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    Diabetes and peanuts: Here is the right way to eat them - Times of India

    Peanuts are not only good for diabetic people, but also good for those suffering from a cardiovascular problem, hig

    Patients suffering from diabetes are generally cautious about the kind of food they eat. Before eating anything, they evaluate its impact on their blood sugar level. Many people who suffer from diabe… [+2050 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2020-09-30T18:30:00Z
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    Covid-19 may affect testosterone levels - Bangalore Mirror

    (This story was first published in The Times of India onSep 30, 2020)

    Bangalore Mirror, 2020-09-30T17:41:00Z
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    CureVac plans global late-stage Covid-19 vaccine trial in fourth quarter - Bangalore Mirror

    CureVac has dosed the first patient with its experimental Covid-19 vaccine in the trial taking place in Peru and Panama and expects data on older adults in the fourth quarter.

    Germany's CureVac NV said on Tuesday it has started a mid-stage study testing its experimental coronavirus vaccine and plans to begin a decisive global trial with about 30,000 volunteers in the f… [+735 chars]

    Bangalore Mirror, 2020-09-30T17:31:00Z
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    Sharp Corporation develops Plasmacluster technology device to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection - Moneycontrol

    The product could be used in hospitals, malls, theatres, offices as well as homes.

    Electronics goods maker Sharp Corporation has developed a device equipped with Plasmacluster technology that it claims has shown, in a research test, ability to reduce the infectious titer of the nov… [+3574 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T14:14:00Z
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    Coronavirus likely to be more lethal as winter approaches: Experts - India TV News

    With Covid-19 set to enter its ninth month in India after the country reported its first confirmed case in Kerala on January 30, there is a likelihood of increased transmission of the novel coronavirus virus during the winter months, health experts warned on …

    Image Source : PTICoronavirus likely to be more lethal as winter approaches, say experts With Covid-19 set to enter its ninth month in India after the country reported its first confirmed case in Ke… [+2772 chars]

    IANS, 2020-09-30T14:02:01Z
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    Surgery: Tool inspired by parasitic wasp's egg-laying organ could operate on tumours and blood clots - Daily Mail

    Researchers from the Netherlands based their prototype on the ovipositor - a long needle-like tube that protrudes from the rear of some wasps.

    An ultra-thin surgical tool designed with inspiration from the egg-laying organ of parasitic wasps could be used to help operate on tumours and blood clots. Researchers from the Netherlands based th… [+4981 chars]

    Ian Randall, 2020-09-30T13:42:57Z
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    Ventilation systems may increase Covid exposure risk in winter, study suggests - Livemint

    Indoor transmission is far more common than outdoor transmission, likely due to increased exposure times and decreased dispersion rates for droplets and aerosols

    Ventilation systems in many buildings, which are designed to keep temperatures comfortable, may increase the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19, particularly during the w… [+4955 chars]

    PTI, 2020-09-30T13:34:16Z
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    Sanofi Pasteur launches DTaP-IPV booster vaccine in India for preschoolers - CNBCTV18

    Sanofi Pasteur India, vaccine unit of pharma firm Sanofi, on Wednesday said it has launched a booster vaccine for preschoolers to protect against four major diseases - diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus and polio. The four-in-one (DTaP-IPV)vaccine named 'Tetraxim…

    Sanofi Pasteur India, vaccine unit of pharma firm Sanofi, on Wednesday said it has launched a booster vaccine for preschoolers to protect against four major diseases - diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus … [+721 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T13:33:25Z
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    Is your headache a sign of COVID-19? Here's how you can tell the difference - Times of India

    Given that headache is also one of the symptoms of COVID-19, it is natural to get worked up with a bout of a throbbing headache.

    Given that headache is also one of the symptoms of COVID-19, it is natural to get worked up with a bout of a throbbing headache. While it may not be one of the most common signs of COVID-19 (dry coug… [+463 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2020-09-30T13:22:58Z
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    Common cold in past may provide protection from Covid-19: Report - Business Standard

    People who have had a bout of seasonal or common cold in the past may get some protection from COVID-19, according to a study which suggests that immunity to the disease is likely to last a long time

    People who have had a bout of seasonal or common cold in the past may get some protection from COVID-19, according to a study which suggests that immunity to the disease is likely to last a long time… [+3873 chars]

    Press Trust of India, 2020-09-30T12:59:00Z
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    Eight dead with coronavirus as hospital outbreak blamed on 'super-spreading event' - Mirror Online

    Eight people have died at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant after a suspected super-spreader event contributed to some of the 82 Covid-19 patients at the Welsh hospital needing care

    A super-spreading event has been blamed for the deaths of eight patients with coronavirus at one hospital. The people have all lost their lives at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant. Six … [+2396 chars]

    Anthony Lewis, Milo Boyd, 2020-09-30T12:58:00Z
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    Playing video games helps stroke recovery - Medical Xpress

    A genius game controller helping stroke patients get back hand and arm movement by playing on the computer is set to start tests in a stroke unit.

