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    WHO hopes COVID-19 vaccination "underway in every country in next 100 days" - Arirang News

    WHO "100일내 세계 모든 국가에 코로나 백신 공급 희망"The World Health Organization chief has once again urged fairness of access to COVID-19 vaccines, saying he wants to "see v...

    , 2021-01-16T03:38:30Z
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    Scientists develop rapid blood test to identify patients at highest risk of severe Covid-19 - Deccan Herald

    Scientists have developed a rapid blood test that can predict within a day of hospitalisation which patients with Covid-19 are at the highest risk of severe complications or death, an advance that may help identify those who may best benefit from specific inv…

    Scientists have developed a rapid blood test that can predict within a day of hospitalisation which patients with Covid-19 are at the highest risk of severe complications or death, an advance that ma… [+3728 chars]

    PTI, 2021-01-16T03:33:55Z
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    R-Town (Episode 1602) • Graham Briggs and the COVID-19 Vaccine - KSMQ Public Television

    This week on R-Town, Danielle sits with Graham Briggs, Director of Olmsted County Public Health, to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine. Vangie Castro discusses her...

    , 2021-01-16T01:00:06Z
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    Don't let the winter blues get to you - Try these effective winter weight management diet tips - Times Now

    It is time to swat away the winter blues with these extremely effective weight loss diet tips and shape your body, as well as your mental health.

    • People tend to pick up extra weight during the winters due to the increased indoor time
    • Making alterations to the diet is a great way to manage weight in a healthy manner
      Times Now Digital, 2021-01-16T00:45:01Z
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    Teachers wait for Covid vaccines - CNN

    The CDC and Dr. Anthony Fauci say teachers should be prioritized for the coronavirus vaccine along with other essential workers. But with states setting their own rules, man teachers don't know when they will get their shot.

    Bianna Golodryga and Yon Pomrenze, CNN, 2021-01-16T00:09:00Z
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    Mercer County to open COVID-19 vaccination site in Trenton next week, second site to open at community college in West Windsor in a few weeks - - Planet Princeton

    Capital Health will manage the site, which is scheduled to have a soft opening next week.

    Mercer County will open a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton. Capital Health will manage the site, which is scheduled to have a soft opening next week. We are commit… [+3156 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T23:38:00Z
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    Virginia student creates app to create positive mental health - WTVR CBS 6

    Virginia student creates app to create positive mental health

    , 2021-01-15T22:55:34Z
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    Covid-19 vaccination drive to start today, 34 centres shortlisted in U’khand - Times of India

    Dehradun: The health department will start a state-wide drive to administer Covid-19 vaccine from Saturday.

    Ishita Mishra, 2021-01-15T22:44:00Z
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    23 People Die In Norway After Receiving Pfizer Vaccine - Gulte

    Twenty-three people died in Norway, days after getting vaccinated with Pfizer Covid-19 first dose. 13 of them were nursing home patients and they reportedly died due to the side effects of the vaccine. Weak and delicate patients are prone to common reactions …

    Twenty-three people died in Norway, days after getting vaccinated with Pfizer Covid-19 first dose. 13 of them were nursing home patients and they reportedly died due to the side effects of the vaccin… [+799 chars]

    Suman, 2021-01-15T22:14:16Z
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    Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine unsafe: Chinese experts - OrissaPOST

    Beijing: In a piece of disturbing news coming ahead of India beginning its mass vaccination drive from Saturday, Chinese publication Global Times Friday said that health experts in the country have called on Norway and other countries to suspend the use of Pf…

    Beijing: In a piece of disturbing news coming ahead of India beginning its mass vaccination drive from Saturday, Chinese publication Global Times Friday said that health experts in the country have c… [+2558 chars]

    "Post News Network", 2021-01-15T21:27:00Z
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    COVID vaccine linked to 23 deaths in Norway; causes global panic [details] - IBTimes India

    Two Covid-19 vaccines -- Comirnaty, from BioNTec/Pfizer and Moderna -- are being used in Norway. The vaccines have been developed on mRNA technology and have received temporary approval in the EU.

