we have conducted over 10 emergency liver transplants at the institution. Due to fear of Cov.....

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The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday urged people not to fear catching the novel coronavirus from f.....

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A previous study published in the journal Nature Medicine had indicated that acupuncture can reduce inflammation in mice.....

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Delhi had become the centre of attention in the fight against COVID-19 when on 9 June, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Siso.....

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16 Aug, 2020

PM Modi, during his address to the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort, said that the mission will bring a "re.....

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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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19 Aug, 2020

Nations that hoard possible COVID-19 vaccines while excluding others will deepen the pandemic, World Health Organization.....

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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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19 Aug, 2020

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19 Aug, 2020

The daily new cases of COVID-19 and deaths due to the disease have shown a declining trend from August 13, Union Health .....

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19 Aug, 2020

A fresh outbreak of infections in Australia’s coronavirus hot zone of Victoria eased further on Wednesday, while t.....

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19 Aug, 2020

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday urged countries to join a global pact aimed at ensuring less wealthy coun.....

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

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21 Aug, 2020

Only last week Luhut Pandjaitan, Indonesia’s maritime minister and close confidant of the country’s presiden.....

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23 Aug, 2020

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday accused members of the “deep state” at the Fo.....

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23 Aug, 2020

Coronavirus testing: Scientists have suggested an alternative testing method to detect COVID-19! Scientists have said th.....

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25 Aug, 2020

Aug 24, 2020 - 22:13 (IST) Coronavirus in India Latest Updates Centre may allow metro to restart from 1 Sept The Ce.....

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In addition to the Covid-19 vaccines being developed by the leading pharma companies of the developed world, many small .....

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Covid-19 vaccine update: Pfizer, BioNTec
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Pfizer coronavirus vaccine: Pfizer, a US-based pharma giant, and BioNTech, a German biotechnology company, have together.....

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The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on Sunday said it authorized the use of blood plasma from patients who hav.....

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25 Aug, 2020

Serum Institute of India, which has partnered with Oxford University to produce covid vaccine, has clarified that Indian.....

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26 Aug, 2020

New Delhi:  In a significant development related to the COVID-19 vaccine, Russia has expressed its willingness t.....

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21 Aug, 2020

The use of acronyms in biomedical research papers has increased steadily over the past 70 years, a study of millions of .....

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BENGALURU, India (Reuters) - On June 9, an Indian health education minister posted an infographic on Twitter showing COV.....

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29 Aug, 2020

LONDON/BRUSSELS/GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization will next week receive a raft of pledges of support for.....

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29 Aug, 2020

Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine using MRI scans and computer modeling say they have further pinpointed areas of the.....

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29 Aug, 2020

For every 1,000 people infected with the coronavirus who are under the age of 50, almost none will die. For people in th.....

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29 Aug, 2020

GENEVA - Wealthier countries that join the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 vaccine plan are being offered a n.....

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30 Aug, 2020

WASHINGTON (AP) — Telehealth is a bit of American ingenuity that seems to have paid off in the coronavir.....

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To better understand how motor skills are learned, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine reviewed data from previously d.....

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The WHO's clinical care lead, Janet Diaz, said the agency had updated its advice to include a 'strong recommenda.....

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

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

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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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Coronavirus antibodies may last for at least 4 months and decline at a slower rate than previously thought, according to.....

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

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4 September — Powerful new evidence links steroid treatment to lower deaths People severely ill with COVID-19 a.....

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05 Sept, 2020

New research may have people with asthma breathing a little easier: Doctors found the airway disease doesn't raise t.....

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People with lupus aren't at increased risk of hospitalization from COVID-19 due to steroidal medications they take t.....

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

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Russia’s proposed Covid-19 vaccine induced an antibody response in all participants in early trials and found no s.....

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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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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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Ro, an online health-care startup, said Monday that it raised $200 million in a new funding round, bringing its total ra.....

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08 Sept, 2020

SINGAPORE : Government researchers wheeled containers teeming with penned-up mosquitoes through a dense apartment comple.....

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Immune cells called neutrophils are more likely to be primed for action in people who will eventually develop severe COV.....

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Late-stage studies of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate are on temporary hold while the company investigate.....

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

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Sept. 8, 2020 -- When the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic in mid-March, the management .....

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10 Sep 2020

A day after pausing its Covid-19 vaccine trials due to a possible serious neurological problem in one patient, AstraZene.....

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Scientists Identify New Way to Target So
12 Sept 2020

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A day after pausing its Covid-19 vaccine trials due to a possible serious neurological problem in one patient, AstraZene.....

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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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13 Sept, 2020

NEW YORK: As questions mount over whether the United States will authorize a coronavirus vaccine ahead of November elect.....

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15 Sept, 2020

Business leaders have called on nations to be more inclusive when thinking about how they can reboot their economies fol.....

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Gilead CEO: We’re studying new way
15 Sept, 2020

Gilead Sciences CEO Daniel O’Day told CNBC on Monday that the company is continuing to study new ways to use its c.....

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Bill Gates expressed confidence that a coronavirus vaccine will be available by 2021. But he remains concerned that dose.....

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BEIJING (Reuters) - Coronavirus vaccines being developed in China may be ready for use by the general public as early as.....

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The UK trial of a leading coronavirus vaccine, which was abruptly halted because of safety concerns, restarted on Saturd.....

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A global push is on to develop a vaccine to slow the spread of Covid-19, and experts hope several will be ready in 2021......

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A slew of studies from around the world has reported a disturbing trend: since the coronavirus pandemic started, there h.....

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16 Sept, 2020

Patients who have long-term effects for weeks or months after they contract the coronavirus may see improvements in thei.....

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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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16 Sept, 2020

A group of researchers have expressed concern about repetitive patterns of data in a paper describing early-phase clinic.....

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16 Sept, 2020

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US emergency approval broadens use of Gi
17 Sept 2020

WASHINGTON : Gilead Science Inc's antiviral drug remdesivir was granted emergency use authorization by the U.S. Food.....

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17 Sept, 2020

(HealthDay News) -- A drug long used to treat Parkinson's disease may benefit patients with a severe form of age-rel.....

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17 Sept, 2020

A record single-day increase of 97,894 infections pushed India's COVID-19 tally to over 51 lakh, while the number of.....

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17 Sept, 2020

 The Supreme Court on Wednesday said there was an approval by the Central government on use of Remdesivir and Fabip.....

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18 Sept, 2020

AstraZeneca Plc, the drugmaker working with the University of Oxford on a Covid-19 vaccine, contradicted a report that a.....

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18 Sept, 2020

Just a few cups of coffee a day may help slow down the deadly progression of advanced colon cancer, new research finds. .....

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18 Sept, 2020

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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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WHO endorses protocol for coronavirus he
20 Sept, 2020

-Covid-19 has raised the issue of using traditional medicines to battle contemporary diseases -The endorsement clearly .....

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19 Sept, 2020

-The phase III trial of 'Covishield' vaccine will begin at Sassoon hospital from next week, said Dr Muralidhar T.....

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18 Sept, 2020

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Oxford covid vaccine: AstraZeneca denies
18 Sept, 2020

-Trials of the Oxford-Astra vaccine resumed in the UK over the weekend, after a pause to investigate the adverse event, .....

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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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WHO endorses protocol for coronavirus he
21 Sept, 2020

The World Health Organization endorsed Saturday a protocol for testing African herbal medicines as potential treatments .....

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21 Sept, 2020

Covid-19 continues to kill close to 1,000 Americans a day. But for those who develop dangerous cases of the infection, a.....

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It is even more important to receive the flu vaccination this year to help prevent a 'twindemic' of flu and COVI.....