    A genius game controller helping stroke patients get back hand and arm movement by playing on the computer is set to start tests in a stroke unit. 1.5 million Brits have a stroke and 70 percent of t… [+3292 chars]

    Hayley Jarvis, 2020-09-30T12:31:48Z
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    Mask guidelines for life during the coronavirus pandemic - The Washington Post

    For many, masks are the new normal. We talked to experts about how to navigate pandemic life in them.

    At this stage in the novel coronavirus pandemic, masks are a fact of life. A majority of states and businesses have mask mandates, and mounting scientific evidence supports wearing them. Below weve c… [+23995 chars]

    Allyson Chiu, 2020-09-30T12:01:59Z
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    UAE: How to finally lose the weight for good - Gulf News

    Experts on the Sirtfood plan, the Mayr Method and Keto. Plus, signs a diet is not for you

    Adele swears by the Sirtfood diet. Image Credit: various Whats it like to not feel tired anymore? Not feel bound within your own body? Not feel like the person in the mirror is a pale reflection o… [+10745 chars]

    Karishma H. Nandkeolyar, 2020-09-30T11:38:05Z
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    Physicists prove time travel is ‘mathematically possible’ - The Independent

    Australian scientists say they have ‘squared the numbers’ of the grandfather paradox

    Scientists in Australia claim to have proved that time travel is theoretically possible after solving a logical paradox. Physicists from the University of Queensland used mathematical modelling to r… [+2288 chars]

    Anthony Cuthbertson, 2020-09-30T11:28:00Z
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    Common low-cost enzyme may potentially treat Covid-19: Study - Deccan Herald

    Catalase, a commonly used low-cost enzyme, holds potential as a therapeutic drug to treat Covid-19 symptoms, and suppress the reproduction of the novel coronavirus inside the body, according to a study. Catalase is produced naturally and used by humans, anima…

    Catalase, a commonly used low-cost enzyme, holds potential as a therapeutic drug to treat Covid-19 symptoms, and suppress the reproduction of the novel coronavirus inside the body, according to a stu… [+2047 chars]

    PTI, 2020-09-30T11:09:33Z
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    Berlin patient: First person cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, dies - BBC News

    Mr Brown, known as the Berlin patient, was cured after a bone marrow transplant to treat leukaemia.

    Image copyrightGetty ImagesImage caption Timothy Ray Brown, also known as the Berlin patient, pictured in 2012 The first person cured of HIV - Timothy Ray Brown - has died from cancer. Mr Brown,… [+3098 chars]

    https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews, 2020-09-30T11:01:19Z
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    Sensex ends 95 points higher in see-saw session - Deccan Herald

    Equity benchmark Sensex ended 95 points higher on Wednesday, tracking gains in index majors HDFC twins, HUL and ITC amid mixed cues from global markets. The 30-share index traded on a volatile note through the day, before ending 94.71 points or 0.25 per cent …

    Equity benchmark Sensex ended 95 points higher on Wednesday, tracking gains in index majors HDFC twins, HUL and ITC amid mixed cues from global markets. The 30-share index traded on a volatile note … [+1268 chars]

    PTI, 2020-09-30T10:58:36Z
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    Coronavirus vaccine will be a way of injecting people with microchips? Don't fall for this Facebook hoax - Times of India

    Billionaire and entrepreneur Elon Musk recently let out a statement saying that neither he nor his family would be

    Billionaire and entrepreneur Elon Musk recently let out a statement saying that neither he nor his family would be taking a COVID vaccine shot. He joins the list of growing disbelievers from the anti… [+2796 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2020-09-30T10:45:00Z
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    Everything to Know About Bubonic Plague As It Spreads Again - News18

    The origin of the plague is traced back to rumours about “Great Pestilence” that was killing people across the trade routes of the near and far East from Europe.