    Govt vows free vaccine for all In disturbing news coming ahead of India beginning its mass vaccination drive from Saturday, Chinese publication Global Times on Friday said that health experts in the… [+2611 chars]

    IBT News Desk, 2021-01-15T20:01:27Z
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    'Covid-19 vaccines not for pregnant, lactating women' - Millennium Post

    New Delhi: As the preparations for vaccine roll-out is almost complete and consignments of vaccine...

    New Delhi: As the preparations for vaccine roll-out is almost complete and consignments of vaccine have reached every state, the Union Health Ministry has directed all states and union territories th… [+2179 chars]

    Team MP, 2021-01-15T19:30:11Z
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    Climate Change Is Harming Children’s Diets Globally, Scientists Warn - EcoWatch

    In an alarming new study, scientists found that climate change is already harming children's diets. It has long been understood that climate change will impact diet and food security globally. But … [+4047 chars]

    Emily Denny, 2021-01-15T18:18:00Z
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    Study: Depression, Stress Could Dampen Efficacy Of Covid-19 Vaccines - DTNext

    Decades of research show that depression, stress, loneliness, and poor health behaviours can weaken the body`s immune system and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines.

    Decades of research show that depression, stress, loneliness, and poor health behaviours can weaken the body`s immune system and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines. Washington:Decades of re… [+4042 chars]

    Mirudhula, 2021-01-15T18:12:30Z
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    'COVID Tongue' May Be A Symptom Of COVID-19. Here's What It Looks Like. - HuffPost

    Experts explain how the coronavirus may affect the inside of your mouth and how to spot the signs.

    Colorful woman lips with stick out tongue on blue halftone textured background More people are presenting with COVID tongues and strange mouth ulcers after coming down with the coronavirus, accordin… [+5878 chars]

    Natasha Hinde, 2021-01-15T16:30:00Z
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    Previous Coronavirus Infection May Confer Immunity for at Least 5 Months - MedicineNet

    Immunity against the new coronavirus can last for at least five months in most people who've been infected, British researchers report.

    FRIDAY, Jan. 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Immunity against the new coronavirus can last for at least five months in most people who've been infected, British researchers report. The Public Health En… [+1481 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T16:05:08Z
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    Man, 33, denies swindling £160 from a 92-year-old woman by giving her a fake coronavirus vaccine - The Sun

    A MAN has today denied swindling £160 from a 92-year-old woman by giving her a fake coronavirus vaccine. David Chambers, 33, allegedly knocked on the door of the pensioner's home claiming he had bee… [+1406 chars]

    Brittany Vonow, 2021-01-15T15:46:00Z
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    Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine results eclipsed due to production delays: Report - Republic World

    According to The New York Times, Johnson & Johnson is facing some unexpected manufacturing delays and may find it difficult to roll out its vaccine in Feb.

    Johnson & Johnson is hoping to release the results of its COVID-19 vaccine trial in the coming weeks, however, even if it turns out to be safe and effective, the company may not be able to produc… [+2663 chars]

    Vishal Tiwari, 2021-01-15T15:21:00Z
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    Artificial Intelligence to map human Intestinal Bacteria - ANI News

    Copenhagen [Denmark], January 15 (ANI): The faculty of health and medical sciences from the University of Copenhagen have developed a ground-breaking technique that can assist to disentangle the secrets of the human intestinal microbes.

    Copenhagen [Denmark], January 15 (ANI): The faculty of health and medical sciences from the University of Copenhagen have developed a ground-breaking technique that can assist to disentangle the secr… [+3609 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T15:10:00Z
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    COVID-19 Vaccines May Have 'Serious Consequences' for Old & Frail, Norway Warns - Sputnik International

    All fatal cases involving the vaccination against coronavirus in Norway reportedly involved people over 80 who whose health was "weak."

    Andrei Dergalin. Sputnik International, 2021-01-15T14:42:00Z
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    Norway Warns of Vaccination Risks for Sick Patients Over 80 - BloombergQuint

    Norway Warns of Vaccination Risks for Sick Patients Over 80

    (Bloomberg) -- Norway said Covid-19 vaccines may be too risky for the very old and terminally ill, the most cautious statement yet from a European health authority as countries assess the real-world … [+3561 chars]

    Lars Erik Taraldsen, Naomi Kresge, 2021-01-15T14:20:43Z
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    Tuberculosis kills as many people each year as COVID-19. It's time we found a better vaccine - Medical Xpress

    In July 1921, a French infant became the first person to receive an experimental vaccine against tuberculosis (TB), after the mother had died from the disease. The vaccine, known as Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG), is the same one still used today.

