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6 Incredible health benefits of Radish

Radish belongs to the Brassicaceae family. The chemical agents present in this are responsible for its pungent flavor. This is widely used as salads, soups, ...
Jul 19

PFIZER AND BIONTECH TO PROVIDE 500 MILLION COVID-19 VACCINE TO U.S. GOVERNMENT FOR DONATION TO POOREST NATIONS

These doses are part of Pfizer and BioNTech’s previously announced pledge to provide two billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to low- and ...
Jun 10

Canada extends ban on India flights; Manitoba asks Trudeau for help

Canada on Friday announced to extend its ban on incoming passenger flights from India and Pakistan by 30 days. The ban will continue till June ...
May 22

Startups that make life of Thalassemia patients easier – Special Feature on World Thalassemia Day - 8th May

Thalassemia is a preventable genetic blood disorder in which the patient's body cannot make sufficient red blood cells (RBC) on its own and require ...
May 07

China wants WHO approved vaccines to get certified by Chinese authorities

China does not approves WHO vaccines...
Mar 16

Bangladesh to get 10.9 mn COVID vaccine doses through COVAX-WHO facility

WHO first allocates Covid vaccines for Bangladesh...
Mar 05

India arranges Covid-19 management workshop for 10 countries

Today India arranges Covid management workshop for Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Mauritius, Nepal, Pakistan, Seychelles and Sri Lanka. ...
Feb 18

Beijing kicks off mass vaccination for key groups amid concerns on Phase 3 clinical trial data

China has vaccinated more than a million Chinese unofficially with three vaccines despite the vaccines' safety and efficacy not being confirmed...
Jan 04

More than 10 million additional children under 5 will suffer from malnutrition in next two years due to COVID-19

These new commitments come at a critical time. New data released by the Standing Together for Nutrition consortium predicts massive consequences for maternal and child ...
Dec 16

The Lancet: New polio vaccine against safe and generates immune response in adults, young children, and infants

Phase 2 trials in 1,200 adults, young children, and infants suggest new poliovirus vaccine may have the potential to overcome outbreaks caused by a ...
Dec 12

World Prematurity Day - 17 November 2020

WHO has grown new guidelines with proposals for improving the results of preterm births. This arrangement of key intercessions can improve the odds of endurance ...
Nov 16

UNICEF and WHO call for emergency action to avert major measles and polio epidemics

UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) today issued an urgent call to action to avert major measles and polio epidemics....
Nov 06

Steroids boost survival of preterm babies in low-resource settings, new study finds

Accurate pregnancy dating and quality care combined with the steroids are key to survival...
Oct 24

The Twenty-Sixth Polio IHR Emergency Committee released their statement today

The Emergency Committee reviewed the data on wild poliovirus (WPV1) and circulating vaccine derived polio viruses (cVDPV). ...
Oct 22

China ropes in more countries for its COVID-19 vaccine trials

In recent weeks, officials from Mexico, Bangladesh and Pakistan have been quoted in the media, stating about the trials as a means to gain future ...
Sep 29

Covid-19: US should end Gilead’s monopoly on producing remdesivir, report says

The US government should end the shortage of the antiviral drug remdesivir by eliminating Gilead’s monopoly, says a report from Public Citizen, a national ...
Sep 12

The Lancet: Largest global vaccine confidence survey reveals hesitancy hotspots

Vaccine confidence in Europe remains low compared to other regions ...
Sep 11

As virus cases rise, India faces human, economic catastrophe

The 35-year-old tutor started feeling feverish in April, while bringing his father home from a chemotherapy appointment in the Indian financial capital...
Sep 08

50,000 people globally part of phase 3 trial of Chinese COVID-19 vaccine

Media reported in July that phase 3 trial of this vaccine will be held in Uzbekistan, and Pakistan has expressed interest in conducting clinical trials ...
Sep 07

WHO declares Africa free of Polio virus

Today is a historic day for Africa," said Professor Rose Gana Fomban Leke, whose commission certified that no cases had occurred on the continent ...
Aug 26

World Surpasses 20 Million COVID-19 Cases

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Aug 13

We Can Still Better - WHO On 20 Million COVID-19 Cases

In yet another staggering landmark, the number of deathsis expected to surpass 750,000 in a matter of days as the global health crisis...
Aug 11

COVID-19 testing vans developed by Indian Institute of Science

CSR funded vans were delivered to Karnataka government for immediate use...
Aug 06

Health Ministry says recoveries are double the active Corona cases

India prepares for Vande Bharat phase 5 as Corona status in the country improves...
Jul 31

Air pollution cuts global life expectancy by nearly 2 years

The Air Quality Life Index (AQLI) said that as the world races to find a vaccine to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control...
Jul 29

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