    Bubonic plague, also known as Black death or just plague, was a devastating global epidemic that struck Europe and Asia in the mid-fourteenth century. The origin of the plague is traced back to rum… [+1929 chars]

    Trending Desk, 2020-09-30T10:05:13Z
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    5 Tips To Jump-Start Your Health From A Man Who Reversed His Type 2 Diabetes - mindbodygreen.com

    All it takes is some thoughtful lifestyle adjustments.

    "Three weeks after going whole food, plant-based, my vision came back," Adams says. "Three months later, the A1C went down to 5.7. My cholesterol normalized, blood pressure normalized, my kidney numb… [+832 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T10:04:40Z
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    COVID-19 Control in India: Where are the Public Health Experts? - The Wire Science

    It appears that COVID-19 control has been driven primarily by politicians in power and by bureaucrats.

    Illustration: Satwik Gade for The Wire. India has the second largest number of COVID-19 cases in the world, and the country’s epidemic is still on the rise. Some of the health-related control strate… [+5123 chars]

    Dr Anjana Das, 2020-09-30T09:29:00Z
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    Mask Mouth: A common dental problem that people are reporting due to prolonged use of face mask - Times of India

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    Wearing a mask everywhere you go has become the new normal. Whether it is for going out to buy groceries or medicines in public spaces, we all make sure to put on our masks to reduce the risk of coro… [+2255 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2020-09-30T09:24:00Z
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    Ventilation systems may increase Covid-19 exposure risk in winter, but certain masks may help: Study - Hindustan Times

    Ventilation systems in many buildings, which are designed to keep temperatures comfortable, may increase the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus which causes Covid-19, particularly during the winter season when people prefer to stay indoors, says a new …

    Ventilation systems in many buildings, which are designed to keep temperatures comfortable, may increase the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus which causes Covid-19, particularly during the w… [+4907 chars]

    Press Trust of India | Posted by: Alfea Jamal, 2020-09-30T09:22:00Z
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    Not Weight Loss, Intermittent Fasting May Make You Lose Muscle Mass Instead - NDTV Food

    Every form of dieting should be done in a proper way. One cannot just pick up a diet, without considering the nutritional part of it.

    In a bid to lose weight within a short span, several people around the world often resort to different fad diets. Keto diet, Mediterranean diet, intermittent fasting being the most popular ones in th… [+1541 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T09:13:51Z
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    High blood pressure: This breakfast could lower your blood pressure - Express

    HIGH blood pressure can be brought down from the moment you take your first bite in the morning. Which breakfast option could help you do just that? Find out here.

    Chanel Georgina, 2020-09-30T09:02:33Z
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    Healthy at Heart - Telangana Today

    Leading an unhealthy lifestyle, stress, excessive intake of salt and sugar through can result in high blood pressure which is harmful to the heart.

    New Delhi: This World Heart Day, let’s have a light-hearted conversation about the importance of having a healthy heart and how one should take care of it. Being aware of cardiovascular diseases and … [+3078 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T08:01:40Z
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    Ventilation systems may increase COVID-19 exposure risk in winter study suggests - THE WEEK

    (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from a PTI

    London, Sep 30 (PTI) Ventilation systems in many buildings, which are designed to keep temperatures comfortable, may increase the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19, part… [+4739 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T07:29:10Z
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    Indian Researchers Use Nanomotors As Probes To Sense Cancer Environment - News18

    An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has used a 3D tumour model and magnetically-driven nanomotors to probe the microenvironment of cancer cells. The team consisted of researchers from the Centre for Nano …

    Bengaluru: An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has used a 3D tumour model and magnetically-driven nanomotors to probe the microenvironment of cancer c… [+3949 chars]

    News18, 2020-09-30T07:18:00Z
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    Mental Health: 4 Tips That Can Actually Help You Cope Up With Depression - Doctor NDTV

    Mental health: Improving your eating pattern and lifestyle, not isolating yourself and not shying away from seeking help are some tips for coping up with depression quickly and effectively.

    Coronavirus pandemic, lockdown, job layoffs, pay cuts and a complete and total turn of events this year has resulted in increased incidence of depression, stress and anxiety, especially among young a… [+4225 chars]

    DoctorNDTV, 2020-09-30T06:49:56Z
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    Study supports airborne spread of Covid-19 in indoors - Social News XYZ

    New York, Sep 30 (SocialNews.XYZ) A new research adds to the growing body of evidence that airborne transmission of Covid-19 spreads more quickly in enclosed spaces. Researchers were able to link a community outbreak of... - Social News XYZ

    New York, Sep 30 (SocialNews.XYZ) A new research adds to the growing body of evidence that airborne transmission of Covid-19 spreads more quickly in enclosed spaces. Researchers were able to link a … [+2427 chars]

    , 2020-09-30T06:36:30Z
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    Maharashtra district on alert against spread of Congo Fever - All you need to know about the disease - Times Now

    Awareness about the disease among people, to avoid myths and rumours from floating around is vital. Here is all one needs to know about Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF), or Congo fever.