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22 Sept, 2020

-India is hosting clinical trials for all the major vaccine contenders. -The timing of the vaccine is a contentious sub.....

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Wastewater testing captures the rise and fall of novel coronavirus cases in a mid-sized metropolitan region. Understa.....

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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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DCGI issues guidelines for pharma giants
23 Sept, 2020

New Delhi: The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has issued a new set of guidelines, focusing on safety, immunoge.....

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24 Sept, 2020

You’ve seen the debates, on television or on social media, or even in your own conversations. They go something.....

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U.S. FDA to tighten coronavirus vaccine
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to soon announce new, more stringent standards for an emergency author.....

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25 Sept, 2020

No. Health officials don’t recommend the clear plastic barriers as a substitute for masks because of the lack of r.....

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25 Sept, 2020

The new coronavirus can leave some patients with signs of heart inflammation and injury months after they get sick with .....

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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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FDA Authorizes Point-of-Care COVID Antib
26 Sept, 2020

first deployed in certain labs in July. The new authorization allows doctor’s offices, hospitals, urgent care cent.....

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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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29 Sept, 2020

-Russia has pushed ahead with its potential COVID-19 vaccine at top speed with mass public vaccinations alongside the ma.....

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29 Sept, 2020

Yes, it’s possible. The WHO has acknowledged the possibility that COVID-19 might be spread in the air under certai.....

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29 Sept, 2020

Two staff members at a hospital in India who tested positive for the new coronavirus became reinfected several months la.....

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Moderna COVID vaccine: Early study shows
30 Sept, 2020

Results from an early safety study of Moderna Inc's coronavirus vaccine candidate in older adults showed that it pro.....

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30 Sept, 2020

DUBAI : COVID-19 disease might deteriorate men's testosterone levels, according to a new study which says low levels.....

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COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Shows Promise for
30 Sept, 2020

An experimental vaccine against the virus that causes COVID-19 appears to generate more antibodies in people over the ag.....

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India's COVID-19 tally comes close to 64
02 Oct, 2020

India's COVID-19 caseload inched closer to 64 lakh-mark with 81,484 infections reported in a day, while the number o.....

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Startup bets on new coronavirus testing
02 Oct, 2020

A biotechnology startup called Koniku is trying to develop robots that could sniff out Covid-19 infections faster than c.....

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NEW DELHI: Variation in a genetic mutation among Indians may be the main reason behind the difference in the death rates.....

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A group of genes passed down from extinct human cousins is linked with a higher risk for severe COVID-19, researchers sa.....

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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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03 Oct, 2020

How long could I be contagious before a positive virus test? Studies have shown that people may be contagious for abo.....

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04 Oct, 2020

Since the recent presidential debate, at least 11 people involved in the event have tested positive for COVID-19, raisin.....

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

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COVID-19 cases in India breach 65-lakh m
04 Oct, 2020

India's COVID-19 caseload went past 65 lakh, while the number of people who have recuperated from the disease crosse.....

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Research Story Tip: Temperature-Sensitiv
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Research Story Tip: Temperature-Sensitive, Longer-Lasting Eyedrops May Mean Less Applications, Better Therapy 09/29/202.....

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The United States obesity rate is now more than 40%, and physicians are looking for new and more effective ways to treat.....

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04 Oct, 2020

Studies have shown that people may be contagious for about two days before developing COVID-19 symptoms. In fact, rig.....

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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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Can cancer drugs prove helpful in treati
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New Delhi: In the absence of a safe and effective medicine against Covid-19, several drugs used in cancer therapy have b.....

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COVID-19 cases in India breach 66-lakh m
05 Oct, 2020

India's COVID-19 caseload went past 66 lakh, while the number of people who have recuperated from the disease surged.....

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

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07 Oct, 2020

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

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07 Oct, 2020

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in an updated guidance on Monday said COVID-19 can spread thro.....

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Doctors consider anti-cancer drugs as a
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In the absence of a safe and effective medicine for covid-19, drugs used to treat cancer are being considered. Globally,.....

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A combination of antiviral drugs usually used to treat HIV has no beneficial effect in patients hospitalised with COVID-.....

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COVID-19 treatment: Lilly seeks emergenc
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Eli Lilly and Company on Wednesday said that it has asked the US government to allow emergency use of an experimental an.....

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08 Oct, 2020

India saw a single-day rise of 78,524 COVID-19 cases taking the virus caseload to over 68 lakh, while the number of peop.....

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It’s CRISPR. Two scientists who pioneered the revolutionary gene-editing technology are the winners of this year&r.....

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A trio of scientists who identified and characterized the virus responsible for many cases of hepatitis and liver diseas.....

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Gilead's remdesivir shaved five days off
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CHICAGO: Final data from Gilead Sciences Inc's antiviral drug remdesivir showed the treatment cut COVID-19 recovery .....

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Covid-19 Story Tip: Biomedical Engineers Lead Efforts to Make PPE 10/06/2020 Covid tip shield A 3D printed face shiel.....

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

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WASHINGTON : The risk of Coronavirus may enhance on exposure to urban air pollutants, suggests a research study. &quo.....

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Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday informed that coronavirus vaccines currently are in various trial phases. .....

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New Zealand signs deal with Pfizer, Bi
12 Oct, 2020

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The New Zealand government signed a deal on Monday to buy 1.5 million COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer I.....

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Eli Lilly pauses Covid-19 antibody treat
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US pharmaceutical firm Eli Lilly on Tuesday paused a late-stage trial of its experimental lab-produced antibody treatmen.....

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Aarogya Setu app helped identify coronav
14 Oct, 2020

World Health Organisation Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has lauded India’s Aarogya Setu app, saying .....

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14 Oct, 2020

India's COVID-19 caseload rose to 72,39,389 with 63,509 infections being reported in a day, while the number of peop.....

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- Any vaccine for the coronavirus disease, including Russia's Sputnik-V vaccine, must be cleared by WHO, UN spokespe.....

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15 Oct, 2020

- The World Health Organization has warned against the idea that herd immunity might be a realistic strategy to stop the.....

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16 Oct, 2020

New Delhi, Oct 16 (PTI) India's COVID-19 caseload rose to 73,70,468 with 63,371 new infections being reported in a d.....

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- Remdesivir, hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir and interferon regimens appeared to have little or no effect on hospitalized.....

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16 Oct, 2020

 Respiratory viruses tend to be seasonal, including the two most common flu viruses, but the coronavirus that cause.....

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the number of unexpected or ''excess" deaths over the typical number has.....

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New Delhi, Oct 17 (PTI) India's COVID-19 caseload went past 74 lakh, while the number of people who have recuperated.....

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NEW DELHI : The Serum Institute of India (SII) has told Brazil, Saudi Arabia and Morocco that further supplies of t.....

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Novel coronavirus circulated undetected
22 March, 2021

Using molecular dating tools and epidemiological simulations, researchers at University of California San Diego School o.....

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Global coronavirus deaths rise for first
23 March, 2021

A top World Health Organisation expert on the coronavirus pandemic said the weekly global count of deaths from COVID-19 .....

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Over 4.72 crore coronavirus vaccine dose
23 March, 2021

The cumulative number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 4.72 crore with 19,65,635 doses .....

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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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IISER, UNMC scientists explore Rapamycin
24 March, 2021

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal and the University of Nebraska Medi.....

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CHANGES IN GUT MICROBIOME COULD PREDICT
24 March, 2021

The secret to successful ageing may lie in part in your gut, according to a new report. The study found that it may be p.....

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India wont expand export of corona vacci
25 March, 2021

India will focus on meeting the domestic demand for coronavirus vaccines in view of a spike in COVID-19 infections in se.....

