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    Study reveals cellular 'hotspots' in brain may signify earliest signs of cancer - ANI News

    London [UK], April 15 (ANI): A team of researchers have found small clusters of cells in the brain that identify locations where tumours could become malignant.

    London [UK], April 15 (ANI): A team of researchers have found small clusters of cells in the brain that identify locations where tumours could become malignant.The study led by King's College London … [+2131 chars]

    , 2021-04-15T02:26:14Z
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    Weight loss: 5 ways to burn more calories when you are exercising - Times of India

    You can burn 60 per cent more calories than normal just by doing a simple thing: increasing the workout intensity.

    Whether you are trying to lose weight or just stay fit, you need to exercise to burn calories. As per the universal rule of exercising, the more you move, the more calories you burn, which helps to r… [+510 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-04-15T01:30:00Z
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    How China Passed Up a Vaccine Opportunity and Fell Behind - BloombergQuint

    How China Passed Up a Vaccine Opportunity and Fell Behind

    (Bloomberg) -- The call came early in the Covid-19 pandemic. Drew Weissman, an infectious diseases professor at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert in messenger RNA, received a query from a … [+7972 chars]

    Bruce Einhorn, 2021-04-15T00:57:14Z
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    Clinical trials on Indias first mRNA Covid-19 vaccine to begin soon - Business Standard

    Gennova's Covid vaccine candidate HGCO19 would remain stable at 2 to 8 degree Celsius temperature

    Business Standard has always strived hard to provide up-to-date information and commentary on developments that are of interest to you and have wider political and economic implications for the count… [+1029 chars]

    Sohini Das, 2021-04-15T00:40:00Z
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    What the coronavirus variants mean for testing - Deccan Herald

    In January 2020, just weeks after the first Covid-19 cases emerged in China, the full genome of the new coronavirus was published online. Using this genomic sequence, scientists scrambled to design a large assortment of diagnostic tests for the virus.

    In January 2020, just weeks after the first Covid-19 cases emerged in China, the full genome of the new coronavirus was published online. Using this genomic sequence, scientists scrambled to design a… [+8407 chars]

    International New York Times, 2021-04-15T00:27:01Z
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    Clinical features and follow‐up of pediatric patients hospitalized for COVID‐19 - Wiley

    Objective This report summarizes the clinical features and 1‐month follow‐up observations for pediatric patients who were hospitalized with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) in Wuhan Women and Chi...

    1 INTRODUCTION In December 2019, the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARSCoV2) was identified as the pathogen responsible for a series of infections typical of pneumonia in the city… [+33433 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T23:51:47Z
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    Nexus Pharmaceuticals Makes Key Investment to Help COVID-19 Vaccine Effort - PharmiWeb.com

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#AmericanMade--Nexus Pharmaceuticals Inc., a US-based healthcare company and domestic manufacturer, today announced that they transported via a special air freight charter through DB Schenker 82 tons of vaccine filling…

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#AmericanMade--Nexus Pharmaceuticals Inc., a US-based healthcare company and domestic manufacturer, today announced that they transported via a special air fr… [+1779 chars]

    Businesswire, 2021-04-14T22:01:21Z
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    Why are some Covid survivors at risk of blood clot? - Greater Kashmir

    Why are some Covid survivors at risk of blood clot? Greater Kashmir | People who have recovered from Covid-19, especially those with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions, may be at risk of developing blood clots due to a

    People who have recovered from Covid-19, especially those with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions, may be at risk of developing blood clots due to a lingering and overactive immune response, acco… [+2068 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T19:34:51Z
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    ‘India’s double mutant could be considered a variant of concern’ - Hindustan Times

    The double mutation refers to specific changes, among some others, that are denoted by E484Q (glutamate is replaced by glutamine at the 484th spot of the spike protein) and L452R (substitution of leucine with arginine at the 452nd position).