    • Maharashtra's Palghar district has been put on high alert against Congo fever
    • Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, the risk of infections is even greater
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    Anushree Gupta, 2020-09-30T06:05:00Z
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    Study supports airborne spread of COVID-19 indoors - ZEE5 News

    Washington [US], September 30 (ANI): Findings of a recent study from the University of Georgia support growing evidence for airborne transmission of COVID-19 in enclosed spaces.

    Washington [US], September 30 (ANI): Findings of a recent study from the University of Georgia support growing evidence for airborne transmission of COVID-19 in enclosed spaces.Washington [US], Septe… [+2758 chars]

    ANI, 2020-09-30T05:14:33Z
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    Overactivation of MAIT cells leads to Covid-19 severity: Study - BusinessLine

    The findings will help in better understanding the response of the immune system

    A study, published in Science Immunology, revealed that a type of anti-bacterial T cell, mucosa-associated invariant T cells (MAIT cells), are strongly activated in patients with moderate to severe c… [+2503 chars]

    Prashasti Awasthi, 2020-09-30T04:47:02Z
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    Cat Que virus: All you need to know about the new China’s virus which can trigger a pandemic in India - Times Now

    Indian scientists have warned of another virus from China, Cat Que virus, which has the potential to cause disease in the country.

    • The Cat Que virus was first isolated in 2004 from mosquitoes in northern Vietnam
    • According to the scientists at ICMR, the Cat Que virus is found in pigs and culex mosquito… [+3893 chars]

      Salome Phelamei, 2020-09-30T04:17:00Z
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    Natural therapies for type 2 diabetes: 5 herbs and supplements that can help lower blood sugar levels - Times Now

    Several clinical studies suggest that herbal and natural therapies may help with blood sugar control. Here are some herbs and supplements that may be beneficial for people with diabetes.

    • There is still no known cure for diabetes, but treatment can help manage symptoms and keep the condition under control
    • It is claimed that many herbs and spices can help low… [+5357 chars]

      Salome Phelamei, 2020-09-30T01:22:00Z
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    Oxford To Study Anti-inflammatory Drug Humira As Potential COVID-19 Treatment - News18

    Oxford University said on Wednesday it would study whether the world's bestselling prescription medicine, adalimumab, was an effective treatment for COVID19 patients, the latest effort to repurpose existing drugs as potential coronavirus therapies.

    LONDON: Oxford University said on Wednesday it would study whether the worlds best-selling prescription medicine, adalimumab, was an effective treatment for COVID-19 patients, the latest effort to re… [+1290 chars]

    News18, 2020-09-29T23:24:54Z
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    ‘Be aware of progress in medical care’ - Times of India

    Madurai: On the occasion of World Heart Day on Tuesday, Dr A Mathavan, director of cardiac sciences, Hanna Joseph Hospital, Madurai, has urged heart p.

    टाइम्स न्यूज़ नेटवर्क, 2020-09-29T22:34:00Z
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    Women who have heart attacks receive less extensive care than men, research suggests - CNN

    Women received important medical procedures less often or later than men and are more likely to die in the hospital after experiencing a complication of severe heart attacks, researchers reported Tuesday.

    Lauren Mascarenhas and Andrea Diaz, CNN, 2020-09-29T19:39:00Z
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    Now Threat Of Congo Fever In Maharashtra? Know What Is It & What Are Its Symptoms - ABP Live

    The Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) spreads in humans through ticks. Human-to-human transmission can occur resulting from close contact with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected persons.

    New Delhi: While Maharashtra remains gravely affected by the Covid-19 infection , spread of another disease has put the administration on its toes. Authorities have been alerted about a possible spre… [+1969 chars]

    ABP News Bureau, 2020-09-29T18:14:48Z
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    China’s ‘CatQue Virus’ which can be a pandemic in India: What is this virus? - Hindustan Times

    Scientists at the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) discovered the CQV and have claimed that this specific virus has a potential to cause disease in the country.