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Is Covid-19 second wave in India due to
27 March, 2021

Not the new variants, but people stopping to adhere to Covid appropriate behaviour is the reason for the surge of cases .....

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Govt planning to bring more population g
27 March, 2021

The Centre is planning to widen the scope of the COVID-19 immunisation drive by bringing more population groups under it.....

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WHO report says animals likely source of
30 March, 2021

A joint WHO-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that transmission of the virus from bats to humans through anoth.....

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Over 6.24 crore coronavirus vaccine dose
31 March, 2021

New Delhi: The number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 6.24 crore with 12,94,979 jabs b.....

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COVID-19 situation under control in Indi
31 March, 2021

Amid rising number of coronavirus cases in the country, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan on Tuesday assured, "Th.....

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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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Vaccine Maitri: Fiji receives 100,000 do
01 April 2021

A consignment of around 100,000 doses of Made in India COVISHIELD (AstraZeneca) vaccines reach Nadi International Airpor.....

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Those discharged from hospital after Cov
01 April 2021

People discharged from hospital after Covid-19 appear to have increased rates of organ damage ("multiorgan dysfunct.....

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New lung cancer screening recommendation
01 April 2021

Calling the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's newly released recommendation statement to expand eligibility for .....

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Dutch govt temporarily halt AstraZeneca
03 April 2021

The Dutch government said Friday it is temporarily halting AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccinations for people under 60 foll.....

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COVID-19 second wave in India may peak b
03 April 2021

NEW DELHI : Scientists have predicted using a mathematical model that the ongoing second-wave of COVID-19 pandemic acros.....

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L452R mutant of coronavirus causing conc
05 April 2021

Pune: Lockdown helps in containing the spread of coronavirus, but affects the economy adversely and hence there is a nee.....

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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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Sputnik V vaccine: Russia says Panacea B
06 April 2021

The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia's sovereign wealth fund), and Panacea Biotec today announced to pro.....

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Covid in Maharashtra: New strains might
06 April 2021

The state of Maharashtra is facing an acute crisis with a massive hike in double mutated strain of Coronavirus L452R and.....

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New method expands the world of small RN
8 April 2021

A team led by a biomedical scientist at the University of California, Riverside, has developed a new RNA-sequencing meth.....

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How brain cells repair their DNA reveals
8 April 2021

Neurons lack the ability to replicate their DNA, so they're constantly working to repair damage to their genome. Now.....

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Indonesia turns to China for more vaccin
9 April 2021

Indonesia is in talks with China to secure as many as 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to plug a gap in deliveries aft.....

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Serum Institute of India refunds South A
9 April 2021

  The Serum Institute of India has fully refunded South Africa for the 500,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, wh.....

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European calculations suggest very small
9 April 2021

India should have reported 320 cases of blood clot associated with administering of Covishield vaccine by now if the Eur.....

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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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COVID-19 surge: Mutant strains, sluggish
12 April 2021

New Delhi: Why areIndia'sCOVID-19 cases flaring up so sharply? There are no clear answers but top scientists say the.....

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China considering mixing different COVID
12 April 2021

Beijing: China is considering the mixing of different COVID-19 vaccines to improve the relatively low eff.....

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Tweaked COVID vaccines in testing aim to
13 April 2021

Dozens of Americans are rolling up their sleeves for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine — this time, shots tweaked t.....

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Vaccinated people better protected again
13 April 2021

NEW DELHI : COVID-19 vaccines protect against serious illness but transmissibility can still continue and inoculated peo.....

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COVID-19 pandemic a long way from over,
14 April 2021

Even though more than 780 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have now been administered globally, the pandemic is “.....

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Covid-19: Tika Utsav does not do the tri
15 April 2021

Prime minister Narendra Modi’s call for a four-day Tika Utsav where an all-out effort was to be made to vaccinate .....

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Serum - new Covid-19 vaccines yet to ge
15 April 2021

The new vaccine approval norms in the country are unlikely to speed up the launch of new Covid-19 vaccines from Serum In.....

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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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Foreign produced COVID-19 vaccines: Deci
16 April 2021

India’s drug regulator will take a decision on applications seeking approval for restricted emergency use of forei.....

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COVID-19: EU has not initiated discussio
17 April 2021

The European Union has not decided yet whether to sign new contracts for COVID-19 vaccines with AstraZeneca and Johnson .....

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1,189 samples have tested Covid positive
17 April 2021

A total of 1,189 samples have so far tested positive for variants of concern of SARS COV-2 in India, the health ministry.....

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Private sector to play vital role in COV
19 April 2021

The role of private sector would be vital as India scales up its COVID 19 vaccination drive, RS Sharma, the CEO of Natio.....

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COVID-19: Recommendation of 3rd booster
19 April 2021

NEW DELHI : More data is needed to establish if a third anti-COVID-19 booster dose will be more effective in fighting th.....

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Second wave sees rise in oxygen usage, R
20 April 2021

Indian Council of Medical Research director general Dr Balram Bhargava said on Monday the second wave had seen oxygen us.....

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COVID: Govt waives import duty on Remdes
21 April 2021

Amid surging COVID-19 cases in the country, the government on Tuesday waived customs duty on Remdesivir, its raw materia.....

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Sleeping six hours or less linked to hig
21 April 2021

Middle-age adults who sleep six or fewer hours a night may be at higher risk of developing dementia in later life, a new.....

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Multivitamins, omega-3, probiotics may c
21 April 2021

Taking multivitamins, omega-3, probiotics or vitamin D supplements may reduce the risk of testing positive for the novel.....

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COVID-19: CSIR lab develops technology t
23 April 2021

The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research's (CSIR) Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CMERI).....

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Taking oxygen intermittently does not he
23 April 2021

Stating that "oxygen is like a drug" and taking it intermittently does not help, top doctors in the country hi.....

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Double and triple mutants of coronavirus
24 April 2021

The double and triple mutant strains detected in India are one and the same variant of the coronavirus, and the availabl.....

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Zydus Cadila - Virafin gets emergency us
24 April 2021

Amid a continuous spike in the number of coronavirus cases in India, Zydus Cadila’s Virafin has been granted emerg.....

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UK to fly out ventilators, oxygen concen
25 April 2021

More than 600 pieces of vital medical equipment including ventilators and oxygen concentrators will be on their way to I.....

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Throat spray, oral drug for malaria-arth
26 April 2021

Singapore: An antiseptic throat spray and an oral drug usually prescribed to treat malaria and arthritis have been found.....

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Molnupiravir approval sought to target e
27 April 2021

After an outcry for remdesivir, there is now yet another experimental anti-viral drug – Molnupiravir to deal with .....

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Modi Govt asks Serum Institute, Bharat B
27 April 2021

The central government on Monday asked the Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech to lower price of their COVID-19 vaccines .....

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From Remdesivir to use of oxygen to vacc
27 April 2021

India has seen a staggering rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, which has wreaked havoc on India’s healthcare in.....

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Delayed RT-PCR reports triggering Covid
27 April 2021

Lucknow: Satvik Pandey of Aliganj and his family members gave their samples for RT-PCR test but when they did not receiv.....

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WHO to provide 4,000 oxygen concentrator
28 April 2021

The World Health Organization (WHO) will provide 4,000 oxygen concentrators to India which is experiencing a surge in Co.....

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India to receive first batch of Russia C
28 April 2021

MOSCOW: India will receive a first batch of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine against Covid-19 on May 1, the head of the Ru.....

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Serum Institute cuts vaccine price for s
29 April 2021

Serum Institute of India (SII) — the maker of the most used COVID-19 vaccine in the country — on Wednesday a.....

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One in four people experience mild syste
29 April 2021

One in four people experience mild, short-lived systemic side effects after receiving either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca v.....