    In July 1921, a French infant became the first person to receive an experimental vaccine against tuberculosis (TB), after the mother had died from the disease. The vaccine, known as Bacille Calmette-… [+5383 chars]

    Andreas Kupz, 2021-01-15T14:10:01Z
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    Chinese Health Experts Call To Shun Pfizer’s Mrna-Based Covid Vaccine - Ommcom News

    Beijing:  Amid the news of deaths of 23 elderly Norwegian people who received Pfizer's mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccine, Chinese health experts have called on Norway and other countries to suspend the use

    Beijing:  Amid the news of deaths of 23 elderly Norwegian people who received Pfizer’s mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccine, Chinese health experts have called on Norway and other countries to suspend the use… [+1741 chars]

    OMMCOM NEWS, 2021-01-15T13:54:27Z
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    Scientists develop novel vaccine platform that may help prevent future coronavirus pandemics - India TV News

    Scientists have designed a vaccine candidate that induces protection in mice against 'a wide range of related coronaviruses,' an innovation that may help protect against future pandemic-potential viruses that jump from animals to humans.

    Image Source : APA medical worker holding a vaccine and a syringe. Scientists have designed a vaccine candidate that induces protection in mice against "a wide range of related coronaviruses," an in… [+2635 chars]

    India TV News Desk, 2021-01-15T12:11:23Z
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    'COVID tongue' becoming more common coronavirus symptom - Yahoo India News

    Leading scientist warns the government needs to expand the list of coronavirus symptoms so people know they're infected.

    The head of one of the UK's leading coronavirus surveys has said that more symptoms should be added to the official list of COVID symptoms published by the government (PA / Twitter) An increase in c… [+3064 chars]

    Emily Cleary, 2021-01-15T12:07:00Z
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    Chinese health experts call to shun Pfizer's mRNA-based Covid vaccine - Business Insider India

    Beijing, Jan 15 (IANS) Amid the news of deaths of 23 elderly Norwegian people who received Pfizer's mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccine, Chinese health experts have

    Beijing, Jan 15 (IANS) Amid the news of deaths of 23 elderly Norwegian people who received Pfizer's mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccine, Chinese health experts have called on Norway and other countries to su… [+1756 chars]

    Business Insider India, 2021-01-15T11:51:00Z
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    Coronavirus | COVID-19 vaccine not for pregnant and lactating women yet: Health Ministry - The Hindu

    ‘Vaccine-specific contraindications may apply as new information becomes available’

    Pregnant and lactating women have not been a part of any COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial so far and should not receive the COVID-19 vaccine at this time, cautioned the Health Ministry in its note on … [+2913 chars]

    Special Correspondent, 2021-01-15T11:22:23Z
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    PCOS Consequences/Treatment: Here Are Some Natural Ways to Fight PCOS - ANI News

    New Delhi [India], January 15 (ANI/Mediawire): Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), also known as PCOS stands for polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that is characterized by the overproduction of a woman's hormone levels, irregular menstrual periods, and cy…

    ANI | Updated: Jan 15, 2021 16:07 IST New Delhi [India], January 15 (ANI/Mediawire): Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), also known as PCOS stands for polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that is c… [+5339 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T10:37:00Z
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    Diabetes drug ‘Metformin’ reduces Covid-19 mortality risk: Study - BusinessLine

    According to a study carried out by the researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, use of the diabetes drug metformin -- before a diagnosis of Covid-19 -- is associated with a threefold d

    According to a study carried out by the researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, use of the diabetes drug metformin -- before a diagnosis of Covid-19 -- is associated with a threefold … [+2368 chars]

    Prashasti Awasthi, 2021-01-15T10:01:43Z
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    Corona Vaccine, 23 people killed so far after getting Corona vaccine in Norway, questions raised on Pfizer vaccine - Primetime

    A large-scale vaccination campaign is going on against the corona virus epidemic in many countries around the world. After receiving approval for several vaccines, people breathed a sigh of relief aft