    India, which is already fighting the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and is the second worst-hit nation globally, is now facing a threat from another virus known as the Cat Que Virus (CQV), ori… [+1230 chars]

    hindustantimes.com| Edited by: Harshit Sabarwal, 2020-09-29T17:43:00Z
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    9 VCs in Madrid and Barcelona discuss the COVID-19 era and look to the future - TechCrunch

    Spain’s startup ecosystem has two main hubs: Madrid and Barcelona. Most observers place Barcelona first and Madrid second, but the gap appears to close every year. Barcelona has benefitted from attracting expats in search of sun, beach and lifestyle who tend …

    Spain’s startup ecosystem has two main hubs: Madrid and Barcelona. Most observers place Barcelona first and Madrid second, but the gap appears to close every year. Barcelona has benefitted from attr… [+5019 chars]

    Mike Butcher, 2020-09-29T17:36:16Z
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    Weight loss: Lose weight by increasing your 'NEAT' without doing intense exercising - Times of India

    Weight loss isn’t easy and that’s the reason people are always eager to try new tricks and techniques, anything that can help them shed the stubborn weight.

    Increase your daily number of steps We walk while doing daily chores in the house. You can increase the steps by parking your car at the farthest spot, walking to the grocery store and taking your d… [+1942 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2020-09-29T16:30:00Z
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    Strong activation of anti-bacterial cells of immune system linked to severe Covid-19: Study - Hindustan Times

    A type of the immune system’s T cells known to fight against bacterial infections is strongly activated in people with moderate to severe Covid-19.

    A type of the immune system’s T cells known to fight against bacterial infections is strongly activated in people with moderate to severe Covid-19, according to a study which provides a better unders… [+3178 chars]

    Press Trust of India | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta, 2020-09-29T14:55:00Z
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    New smartphone app analyses coronavirus genome in minutes - The Indian Express

    The 'Genopo' app makes genetic material more accessible to remote or under-resourced regions, as well as the hospital bedside.

    By: PTI | Melbourne | September 29, 2020 6:09:37 pm The Genopo app took an average 27 minutes to determine the complete SARS-CoV-2 genome sequence from the raw data, which the researchers say open… [+2144 chars]

    PTI, 2020-09-29T12:39:37Z
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    Vitamin D May Help Coronavirus Patients Recover Faster - Study; 6 Foods To Add To Your Diet - NDTV Food

    Vitamin D against COVID-19: According to the study, enough vitamin D content in the body may lessen the oxygen requirement in patients affected with Coronavirus.

    Vitamin D may help in the treatment of Coronavirus.Vitamin D, the 'sunshine vitamin' is known to help our bodily functions in a number of ways. This nutrient is said to help absorb calcium from the f… [+2339 chars]

    , 2020-09-29T11:58:43Z
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    CDC says everyone should stock up on these 8 coronavirus essentials - BGR

    If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. There are dozens of important coronavirus tips to be found with in the guidelines on the CDC website, but a few are of particul…

    If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission.

    • There are dozens of important coronavirus tips to be foun… [+9419 chars]

      Peter Martin, 2020-09-29T11:58:00Z
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    World Heart Day 2020: Public-private partnerships are key in improving health care access in rural India - Firstpost

    There are multiple challenges that exist in our health care ecosystem that lead to delayed or no treatment for children suffering from Congenital Heart Disease.

    Mangesh Wange and Manish ChokhandreSep 29, 2020 17:17:17 IST In India, one in 100 children suffers from Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) of varying severity. These children need dedicated health care … [+4246 chars]

    , 2020-09-29T11:47:17Z
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    World Animal Protection Launches Report to Increase Awareness on Rabies Elimination - Goa Chronicle

    International animals welfare organisation, World Animal Protection has launched an important report titled "All Eyes on Dogs" which provides the first trajectory with actions needed to eliminate dog

    International animals welfare organisation, World Animal Protection has launched an important report titled “All Eyes on Dogs” which provides the first trajectory with actions needed to eliminate dog… [+3636 chars]

    GC NewsDesk, 2020-09-29T11:34:29Z
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    Coronavirus vaccines: 3 factors that will decide the cost of the vaccine - Times of India

    Most pharma companies, right now, have promised to sell their vaccines as per pandemic pricing, or make it affordab

    As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across India, our waiting time for a vaccine is shrinking with each passing day. With over 4 clinical trials being conducted in India (and two more in the offing),… [+3761 chars]

    TIMESOFINDIA.COM, 2020-09-29T11:24:00Z
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    How Important Is Sex For Women Over 40? Study Reveals The Answer - mindbodygreen.com

    Sex drive through the ages.