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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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AYUSH-64 drug useful in treating mild to
30 April 2021

NEW DELHI : AYUSH-64, a drug developed for curing malaria in 1980, can be useful for the treatment of asymptomatic, mild.....

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Bharat Biotech Covaxin found to neutrali
30 April 2021

The made-in India Covaxin vaccine, developed by Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech, can neutralise the B1617 variant of coro.....

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Antiviral drug Clevira repurposed for tr
01 May, 2021

Clevira, a drug primarily developed to treat dengue, has been repurposed as supportive treatment for mild to moderate Co.....

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ICMR: Covaxin found to be effective agai
03 May, 2021

Hyderabad: The indigenously developed Covaxin is capable of fighting the Brazilian variant too, acco.....

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Merck Pharma to sign licensing pacts wit
03 May, 2021

New Delhi: Drug firm MSD has decided to enter into voluntary licensing agreements for investigational oral antiviral dru.....

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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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India - biggest Serum Vaccine order cove
04 May, 2021

The Narendra Modi-led federal government hasn’t placed an order larger than 110 million doses from the biggest loc.....

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Rational use of steroids for Covid must
06 May, 2021

Ahmedabad: While the state grapples with the unprecedented spike in Covid-19 complications, experts have warned that ram.....

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Department of Space has gone beyond its
07 May, 2021

The Department of Space has gone beyond its call to provide COVID-related support mainly liquid oxygen to Tamil Nadu, Ke.....

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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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Covid third wave inevitable in India, sa
07 May, 2021

Health experts have warned that a Covid-19 third wave is “inevitable” in India, as evidence grows that new v.....

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Covid-19: WHO approves emergency use of
08 May, 2021

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday approved the Chinese Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use, paving .....

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US govt doing everything it can to help
08 May, 2021

The US government is making all the efforts to help India in this hour of crisis, a senior State Department official has.....

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Tech transfers, supply of materials must
10 May, 2021

Partnerships, technology transfers and supply of various critical equipment and materials which go into the production o.....

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Process for eliminating unneeded cells m
10 May, 2021

One way that organisms get rid of unneeded cells is through a process called extrusion, which allows cells to be squeeze.....

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Centre issues advisory on management of
10 May, 2021

Mucormycosis, a fungal infection being found in COVID-19 patients with uncontrolled diabetes and prolonged intensive car.....

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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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WHO says virus strain in India a variant
11 May, 2021

Geneva, May 10, 2021 -Schools and stores reopened in parts of Europe on Monday, easing out of months of Covid-19 lockdow.....

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WHO warns of drug India recommends to fi
12 May, 2021

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday cautioned against the indiscriminate use of ivermectin, an anti-parasitic.....

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Covid-19: ICMR liberalises import of tes
12 May, 2021

Faced with the upsurge in Covid-19 cases in the second wave and to meet the urgent need to ramp up testing, the Indian C.....

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WHO classifies triple-mutant Covid varia
12 May, 2021

A World Health Organization official said Monday it is reclassifying the highly contagious triple-mutant Covid variant s.....

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Covid-19 vaccine: Serum says will raise
13 May, 2021

Amid multiple states reporting a shortage of COVID-19 vaccine, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech have submitted to the .....

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Covid-19: India fastest nation globally
13 May, 2021

India is the fastest country globally to reach the landmark of administering 17 crore doses in 114 days, Union Health Mi.....

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Covid-19 vaccine: Uttarakhand to import
13 May, 2021

Uttarakhand will import 20 lakh doses of Sputnik vaccine over the next two months, officials said on Wednesday. Givin.....

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Sputnik V could be available in India fr
14 May, 2021

Amid reports of the shortage of Covid-19 vaccine in various states, Sputnik vaccine has arrived in India, and "hope.....

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Variant first detected in India is forci
15 May, 2021

British authorities said on Friday that they are considering changing vaccination protocols and rein.....

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Will antibody cocktail help, HC asks Cen
15 May, 2021

New Delhi: One of the largest pharma companies has told the Delhi high court that a new “antibody cocktail” .....

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Insufficient data to recommend widesprea
15 May, 2021

There isn’t enough data to back the widespread use of Ivermectin in Covid patients and it can be recommended only .....

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India COVID-19 active caseload decreases
17 May, 2021

India’s COVID-19 active cases count has decreased to 36,18,458 with a net decline of 55,344 cases being recorded i.....

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China says it will support India, SA pro
18 May, 2021

BEIJING : China, which is actively pursuing vaccine diplomacy, said on Monday that it is "supportive" of India.....

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Proteins that predict future dementia, A
18 May, 2021

The findings are based on new analyses of blood samples of over ten thousand middle-aged and elderly people -- samples t.....

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Bharat Biotech Karnataka facility will h
18 May, 2021

Bharat Biotech's Covaxin manufacturing facility that is under construction in Kolar district in Karnataka would have.....

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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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Scientists slam WHO report, calls for fu
20 May, 2021

Geneva: A group of scientists have slammed the World Health Organisation (WHO) for their report into the origins of COVI.....

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BDR Pharma inks licensing pact with Eli
20 May, 2021

Drug firm, BDR Pharma on Wednesday said it has inked a licensing pact with Eli Lilly and Company for the manufacturing a.....

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Booster effect even at six months, do no
20 May, 2021

Four to six weeks, six to eight or eight to 12? The increasing gap between two Covishield doses in India while the UK re.....

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Aerosols from Covid-19 infected person c
21 May, 2021

New Delhi, May 20 : Nasal droplets fall within 2 metres from a Covid-19 infected person and the aerosols can travel in a.....

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Gujarat declares mucormycosis an epidemi
21 May, 2021

Ahmedabad: After over 1,500 cases of mucormycosis, also identified as black fugus, across the state, Gujarat on Thursday.....

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New research optimizes body own immune s
21 May, 2021

A groundbreaking study led by engineering and medical researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities shows how e.....

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Ayurvedic medicine touted as miracle cur
22 May, 2021

The Andhra Pradesh government on Friday decided to send the Ayurvedic medicine, being touted as a miracle cure for COVID.....

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Record 20.61 lakh COVID tests done in a
22 May, 2021

More than 20.61 lakh tests for detection of COVID-19 were conducted in a span of 24 hours in the country, the highest-ev.....

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Covid-19: WHO provides over 340 MT of es
24 May, 2021

To support countries across the South-East Asia region's response to the surge in Covid-19 cases, the World Health O.....

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Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine 80 per cent e
24 May, 2021

Two doses from either the Oxford/AstraZeneca or the Pfizer vaccine are over 80 per cent effective in preventing infectio.....

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Black fungus: Experts to study possible
25 April 2021

Experts in Karnataka will study whether the rise in the Mucormycosis cases is linked to use of industrial oxygen and its.....

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Trials for 3rd booster dose of Covaxin a
26 May, 2021

New Delhi: Trials for the third booster dose of Covaxin has begun at AIIMS. The booster shot will be administered to tho.....

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Total Covid vaccine doses administered i
26 May, 2021

In a significant landmark, the cumulative COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 20 crore, the U.....

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Bharat Biotech expects EUA from WHO for
26 May, 2021

Bharat Biotech on Tuesday said it expects approval for its COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin from the World Health Organisation f.....

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Process on to fix formula for MRP of oxy
26 May, 2021

The Centre Tuesday informed the Delhi High Court that pricing authority NPPA has initiated the process to fix a formula .....

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Our vaccine highly effective on COVID-19
27 May, 2021

Seeking a fast-track approval for its COVID-19 vaccine, US major Pfizer has told Indian authorities that its jab has sho.....

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UK study finds long-term lung damage aft
27 May, 2021

Researchers in the UK have identified persistent damage to lungs in COVID-19 patients at least three months after they w.....