    The so-called double mutation coronavirus found in India can be considered a variant of concern (VOC) because of its significant spread and how some of the mutations are known to behave, Indias princ… [+4886 chars]

    Rhythma Kaul, 2021-04-14T19:29:52Z
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    COVID patients with physical inactivity, less exercise more likely to die: Study - Kashmir Reader

    PARIS: Among COVID patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering nearly 50,000 people who were infected with the virus. People physically inactive for at least two years before the pan…

    PARIS: Among COVID patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering nearly 50,000 people who were infected with the virus.Peopl… [+1876 chars]

    KR Desk, 2021-04-14T19:03:00Z
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    University of Reading: TOXIC GAS IN RAT BRAINS SHOWS POTENTIAL FOR NEW DEMENTIA TREATMENTS - India Education Diary

    A potential treatment for dementia and epilepsy which would reduce the amounts of a toxic gas in the brain has been revealed in a new study using rat brain cells.The research published in Scientific Reports today shows that treatments to reduce level

    A potential treatment for dementia and epilepsy which would reduce the amounts of a toxic gas in the brain has been revealed in a new study using rat brain cells. The research published in Scientifi… [+2726 chars]

    iednewsdesk, 2021-04-14T19:00:28Z
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    COVID-19 vaccines: India needs to rise - Down To Earth Magazine

    Till March-end, China had manufactured the most covid-19 vaccines, followed by the US, India, EU and the UK. The US and the UK have kept all their vaccines for domestic consumption. The EU nations ar… [+4813 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T18:39:42Z
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    Covid-19 update — 10 important facts worth taking note of! - Daily Pioneer

    SARS COV 2 infection leading to the disease called COVID 19, has taken a new Avatar. . This is clearly more infectious, is spreading much too quickly and tends to attack a greater number of people through index cases in comparison to its previous form. This i…

    SARS COV 2 infection leading to the disease called COVID 19, has taken a new Avatar. . This is clearly more infectious, is spreading much too quickly and tends to attack a greater number of people th… [+4092 chars]

    The Pioneer, 2021-04-14T18:32:52Z
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    HEALTH: Sedentary lifestyle increases covid-19 death risk - MENAFN.COM

    Lack of exercise is associated with an increased risk, in the case of Covid-19, of developing a more serious form of the disease and dying as a result of it, according to a study of almost 50,000 patients published this Wednesday.

    (MENAFN - Newsroom Panama) Lack of exercise is associated with an increased risk, in the case of Covid-19, of developing a more serious form of the disease and dying as a result of it, according to a… [+2916 chars]

    MENAFN, 2021-04-14T18:28:24Z
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    Lungs Filled With Plastic: India Among Hotspots For Microplastic Pollution 'Spiralling Around Globe' | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com - The Weather Channel

    A recent study examined the sources of atmospheric microplastics and found that hotspots for terrestrial microplastic sources and accumulation included India, Europe, Eastern Asia, the Middle East, and the United States. - Articles from The Weather Channel | …

    Take a deep breath. While you might feel clean air passing through your nose, tiny bits of plastic from packaging and soda bottles that we throw away all too often might be hitchhiking to the depth o… [+3939 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T18:15:20Z
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    SARS-CoV-2 Alters Lung Cell Metabolism IIT Kharagpur Research Model Shows - Swachh India NDTV

    According to experts, the new study finds and reports critical aspects of physiology, which are affected by SARS-CoV-2 infection that will enable the discovery of therapeutic targets

    Highlights

    • We have used the gene expression of infected human bronchial cells: Expert
    • We have explored how metabolism works: Researchers
    • The study explores how metabolism is … [+9721 chars]

      , 2021-04-14T17:15:06Z
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    Weight loss story: " I had white rice daily and still lost weight" | The Times of India - Times of India

    31-year-old Ashutosh Ray was bullied often because of his weight and the way he looked. He felt his productivity go down too. It was only when he started his weight loss journey did he realize the true potential of his body and the wonders of good health! Rea…

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-04-14T16:30:00Z
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    How Exercise May Help Protect Against Severe Covid-19 - The New York Times

    People who tended to be sedentary were far more likely to be hospitalized, and to die, from Covid than those who exercised regularly.