    A large-scale vaccination campaign is going on against the corona virus epidemic in many countries around the world. After receiving approval for several vaccines, people breathed a sigh of relief af… [+1958 chars]

    Rahul Preman, 2021-01-15T09:51:00Z
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    LA County sees nearly 2000 Covid-19 deaths in a week - Lokmat

    Los Angeles, Jan 15 Los Angeles County, the most populous in the US, recorded nearly 2,000 Covid-19 deaths in one week as the virus is 'running rampant', local health officials said.The county, home to 10 million residents, on Thursday reported 17,323 new con…

    LA County sees nearly 2,000 Covid-19 deaths in a week Los Angeles, Jan 15 Los Angeles County, the most populous in the US, recorded nearly 2,000 Covid-19 deaths in one week as the virus is "running … [+1472 chars]

    IANS, 2021-01-15T09:47:12Z
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    WHO Following Probe Into '23 Reported Deaths' in Norway After Pfizer Vaccine Injection - Sputnik International

    GENOA (Sputnik) - The World Health Organisation (WHO) is aware that 23 people in Norway died after being vaccinated with the Pfizer/BioNTech jab against coronavirus and...

    , 2021-01-15T09:27:00Z
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    Climate change more than poverty, sanitation cause malnutrition in children says UN research - Firstpost

    Rising carbon pollution has been shown to reduce the levels of these essential micronutrients in many crop staples, including wheat, rice and legumes.

    Agence France-PresseJan 15, 2021 14:46:42 IST Climate change may contribute more to greater child malnutrition and poor diet than traditional causes such as poverty and poor sanitation, according to… [+3198 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T09:16:42Z
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    Covid-19: Face masks could lead to more infection without strict adherence to guidelines - BusinessLine

    Key risk factor driving transmission was the number of daily contacts participants had with other adults and seniors

    A new study suggested that public adherence to mask-wearing could lead to more infection if the caveats are not strictly followed. The study, published in the journal JMIR Public Health and Surveill… [+2178 chars]

    Prashasti Awasthi, 2021-01-15T08:10:17Z
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    Beware! Depression, stress may reduce efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines; read details - OrissaPOST

    New Delhi: Depression, stress and loneliness can weaken the body’s immune system, and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines, including the new COVID-19 preventives that are in development and the early stages of global distribution, scientists say. Acco…

    New Delhi: Depression, stress and loneliness can weaken the body’s immune system, and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines, including the new COVID-19 preventives that are in development and t… [+3047 chars]

    "Post News Network", 2021-01-15T07:20:00Z
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    Study shows why antihistamine drugs fail to control severe itch in eczema patients - News-Medical.Net

    In addition to a skin rash, many eczema sufferers also experience chronic itching, but sometimes that itching can become torturous. Worse, antihistamines -- the standard treatment for itching and allergy -- often don't help.

    In addition to a skin rash, many eczema sufferers also experience chronic itching, but sometimes that itching can become torturous. Worse, antihistamines -- the standard treatment for itching and all… [+4178 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T07:15:00Z
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    Depression, Stress May Reduce Efficacy of Vaccines, Scientists Say - The Wire Science

    According to a report, simple interventions, including exercise and getting a good night's sleep in the 24 hours before vaccination, may maximise the vaccine's initial effectiveness.

    A needle is filled from a phial of Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, Britain December 8, 2020. Photo: Owen Humphreys/Pool via Reuters New Delhi: Depressi… [+3282 chars]

    PTI, 2021-01-15T06:56:00Z
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    How to think about travelling now that Covid vaccines are out - ThePrint

    Here’s what you’ll need to know about travel safety in the months ahead, whether you’ve already gotten your shot or are looking for normalcy somewhere on the horizon.

    Bloomberg: Vaccines are rolling out, slowly but surely, across the world. Does that mean its time to think about traveling yet? The tourism industry would like to say yes. According to the most rece… [+7825 chars]

    Nikki Ekstein, 2021-01-15T06:38:54Z
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    Depression, stress dampen the efficacy of immune system, COVID-19 vaccines, study finds - Firstpost

    Many COVID-19 vaccines already in circulation are up to 95 percent effective, provided other conditions including mental health are met.

