Health news 06 Mar, 2021
Women's Day Special: Rujuta Diwekar 5 magical foods women must have - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
Health and Nutrition expert Rujuta Diwekar suggests 5 magical foods women must include in their diet and how these foods effortlessly boost health naturally. Here's all you need to know ...
Overdoing calcium? 5 calcium-rich foods you should eat in moderation - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
We all are well aware of the fact that consuming anything in excess can be harmful to our health.
CV risk factors tied to adverse pregnancy outcomes, gestational diabetes, hypertension - HealioHealio
CV risk factors were associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes and gestational diabetes, as well as hypertension 2 to 7 years after pregnancy, according to results of the nuMoM2b Heart Health Study.“What we know about high blood pressure is that the ea…
Blindness and impairment of vision closely linked to increased mortality risk: Study - BusinessLineBusinessLine
Researchers carried out a new meta-analysis that revealed blindness and impairment of vision are closely linked to increased mortality risk. This has prompted a need to address global eye health dispa
COVID-19: Who Is the 'Public' in IP Law That Defines Its Public Purpose? - The Wire ScienceThewire.in
The entangled issue of public vaccine subsidy, ensuing distribution and private intellectual property right raises the fundamental question of a government's duty to the people.
Eating daily servings of fruits and vegetables helpful for longer life - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
Researchers during a recent study found that eating about five daily servings, two of which were fruits and three vegetables, is likely the optimal amount needed in order to sustain longer life.
Scientists in US Oregon find B.1.1.7 variant with E484K, mutation also found in India - Republic TVRepublic World
Expert in computational genomics Stacia Wyman hinted that "other mutations could weaken Eek's effect", but it is yet to be seen how the mutation evolves
Severe obesity should be considered as a comorbid factor for Covid vaccination: Dr Sanjay Borude - ETHealthworld.comThe Times of India
A recent report by the World Obesity Federation reinstated the risk of severe Covid-19 infection in obese patients.
Suffering from Depression Amid the Pandemic? Get Into Long-Term Exercising, Say Scientists! | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com - The Weather ChannelThe Weather Channel
Those who experienced declines of one to two hours of physical activity per day were most at risk for depression during the pandemic. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com
Study uncovers association of greenhouse gas emissions with dietary guidelines - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
A study drove by the Nutrition Journal, involving seven countries discovered that greenhouse gas emissions associated with national dietary guidelines advocating a healthy diet vary greatly between countries.
Researchers develop antibody ‘cocktail’ effective against all Covid-19 strains - BusinessLineBusinessLine
Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) developed a monoclonal antibody “cocktail” that is effective against all coronavirus variants.The study, published in the journal Nature Medi
Centre Approves COVID-19 Vaccination For Indian Army Veterans, Dependents Of Armed Forces Personnel - ABP LiveAbplive.com
The Indian government had last month announced that everyone above 60 years of age and those over 45 years with comorbidities will be able to get COVID-19 vaccine from March 1 for free at government facilities.
Gujarat health official tests Covid-19 positive days after receiving second dose of vaccine - BusinessLineBusinessLine
A health official in Gandhinagar’s Dehga taluka, Gujarat, who recently received the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine, tested positive for Covid-19 infection, as per media reports.The official ha
Study uncovers high fat diets may lead to greater risk of heart attacks - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
A study led by a team of researchers from the University of Reading uncovered that consumption of high-fat diets may over-activate destructive heart disease protein, increasing the risk of a heart attack.
US continues to see drop in new Covid cases - Zee BusinessZee Business
The United States continues to see a decline in new Covid-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations as more than 85 million vaccine doses have been administered.
Gujarat health official tests Covid-19 positive after taking second dose of vaccine - Northeast NowNortheast Now
A health official in Gujarat's Dehgam taluka tested positive for Covid-19 after taking the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, officials said Saturday. The health official was administered his first dose on January 16 and the second one on February 15. Howev…
Screening non-smokers for lung cancer just as important & effective, finds Taiwan study - ThePrintThePrint
Study by National Taiwan University College of Medicine which screened never-smokers based on family history, other risk factors identified a high baseline prevalence of lung cancer.
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine effective from day 11 post 1st dose, says study - Medical DialoguesMedical Dialogues
Sydney: A team of researchers suggests that one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine could be...
