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    COVID antibodies: People of this age group have seven times more antibodies than others - Times of India

    Some vaccines are effective even on variants, while others do not provide much protection.

    The emergence of new coronavirus variants has raised questions about the efficacy of vaccines being administered against the deadly virus. Cases have emerged where even fully vaccinated people have t… [+584 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-07-25T05:30:00Z
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    Novel therapy of pharmacological degradation of AKT might be effective in many cancers - EdexLive

    The study, published in the journal Cancer Discovery, indicates that the therapeutic agent shows high effectiveness in vitro at disrupting a biological pathway that helps cancer survive

    A team of researchers has developed a novel therapy that could be effective for different types of cancers. The study, published in the journal Cancer Discovery, indicates that the therapeutic agent … [+1442 chars]

    Edex Live, 2021-07-25T05:19:00Z
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    Covid-19: Singapore PM assures senior citizens of vaccine safety, urges them to get inoculated - Hindustan Times

    In a video posted on social media on Saturday, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said, “Don’t wait till it’s too late." “Most people your age are already vaccinated, including many of your friends and neighbours. Protect yourself, and your family too,” he added.…

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has assured Singapore's senior citizens that the Covid-19 vaccines are safe and urged them to get the doses, even as the city-state recorded its 37th coronavirus-linked… [+3128 chars]

    PTI, 2021-07-25T04:04:01Z
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    Rise in neurological issues faced by recovered Covid patients: Delhi Private hospital - The New Indian Express

    Doctors at the private facility said the neurological issues among post-Covid patients have seen a 'troubling rise' here.

    NEW DELHI: A private health facility in the national capital on Saturday said it is reporting a rise in neurological issues among post-Covid patients. In the out-patient department (OPD), up to 60 pe… [+1668 chars]

    Express News Service, 2021-07-25T03:33:00Z
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    Beware! Covid-19 is about to bring a new wave of diabetes - OrissaPOST

    While diabetes is known to be a risk factor for severe Covid outcomes, researchers are now observing a new long-term health concern in patients hospitalised with Covid-19 — an increase in new-onset hyperglycemia, or high levels of blood sugar lasting months a…

    While diabetes is known to be a risk factor for severe Covid outcomes, researchers are now observing a new long-term health concern in patients hospitalised with Covid-19 — an increase in new-onset h… [+2294 chars]

    , 2021-07-25T01:30:20Z
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    Study suggests 'good cholesterol' might protect liver - Times of India

    A new study by researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests that one type of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) has a previously unknown role in protecting the liver from injury. This HDL protects the liver by blocking infla…

    Jul 25, 2021, 04:30AM ISTSource: ANIA new study by researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests that one type of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) has a previously… [+653 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T23:00:00Z
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    U.S. Administers 340.4 Mln Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines - CDC ... - Latest Tweet by Reuters - LatestLY

    The latest Tweet by Reuters states, 'U.S. administers 340.4 mln doses of COVID-19 vaccines - CDC ...'

    U.S. administers 340.4 mln doses of COVID-19 vaccines - CDC https://t.co/w3yOUqYTGSpic.twitter.com/UISCkDgNIT— Reuters (@Reuters) July 24, 2021 (SocialLY brings you all the latest breaking news, vir… [+454 chars]

    Team Latestly, 2021-07-24T22:26:19Z
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    Global Covid-19 caseload tops 193.1 mn - The Rahnuma Daily

    Washington, July 24 (IANS) The overall global Covid-19 caseload has topped 193.1 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 4.14 million and vaccinations soared to over 3.78 billion, according to the Johns Hopkins University. In its latest update on S…

    A health care worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine at a new vaccination site in the California Polytechnic State University in Pomona, Los Angeles County, California, the United States, Feb. 5,… [+1383 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T20:47:43Z
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    Post Covid Syndrome - Daily Excelsior

    Dr Arvind Kohli The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 This virus does not seem to behave epidemiologically

    Dr Arvind KohliThe Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 This virus does not seem to behave epidemiologically like influenza virus and continues to resurge… [+8157 chars]

    https://www.facebook.com/dailyexcelsior, 2021-07-24T19:29:15Z
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    What’s more influential for your weight loss between diet and exercise - Times of India

    Diet and exercise are not only an influential factor in deciding your weight but it is even a key player in making the body strong to deal with chronic disorders or slowing the aging process.