    The researchers gathered data, too, about each persons known risk factors for severe Covid, including their age, smoking habits, weight, and any history of cancer, diabetes, organ transplants, kidney… [+3527 chars]

    Gretchen Reynolds, 2021-04-14T15:50:58Z
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    Puducherry sees 476 new coronavirus infections, reports two deaths - Business Standard

    The Union Territory of Puducherry recorded 476 new cases of coronavirus and two deaths in the last 24 hours ending 10 AM on Wednesday.

    The Union Territory of Puducherry recorded 476 new cases of coronavirus and two deaths in the last 24 hours ending 10 AM on Wednesday. With this, the overall tally of infections is 45,449 and of dea… [+2347 chars]

    Press Trust of India, 2021-04-14T14:41:00Z
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    UK study into mixing COVID-19 vaccines to include Novavax, Moderna jabs - ANI News

    London [UK], April 14 (ANI): As the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine has been paused in the United States, the European Union and South Africa, Researchers in Britain investigating the effects of using one coronavirus vaccine for a first…

    ANI | Updated: Apr 14, 2021 20:09 IST London [UK], April 14 (ANI): As the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine has been paused in the United States, the European Union and South Af… [+3164 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T14:39:00Z
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    Coronavirus second wave: 5 simplest ways to boost your immunity - Times of India

    The second wave of coronavirus has wreaked havoc in our lives, once again.

    The second wave of coronavirus has wreaked havoc in our lives, once again. The number of cases are increasing tremendously with each passing day, which makes taking care of our immunity of utmost imp… [+497 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-04-14T14:30:00Z
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    Coronavirus Latest: Beware of these Lesser-known Covid 19 Symptoms - Krishi Jagran

    What are the new symptoms added during the second strain?

    New Covid Symptom As Covid-19 cases continue to increase in the middle of what is being called a second wave of the virus, experts share some lesser-known symptoms that are beginning to show up in m… [+3571 chars]

    Swati Sharma, 2021-04-14T13:51:54Z
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    Study reveals glaucoma may be more than eye pressure issue - Hindustan Times

    A new study conducted in rats shows that chemical known to protect nerve cells also slows glaucoma, the leading cause of irreversible blindness.

    A new study conducted in rats shows that chemical known to protect nerve cells also slows glaucoma, the leading cause of irreversible blindness. Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine… [+4077 chars]

    ANI, 2021-04-14T13:43:07Z
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    Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine: France will continue using it for people aged above 55 yrs - Mint

    Amid concern over rare blood clot issues, the United States and South Africa suspended Johnson & Johnson single-dose COVID-19 vaccine

    France on Wednesday said that it is is sticking to its plan to give over-55s the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, news agency Reuters reported. Amid concern over rare blood clot issues, the… [+2340 chars]

    Staff Writer, 2021-04-14T13:32:30Z
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    Processed meats, sugary drinks linked to gut inflammation - Daijiworld.com

    London, Apr 14 (IANS): Love to eat processed meats, french fries, mayonnaise and drink alcohol and soft drinks? Regular intake of these foods can boost gut inflammation, and increase the risk of conditions ranging from diabetes, arthritis and heart disease, a…

    London, Apr 14 (IANS): Love to eat processed meats, french fries, mayonnaise and drink alcohol and soft drinks? Regular intake of these foods can boost gut inflammation, and increase the risk of cond… [+2182 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T13:19:45Z
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    Touching the surface will not get you COVID, says CDC guidelines - Zee News

    It has been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit our lives and made us obsessed with sanitizers. Each one of us now carries a bottle of sanitizer everytime we step out of the house. Public spaces like malls, cinema halls and cafes also boast of re…

    New Delhi: It has been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit our lives and made us obsessed with sanitizers. Each one of us now carries a bottle of sanitizer everytime we step out of the h… [+984 chars]

    Zee Media Bureau, 2021-04-14T12:54:44Z
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    Inactivity increases risk of COVID-19 death, study suggests - Fox News

    A recent study of nearly 50,000 coronavirus patients found that those who were consistently inactive were at greater risk of death due to the virus than those who engaged in exercise.