Gujarat man tests COVID-19 positive after taking 2nd dose of vaccine - Zee NewsIndia.com
A health official in Gujarat has tested positive for coronavirus days after taking the second dose of the vaccine against the infection. The man had taken both doses of the vaccine and fell ill shortly after with symptoms of the COVID-19 virus.
Man Tests Positive in Indian State of Gujarat Despite Two Doses of COVID Vaccine - Sputnik InternationalSputnik International
As per the District Chief Health Officer, the man was first inoculated on 16 January, and given the second dose on 15 February. India is currently undergoing phase II...
Mumbai: 100-year-old Vile Parle resident gets herself vaccinated - Mid-dayMid-day
Vile Parle’s centenarian heads to BKC centre for inoculation to end confinement
Worrisome New Evidence That COVID-19 Vaccines Are Less Effective Against New Coronavirus Variants - BrinkwireBrinkwire.com
Weight loss: 5 new science-backed facts about weight loss you should know - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
When it comes to losing weight, there are some mantras that never go stale. For instance, maintaining a proper diet and working out regularly are some of the tips you need no expert to tell you. These are some of the most basic and necessary rules to follow, …
Benefit of kids returning to classrooms in Washington outweighs risk of virus, some experts say - KING 5Google News
Covid vaccination: Delhi records its highest one-day turnout - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
Saturday marked the highest turnout at the vaccination centres in Delhi, with 33,287 getting the anti-Covid injection. The turnout has been increasing
Pandemic changed attitude of public, healthcare workers - DTNextDtnext.in
The pandemic has impacted the lives of doctors, patients and the public in general and after about a year since the first case appeared in Tamil Nadu, health experts say that masks, thermal scanners and sanitisers have become the new normal. Public health exp…
AI can predict new atrial fibrillation, stroke risk: Study - The Rahnuma DailyThe Rahnuma Daily
New York, March 6 (IANS) A team of researchers has found that Artificial Intelligence (AI) can predict risk of new atrial fibrillation (AF) and AF-related stroke. Atrial fibrillation is the most common cardiac arrhythmia and is associated with numerous health…
Some Coronavirus mutations may help it evade immune system's T-killer cells, say scientists - Millennium PostMillenniumpost.in
London: Some mutations in the novel coronavirus may not only enable it to evade antibodies, but also ...
French medical association says Covid vaccine is an 'ethical duty' for staff - RFI EnglishWww.rfi.fr
A prestigious professional body in France is concerned that not enough health workers have accepted to get vaccinated against Covid-19. In a statement issued on Saturday, they said staff had an ethical duty towards patients in their care. This comes as severa…
Virus hospital resumes normal service in Moscow - AP ArchiveYouTube
(1 Mar 2021) A hospital in Moscow reopened part of its units on Monday, a year after it was adapted to treat new coronavirus patients. City Clinical Hospital...
Nonagenarian among 7L senior citizens vaccinated in Raj - IANSIanslive.in
Nonagenarian Ramkishan received his first vaccine dose at a private hospital here.
Health Ministry approves Covid vaccination of dependents, veterans: Army - Business StandardBusiness Standard
The Union Health Ministry has approved administration of COVID-19 vaccine to dependents of armed forces personnel as well as veterans in service hospitals, the Indian Army said on Saturday.
My Mistake One Year Ago Led To Covid-19: Pandemic Realities Vs. Culture Wars - ForbesForbes
Most Americans have still not yet been vaccinated, and dangerous coronavirus variants are increasing. Risks remain.
COVID-19 in Gujarat: Man infected with coronavirus after taking 2nd dose of vaccine - Free Press JournalFree Press Journal
The man, a health officer in Gandhinagar's Dehgam taluka, had taken the first dose on January 16 and the second one on February 15
Here's how unstable work-life linked to future mental health problems in youth - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
A new study has found that a precarious, unstable initiation by young people to working life is associated with poorer future mental health.
Mumbai Woman Gets First Shot Of Covid Vaccine On Her 100th Birthday - NDTVNDTV News
A woman in Mumbai, Maharashtra, received a special gift on her 100th birthday -- her first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mumbai: BJP MP Hema Malini receives first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Cooper Hospital - LokmatLokmat.com
BJP MP Hema Malini on Saturday received her first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at Cooper Hospital, in Mumbai.Prime Minister Narendra Modi had on March 1 kicked off the second phase of the COVID-19 vaccination drive in the country by getting the vaccine shot.India…
Statin users 50% less likely to die from severe COVID-19 - Medical News TodayMedical News Today
New research suggests that people who use statins before hospitalization for COVID-19 were approximately 50% less likely to develop severe COVID-19 and die.