    Exercising can help you lose weight in a multitude of ways. Strength training helps you maintain and build muscle mass, which can raise your metabolic rate over time, allowing you to burn more calor… [+703 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-07-24T17:30:00Z
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    Jordan to Vaccinate Children Aged 12 Years and Older Against COVID-19 - Asharq Al-awsat - English

    Jordan will start vaccinating children aged 12 years and older against COVID-19 from Sunday, the state news agency said on Saturday. Children can be given the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine with the approval of a guardian with no prior appointment necessary

    Jordan will start vaccinating children aged 12 years and older against COVID-19 from Sunday, the state news agency said on Saturday. Children can be given the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine with the approv… [+627 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T16:30:05Z
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    Study suggests bone loss, fracture risk in women linked to cognitive decline - Hindustan Times

    A recent study suggests that accelerated bone loss and increased fracture risk in women are linked to cognitive decline. | Health

    The findings of new research suggest that accelerated bone loss and increased fracture risk in women are linked to cognitive decline. The result of the study was published in the 'Journal of Bone an… [+3818 chars]

    ANI, 2021-07-24T15:11:30Z
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    PCOS and acne: All you need to know - The Indian Express

    "Evidences have shown that around 30 per cent of females with PCOS suffer from acne," said Dr Ruchi Srivastava

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS is one of the most common issues affecting women around the world. It is a complex hormonal and reproductive disorder. In addition to its effect on a woman’s reprodu… [+2081 chars]

    Lifestyle Desk, 2021-07-24T14:30:12Z
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    Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBD) infections associated with COVID-19: Study - Times Now

    According to a recent study an increased risk of Guillain-Barre syndrome para infection was seen among patients infected with the COVID-19 virus.

    • Guillain-Barre syndrome is a rare disorder in which the nerves of the body are attacked by the immune system
    • A recent study links Guillain-Barre syndrome para infection wit… [+2420 chars]

      Times Now Digital, 2021-07-24T13:25:01Z
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    Two-Thirds Of Indians Have Developed COVID Antibodies, But Not A Reason To Let Guard Down: ICMR - The Logical Indian

    The latest national serosurvey found that among the unvaccinated population, 62.3 per cent of...

    The latest national seroprevalence survey by the Indian Council of Medical Reserach (ICMR) showed that nearly 68 per cent or two-thirds of Indians have developed antibodies against the coronairus. Ho… [+1916 chars]

    Ratika Rana, 2021-07-24T12:48:49Z
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    UP administers over one million vaccine doses in single day - United News of India

    Lucknow ,Jul 24(UNI) Uttar Pradesh administered as many as 10,06,068 doses in a single day.

    Lucknow ,Jul 24(UNI) Uttar Pradesh administered as many as 10,06,068 doses in a single day. The total number of doses administered have reached 4.38 crore. “We have surpassed our previous best pe… [+749 chars]

    Uniindia News Service, 2021-07-24T12:19:00Z
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    COVID fatality tweeted of '99 problems but a vax ain't one' - New York Daily News

    Stephen Harmon was 34 when he died of COVID complications.

    A California vaccine skeptic said to have so much in front of him has died from COVID. Stephen Harmon, a member of the Hillsong megachurch whereJustin Bieber, Kendall Jenner and Chris Pratt have rep… [+1304 chars]

    Brian Niemietz, 2021-07-24T12:11:00Z
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    Science News | Research Links Vaccine Immune Response to Age - LatestLY

    Get latest articles and stories on Science at LatestLY. Older people appear to have fewer antibodies against the novel coronavirus, suggests a new laboratory study from Oregon Health and Science University.

    Oregon [US], July 24 (ANI): Older people appear to have fewer antibodies against the novel coronavirus, suggests a new laboratory study from Oregon Health and Science University. The study was publi… [+3030 chars]

    ANI, 2021-07-24T11:00:06Z
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    COVID-19 patients in ICUs at a Florida hospital are 'begging' to be vaccinated, nurse says - Business Insider India

    Patients in ICUs at a Florida hospital are begging to be vaccinated, a nurse told CNN. Almost all of the patients in ICUs at the hospital have not yet received

    Patients in intensive care units (ICUs) with COVID-19 at a Florida hospital are "begging" to be vaccinated, a nurse told CNN. The unnamed nurse, who works at the Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonvil… [+2049 chars]

    Joshua Zitser, 2021-07-24T09:45:00Z
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    The Protein Week 2021: Protinex strengthens its commitments to nutrition by establishing the role of protein in improving physical health and Quality-of-Life - Business Wire India