    A recent study of nearly 50,000 coronavirus patients found that those who were consistently inactive were at greater risk of death due to the virus than those who engaged in exercise. The study, whic… [+2576 chars]

    Alexandria Hein, 2021-04-14T12:46:36Z
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    Coronavirus Second Wave: What are the new symptoms? | Watch Video - India.com

    Coronavirus New Symptoms: Day by day, the scientists are learning more about the different new symptoms of this deadly virus infection with the hopes of eventually being able to treat it. In this video we’re explaining the new symptoms of Covid-19.

    Home > Video Gallery Updated: April 14, 2021 6:07 PM IST By Toshi TiwariEmail Edited by Toshi TiwariEmail Coronavirus Second Wave New Symptoms: It has been more than a year since the deadly c… [+2194 chars]

    Toshi Tiwari, 2021-04-14T12:30:30Z
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    People who exercise regularly have best chance to beat Covid - The Tribune

    The results showed that inactivity is strongly associated with poor Covid-19 outcomes

    New Delhi, April 14 Regular exercise or a 30-minute brisk walk in the neighbourhood park or in your society five days a week while following the social distancing norms can improve your chances of b… [+2200 chars]

    Tribune India, 2021-04-14T11:44:00Z
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    Czech Republic: Obesity is big factor in fight against COVID-19 - The Indian Express

    The Czech Republic has among the world's highest COVID-19 deaths per capita. One of the biggest contributing factors? Widespread obesity.

    When it comes to coronavirus deaths per capita, the Czech Republic is among the highest in the world. According to official statistics from the country’s Ministry of Health, almost 28,000 people had … [+4647 chars]

    Deutsche Welle, 2021-04-14T10:40:15Z
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    In the US, Imminent Release of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Fight Dengue - The Wire Science

    Many skeptics of Oxitec's GM mosquitoes say they aren't anti-GMO but disagree with how the approval process has been handled.

    This spring, the biotechnology company Oxitec plans to release genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Florida Keys. Oxitec says its technology will combat dengue fever, a potentially life-threat… [+14960 chars]

    Taylor White, 2021-04-14T10:29:56Z
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    Chronic Kidney Disease: The reality by Dr LH Hiranandani Hospital - ANI News

    Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], April 14 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Chronic kidney disease is characterized by a gradual and cumulative loss of kidney function over many years. This disease frequently goes unnoticed and undiagnosed until the condition has progre…

    ANI | Updated: Apr 14, 2021 15:54 IST Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], April 14 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Chronic kidney disease is characterized by a gradual and cumulative loss of kidney function ove… [+2994 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T10:24:00Z
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    Why are some Covid-19 survivors at risk of blood clot? - Sify News

    Singapore, April 14 (IANS) People who have recovered from Covid-19, especially those with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions, may be at risk of developing blood clots due to a lingering and overactive immune response, according to a study.

    Singapore, April 14 (IANS) People who have recovered from Covid-19, especially those with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions, may be at risk of developing blood clots due to a lingering and overa… [+2121 chars]

    IANS, 2021-04-14T09:50:09Z
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    COVID-19 Prevention Campaigns Must Shift Focus To Promote Compliance - The Wire Science

    Social proof, is relevant in this context. It refers to the innate human nature to copy what others are doing, especially in uncertain situations.