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Countries urge deeper probe of Covid ori
27 May, 2021

The United States and other countries called Tuesday for a more in-depth investigation of the pandemic origins, after an.....

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BDR Pharma launches the first generic RU
28 May, 2021

Mumbai, 27 May 2021: BDR Pharmaceutical launched BDPARIB (RUCAPARIB) to treat advanced ovarian and prostate cancers toda.....

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Govt, Pfizer working together for earlie
28 May, 2021

As soon as Pfizer indicated vaccine availability, the central government and the company started working together for th.....

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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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No adverse effect if second dose of diff
28 May, 2021

Any significant adverse effect is unlikely if the second dose of a different COVID-19 vaccine is administered, but reach.....

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Seeking a pill to cure Covid: drugmakers
28 May, 2021

Prevention is better than cure -- but when it comes to Covid, what happens when people can't get the vaccine, don.....

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AstraZeneca drug Tagrisso gets EU nod fo
29 May, 2021

AstraZeneca's top-selling Tagrisso drug has been approved for use in the European Union to treat patients with a typ.....

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New twist in coronavirus origin saga: No
29 May, 2021

The United States and Britain are stepping up calls for the World Health Organisation to take a deeper look into the pos.....

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Singapore has been supporting India in s
29 May, 2021

Singapore’s position as an important trading and logistics hub turned out to be useful for the Indian High Commiss.....

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IIT Hyderabad develops oral amphotericin
31 May, 2021

The Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad has developed nanofibre-based, controlled-release oral tablets of amphoteri.....

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New tool activates deep brain neurons by
31 May, 2021

Neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease and epilepsy have had some treatment success with deep brain stim.....

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Monoclonal antibody cocktail unlikely to
31 May, 2021

New Delhi: Monoclonal antibody cocktail, used for the treatment of COVID-19, is unlikely to lead to further mutation of .....

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Wait six weeks for surgery after Covid,
01 June, 2021

Pune: Recovered Covid patients opting for non-urgent or elective surgeries are being asked by surgeons to go for repeat .....

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Price capping waiver to exemption from b
01 June, 2021

Seeking fast-track approvals to bring Moderna’s single-dose COVID-19 booster vaccine in India expeditiously, Cipla.....

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Versatile coronavirus antibody may be st
01 June, 2021

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, most people in the United States already had been sick with a coronavirus, albeit a f.....

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Government approves four firms under PLI
02 June, 2021

The government has given approval to four waitlisted firms under the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme for domest.....

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Israel claims likely link between Pfizer
02 June, 2021

JERUSALEM: Israel's Health Ministry said on Tuesday it found the small number of heart inflammation cases observed m.....

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WHO approves 2nd Chinese vaccine for eme
02 June, 2021

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday that it has approved China’s second COVID-19 vaccine ‘Si.....

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Eli Lilly India gets nod for emergency u
02 June, 2021

Eli Lilly and Company India on Tuesday said it has received permission for emergency use of its antibody drugs combinati.....

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Sun Pharma, Ferring Pharmaceuticals ink
03 June, 2021

Drug major Sun Pharmaceutical Industries on Wednesday said it has entered into a licensing agreement with Ferring Pharma.....

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H10N3 bird flu: So far, low risk of huma
03 June, 2021

BEIJING : A 41-year-old man in China's eastern province of Jiangsu has been confirmed as the first human case of inf.....

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Sputnik Light coronavirus vaccine shows
04 June, 2021

Moscow: The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia's sovereign wealth fund) on Wednesday announced that the Ru.....

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Anti-inflammatory drugs may cause weaker
04 June, 2021

New Delhi: Some people who take the drug methotrexate to treat common immune system disorders like rheumatoid arthritis .....

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US removes DPA ratings on AstraZeneca, N
05 June, 2021

Confident of the availability of Covid-19 vaccines in the country, the Biden Administration has removed Defense Producti.....

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B.1.617 variant of SARS-CoV2 drove surge
05 June, 2021

The surge of COVID-19 cases in the country in the last two months shows a correlation with the rise in B.1.617 variant o.....

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Serum Institute to make 3 types of Covid
07 June, 2021

Pune-based Serum Institute of India (SII), which has been the largest producer of vaccines in India, making the Oxford-A.....

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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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New study may help explain low oxygen le
07 June, 2021

A new study published in the journal Stem Cell Reports by University of Alberta researchers is shedding light on why man.....

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EMA highlights guidance not to use hepar
08 June, 2021

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) on Monday pushed guidance for doctors not to use the blood thinner heparin to treat .....

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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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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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40 lakh per year: US approves first new
08 June, 2021

U.S. regulators have approved Biogen Inc's aducanumab as the first treatment to attack a likely cause of Alzheimer&#.....

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40 lakh per year: US approves first new
08 June, 2021

U.S. regulators have approved Biogen Inc's aducanumab as the first treatment to attack a likely cause of Alzheimer&#.....

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New Covid variant with more severity det
09 June, 2021

NEW DELHI : Scientists at Pune’s National Institute of Virology have isolated and characterised a coronavirus vari.....

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Pfizer, Moderna vaccines cut infection r
09 June, 2021

Washington: Taking two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna's mRNA-based vaccines, authorised by the Food and Dr.....

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Ocugen pays USD 15 mn upfront to Bharat
09 June, 2021

Ocugen Inc, the US partner for Bharat Biotech's Covid-19 vaccine, has announced the payment of USD 15 million upfron.....

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WTO members to discuss patent waiver for
10 June, 2021

New Delhi: Members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on Wednesday agreed to hold discussions on patent waiver for Co.....

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Delta coronavirus variant believed to ha
10 June, 2021

LONDON : The Delta coronavirus variant of concern, first identified in India, is believed to be 60% more transmissible t.....

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Monoclonal antibody therapy improved par
10 June, 2021

Clinical parameters of two COVID-19 patients improved significantly within 12 hours of administering monoclonal antibody.....

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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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No need to panic on need for immediate c
12 June, 2021

The government Friday said there is no need to panic on the need for an immediate change in the dosage interval of Covis.....

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G7 leaders discuss Wuhan lab leak theory
14 June, 2021

World leaders gathered at the G7 Summit in Cornwall discussed the possibility that a laboratory leak in central China&rs.....

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Astronomy meets pathology to identify pr
14 June, 2021

Pairing sky-mapping algorithms with advanced immunofluorescence imaging of cancer biopsies, researchers at The Mark Foun.....

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India holds vaccination drive for people
14 June, 2021

Ahmedabad: Authorities in an Indian city have organised a special drive-through vaccination camp for disabled people in .....

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AstraZeneca shots should be halted for o
14 June, 2021

Countries should also avoid giving the Astrazeneca coronavirus vaccine to people over 60, the head of the EU drug regula.....

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Single dose of COVID-19 vaccine sufficie
15 June, 2021

A single dose of COVID-19 vaccine is sufficient for an infected person as there was a greater antibody response when com.....

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Novavax: Large study finds COVID-19 shot
15 June, 2021

Vaccine maker Novavax said Monday its shot was highly effective against COVID-19 and also protected against variants in .....

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India plans USD 6.8 billion program to b
17 June, 2021

India is considering offering as much as 500 billion rupees ($6.8 billion) of credit incentives to boost health care inf.....

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UK trial finds Regeneron anti-viral ther
17 June, 2021

A new, experimental anti-viral treatment used for some worst-affected COVID-19 patients has been found to save lives, ac.....

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Delta Plus variant of coronavirus found
18 June, 2021

A 65-year-old woman has tested positive for the new ‘Delta Plus’ variant of coronavirus  here, official.....

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Pfizer, Moderna preferred 2nd dose after
18 June, 2021

Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization said Thursday people who got the AstraZeneca vaccine as their.....