    The Protein Week 2021: Protinex strengthens its commitments to nutrition by establishing the role of protein in improving physical health and Quality-of-Life

    With an aim to sensitize Indian adults on the integral role of protein in improving physical health and hence overall quality of life, Protinex, Indias leading health food brand today announced the f… [+80 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T07:37:20Z
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    More cases of parainfectious GBS in setting of COVID-19 - Big News Network

    A study on Guillain-Barre syndrome GBS conducted to understand the clinical profiles and outcome of GBS in COVID-19 from Maharashtra has shown more cases of p

    By Joymala BagchiNew Delhi [India], July 24 (ANI): A study on Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) conducted to understand the clinical profiles and outcome of GBS in COVID-19 from Maharashtra has shown mor… [+2906 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T07:18:00Z
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    Molecular docking and dynamics study to explore phytochemical ligand molecules against the main protease of SARS-CoV-2 from extensive phytochemical datasets - DocWire News

    Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol. 2021 Jul 23. doi: 10.1080/17512433.2021.1959318. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: The high transmission and

    Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol. 2021 Jul 23. doi: 10.1080/17512433.2021.1959318. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: The high transmission and pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 has led to a pandemic t… [+1256 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T06:00:00Z
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    PM Lee Hsien Loong urges senior citizens not to delay Covid-19 vaccination - The Straits Times

    He said seniors could catch the virus from friends or family.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

    SINGAPORE - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong urged seniors to get the Covid-19 vaccination and not wait until it is too late, addressing about 200,000 seniors aged 60 and above who have yet to receive … [+2456 chars]

    OSMOND CHIA, 2021-07-24T05:21:00Z
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    Study highlights how comprehensive clinical sequencing opens doors to precision medicine - Sify News

    Tennessee [US], July 24 (ANI): During a new study, researchers from St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital demonstrated that in order to capitalize on the lifesaving potential of precision medicine, comprehensive genomic sequencing of all paediatric cancer pati…

    Tennessee [US], July 24 (ANI): During a new study, researchers from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital demonstrated that in order to capitalize on the lifesaving potential of precision medicine, c… [+91 chars]

    ANI, 2021-07-24T04:50:07Z
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    Global COVID-19 Caseload Tops 193.1 Million, Deaths Surge to More Than 4.14 Million: Johns Hopkins - LatestLY

    The overall global Covid-19 caseload has topped 193.1 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 4.14 million and vaccinations soared to over 3.78 billion, according to the Johns Hopkins University.

    Washington, July 24: The overall global Covid-19 caseload has topped 193.1 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 4.14 million and vaccinations soared to over 3.78 billion, according to t… [+1529 chars]

    IANS, 2021-07-24T04:21:22Z
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    Want Another Reason to Take the Jab? Here’s How The Vaccine Affects Long COVID Symptoms - News18

    In the past one and a half years, as we navigated the COVID pandemic, we have all become increasingly conscious about our health and that of our loved ones.

    In the past one and a half years, as we navigated the COVID pandemic, we have all become increasingly conscious about our health and that of our loved ones. We also have many health-related queries a… [+8004 chars]

    Dr Chandrakant Lahariya, 2021-07-24T03:30:00Z
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    Advantages and challenges of intranasal vaccines to fight against COVID-19 infections - News-Medical.Net

    There are many reasons that an intranasal vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 virus would be helpful in the fight against COVID-19 infections, University of Alabama at Birmingham immunologists Fran Lund, Ph.D., and Troy Randall, Ph.D., write in a viewpoint article…

    There are many reasons that an intranasal vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 virus would be helpful in the fight against COVID-19 infections, University of Alabama at Birmingham immunologists Fran Lund, … [+2771 chars]

    , 2021-07-24T00:23:00Z
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    Vaccine Breakthrough Cases Rising With Delta: Here's What That Means - Medscape

    Even though a small percentage of vaccinated people may still be infected with the coronavirus, experts say it's not unexpected and cases are generally mild.

