Nature may protect mental health during pandemic: Study

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Tokyo-- Researchers have said that nature around one's home may help mitigate some of the negative mental health effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. During this...

Safety procedures employed to ensure 100% success rate for Heart transplants amid Covid-19

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By IANSlife Features New Delhi-- The coronavirus has led to a global pandemic which has affected millions worldwide. The key manifestations of Covid-19 ranges from...

Pfizer 2-dose vaccine 95% effective, no serious side effects

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By Nikhila Natarajan New York-- Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech released a second batch of interim results on Wednesday, saying their two-dose coronavirus vaccine...

12-minute exercise bursts offer big benefits

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Short bursts of physical exercise induce changes in the body’s levels of metabolites that correlate to an individual’s cardiometabolic, cardiovascular, and long-term health, a...

Many older adults won’t treat their depression: Study

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New York-- Nearly two-third (61 per cent) of the people in the US aged 65 or more, who have concerns about having depression, will...

Creating a home workout plan with niche exercises

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By Puja Gupta New Delhi-- With the current Covid-19 situation, the age-old phrase 'Health is Wealth', has become a rising priority for most of us. As...

More than 1 million US children infected, 11.5% of total cases

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By Nikhila Natarajan New York-- As Americans exhausted by the deadly blow of coronavirus pin their hopes on new vaccines on the horizon, fresh data...

Don’t abandon masks, social distancing after getting vaccine: Fauci

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Washington-- America's top infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci has urged citizens not to abandon masks and social distancing even after a vaccine against the...

This arthritis drug may improve Covid survival in elderlies

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London-- Scientists have claimed that a type of arthritis drug called 'baricitinib' may reduce the risk of dying among elderly patients infected with Covid-19. This...

This drug may reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol by half in high risk patient

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New York-- The investigational drug 'evinacumab' reduces low-density lipoprotein (LDL) 'bad' cholesterol by 50 per cent in patients with severe hypercholesterolemia, researchers said. Hypercholesterolemia, also...
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