Ripe or unripe: Which banana should you eat and when?

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Bananas are one of the best foods to have to not only satiate hunger pangs but also for an instant boost of energy. But did...

Vicky Kaushal does intense weight training after a delicious healthy breakfast

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Actor Vicky Kaushal has lately been sweating it really hard in the gym as he prepares for his upcoming role. From box jumps to horse riding,...

Smile Foundation’s “Health Cannot Wait Campaign” Aims to Provide 1 Million Protective Kits to...

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As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has persisted across India, with devastating effects, Smile Foundation’s ‘Health Cannot Wait’ campaign is helping the country make strides to strengthen public health infrastructure and provide critical care equipment.

HealthTech Startup, Eka.Care raises USD 4.5 mn Seed Funding from Angel and Early-Stage Investors

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Eka.Care, a connected healthcare platform, founded by former Co-Founders of Goibibo, has picked up seed funding of USD 4.5 million from a clutch of leading angel and early-stage investors. The list of angel investors includes Deep Kalra (Founder, MakeMyTrip), Ashish Kashyap (Founder, INDMoney), Rajesh Magow (Co-Founder, MakeMyTrip), Kunal Shah (Founder, Cred), Abhishek Begerhotta (Founder, 314e Corporation), Sujeet Kumar (Co-Founder, Udaan), Gaurav Munjal (Co-founder, Unacademy), Shashank Kumar (Co-Founder, Razorpay), Phanindra Sama (Founder, redBus), Prakash Sangam (CEO, redBus), Anshuman Bapna (Founder, Terra.do), Abhishek Goyal (CEO, Tracxn), Aakrit Vaish (CEO, Haptik), among others.

Bharat Biotech’s partner Ocugen seeks approval for Covaxin in Canada

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Ocugen Inc., Bharat Biotech’s partner for USA and Canada for COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin has initiated a rolling submission to Health Canada for the jab, the US company said in a regulatory filing. The move follows the release by Bharat Biotech of Phase 3 clinical trial results, which demonstrated efficacy and safety in nearly 25,800 adults, it said on Thursday.
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Vitiligo and the stigma associated with it

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Vitiligo is a skin disorder in which white patches appear resulting in the skin losing its original pigment. The condition occurs when melanocytes, which are essentially skin cells that produce melanin, are destroyed by the body’s immune system. Melanin provides the necessary pigmentation of the skin.

Kerala dealt with Nipah, COVID-19 due to admirable efforts of health dept: CM Pinarayi...

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Kerala was able to face the challenges posed by Nipah and COVID-19 due to the admirable efforts of the State public health department, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Saturday. He was speaking at the online inauguration of several projects and schemes, worth Rs 25 crore, which have begun or will begin soon.

COVID-19: Delhi reports 62 cases, 4 deaths

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Delhi recorded 62 coronavirus cases at a positivity rate of 0.09 per cent and four fatalities, according to a health bulletin issued on Wednesday. Sixty-one patients recovered from the infection in the past 24 hours, it said. The total number of fatalities stands at 25,039, while the cumulative case tally has reached 14,35,671.

Covid Can Impact the Eyes : Dr Ram Srikanth Mirlay

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The first case of COVID reported was by an eye doctor in Wuhan China. While...

WHO assessing Covaxin data for EUL; Decision date “to be confirmed”

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The World Health Organisation, which is currently reviewing Bharat Biotech’s application for an Emergency Use Listing (EUL) of its COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin, has said it is assessing the data of the jab.

COVID-19 situation stabilising with positivity rate, daily cases, active cases reducing: Govt

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The COVID-19 positivity rate has declined from 24.83 per cent on May 10 to 12.45...

Pfizer, AstraZeneca vaccine antibody levels may decline after 2-3 months: Lancet study

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Total antibody levels start to wane six weeks after complete immunisation with Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, and can reduce by more than 50 per cent over 10 weeks, according to study published in The Lancet journal.

India faces shortage in healthcare infra, expand reach to manage demand-supply gap: Shyatto Raha, MyHealthcare

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The pandemic has proved to be a defining time for the healthcare sector, with the importance of technology, more specifically the use of digital technology coming to the fore. Hospitals became inundated with patients during the second wave and the sheer gap in the number of doctors and healthcare professionals available as compared to the need clearly highlighted a huge shortfall along with the absence of a patient-care ecosystem. Using digital technologies to enable remote patient care will ease the burden on our healthcare ecosystem and also allow us to be better prepared for the anticipated third wave.

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India records less than 30,000 fresh COVID-19 cases in over three...

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India recorded less than 30,000 fresh COVID-19 cases after 132 days while its active caseload fell below 4,00,000 after 124 days on Tuesday, according to Union health ministry data. India recorded 29,689 new coronavirus infections that pushed its tally of COVID-19 cases to 3,14,40,951 while the death toll climbed to 4,21,382 with 415 daily fatalities, the data updated at 8 am showed.

Coronavirus lockdown and lack of sunlight: How Ayurveda helps in maintaining...

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With everything that is going on all around us, one would assume that dealing with a lack of Vitamin D would hardly seem to be on anyone’s priority list. But over a year of staying indoors and away from the sun has led to a lack of Vitamin D in many.

Pfizer, AstraZeneca vaccine antibody levels may decline after 2-3 months: Lancet...

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Total antibody levels start to wane six weeks after complete immunisation with Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, and can reduce by more than 50 per cent over 10 weeks, according to study published in The Lancet journal.

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