Health News


Hotter, humid weather may not save you from contracting COVID-19: Study

Published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, the study looked at 144 geopolitical areas - states and provinces in Australia, US, and Canada as well as various countries around the world.

published : 08 May 2020

Study says most COVID-19 patients may lose sense of smell by third day of infection

The telephonic study, whose results were published in the journal Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, examined characteristics and symptoms of 103 patients who were diagnosed with COVID-19.

published : 08 May 2020

I want to see a better me post COVID-19: Zaggle founder Raj N Phani

Personally, during the last 20 years plus of my professional life, Phani never got an opportunity to take a clean break like this.

published : 08 May 2020

Caffeine connection

As stated earlier, caffeine stimulates the brain, but the brain of a child tends to be extra-sensitive to caffeine’s effects than of the adults.

published : 08 May 2020

Keep your canines safe from parvovirus threat 

When two of his Great Danes stopped taking food all of a sudden, only to fall flat out sick in a few days, Bhavin Manari’s stomach dropped.

published : 08 May 2020

Anxiety, feeling of uncertainty: Mental health talks rise amid COVID-19 lockdown

Dr Sameer Malhotra, director and head, Department of Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences, Max Healthcare noted that anxiety and uncertainty among people has increased.

published : 07 May 2020

Intensive farming may lead to antibiotic-resistant pathogens, higher risk of epidemics: Scientists

The scientists investigated the evolution of Campylobacter jejuni, a bacterium carried by chickens and cattle, and a leading cause of food poisoning.

published : 06 May 2020

Scientists identify nearly 200 genetic mutations in novel coronavirus

The study characterised patterns of diversity of the genome of the virus, highlighting how it may be adapting and evolving to its human hosts.

published : 06 May 2020

A guide on how to be 'Incense'tive

The mystical ethereality of aromas speaks its own language to, not just the mind, but even the spirit.

published : 06 May 2020

Double trouble for coronavirus positive expectant moms?

Doctors explain the way out when a pregnant woman were to test positive for COVID-19 prior to delivery.

published : 06 May 2020

Covid-19 in children milder but that’s no reason to relax

The Coronavirus infection among children is relatively mild when compared to adults and they have better chances at recovery.

published : 06 May 2020

Hepatitis C drugs may help fight COVID-19, supercomputer simulations suggest

Using the powerful MOGON II supercomputer operated by JGU and the Helmholtz Institute Mainz, the researchers made more than 30 billion single calculations within two months.

published : 05 May 2020

'Recently recovered COVID-19 patients produce virus-specific antibodies'

The study indicates which parts of the virus are most effective at triggering these immune responses, and should therefore be targeted by potential vaccines.

published : 05 May 2020

COVID-19: Locked in their homes, people now opt for online meditation

We are hopeful to continue hosting similar programmes online free of cost for the benefit of the seekers of truth the world over.

published : 05 May 2020

Gloves can protect, but there’s need to regulate their use

Gloves form one among an array of armamentarium used to protect oneself from the Coronavirus.

published : 05 May 2020