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  • Child Deaths Due to Covid-19 on the Rise in Indonesia By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    CHILD DEATHS DUE TO COVID-19 ON THE RISE IN INDONESIA

    Covid-19 has affected many children who are under 5 years and has also caused the death of hundreds of children in Indonesia. The rise...

    Child
  • Cognition may be Improved by Cutting Down Air Pollution By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    COGNITION MAY BE IMPROVED BY CUTTING DOWN AIR POLLUTION

    Reducing air pollution and fine particulates in the air are associated lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in people along...

    Alzheimer, Pollution
  • Life Expectancy Drops Drastically in the U.S During COVID-19 Pandemic By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    LIFE EXPECTANCY DROPS DRASTICALLY IN THE U.S DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    Life expectancy in the U.S. has been dropped from 78.8 years in 2019 to 77.3 years in 2020 which is the biggest drop since WWII .

    Drop
  • Two Blood Pressure Drugs Have Equal Efficacy, Different Safety Profile By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    TWO BLOOD PRESSURE DRUGS HAVE EQUAL EFFICACY, DIFFERENT SAFETY PROFILE

    Among angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers , ARBs may be less likely to cause medication side...

    Drugs
  • Among Antihypertensive Drugs, Less Popular Drugs Found Safer By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    AMONG ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS, LESS POPULAR DRUGS FOUND SAFER

    Two types of drugs that are recommended as a first treatment for patients with high blood pressure were found equally effective in...

    Drugs
  • World Hepatitis Day 2021: 'Hepatitis Can't Wait' By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    WORLD HEPATITIS DAY 2021: 'HEPATITIS CAN'T WAIT'

    World Hepatitis Day is marked on the 28th of July every year to establish awareness on the impacts and burden of viral hepatitis -...

    Hepatitis
  • Spa Time During Covid-19 Lockdown By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    SPA TIME DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

    Self-care should be a priority, be it pandemic or not. Make sure you set aside time for yourself on a daily basis.

  • Mothers With Active SARS-CoV-2 Infection can Breastfeed Their Babies, Says Union Health Ministry By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    MOTHERS WITH ACTIVE SARS-COV-2 INFECTION CAN BREASTFEED THEIR BABIES, SAYS UNION HEALTH MINISTRY

    Many pregnant women have contracted COVID-19 in the second wave compared to the first wave. Nursing mothers with active SARS-CoV-2...

    Baby, Pregnant
  • Canada Should Foresee Re-emergence of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection, Warn Experts By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    CANADA SHOULD FORESEE RE-EMERGENCE OF RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS INFECTION, WARN EXPERTS

    Canada should anticipate a resurgence of respiratory virus infections among children, say experts. The relaxations in COVID-related...

  • Weight Loss Surgeries Could Give You Some Additional Health Benefits By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    WEIGHT LOSS SURGERIES COULD GIVE YOU SOME ADDITIONAL HEALTH BENEFITS

    Weight loss surgeries carried out to treat type 2 diabetes can give some additional health benefits. Diabetes patients who had these...

    Diabetes
  • Dry Eyes, Digital Screen Strain Cases on the Rise By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    DRY EYES, DIGITAL SCREEN STRAIN CASES ON THE RISE

    During the pandemic time, the cases of dry eyes and digital eye strain have gone up, said a top official of Dr. Agarwal's Eye Hospital.

    Hospital, Eye
  • Global Prevalence of Migraine: New Insights By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    GLOBAL PREVALENCE OF MIGRAINE: NEW INSIGHTS

    Recent Global Data report reveals that more migraine cases are prevalent in seven major countries at a rate of 0.13% emphasizes the...

  • COVID-19 Vaccines For Children Will Launch By September By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    COVID-19 VACCINES FOR CHILDREN WILL LAUNCH BY SEPTEMBER

    As many vaccine companies are completing their COVID-19 trial in children, India expects to start vaccination in children by September.

    Vaccination
  • COVID-19 Caseload Tops 193.6 Million By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    COVID-19 CASELOAD TOPS 193.6 MILLION

    Globally, the coronavirus caseload has reached 193.6 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 4.15 million and vaccinations...

    Vaccination
  • WHO Calls for Efforts to Prevent Delta Transmission By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    WHO CALLS FOR EFFORTS TO PREVENT DELTA TRANSMISSION

    The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and World Health Organization have called for the reinforcement of enhanced...

  • How To Relax Within Few Minutes? By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    HOW TO RELAX WITHIN FEW MINUTES?

    A new breathing technique that uses abdominal muscles to help breathe in and out for few minutes can help manage stress, concentrate...

    Stress, Sleep
  • Recent Outbreak of Untreatable Fungal Infection Reported in the U.S By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    RECENT OUTBREAK OF UNTREATABLE FUNGAL INFECTION REPORTED IN THE U.S

    Outbreaks of an "untreatable" fungus have been reported recently in a Washington DC nursing home and at two hospitals in Dallas.

    Hospital, Fungus
  • Brain's Immune Cells May Promise New Treatment for Epilepsy By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    BRAIN'S IMMUNE CELLS MAY PROMISE NEW TREATMENT FOR EPILEPSY

    Seizure-related brain injuries that may be treated by a repair process in the brain have been discovered.

    Brain
  • India's First Vaccinated Bus Service By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    INDIA'S FIRST VACCINATED BUS SERVICE

    RedBus, India's largest online bus ticketing platform, announced the launch of vaccinated bus services across 600+ major routes in...

    Vaccination
  • Professional Rugby Linked to Changes in Brain Structure By Medindia Health   -   Sep 26, 2021

    PROFESSIONAL RUGBY LINKED TO CHANGES IN BRAIN STRUCTURE

    Participation in professional rugby may be linked to changes in brain structure. These changes were seen in both players with and without...

    Brain