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Bharat Biotech, WHO pre-submission meeti
18 June, 2021

New Delhi: Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech's pre-submission meeting has been scheduled on June 23 for evaluation of t.....

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Delta variant on its way to becoming dom
19 June, 2021

The COVID-19 Delta variant, which was first identified in India, is becoming the dominant variant globally because of it.....

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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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Blocking IL-11 signaling can promote liv
19 June, 2021

Scientists at Duke-NUS Medical School and National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS), in collaboration with colleagues in Si.....

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Study evaluates reason behind increased
21 June, 2021

WASHINGTON : Recently a Johns Hopkins School of Medicine study found that although two SARS-CoV-2 variants are associate.....

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Scale up health infra, speed up vaccinat
21 June, 2021

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Sunday called upon countries in its south-east Asia region to scale up public hea.....

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Record 69 lakh COVID vaccine doses admin
22 June, 2021

More than 69 lakh vaccine doses were administered across the country till Monday evening on the first day of the revised.....

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In Uttarakhand: Ayurvedic medical doctor
22 June, 2021

Dehradun: Chief minister Tirath Singh Rawat and ayush minister Harak Singh Rawat, on the occasion of International Day f.....

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Pfizer in final stages of agreement to s
23 June, 2021

Pfizer is confident of producing three billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines and another four billion by next year, making .....

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Signs of brain inflammation found in peo
24 June, 2021

Scientists have found signs of inflammation and neurodegeneration in the brains of individuals who died of COVID-19, sim.....

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Delta variant of coronavirus more transm
24 June, 2021

The Delta variant of the COVID-19, which now makes up 90 per cent of all new cases, is significantly more transmissible .....

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Delta variant now reported in 85 countri
24 June, 2021

The Delta variant, the significantly more transmissible strain of COVID-19, is expected to become a ‘dominant line.....

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Novel method to accurately, quickly dete
25 June, 2021

Researchers have developed a non-invasive and low-cost method that can accurately and rapidly detect COVID-19 using samp.....

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Sputnik V is safest among all Covid-19 v
25 June, 2021

A study by the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health to monitor the safety of the Sputnik V vaccine against Covid-19 confirmed.....

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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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CSIR-developed BGR-34 effective in post-
28 June, 2021

New Delhi: Dysfunction of glucose metabolism resulting in hyperglycaemia, a high blood sugar level, has been found in 14.....

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Govt allocates additional 2,12,540 vials
29 June, 2021

The government has allocated an additional 2,12,540 vials of Amphotericin-B to states, Union Territories (UTs) and centr.....

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Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine prod
29 June, 2021

A third shot of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine produces a strong immune response, researchers said on Monday, a.....

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New device can accurately distinguish SA
29 June, 2021

Researchers have developed a tablet-sized device that can distinguish between antibodies produced in response to SARS-Co.....

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Infections seen among HIV patients hit C
29 June, 2021

Mumbai: Superinfections, which typically affect those with highly suppressed immune systems such as people living with H.....

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India believes there is urgent need for
01 July 2021

India believes there is an urgent need for carrying out “major reforms” in the World Health Organization to .....

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Zydus seeks nod for world-first plasmid
02 July 2021

Ahmedabad: Homegrown healthcare and pharmaceutical major Zydus Cadila has applied for emergency use authorisation (EUA) .....

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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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WHO chief calls for vaccinating at least
03 July 2021

Ghebreyesus called for a global effort to vaccinate at least 10 per cent of the population of every country by September.....

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Pregnant women in India now eligible for
03 July 2021

Pregnant women in India are now eligible to get vaccinated against Covid with the union health ministry Friday giving th.....

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Both doses of vaccine provide around 98
05 July 2021

The study was done by the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, in collaborati.....

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Covid recovered with one/two doses of va
05 July 2021

Prior vaccination results in less severe disease against subsequent infection provide evidence that both humoral and cel.....

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Cadila Healthcare arm recalls 21,240 bot
05 July 2021

Viona Pharmaceuticals Inc is recalling over 21,000 bottles of metformin hydrochloride extended-release tablets manufactu.....

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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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Recent evidence points to natural origin
07 July, 2021

There is no scientifically validated evidence to support the theory that the coronavirus leaked from a laboratory in Chi.....

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India - COVID death rate hit record in J
07 July, 2021

A big rise in infections in April and May, driven largely by the more infectious and dangerous Delta variant, brought In.....

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Covid-19: Now, steroids-linked bone tiss
07 July, 2021

MUMBAI: Avascular necrosis, or death of bone tissues, could be the next debilitating condition among post-Covid patients.....

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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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Pfizer, Moderna vaccines cut Covid-19 ri
07 July, 2021

WASHINGTON: People who receive Covid-19 vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna are up to 91 per cent less likely to develop the .....

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Cases of Lambda COVID-19 variant found i
09 July, 2021

Canada’s chief public health officer says there are cases of the latest COVID-19 variant of interest in the countr.....

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COVID-19: Northeast, Kerala regions of c
12 July, 2021

This is despite the nationwide tally of new cases remaining low, revealed an analysis by researchers at the Institute of.....

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Decision on emergency use listing of Cov
12 July, 2021

The World Health Organization (WHO) is likely to take a decision on including Bharat Biotech's COVID-19 vaccine Cova.....

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Dispiriting setback: COVID deaths, cases
15 July, 2021

The World Health Organization reported Wednesday that deaths climbed last week after nine straight weeks of decline. It .....

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WHO chief says it was premature to rule
16 July, 2021

In a rare departure from his usual deference to powerful member countries, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyes.....

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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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Alcohol drinking linked to over 62,000 n
16 July, 2021

Alcohol consumption was associated with 62,100 or five per cent of newly diagnosed cancer cases last year in India, acco.....

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2 vaccine doses given to police personne
17 July, 2021

Two doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered to high-risk police personnel were successful in preventing 95 per cent death.....

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Mucormycosis recurrence in frontal sinus
17 July, 2021

PUNE: Careful clearance of the damaged sinus tissues in the face’s deeper region, pterygopalatine fossa, is key to.....

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Neuroprosthesis restores words to man wi
19 July, 2021

Researchers at UC San Francisco have successfully developed a "speech neuroprosthesis" that has enabled a man .....

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Delta variant infected even vaccinated p
19 July, 2021

Delta COVID variant infected more than 80 per cent people in India during the devastating second wave of the pandemic, a.....

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UCL finds over 200 symptoms of long COVI
19 July, 2021

Of the diverse range of symptoms, others included: visual hallucinations, tremors, itchy skin, changes to the menstrual .....

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Hospitals have become large industries,
20 July, 2021

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday observed that hospitals in the country have become large industries now thriving .....

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Azithromycin no more effective against C
20 July, 2021

LOS ANGELES: The commonly prescribed antibiotic for Covid-19, azithromycin, is no more effective than a placebo in preve.....

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Bharat Biotech dossier under review for
20 July, 2021

Officials of the World Health Organisation (WHO) had a meeting with those of Bharat Biotech and the Hyderabad-based vacc.....

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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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State to step up TB screening amid Cov p
21 July, 2021

Kolkata: In a bid to strengthen surveillance and control spread of tuberculosis (TB) in the state, all patients diagnose.....

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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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Serum Institute writes to Union Health M
22 July, 2021

World's largest vaccine manufacturer by volume, Serum Institute of India (SII) has written to Union Health Minister .....

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Covid-19: Cases of Kappa variant of coro
26 July, 2021

For the first time, five cases of `Kappa’ variant of coronavirus have been detected in Gujarat, the state health d.....