    People wait in a line to enter the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus railway station in Mumbai, April 12, 2021. Photo: Reuters/Niharika Kulkarni Most campaigns on COVID-19-appropriate behaviour carry three pi… [+4590 chars]

    Smeeta Mishra, 2021-04-14T09:29:41Z
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    Chronic Kidney Disease: The Reality by Dr. LH Hiranandani Hospital - Business Wire India

    Chronic Kidney Disease: The Reality by Dr. L H Hiranandani Hospital

    Mumbai, Maharashtra, India:  Chronic kidney disease is characterized by a gradual and cumulative loss of kidney function over many years. This disease frequently goes unnoticed and undiagnosed unti… [+2362 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T09:02:41Z
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    Beware the 'last mile, first smile' near the end of the pandemic - STAT - STAT

    Transitioning medical teams to the "last mile" of Covid-19 needs to be performed with the precision of a delicate surgical procedure.

    Fatigue, distracted attention, and the sense that a crisis will soon be over contribute to bad judgment, last-minute accidents, and preventable deaths. This last mile, first smile phenomenon happens … [+4985 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T08:44:37Z
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    Lack of exercise linked to severe symptoms, higher risk of death among COVID patients - Higher risk of death - Economic Times

    Around half had no underlying illnesses, such as diabetes, chronic lung conditions, heart or kidney disease, or cancer. Nearly 20 percent had one, and more than 30 percent had two or more. All of the patients had reported their level of regular physical activ…

    Updated: 14 Apr 2021, 02:05 PM IST According to a report by AFP, among covid patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering … [+2488 chars]

    Getty Images, 2021-04-14T08:30:00Z
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    Are you active? Coronavirus patients witsh sedentary habits more likely to die, says study - WION

    Among Covid patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering nearly 50,000 people who were infected with the virus.

    Among Covid patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering nearly 50,000 people who were infected with the virus. People phy… [+2675 chars]

    WION Web Team, 2021-04-14T08:19:04Z
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    Coconut water: Everything you need to know about the healthy summer drink and the right time to consume i - Times of India

    Coconut water is no less than nectar. It is one of the best drinks to fight the summer heat as it provides you with

    Coconut water is no less than nectar. It is one of the best drinks to fight the summer heat as it provides you with instant energy and helps maintain the electrolyte balance in the body. The drink is… [+3631 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-04-14T08:07:00Z
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    Masks, social distancing by 60 per cent people may curb COVID-19 spread: Study - India TV News

    Coronavirus, Coronavirus study, Coronavirus prevention, Coronavirus prediction, Coronavirus second wave, Coronavirus remedy, Coronavirus symptoms, Coronavirus cure, Coronavirus treatment, Coronavirus injection, Coronavirus medicine, covid19 study, covid19 pre…

    Image Source : APMasks, social distancing by 60 per cent people may curb COVID-19 spread: Study Coronavirus' viral outbreaks can be prevented if at least 60 per cent of people start wearing masks, a… [+1803 chars]

    IANS, 2021-04-14T07:51:45Z
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    Researchers Using Mutant Mosquitoes To End Malaria, Which Kills 4 Lakh Per Year - India Times

    Every year, more than 22 crore people get infected with malaria and more than 4 lakh die because of it. In fact, in 2019, nearly half of the world's population was at risk of malaria. According to WHO, infants or children aged under 5 years are the most vulne…

    Every year, more than 22 crore people get infected with malaria and more than 4 lakh die because of it. In fact, in 2019, nearly half of the world's population was at risk of malaria. According to WH… [+3583 chars]

    Mayank Mohanti, 2021-04-14T07:30:48Z
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    COVID-19 can persist in dust for a month: Study - The Statesman

    Researchers from the Ohio State University in the US, worked with the crews responsible for cleaning the rooms at the university where students who tested positive for Covid-19 were isolated.