    Press Trust of IndiaJan 15, 2021 10:56:55 IST Depression, stress and loneliness can weaken the body's immune system, and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines, including the new COVID-19 preve… [+3222 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T05:26:55Z
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    Ahead Of COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout, Health Ministry Sends Do’s And Don’ts Rulebook To States - Dailyaddaa

    The rollout is all set to cover 3 lakh healthcare workers and in across 3,006 sites across the country.

    Ahead Of COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout, Health Ministry Sends Do’s And Don’ts Rulebook To States New Delhi: Only 1 day left for the biggest rollout of Covid vaccines, the centre recommended the dos and d… [+1664 chars]

    Pravika Pant, 2021-01-15T04:25:32Z
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    New COVID-19 protections for employees - ABC 10 News

    New COVID-19 protections for employees

    , 2021-01-15T04:13:56Z
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    If You Have These Conditions, Your COVID Vaccine May Be Less Effective - msnNOW

    If you have either one of these two common conditions, your COVID vaccine may be less effective, according to a new study.

    If you're eagerly awaiting your chance to get a COVID vaccine, you're not alone. However, a new study suggests that getting vaccinated may not confer the level of protection you'd hoped if you have t… [+2104 chars]

    , 2021-01-15T04:03:00Z
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    Study: COVID-19 infection gives some immunity for at least 5 months | World News | WION News - WION

    People who have had COVID-19 are highly likely to have immunity to it for at least five months but there is evidence that those with antibodies may still be ...

    , 2021-01-15T02:57:13Z
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    Depression, stress can lower efficacy of vaccine - Mint

    Researchers said vaccines are less effective when the immune system is weakened by poor physical and mental health

    Depression, stress, loneliness and poor health can weaken the bodys immune system and lower the efficacy of covid-19 vaccines both under development and in early stages of distribution, a research by… [+2702 chars]

    Neetu Chandra Sharma, 2021-01-15T02:12:33Z
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    Norway Links 13 Deaths to Pfizer Vaccine Side Effects - Sputnik International

    Those reported to have died were all elderly and frail. The Norwegian Medicines Agency urged, therefore, that it should be reconsidered whether to vaccinate the very...

    Those reported to have died were all elderly and frail. The Norwegian Medicines Agency urged, therefore, that it should be reconsidered whether to vaccinate the very weakest, despite claiming that th… [+2974 chars]

    Igor Kuznetsov. Sputnik International, 2021-01-15T02:00:00Z
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    RPT-CORRECTED-Reeling from coronavirus, Asia's poultry farmers battle bird flu outbreak - Reuters

    Asia's chicken farmers are confronting the region's worst bird flu outbreak in years, with the deadly virus affecting farms stretching from Japan to India, roiling some poultry prices and showing no signs of easing.

    (Repeats with no changes in text. This item corrects title of Filip Claes in paragraph 14 to include region.) MUMBAI/TOKYO, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Asias chicken farmers are confronting the regions worst… [+4352 chars]

    Rajendra Jadhav, Yuka Obayashi, 2021-01-15T01:48:00Z
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    Is sunshine the ultimate weight loss secret? - Times of India

    When your skin is exposed to the UV rays, it starts changing cholesterol present in the body to Vitamin D.

    Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that you can get from sunlight, some foods or supplements. When your skin is exposed to the UV rays, it starts changing cholesterol present in the body to Vitamin D… [+588 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-01-15T01:30:00Z
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    Toothbrush Disinfection May Protect Against COVID-19 - Medscape

    Brazilian dentists propose a protocol for toothbrush disinfection as a measure to limit SARS-CoV-2 transmission in communal spaces.

    SARS-CoV-2 can be transmitted, even from asymptomatic individuals, in different ways, including droplets, aerosols and, to a lesser degree, fomites. Now, Brazilian researchers have evaluated the use… [+3565 chars]

    Sabrine Teixeira Grünewald, MD, MSc, 2021-01-15T00:17:12Z
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    The Good News on Cancer - The Wall Street Journal

    Mortality keeps falling, but the pandemic may slow progress.