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India logs 39,742 new Covid-19 cases
26 July, 2021

New Delhi: India added 39,742 new cases of coronavirus infection taking the total tally of Covid-19 cases to 3,13,71,901.....

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DRDO COVID-19 drug: BDR Pharma inks lice
27 July, 2021

BDR Pharma on Monday said it has inked a licensing pact with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) to.....

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India generated 56K tonnes of Covid bio-
27 July, 2021

Bengaluru: India generated 56,898 tonnes of Covid-19-related biomedical waste between June 2020-21, an indication of the.....

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Early antiviral response in nose may det
27 July, 2021

The course of severe COVID-19 may be determined by the body’s antiviral response to initial infection, according t.....

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INSACOG sequenced over 57,000 SARS-CoV-2
28 July, 2021

New Delhi: An Indian genomics consortium has sequenced over 57,000 SARS-CoV-2 genomes out of which nearly 45,000 samples.....

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Made in India Sputnik V to be available
28 July, 2021

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd expects the locally manufactured Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V to be avail.....

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India adds 43,645 COVID-19 cases, 640 de
28 July, 2021

India recorded 43,654 fresh COVID-19 cases on Wednesday that took its tally to 3,14,84,605 while 640 more fatalities pus.....

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There are cases of people who have been
28 July, 2021

There are cases of people who have been reported COVID-19 positive more than once, Minister of State for Health Bharati .....

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China reports 49 new COVID-19 cases amid
29 July, 2021

BEIJING, July 29 (Reuters) - China reported on Thursday 49 new COVID-19 cases, down from 86 a day earlier, according to .....

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97,79,440 Covid vaccine doses administer
29 July, 2021

Nearly 38,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine were administered in Delhi on Tuesday, taking the cumulative number to 97,79,.....

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COVID-19: Active cases register increase
30 July, 2021

The active cases have increased to 4,03,840 and comprise 1.28 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID.....

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Japan to widen virus emergency after rec
30 July, 2021

A government panel approved the plan putting Saitama, Kanagawa and Chiba, as well as Osaka, under the state of emergency.....

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New COVID-19 infections rise in Tamil Na
31 July, 2021

For the second consecutive day, Tamil Nadu on Friday reported a surge in new infections with 1,947 people contracting th.....

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Hard-won gains at risk as Delta variant
31 July, 2021

The world is at risk of losing hard-won gains in fighting COVID-19 as the highly transmissible Delta variant spreads, bu.....

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For every single COVID-19 case reported
02 Aug, 2021

For every single COVID-19 case reported in India, there were 30 cases that remained undetected or were missed, according.....

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Bharat Biotech's Covaxin effective again
03 Aug, 2021

Bharat Biotech's COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin (BBV152) is effective against Delta Plus (AY.1) variant of the coronavirus.....

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Abbott Labs to pay 160 million USD over
03 Aug, 2021

Abbott Laboratories will pay $160 million to resolve claims that two of its units submitted false claims to Medicare by .....

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English study finds 50-60% reduced risk
04 Aug, 2021

Fully-vaccinated people have an around 50 to 60% reduced risk of infection from the Delta coronavirus variant, including.....

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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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SARS-CoV-2 antibodies remain stable or i
07 Aug, 2021

The levels of IgG antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 remain stable, or even increase, seven months after infection, according.....

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COVID SCIENCE: Heart attack, stroke risk
07 Aug, 2021

Heart attack, stroke risks rise in COVID-19 patients COVID-19 increases patients' risks for heart attack and st.....

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India’s Covid R-naught tops 1 agai
07 Aug, 2021

The delta variant, considered more contagious than chickenpox, has now pushed up the R-naught —the average number .....

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Fuelled by Delta variant, US COVID-19 ca
09 Aug, 2021

US average of daily COVID-19 cases hit the highest level since February on Sunday (local time), fuelled by the Delta var.....

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Covid-19: Beyond Delta, scientists are w
09 Aug, 2021

The continued spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has spawned a Greek alphabet of variants – a naming system used by th.....

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Israeli survey finds 3rd Pfizer vaccine
09 Aug, 2021

Most people who received a third dose of Pfizer Inc's COVID-19 vaccine felt similar or fewer side effects than they .....

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Doctors to visit every house to screen p
10 Aug, 2021

To detect COVID-19 cases, the city civic body – Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) – would launch a p.....

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COVID-19: Delta Plus variant detected in
11 Aug, 2021

The Delta Plus variant of SARS-CoV2 has been detected in 86 samples in the country so far and it has not led to any expo.....

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Eating more plant foods may lower heart
11 Aug, 2021

Eating more nutritious, plant-based foods is heart-healthy at any age, according to two research studies published today.....

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Potential role of junk DNA sequence in a
11 Aug, 2021

The human body is essentially made up of trillions of living cells. It ages as its cells age, which happens when those c.....

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Extra COVID vaccine OK for those with we
13 Aug, 2021

US regulators on Thursday said transplant recipients and others with weakened immune systems can get an extra dose of th.....

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Clotting linked with COVID-19 vaccine ve
13 Aug, 2021

The very rare blood clots that can be caused by the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine can be aggressive and deadly .....

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COVID-19: Pfizer, Moderna seen reaping b
14 Aug, 2021

Drugmakers Pfizer Inc, BioNTech and Moderna Inc are expected to reap billions of dollars from COVID-19 booster shots in .....

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Delta plus not as transmissible as Delta
14 Aug, 2021

NAGPUR: After confirming Delta Plus variant in some samples from Vidarbha sent for genetic sequencing recently, there is.....

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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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India to recalibrate air quality standar
17 Aug, 2021

NEW DELHI: India is likely to have new national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) in 2022, factoring in more polluta.....

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Higher risk of Bell's Palsy after Sinova
17 Aug, 2021

(Reuters) -The risk of Bell’s Palsy, a type of facial paralysis, is higher after Sinovac Biotech Ltd’s COVID.....

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Benefits of Covid vaccines far outweigh
18 Aug, 2021

The beneficial effects of COVID-19 vaccines far outweigh the risk of facial paralysis on one side of the face known as B.....

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Blood clotting may be root cause of long
18 Aug, 2021

Patients with long COVID syndrome continue to have higher measures of blood clotting, which may explain their persistent.....

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Nasal Covaxin phase II & III tri
18 Aug, 2021

NAGPUR: After getting the final nod from the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) for the second and third phase tria.....

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Pfizer submits data for third dose appro
18 Aug, 2021

WASHINGTON: Pfizer and BioNTech on Monday submitted preliminary clinical data to US health authorities as part of their .....

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Vaccine nationalism could lead to increa
19 Aug, 2021

Vaccine stockpiling by nations may strongly impact global trajectories of COVID-19 case numbers, and increase the potent.....

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COVID R-value drops to below 1 in countr
19 Aug, 2021

After breaching the value of one in the first week of August, the R number, which reflects how rapidly the coronavirus p.....

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Covid ebbing as R-value drops to below 1
20 Aug, 2021

New Delhi: After breaching the value of 1 in the first week of August, the R number, which reflects how rapidly the coro.....

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Pregnant women donot experience more sev
20 Aug, 2021

Pregnant and lactating women who receive the COVID-19 vaccine do not experience symptoms any more severe than their non-.....

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U.S. FDA aims to give full approval to P
21 Aug, 2021

Regulators were aiming to complete the process by Friday, but were still working through “a substantial amount of .....

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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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Taiwan's president leads way in first do
23 Aug, 2021

President Tsai Ing-wen got vaccinated with Taiwan's first domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, giving .....

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Study says COVID riskier for heart than
26 Aug, 2021

A study from Israel says COVID-19 carries a far higher risk of heart inflammation than Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccin.....