    Editor's note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape's Coronavirus Resource Center. At a recent town hall meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, President Joe Biden was asked about COVID-19 c… [+6372 chars]

    Brenda Goodman, MA, 2021-07-23T22:41:15Z
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    Montana Weekly COVID Update (Friday, July 23) - Health Bollyinside - BollyInside

    The number of people currently hospitalized due to COVID is 75, up12 from last Friday. The cumulative number of hospitalizations in Montana due to the

    Bollyinside.com provides you with the latest breaking news and videos from the global industries. Bollyinside is the place where you get news about Technology (Tech Review, Top Lists, Latest News Upd… [+523 chars]

    , 2021-07-23T21:09:07Z
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    Who is Stephen Harmon and how did he die?... - The US Sun

    A MEMBER of the Hillsong Church who was vocal about his stance against the Covid-19 vaccine lost his battle with the virus. It was announced he had passed away on July 23, 2021. Stephen Harmon Who… [+2319 chars]

    Katrina Schollenberger, 2021-07-23T19:05:00Z
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    UK Warns Of Increased Risk Of Covid Reinfection With Delta Variant - NDTV

    In UK, 3,692 people have been hospitalised with the Delta variant, of whom 2,152 (58.3 per cent) were unvaccinated and 843 (22.8 per cent) were fully vaccinated.

    UK has issued a warning of an increased risk Covid reinfection with Delta variant. (File) London: UK health officials on Friday issued a warning of an increased risk of catching the Delta variant ev… [+1842 chars]

    , 2021-07-23T18:58:25Z
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    Vaccinations slowing spread of COVID-19 cases in Spain : Min... - MENAFN.COM

    Reuters

    MADRID: Spain's vaccine rollout has begun to slow the spread of COVID-19 infections and the country is getting ready for a booster thi

    (MENAFN - The Peninsula) Reuters MADRID: Spain's vaccine rollout has begun to slow the spread of COVID-19 infections and the country is getting ready for a booster third dose, Health Minister Caro… [+1252 chars]

    MENAFN, 2021-07-23T18:01:52Z
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    Global warming may limit spread of dengue fever, says study - The Tribune

    Mosquitoes infected with dengue virus show greater sensitivity to heat, find researchers

    New York, July 23 Global warming could limit the spread of dengue fever but could also affect Wolbachia as a biological control agent, according to new research. Researchers, at the Pennsylvania St… [+2128 chars]

    Tribune India, 2021-07-23T16:42:00Z
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    Hypertension, digestive diseases and diabetes are among the top three most prevalent NCDs - DTNext

    The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), the apex trade association of the country, as part of its 'Illness to Wellness' campaign, today unveiled India's largest primary healthcare survey report on the rising burden of non-communi…

    The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), the apex trade association of the country, as part of its 'Illness to Wellness' campaign, today unveiled India's largest primary … [+4712 chars]

    Mirudhula, 2021-07-23T16:14:39Z
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    Canada and Zimbabwe: Two Very Different Vaccination Campaigns - The Saxon

    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – When Amanda Wood, a mother of three, learned that hundreds of coronavirus vaccines were available to teens in Toronto, one thing

    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – When Amanda Wood, a mother of three, learned that hundreds of coronavirus vaccines were available to teens in Toronto, one thing stopped her from rushing to the vaccination si… [+6884 chars]

    magictr, 2021-07-23T15:59:39Z
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    CDC Panel: J&J COVID Vaccine Benefits Outweigh Risks - WebMD

    The committee discussed slightly higher rates of the rare side effect of Guillain-Barré syndrome after the J&J vaccine, and presented reaffirming evidence of the vaccine's effectiveness against variants.

    Despite recent reports of people contracting Guillain-Barré Syndrome after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, independent experts who advise the CDC on the use of vaccines agree th… [+1953 chars]

    Brenda Goodman, MA, 2021-07-23T14:18:14Z
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    CoronaVac vaccine: its results are patchy, but the world can't ignore its usefulness - The Conversation UK

    With cases increasing worldwide, any vaccine that could stop people from getting ill is highly valuable.

    Chinas vaccine-development system has been busy during the pandemic. Two Chinese vaccines are now being used around the world: the Sinopharm vaccine and the CoronaVac vaccine. The latter, developed… [+6104 chars]

    Michael Head, 2021-07-23T13:45:59Z
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    EMA adds Guillain-Barre Syndrome to Johnson & Johnson jab side-effects - CGTN

    Guillain-Barre Syndrome is a neurological disorder that causes muscle weakness, numbness, and pain.

