Health news 12 Mar, 2021
Childhood development threatened by the pandemic - LivemintLivemint
According to a study, indicators measuring child and adolescent development have all regressed. It is a setback that heralds lasting stigma for an entire generation
MRI scans more precisely define, detect abnormalities in unborn babies: Study - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
Recent research has concentrated on correcting for fetal movement in fetal brain MRI and, more recently, for imaging the fetal heart. However, there is an increasing demand to assess the entire fetus with MRI.
Study suggests that getting sound sleep could heal traumatic brain injuries - EdexLiveEdexLive
According to the study, those who slept poorly had more evidence of enlarged spaces and more post-concussive symptoms
Cancer cells may evade chemotherapy by going dormant, suggests study - LokmatLokmat.com
Cancer cells can dodge chemotherapy by entering a state that bears similarity to certain kinds of senescence, a type of 'active hibernation' that enables them to weather the stress induced by aggressive treatments aimed at destroying them, according to a new …
Coronavirus symptoms: Signs you are suffering from COVID-tongue and how to identify them - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
COVID tongue, the infamous reaction which can change the way your tongue looks is a problem that is being reported by a lot of COVID+ patients.
Brain and nerves affected before the lungs in COVID‐19 - WileyWiley.com
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Seniors in Mecklenburg County can get free one-time home cleaning to prevent COVID-19 spread - WCNCGoogle News
New study says, cancer patients less protected after first Covid vaccine shot - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
A study done in the UK has revealed that cancer patients are not as protected as the rest of the population after they take their first two doses of Covid-19 vaccine shots. However, the study also says that if the shots are given at a gap of less than 12 week…
Dialysis, Type 2 diabetes patients say they're ready to get COVID-19 vaccine as more Ohioans become - WBNS 10TVGoogle News
Why 2 SF Bay Area counties are moving to red tier ahead of schedule - SF GateSFGate
The entire San Francisco Bay Area will be in the red tier beginning Sunday.
Here's every public figure who has gotten a COVID-19 vaccine so far - Good Morning AmericaGoogle News
ADEA Hails Federal Approval for Role of Dentists and Qualified Dental Students in COVID Vaccinations - Press Release - Digital JournalDigital Journal
“During the pandemic, many states granted dentists the authority to administer the vaccine, and President Biden’s decision to expand that authority at the federal level underscores the crucial role that dentists play in safeguarding our nation’s health,” said…
Study uncovers clues to COVID-19 using imaging: A global, multicenter study finds correlation between the severity of COVID-19 in the lungs and brain using CT/MRI scans - Science DailyScience Daily
A visual correlation has been found between the severity of COVID-19 in the lungs using CT scans and the severity of effects on patient's brains, using MRI scans.
Many states allow people with a BMI over 30 to get the COVID vaccine. But for some with obesity, it's not that simple - CBS NewsCBS News
As states expand coronavirus vaccine eligibility to people with obesity, some say fatshaming and fatphobia follow.
Coronavirus | ‘Renal patients at high risk from COVID-19’ - The HinduThe Hindu
March 11 is observed as World Kidney Day
Mumbai: Maha CS asks dist admn to step up corona control measures, vaccination amid rising corona cases - Free Press JournalFree Press Journal
Researchers test artificial intelligence that calculates suicide attempt risk - LokmatLokmat.com
A machine learning algorithm that predicts suicide attempt recently underwent a prospective trial at the institution where it was developed, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.Over the 11 consecutive months concluding in April 2020, predictions ran silently…
In Nevada, Unemployed Workers Wait for Aid That Will Still Not Be Enough - The New York TimesNew York Times
Stimulus checks may be on their way, but those struggling to get by worry that the money will soon be gone. “Every morning I wake up thinking about where my help is going to come from,” one woman said.
Madison County opens vaccine appointments at 3 p.m. 3/12/21 - NewsChannel 9 WSYR SyracuseGoogle News
University of Bristol: Variant B.1.1.7 of COVID-19 associated with a significantly higher mortality rate, research shows - India Education DiaryIndia Education Diary
The highly infectious variant of COVID-19 discovered in Kent, which swept across the UK last year before spreading worldwide, is between 30 and 100 per cent more deadly than previous strains, new analysis has shown.A pivotal study, by epidemiologists
Michigan opens vaccine eligibility to 16+ by April 5; Ford Field to host regional mass vaccination site - Crain's Detroit BusinessCrain's Detroit Business
LANSING — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Friday that all residents age 16 and up will become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 5, nearly a month before the May 1 date pledged Thursday night by President Joe Biden. People age 16-49 with c…
Health: Doctors more likely to mistake heart attack symptoms for stress or anxiety in WOMEN than men - Daily MailDaily Mail
Researchers from Spain analysed the treatment of 41,828 patients who were admitted to hospital with chest pain and compared the treatment they received.
Is the coronavirus here to stay? - India TodayIndia Today
Even as vaccination drives across the world pick up speed, it is unclear whether we will ever live in a coronavirus-free world. But it may not be as bad as it sounds.
Signs of iron deficiency: 5 signs that your iron level is low and when to see a doctor - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
Iron deficiency anaemia is common among pregnant and menstruating women due to blood loss during the period.
Adding Omega-3 based medication to statins may lower stroke risk, finds study - Medical DialoguesMedical Dialogues
DALLAS - Taking the triglyceride-lowering medication icosapent ethyl cut the risk of stroke by an...
Perform Colorectal cancer screening early at 45 in people at average-risk: ACG Guideline - Medical DialoguesMedical Dialogues
USA: The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) has released an updated version of 2009...
COVID-19 vaccines for zoo animals have no impact on human shot distribution - KENS 5: Your San Antonio News SourceGoogle News
Stroke survivors more likely to attempt suicide: Study - Hindustan TimesHindustan Times
A new research has found that stroke survivors may be more likely to attempt or die by suicide than people who have not had a stroke.