TVS Motor to provide free Covid-19 vaccination to all employees, their immediate family members - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
India Business News: CHENNAI: TVS Motor Company has announced that they had extended free Covid-19 vaccination for all employees and their immediate family members.
Covid-19 antibodies, vaccines less effective against variants: Studies | Delhi NYOOOZ - NYOOOZNYOOOZ
<p>New research indicates that three new, fast-spreading variants of the novel coronavirus (from South Africa, the UK and Brazil) can evade antibodies that work against the original form of the virus that sparked the pandemic. With few exceptio…
Multilayer Masks Most Effective At Preventing Aerosol Generation: Study - NDTVNDTV News
Multilayer masks are most effective at preventing aerosol generation, says a new study conducted by a team led by researchers at Bengaluru-based Indian Institute of Science (IISc).
Antibody 'cocktail' found to block UK, Brazil Covid variants - Social News XYZSocialNews.XYZ
New York, March 6 (SocialNews.XYZ) A monoclonal antibody "cocktail" developed at Vanderbilt University Medical Centre (VUMC) in the US to neutralise the Covid-19 virus is effective against all known strains, or variants, of the virus,... - Social News XYZ
Hema Malini receives COVID-19 vaccine shot in Mumbai - Yahoo India NewsYahoo Entertainment
New Delhi [India], March 6 (ANI): Veteran Bollywood actor and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Hema Malini on Saturday became the latest Indian celebrity to...
15 lakh people vaccinated against Covid-19 on March 5, highest in a day: Health ministry - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
India News: Nearly 15 lakh people were inoculated against coronavirus on March 5, the highest in a day so far, taking the total number of vaccine doses administer
Covid vaccine: What to do if you fall ill just before your coronavirus jab appointment - ExpressExpress
CORONAVIRUS vaccine appointments are coming in thick and fast, reaching more than 21 million people. If you're due your Covid jab, what should you do if you fall ill before your appointment? Find out here.
Vaccines for SARS coronavirus 2 and the new normal in vaccinology - WileyWiley.com
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Rapid diagnostic testing for SARS‐CoV‐2: Validation and comparison of three point‐of‐care antibody tests - WileyWiley.com
With the emergence of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2), a need for diagnostic tests has surfaced. Point‐of‐care (POC) antibody tests can detect immunoglobulin (Ig) G and M...
COVID-19 Over 33K people vaccinated on Sat highest no of daily inoculation so far - THE WEEKTHE WEEK
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Q&A: Dr. Allison Arwady Addresses COVID-19 Vaccine Timeline, Brazilian Variant Identification In Chi - CBS ChicagoGoogle News
COVID-19 Antibodies, Vaccines Less Effective Against Coronavirus Variants: Study - Swachh India NDTVNDTV News
The researchers said there is wide variation in how much antibody a person produces in response to vaccination or natural infection
Coronavirus vaccine: Money worries are holding people back from getting the vaccine - Yahoo FinanceGoogle News
New easy-to-deliver treatment stops replication of COVID-19, flu viruses: Study - Daily ExcelsiorDailyexcelsior.com
WASHINGTON, Mar 5: Researchers have developed a new treatment that appears to stop the reproduction of the viruses which cause COVID-19 and flu, and can
Covid-19 vaccine tourism in Russia, back to Fukushima and Frontex border guards in Greece - FRANCE 24 EnglishGoogle News
Moderna to explore blockchain vaccine traceability with IBM - Ledger InsightsLedger Insights
Yesterday Moderna and IBM said they plan to explore using blockchain, AI, and other technologies for COVID-19 vaccine distribution. The pharmaceutical company is planning a blockchain pilot to provide vaccine traceability so that government and healthcare pro…
Monoclonal antibody "cocktail" blocks COVID-19 variants: Study - EurekAlertEurekAlert
A monoclonal antibody ''cocktail'' developed at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) to neutralize the COVID-19 virus is effective against all known strains, or variants, of the virus, according to a report published in the journal <i>Nature Medicine</…
IISc Bengaluru student death: Students allege discrepancies in institution's statement - The News MinuteThe News Minute
On Thursday, two students of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru died within 24 hours on the campus. While one, Randhir Kumar, died by suicide, the other student Rahul Pratap Singh died after he collapsed while playing football. Though the ins…