    The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have added Guillain-Barre Syndrome as a possible rare side effect of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-… [+1655 chars]

    , 2021-07-23T12:42:55Z
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    'Super-seeding' drove UK spread of Alpha variant, study shows - NewsBytes

    The spread of the Alpha variant of SARS-CoV-2 through Britain last autumn was driven by large numbers of infected people carrying the variant through the country, according to a large study

    The rapid spread of the Alpha variant of SARS-CoV-2 through Britain last autumn was driven by large numbers of infected people exporting the variant to multiple parts of the country, according to a l… [+1969 chars]

    Nikita Gupta (Sourced from PTI), 2021-07-23T12:34:16Z
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    "Washington University in St. Louis: ‘Good cholesterol’ may protect liver - India Education Diary

    The body’s so-called good cholesterol may be even better than we realize. New research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests that one type of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) has a previously unknown role in protecting the

    The bodys so-called good cholesterol may be even better than we realize. New research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests that one type of high-density lipoprotein (HD… [+6692 chars]

    iednewsdesk, 2021-07-23T12:27:33Z
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    Four sexually transmitted diseases that can lead to infertility - The Indian Express

    If a person has STDs, it is essential they complete the course of medication so as to not get reinfected. It is advisable to not indulge in any sexual activity until then, a doctor advises

    When it comes to health and well-being, there is no such thing as being ‘too cautious’. In the pandemic, people have started to understand reproductive health better. Sexually transmitted diseases (S… [+3178 chars]

    Lifestyle Desk, 2021-07-23T12:20:16Z
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    Tips To Keep Your Children Away From Monsoon Diseases - Pragativadi

    New Delhi: Monsoons not only bring the fun with them, but they also bring several diseases along with the rainy season. In order to take care of our children during the rainy season, we have to make our homes ready for the monsoon. Children usually h

    New Delhi: Monsoons not only bring the fun with them, but they also bring several diseases along with the rainy season. In order to take care of our children during the rainy season, we have to make … [+2275 chars]

    PragativadiNews, 2021-07-23T11:59:40Z
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    Covid: 50% rise in young patients with eating disorders in UK - Sify

    London, July 23 (IANS) There has been a significant rise in the number of young people -- under 20 -- being hospitalised for eating disorders in England as a result of the Covid pandemic, the media reported.

    London, July 23 (IANS) There has been a significant rise in the number of young people -- under 20 -- being hospitalised for eating disorders in England as a result of the Covid pandemic, the media r… [+1984 chars]

    IANS, 2021-07-23T11:50:36Z
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    Revealed: Inequalities persist in HIV prevention, child treatment services - indiablooms

    New York: Nearly half of the 1.7 million children worldwide living with HIV were not on treatment last year, the UN programme leading the global fight against HIV and AIDS, UNAIDS, said in a report released together with partners.

    New York: Nearly half of the 1.7 million children worldwide living with HIV were not on treatment last year, the UN programme leading the global fight against HIV and AIDS, UNAIDS, said in a report r… [+4322 chars]

    Indiablooms, 2021-07-23T11:49:50Z
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    Team Europe to deliver 200 million vaccines to low and middle-income countries - Open Access Government

    ‘Team Europe' to share more than 200 million COVID-19 vaccines with low and middle-income countries by the end of 2021, President von der Leyen announces

    Back in May (2021) President von der Leyen announced that Team Europe’ would share at least 100 million COVID-19 vaccines with low and middle-income countries by the end of 2021. COVAX They are now… [+734 chars]

    , 2021-07-23T11:33:51Z
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    Malnutrition may increase risk of Covid severity: Study - DTNext

    Adults and children with Covid-19 who have a history of malnutrition may have an increased likelihood of death and the need for mechanical ventilation, according to a study.

    Adults and children with Covid-19 who have a history of malnutrition may have an increased likelihood of death and the need for mechanical ventilation, according to a study. New York:Malnutrition ha… [+2134 chars]

    Mirudhula, 2021-07-23T11:23:43Z
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    Long COVID poses a subtle workplace crisis as sufferers say they're working longer hours and feel more stressed - Business Insider India

    Self-reported long COVID sufferers say they are working longer hours than before the pandemic. They also feel more anxious and have poorer mental health than

    Long COVID may pose a workplace crisis, as new data offers a snapshot into how sufferers feel the impact on their working lives. Those self reporting symptoms of long COVID say they are working long… [+2474 chars]

    Stephen Jones, 2021-07-23T10:26:00Z
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    Black fungus deaths at 4200 and counting - Hyderus Cyf

    Mucormycosis, or ‘black fungus’, deaths tally at more than 4,200 - underscoring the scourge of a condition which has only exacerbated India’s COVID-19 woe

    Map that shows countries where COVID-associated mucormycosis (CAM) also known as “black fungus” were detected. India is denoted by black shading. The upload is dated May 31st, 2021. Image credit: ori… [+2622 chars]

    Kerean Watts, 2021-07-23T09:54:13Z
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