Sify.com News Columns Mental health crisis, the next pandemic - Sify NewsSify News
<p>As the vaccine outreach slowly brings more people to clinics, seeking some sort of protection against Covid-19, we must look back on a year that has been unprecedented in most of our lives and assess how it may have impacted our mental health.</p>
Novel tool can add or remove sugar from proteins - News-Medical.NetNews-Medical.Net
Sugar has been called "evil," "toxic," and "poison." But the body needs sugars, too. Sugar molecules help cells recognize and fight viruses and bacteria, shuttle proteins from cell to cell, and make sure those proteins function.
Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines May Greatly Reduce Risk of Asymptomatic Covid Infection: Study - News18News18
Patients without COVID-19 symptoms are far less likely to test positive, and unknowingly spread COVID-19 ten days after receiving a second dose of a messenger RNA vaccine, compared to those who have not been vaccinated, a study says.
Pfizer, Moderna vaccines may greatly reduce risk of asymptomatic Covid-19 infection, study says - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
Science News: WASHINGTON: Patients without Covid-19 symptoms are far less likely to test positive, and unknowingly spread Covid-19 ten days after receiving a second.
Lower stress levels lead to lesser consumption of fast food - Daily ExcelsiorDailyexcelsior.com
WASHINGTON: The findings of a recent study suggested that overweight low-income mothers of younger kids, after participating in a study, ate lesser
Progesterone imbalance causes preterm birth, prolonged labour - ZEE5 NewsZee5.com
Washington [US], March 12 (ANI): A recent study conducted by the National Institutes of Health discovered that some pregnant women experience preterm labour or prolonged labour due to unbalanced progesterone signals.
DSHS: Texas to receive fewer first doses of COVID-19 vaccine next week, expects 800K total doses - KXANGoogle News
Once-healthy COVID 'longhauler' still has symptoms as Alabama hits first case milestone - WKRGGoogle News
World Glaucoma Day 2021: An ophthalmologist debunks some common myths - The Indian ExpressThe Indian Express
On World Glaucoma Day 2021, let us demystify some of the common myths, courtesy Dr Smriti Jain, opthalmologist, Practo
Healthy plant-based diet linked with lower stroke risk: Study - Bangalore MirrorThe Times of India
While there has been a lot of hullabaloo around adapting to a plant-based diet for several health benefi ts, a new study has highlighted that eating a healthy, plant-based diet
Las Vegas casino, hospitality workers can get vaccinations - Las Vegas SunLasvegassun.com
Workers in the key Las Vegas restaurant, hospitality and casino sectors were told Thursday they can get a coronavirus vaccination. State COVID-19 response ...
Motorcycling-Qatar offers COVID-19 vaccinations to all in MotoGP - DevdiscourseDevdiscourse
Qatar has offered COVID-19 vaccinations to all members of the MotoGP paddock attending pre-season testing and opening races there, the sport announced on Thursday. Formula One teams have also been offered vaccinations by Bahrain, which hosts pre-season testi…
12 natural ways to cure eye-related problems - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
Your eyes may hurt due to several reasons like eye strain, allergens, contact lens or excessive screen time. These
EU Covid certificates to combine data on vaccination, recovery, tests - Cyprus MailCyprus Mail
The European Union’s executive will propose next week that new COVID-19 certificates combine information on vaccination, recovery from the sickness and test results to avoid discrimination between citizens, a senior…
1 year on, prevention norms key to stem COVID-19 spread: Expert - National HeraldNational Herald
One year after the first case of COVID-19 was detected in Maharashtra, use of masks, physical distancing, hand hygiene and vaccination remain the key tools to contain spread, says an expert
Study shows influence of graphene nanoparticles on neurons - ANI NewsANI News
Washington [US], March 11 (ANI): A new study shows that nanomaterials act on excitatory synapses, which interferes with the development of anxiety-related behaviours in vertebrates.
“With 12 Million Known and Over 90% Undiagnosed Cases, India May House World's Largest Number of Glaucoma Patients”: Expert - Punekar NewsPunekarnews.in
Hyderabad, March 11, 2021: “India can easily be the world’s capital of glaucoma, a group of eye disorders that leads to irreversible blindness, with the disease affecting 12 million people, and remaining undiagnosed in over 90% of the cases. Increasing popula…
Weight loss story: "Ragi chips and cauliflower rice helped me beat PCOS and lose weight!" | The Times of India - Times of IndiaThe Times of India
When 34-year-old Zalak Modi was told that her PCOS was getting worse, she realized losing weight was the only way to correct her health and lead a pill-free life. She followed a good diet plan which involved the goodness of ghar-ka-khaana and regular workout!…
US: Tabloids report 39-year-old woman dies 4 days after second Moderna vaccine shot - indiabloomsIndiablooms.com
Washington/Sputnik: A 39-year-old woman with no known preexisting conditions passed away four days after receiving the second shot of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine in the US state of Utah, tabloids reported on Thursday.
New study links pollen to COVID-19 infections - SHINESHINE
High concentrations of airborne pollen contribute to the rise of COVID-19 infection rate by hinderin
UK Variant Of Covid Linked To Higher Mortality Rate - Ommcom NewsOmmcomnews.com
London: The Kent variant of Covid-19 -- B.1.1.7 -- that swept across the UK last year before spreading worldwide, is associated with a significantly higher mortality rate, suggests a research.The study, published in the British Medical Journal, indic
Life-threatening allergic reaction to mRNA COVID-19 vaccination is rare, limited study suggests - FirstpostFirstpost
People who got an anaphylactic episode following an mRNA vaccine dose usually had a history of allergy, or a previous instance of anaphylaxis.