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Taiwan to get BioNTech shots early as Ch
26 Aug, 2021

Taiwan could get its first delivery of BioNTech SE's (22UAy.DE) COVID-19 vaccines one month ahead of schedule as a d.....

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Moderna withholds 1.63 million COVID-19
26 Aug, 2021

Moderna Inc said on Wednesday it has withheld supply of about 1.63 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine in Japan after .....

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Increase in viral infection cases in Del
27 Aug, 2021

Hospitals across the national capital are registering a rise in the number of viral infection cases owing to change in w.....

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Half of hospitalised Covid patients have
28 Aug, 2021

Around half the people hospitalised with COVID-19 experience at least one persistent symptom up to 12 months after the i.....

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Uneven COVID-19 vaccine distribution may
28 Aug, 2021

While the global economy is still growing, the uneven distribution of vaccines is widening disparities as rich countries.....

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Rise in COVID-19 cases: Plan on tests re
30 Aug, 2021

With Kerala recording over 30,000 COVID-19 cases in the last four days, Health Minister of the State Veena George on Sun.....

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First commercial batch of Covaxin releas
30 Aug, 2021

The first commercial batch of Covaxin was released on Sunday from the new plant of Bharat Biotech at Ankleshwar in Gujar.....

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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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New Covid variant, C.1.2, may be more in
31 Aug, 2021

Scientists from National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) and the KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequen.....

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Covid third wave could peak between Oct-
31 Aug, 2021

Manindra Agrawal, an IIT-Kanpur scientist who is part of the three-member team of experts that have been tasked with pre.....

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WHO European head backs 3rd vaccine dose
31 Aug, 2021

Dr. Hans Kluge cited deeply worrying levels of high transmission, saying 33 countries among the 53 in the WHO Europe reg.....

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Himachal Pradesh achieves distinction of
01/09/2021

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the people of the hill state on September 6 to commemorate this achievement. .....

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Monoclonal antibody treatment combo cuts
01/09/2021

The combination of the monoclonal antibody treatments -- casirivimab and imdevimab -- has been given emergency use autho.....

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WHO leader opposes ‘widespread&rsq
02/09/2021

The head of the World Health Organisation says he opposes ''widespread use of boosters'' for healthy peo.....

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Intranasal Covid vaccine phase II trial
02/09/2021

As many as 30 volunteers consisting of doctors, their family members and others were administered the first dose of the .....

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Over half of India’s adult populat
03/09/2021

The message of vaccination must be taken to the heartland of India, he said, adding, “No one should be left behind.....

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After dropping below one, Covid R-value
04/09/2021

The R-value of Kerala stood at 1.33, which is the highest number of active cases in the country. Similarly, the R-value .....

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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu calls fo
06/09/2021

Naidu further emphasised that both medical education and treatment should be affordable and within the reach of the comm.....

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For 3rd time in 11 days, India’s d
07/09/2021

Citing data collated till 7 pm, the ministry said the country has so far vaccinated 53,29,27,201 beneficiaries for the f.....

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Hetero’s Tocilizumab biosimilar ge
07/09/2021

This authorisation will enable medical practitioners to use the drug for the treatment of COVID-19 in hospitalised adult.....

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30 test negative for Nipah so far: Keral
08/09/22021

The minister, speaking to media persons here, said with negative test results of 20 more people being reported in the mo.....

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India’s strong, decisive decisions
08/09/22021

Inter-sectoral coordination facilitated by establishing high level inter-ministerial groups and communication with state.....

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AIIMS to conduct study to ascertain pres
08/09/22021

Addressing a press conference on the 36th Eye Donation Fortnight celebration by the National Eye Bank (NEB), he said tha.....

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WHO chief urges halt to booster shots fo
09/09/2021

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also said Wednesday he was ‘appalled’ at comments by a leadi.....

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G20 health ministers agree on vaccine co
10/09/2021

The G20 health ministers' meeting in Italy this week is focused on building on strong cooperation and collaboration .....

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CoWIN launches new API: KYC-VS — K
11/09/2021

Over 72 crore vaccine doses have been administered since the vaccination campaign against COVID-19 was flagged off on Ja.....

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Reusable cloth masks may be effective up
11/09/2021

The only noticeable change was that inhalation resistance slightly increased, meaning that the mask may feel a bit more .....

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Health ministry, ICMR have issued guidel
13/09/2021

The applications for issuing the document and for redressal of grievances shall be disposed off within 30 days of submis.....

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Genome sequencing lab to be set up in An
15/09/2021

The lab will also help sequence other emerging or re-emerging pathogens to understand the nature or origin of microbes a.....

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Mu, C.1.2 variants of SARS-CoV2 not foun
16/09/2021

The consortium has called for more strongly implementing existing recommendations on sequencing of positive samples from.....

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Indonesia in talks with WHO to become gl
16/09/2021

Indonesia is in talks with the World Health Organization (WHO) as well as six drug companies to become a global hub for .....

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No Delta plus variant of COVID-19 found
17/09/2021

Additional municipal commissioner (western suburbs) Suresh Kakani said the samples were examined at a genome sequencing .....

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US OKs new use for Eli Lilly’s COV
17/09/2021

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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While urging vaccination, WHO declines j
18/09/2021

Vellucci said she would look into whether percentages of UN staff that had been vaccinated could be provided. The Unite.....

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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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Covid-19: Five recovered patients at Gan
18/09/2021

Dr. Arora said that this could be the first report of such a series of cases of gallbladder gangrene in patients followi.....

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WHO Experts’ Group to take a call
20/09/2021

Covaxin is one of the six vaccines that have received emergency use authorisation from India's drug regulator and is.....

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India to resume export of surplus COVID-
21/09/2021

He also said that cumulative doses administered so far across the country have crossed 81 crore and the last 10 crore do.....

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Covid origins probe: The Lancet does U-t
21/09/2021

After facing backlash for its coverage of origins of the Covid pandemic, the much acclaimed scientific journal -- The La.....

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UK begins trial of multivariant COVID-19
22/09/2021

The trial, involving GRT-R910, has been launched by US pharmaceutical company Gritstone in collaboration with the Univer.....

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Nurse to doctor ratio in India estimated
22/09/2021

The nurse to doctor ratio is estimated to be 1.7:1 in India on the basis of NSSO data, with Punjab (6.4:1) and Delhi (4......

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Antibodies from original Covid virus str
22/09/2021

The finding, published in the journal Nature Communications, has implications for the ability of new variants to reinfec.....

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India set to get first J&J Covid
22/09/2021

India's drug regulator last month gave emergency authorisation to the J&J vaccine, whether imported or locally f.....

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Covid-19 vaccine: Centre files plea agai
23/09/2021

The Centre, in its appeal, contends that the September 3 judgement of a Single Judge of the High Court if not set aside .....

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WHO reports global decline in new COVID-
23/09/2021

The UN health agency said there were just under 60,000 deaths in the past week, a 7 per cent decline. It said that while.....

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Tiny antibodies from llamas can potentia
23/09/2021

Human antibodies have been a key treatment for serious COVID-19 cases during the pandemic, but typically need to be admi.....

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Novavax, SII apply to WHO for emergency
24/09/2021

It represents another major milestone in Novavax’s transformation into a commercial global vaccine company and rei.....

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U.S. CDC advisers back COVID-19 booster
24/09/2021

A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory panel on Thursday recommended a booster shot of the Pfi.....

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Children less severely impacted by COVID
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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Scientists call for global targets to be
25/09/2021

Hitting targets also would reduce deaths over the coming 10 years in all world regions, but the benefits are larger in s.....

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AstraZeneca Pharma India gets DCGI nod t
27/09/2021

The company has received the import and market permission in Form CT-20 from the Drugs Controller General of India for S.....

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