    Some genetic material of the coronavirus can persist up to a month in dust in the rooms where Covid-19 patients were isolated, finds a study. The study, published in the journal mSystems, did not ev… [+1658 chars]

    IANS, 2021-04-14T07:06:47Z
  • COVID-19 virus can sustain itself for up to a month in dust: Study - WION

    A new study claims that COVID-19 can sustain itself for up to a month in dust. The virus’ RNA, which constitutes the genetic material, was found to be lingering in rooms where coronavirus patients were isolated.

    A new study claims that COVID-19 can sustain itself for up to a month in dust. The virus RNA, which constitutes the genetic material, was found to be lingering in rooms where coronavirus patients wer… [+1709 chars]

    WION Web Team, 2021-04-14T06:22:14Z
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    Covid-19 virus can persist in dust for a month: Study - India TV News

    Some genetic material of the coronavirus can persist up to a month in dust in the rooms where Covid-19 patients were isolated, finds a study. The study, published in the journal mSystems, did not evaluate whether the dust can transmit the virus to humans. But…

    Image Source : PIXABAYCovid-19 virus can persist in dust for a month: Study Some genetic material of the coronavirus can persist up to a month in dust in the rooms where Covid-19 patients were isola… [+1817 chars]

    IANS, 2021-04-14T06:15:09Z
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    COVID can persist in dust for a month: Study - National Herald

    Some genetic material of the coronavirus can persist up to a month in dust in the rooms where COVID-19 patients were isolated, finds a study

    Some genetic material of the coronavirus can persist up to a month in dust in the rooms where Covid-19 patients were isolated, finds a study. The study, published in the journal mSystems, did not ev… [+381 chars]

    IANS, 2021-04-14T05:53:46Z
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    COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: Govt must take cue from global examples, roll out targeted information campaigns - Firstpost

    Vaccine hesitancy has been compounded by the ongoing experience of surviving in the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated uncertainty

    Vaccine hesitancy has been compounded by the ongoing experience of surviving in the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated uncertainty With the second wave of COVID-19 looming large in India, it is … [+6078 chars]

    , 2021-04-14T05:00:32Z
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    Here's why some people are unable to lose weight despite dieting - Free Press Journal

    New research shows that people who experience big dips in blood sugar levels, several hours after eating, end up feeling hungrier and consuming hundreds of more calories during the day than others.

    London: New research shows that people who experience big dips in blood sugar levels, several hours after eating, end up feeling hungrier and consuming hundreds of more calories during the day than o… [+2624 chars]

    ANI, 2021-04-14T04:53:08Z
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    More Fun Than Fun: My Favourite Lizard Stories - The Wire Science

    'I have a large collection of lizard stories,' Prof Gadagkar writes. 'These are some of my favourites.'

    Anuradha Batabyal and Maria Thaker in the IISc campus comparing the colours, size and bite marks on the bodies of their respective lizards to settle an argument about which among the two males is fei… [+16925 chars]

    Raghavendra Gadagkar, 2021-04-14T02:29:48Z
  • Brazil reports 3,808 single-day COVID-19 deaths - WION

    Brazil on Tuesday reported 3,808 deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, raising its pandemic death toll to 358,425.According to the Ministry of Health, during the same period, tests detected 82,186 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total infections to 13,5…

    Brazil on Tuesday reported 3,808 deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, raising its pandemic death toll to 358,425. According to the Ministry of Health, during the same period, tests detected 82… [+599 chars]

    WION Web Team, 2021-04-14T02:26:15Z
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    Study shows Covid patients with sedentary habits more likely to die - Malay Mail

    PARIS, April 14 — Among Covid patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering nearly 50,000 people who were infected with the virus. People physically inactive for at least two years bef…

    Among Covid patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death. Cat London/istockphoto.com via AFP Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest updates on … [+2929 chars]

    Malay Mail, 2021-04-13T23:16:06Z
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    Pfizer is ramping up vaccine production and will meet its goal of 300 million doses 2 weeks early, its CEO say - Business Insider India

    Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said on Twitter his company was ramping up COVID-19 vaccine production. Bourla said his company would deliver 220 million doses of

    Pfizer has increased its production of COVID-19 vaccines and will deliver remaining doses to the US faster than expected, CEO Albert Bourla said on Twitter. Bourla said his company would deliver 2… [+456 chars]

    Kelly McLaughlin, 2021-04-13T20:54:00Z
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    Covid Vaccines Are Disease-Modifying, Reduce Chances Of Severe Infection, Mortality: Medical Body Chief - NDTV

    COVID-19 vaccines reduce the chances of developing severe infection and mortality, ICMR Chief Balram Bhargava said on Tuesday.

    After two vaccine doses are administered, the antibodies develop: Balram Bhargava (File) New Delhi: COVID-19 vaccines reduce the chances of developing severe infection and mortality, ICMR Chief Balr… [+972 chars]

    , 2021-04-13T20:22:02Z
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    NTU Singapore study investigates link between COVID-19 and risk of blood clot formation - EurekAlert

    People who have recovered from COVID-19, especially those with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions, may be at risk of developing blood clots due to a lingering and overactive immune response, according to a study led by Nanyang Technological University, Si…

    IMAGE: (from L-R) Assistant Professor Christine Cheung, Research Fellow Dr Wu Kanxing, and Research Assistant Florence Chioh, from NTU Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. view more  Credit: NTU Pe… [+8469 chars]

    , 2021-04-13T14:16:50Z
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    Pfizer to pursue bringing COVID-19 vaccine to India after import relaxation - Economic Times

    We remain committed to continuing our engagement with the government towards making the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine available for use in the government's immunisation program.

    Inc said on Tuesday it would work towards bringing the COVID-19 vaccine it developed with Germany's BioNTech to India after the government eased import rules, after withdrawing its application in Feb… [+332 chars]

    Reuters, 2021-04-13T14:16:00Z
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    Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Stresses On Need For ‘One Health’ Approach - Swachh India NDTV

    Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said COVID-19 is a reminder to the fact that human health cannot be seen in isolation, it is closely connected to the health of animals and our shared environment

    Highlights

    • Dr Harsh Vardhan linked human health with that of animals and environment
    • 73% of 177 infections emerging are zoonotic: Dr Harsh Vardhan
    • Dr Vardhan announced consti… [+8869 chars]

      , 2021-04-13T13:59:46Z
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    UK reaches COVID-19 vaccine goal as 60% adults receive first shot | Daily Sabah - Daily Sabah

    The United Kingdom has reached its goal of giving at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over 50 by the middle of April as it began offering...

    The United Kingdom has reached its goal of giving at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over 50 by the middle of April as it began offering vaccinations to anyone over 45 on Tuesday. How… [+3918 chars]

    ASSOCIATED PRESS, 2021-04-13T13:15:00Z
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    Life after liver transplantation - mid-day.com

    Here are many frequently asked queries that crops and troubles every liver Transplant recipients and their caregivers

    , 2021-04-13T06:57:00Z
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    Coronavirus: What makes India's double mutant COVID variant, B.1.617 so concerning? - Times of India

    Is the double mutant virus, much like the Kent or Brazilian COVID variant, the sole reason for the rise in cases? D

    India's COVID cases are rising in an unprecedented manner. As per reports, the second wave of COVID may be nearing its peak, with an all-time caseload being recorded in recent days. All of this, desp… [+4571 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-04-13T05:48:00Z
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    Coronavirus: New COVID strain and its impact on children; All your questions answered - Times of India

    At a time when children do not have access to COVID vaccines, how can parents keep them safe from the newer virus strains and waves? A leading pediatrician answers

    No two people with COVID may showcase the same symptoms. This could also be true for kids, who, as experts say, show different symptoms than adults. However, with many of the infections related to CO… [+621 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2021-04-13T05:47:23Z
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