    Ready for some good news for a change? The American Cancer Society reported this week that cancer mortality declined by a record 2.4% in 2018 and 31% since the 1991 peak. Credit better and earlier di… [+1456 chars]

    The Editorial Board, 2021-01-14T23:30:00Z
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    Pandemic's Mental Health Strain On Kids - Denver7 – The Denver Channel

    Pandemic's Mental Health Strain On Kids

    , 2021-01-14T20:03:18Z
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    Why brain paralyses during sleep News Today | Chennai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ

    REM sleep correlates when we dream. This near-paralysis of muscles while dreaming is called REM-atonia and is lacking in people with REM sleep behaviour disorder. Instead of being still during REM sleep muscles move around often going as far as to stand up an…

    REM sleep correlates when we dream. This near-paralysis of muscles while dreaming is called REM-atonia and is lacking in people with REM sleep behaviour disorder. Instead of being still during REM … [+531 chars]

    NYOOOZ, 2021-01-14T18:30:00Z
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    Weight Loss Diet: 8 popular diets that can help you lose weight - Times of India

    Every individual is different and what works for your friend might not work for you.

    The vegan diet restricts all animal products for ethical, environmental, or health reasons. It is the strictest form of vegetarianism. In this diet, apart from restricting meat, people even abstain f… [+554 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-01-14T18:30:00Z
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    A weak gut microbiome may be linked to more severe COVID-19 - Business Insider India

    Imbalances in gut bacteria could be associated with more severe cases of COVID-19, according to a new hypothesis. Some patients who were hospitalized due to

    Although COVID-19 is often viewed as a respiratory disease because of how it's transmitted, its effects reach far beyond the lungs. Experts believe the coronavirus compromises blood vessels throug… [+5562 chars]

    Andrea Michelson,Gabby Landsverk, 2021-01-14T18:14:00Z
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    No Covid shots for pregnant and lactating women - The Hindu BusinessLine

    Some recipients may develop mild adverse effects

    Pregnant and lactating women among the health care workers will not receive Covid-19 vaccine while the inoculation of active Covid-19 patients. Those who received convalescent plasma therapy and anti… [+1729 chars]

    Our Bureau, 2021-01-14T17:39:52Z
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    COVID-19 infection gives just 5-month immunity: UK study - Free Press Journal

    While the SARS-CoV-2 Immunity and Reinfection EvaluatioN (SIREN) study will continue to assess whether protection may last for longer, its results warn that people who contracted the disease in the f… [+1422 chars]

    Aditi Khanna, 2021-01-14T17:23:00Z
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    Study identifies promising model for human aging - ANI News

    Washington [US], January 14 (ANI): According to the findings of the new study researchers have identified a promising new model in order to study the human aging process.

    ANI | Updated: Jan 14, 2021 22:28 IST Washington [US], January 14 (ANI): According to the findings of the new study researchers have identified a promising new model in order to study the human agin… [+6047 chars]

    , 2021-01-14T16:58:20Z
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    New phototherapy technology developed to eradicate cancer - Health Europa

    Researchers have developed a phototherapy technology that can help to reduce the pain of chemotherapy as well as increase its effectiveness.

    A team of researchers in South Korea, at the Theragnosis Research Center (KU-KIST Graduate School of Converging Science and Technology), have developed a new cancer-targeted phototherapeutic agent th… [+1896 chars]

    , 2021-01-14T16:33:00Z
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    Indians Most Willing To Take COVID-19 Vaccine, Reveals Worldwide Survey - OdishaBytes

    New Delhi: A worldwide survey conducted by Edelman showed that Indians have the highest level of trust in COVID-19 vaccines, with 80 per cent ready to get vaccinated.The survey was conducted across 28 countries between October 19 and November 18, wit

    New Delhi: A worldwide survey conducted by Edelman showed that Indians have the highest level of trust in COVID-19 vaccines, with 80 per cent ready to get vaccinated. The survey was conducted across… [+611 chars]

    OB Bureau, 2021-01-14T15:33:45Z
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    Covid-19 immunity could last for months: New research clarifies previous findings - The Indian Express

    The duration of immunity to Covid-19 has been a subject of research through the pandemic, and studies so far have provided various results. In July last year, a study suggested that immunity might be lost in months

    A new study suggests that the bodys immune response to the novel coronavirus can last for at least eight months after the onset of symptoms from the initial infection. The duration of immunity to Co… [+1933 chars]

    Express News Service, 2021-01-14T14:17:25Z
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    Depression, stress and loneliness may impact Covid vaccines' efficacy: Research - Mint