    "In contrast to prior literature reporting that the importance of sex decreases as women move through midlife, we found that, for a quarter of women, sex remains highly important to them throughout m… [+528 chars]

    , 2020-09-29T10:26:16Z
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    Nine in ten recovered Covid-19 patients experience side-effect, says study - AlKhaleej Today

    SEOUL, Sept 29 — Nine in ten coronavirus patients reported experiencing side-effects such as fatigue, psychological after-effects and loss of smell and taste after they recovered from the disease, according to a preliminary study by South Korea.......

    Hello and welcome to the details of Nine in ten recovered Covid-19 patients experience side-effect, says study and now with the detailsNevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - The research comes as the global deat… [+2418 chars]

    Malay Mail, 2020-09-29T09:45:08Z
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    Nine in ten recovered COVID-19 patients experience side-effects - study - Reuters

    Nine in ten coronavirus patients reported experiencing side-effects such as fatigue, psychological after-effects and loss of smell and taste after they recovered from the disease, according to a preliminary study by South Korea.

    A medical staff member in protective gear prepares to take samples from a visitor in a car at a 'drive-thru' testing center for the novel coronavirus disease of COVID-19 in Yeungnam University Medica… [+1757 chars]

    Sangmi Cha, 2020-09-29T09:10:00Z
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    Studies shows 230 times higher one year cancer risk if tumor cell clusters are detected in Blood of... - Hindustan Times

    A landmark study published in the American Association of Cancer Research’s prestigious journal ‘Cancer Prevention Research’ has shown that it is possible to identify healthy individuals with higher risk of cancer based on a simple blood draw.

    A landmark study published in the American Association of Cancer Research’s (AACR) prestigious journal ‘Cancer Prevention Research’ has shown that it is possible to identify healthy individuals with … [+2823 chars]

    Press Trust of India | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta, 2020-09-29T08:49:00Z
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    China county declares emergency after 3-year-old diagnosed with Bubonic plague - India Today

    Emergency has been declared in a county in Yunnan province of China after a boy was old diagnosed with Bubonic plague.

    A county in China has declared an emergency after a three-year-old boy was confirmed to be infected by bubonic plague. As per media reports, the three-year-old, from a remote village in Menghai coun… [+1367 chars]

    , 2020-09-29T06:33:45Z
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    Coronavirus warning signs in US ahead of winter - South China Morning Post

    As the seasons turn, there are signs suggesting there will be more deaths and serious illness ahead.

    Published: 2:15pm, 29 Sep, 2020 Updated: 2:14pm, 29 Sep, 2020

    , 2020-09-29T06:15:02Z
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    How Coronavirus Can Spread During Ordinary Conversation; Implications For Social Distancing? - Swarajya

    Can your regular neighborhood chat make you prone to the pandemic?

    In the absence of a vaccine to protect people from Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, minimising the spread of the virus is of utmost importance. In light of this fact, a r… [+3955 chars]

    Swarajya Staff, 2020-09-29T05:42:00Z
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    Never too young: Indians are suffering heart attacks even in their 20s and 30s - The News Minute

    This article is a part of World Heart Week series in association with Kauvery Hospital. When 27-year-old Vinod (name changed for privacy) left for work that morning, he felt tired and anxious but in fine health otherwise. He had been working late into the nig…

    Indians suffer heart attacks 20 years earlier on average than people born in the West.This article is a part of World Heart Week series in association with Kauvery Hospital.  When 27-year-old Vinod … [+5248 chars]

    , 2020-09-29T04:46:48Z
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    Healthy vitamin D levels could reduce COVID-19 complications - News-Medical.Net

    Published in the journal PLOS ONE, the study investigates the link between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels and its effect on adverse clinical outcomes and parameters of immune function and mortality due to COVID-19.

    Previous studies have also shown that certain compounds may provide protective effects against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which has now infected more than 33.27… [+4490 chars]

    , 2020-09-29T01:37:00Z
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    People who regularly use acid reflux drugs are 24% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes - Daily Mail

    A new study from The Seventh Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University found that regular PPI-use was linked to a 24% increased risk of being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

    People who regularly use acid reflux drugs are at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests.   Researchers found that those taking proton pump inhibitors, known by brand … [+3978 chars]

    By Mary Kekatos Senior Health Reporter For Dailymail.com, 2020-09-28T22:34:34Z
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