    The research has highlighted that environmental factors, as well as an individual's genetics and physical and mental health, can weaken the body's immune system.Vaccines work by challenging the immune system, within hours of vaccination there is a general imm…

    Depression, stress, loneliness, and poor health behaviors can weaken the body's immune system and lower the effectiveness of new covid-19 vaccines that are in development and the early stages of glob… [+5391 chars]

    Neetu Chandra Sharma, 2021-01-14T13:28:20Z
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    My COVID Story: I was told I should not be worried as I only have fatigue and no fever - Times of India

    Doctor turned TV actress Roma Arora had resumed shooting and knew her chances of catching COVID. She suddenly exper

    Doctor turned TV actress Roma Arora had resumed shooting and knew her chances of catching COVID. She suddenly experienced fatigue and decided to isolate herself immediately. Having battled COVID, she… [+4220 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-01-14T12:30:00Z
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    Some rural hospitals in Texas have yet to receive a single Covid-19 vaccine dose, hospital group says - CNN

    As Texas shifts its focus to large community vaccination efforts, some frontline health care workers remain unprotected.

    Lauren Mascarenhas, CNN, 2021-01-14T12:25:00Z
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    Vitamin D supplements don't help ward off colds and flus - TheHealthSite

    A new study has escalated the discussion on the role of Vitamin D supplements in lowering the odds of developing respiratory tract infection.

    Vitamin D supplementation has been linked to numerous benefits, from preventing rickets to improving immune function and cardiovascular health. While the function of vitamin D in bone growth and main… [+4064 chars]

    Longjam Dineshwori, 2021-01-14T11:58:00Z
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    COVID-19 infection gives some immunity, but virus can still be spread, study finds - ZAWYA

    Study of healthcare workers shows reinfections are rare

    But experts cautioned that the findings mean people who contracted the disease in the first wave of the pandemic in the early months of 2020 may now be vulnerable to catching it again.They also warne… [+2634 chars]

    Kate Kelland, 2021-01-14T11:04:35Z
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    Depression, stress may reduce efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines, scientists say - Hindustan Times

    Depression, stress may reduce efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines, scientists say

    Depression, stress and loneliness can weaken the bodys immune system, and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines, including the new Covid-19 preventives that are in development and the early sta… [+3030 chars]

    PTI, 2021-01-14T10:47:14Z
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    What should I know about COVID-19 vaccines if I'm pregnant? - The Associated Press

    What should I know about COVID-19 vaccines if I’m pregnant? Vaccination is likely the best way to prevent COVID-19 in pregnancy, when risks for severe illness and death from the virus are...

    What should I know about COVID-19 vaccines if Im pregnant? Vaccination is likely the best way to prevent COVID-19 in pregnancy, when risks for severe illness and death from the virus are higher than… [+1674 chars]

    The Associated Press, 2021-01-14T08:59:10Z
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    Depression and stress could dampen efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines - Medical Xpress

    Decades of research show that depression, stress, loneliness, and poor health behaviors can weaken the body's immune system and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines. A new report accepted for publication in Perspectives on Psychological Science suggest…

    Decades of research show that depression, stress, loneliness, and poor health behaviors can weaken the body's immune system and lower the effectiveness of certain vaccines. A new report accepted for … [+4703 chars]

    Science X staff, 2021-01-14T08:51:41Z
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    New research: More effective ‘nanobodies’ to fight novel coronavirus - The Indian Express

    The researchers at University Hospital Bonn have also combined the nanobodies into potentially particularly effective molecules, which attack different parts of the virus simultaneously.

    An international research team led by the University of Bonn has identified and further developed novel antibody fragments against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. These “nanobodies” are m… [+2315 chars]

    Express News Service, 2021-01-14T08:01:13Z
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    ‘India reports 82 positive cases of new Covid-19 strain’: Health ministry - Hindustan Times

    The Central government created a network of 10 advanced labs across the country last month to step up disease surveillance in the wake of mutations detected in the Sars-Cov-2 virus.

    The total number of cases infected with the new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) strain that was first reported in the United Kingdom, stands at 82 in the country, the Union ministry of health and fami… [+2207 chars]

    Rhythma Kaul, 2021-01-08T14:14:28Z
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