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  • How to Counter COVID-19 impact on Kids from Low-income Households? By Medindia Health   -   May 27, 2020

    HOW TO COUNTER COVID-19 IMPACT ON KIDS FROM LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS?

    Kids from low-income households experiencing significant disruptions in already inconsistent routines and less-than-adequate resources...

    Nutrition
  • Good Bacteria During Pregnancy can Buffer Autism-like Syndrome Risk By Medindia Health   -   May 27, 2020

    GOOD BACTERIA DURING PREGNANCY CAN BUFFER AUTISM-LIKE SYNDROME RISK

    Providing beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy can prevent an autism-like...

    Stress, Pregnancy
  • Travelling a Big Concern Due To Coronavirus By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    TRAVELLING A BIG CONCERN DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

    Although air travel has resumed, a majority Indians are skeptical about traveling in the next 30 days.

  • Madhya Pradesh Quarantine Centres Use Music To Release Stress By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    MADHYA PRADESH QUARANTINE CENTRES USE MUSIC TO RELEASE STRESS

    Arrangements of music and cultural programmes at the quarantine centres are made here where people coming from outside the state are...

    Stress
  • India Crosses 1.25 Lakh-mark By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    INDIA CROSSES 1.25 LAKH-MARK

    6,654 positive cases added to India within 24 hrs and the total tally went across the 1.25 lakh-mark. Before the first week of the...

  • WHO Suspends Clinical Trial of HCQ For Treating COVID-19 By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    WHO SUSPENDS CLINICAL TRIAL OF HCQ FOR TREATING COVID-19

    Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization's Director-General, said that a clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19...

  • Trials for COVID-19 Vaccine on Humans may Start in Six Months By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    TRIALS FOR COVID-19 VACCINE ON HUMANS MAY START IN SIX MONTHS

    As India ranked 10th in the global infection list, overtaking Iran, which was an early hotspot of coronavirus, India's top medical...

    Vaccination
  • Stem Cells from Placental Amniotic Membrane may Help Slow Lung Scarring in Pulmonary Fibrosis By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    STEM CELLS FROM PLACENTAL AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE MAY HELP SLOW LUNG SCARRING IN PULMONARY FIBROSIS

    Stem cells collected from the human amniotic membrane, one of the two fetal membranes forming during pregnancy and is usually discarded...

    Pregnancy, Baby
  • COVID-19 In India: Mumbai's Death Toll Crosses 1,000 By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    COVID-19 IN INDIA: MUMBAI'S DEATH TOLL CROSSES 1,000

    Exactly 65 days after recording the first COVID-19 death, Mumbai on Monday crossed 1,000-mark with 38 deaths, taking the death toll...

  • COVID-19 Deaths, Positive Cases Continue to Raise in Telangana By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    COVID-19 DEATHS, POSITIVE CASES CONTINUE TO RAISE IN TELANGANA

    The surge in coronavirus deaths continued in Telangana with three more fatalities on Monday while the spike in infections among foreign...

  • With 10,000 Tests Per Million, J K Stood No 1 in India By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    WITH 10,000 TESTS PER MILLION, J K STOOD NO 1 IN INDIA

    With a testing rate of over 10,000 per million, Jammu Kashmir is now leading all states in the country in testing.

  • Smart Diagnostic Strategy for Being 'ahead of Virus': ICMR By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    SMART DIAGNOSTIC STRATEGY FOR BEING 'AHEAD OF VIRUS': ICMR

    The Indian Council of Medical Research on Monday said that India developed an Intelligent Testing Strategy to remain 'ahead of the...

  • Spirituality Tied to a Higher Quality of Life for Stroke Survivors, Caregivers By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    SPIRITUALITY TIED TO A HIGHER QUALITY OF LIFE FOR STROKE SURVIVORS, CAREGIVERS

    Higher spirituality among stroke survivors is strongly linked to a better quality of life for them and their caregivers who may also...

    Stroke, Depression
  • Biodiversity is Critical for Shea Crop in Africa By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    BIODIVERSITY IS CRITICAL FOR SHEA CROP IN AFRICA

    Shea fruit production was significantly limited due to lack of pollination and that the degree of pollination limitation was greater...

  • Cloth Masks may Help Decrease COVID-19 Transmission By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    CLOTH MASKS MAY HELP DECREASE COVID-19 TRANSMISSION

    Cloth masks made of several layers of cotton cloth can block droplet and aerosol contamination of the environment, which in turn may...

  • Transplant Patients Should be Examined by a Dermatologist: Study By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    TRANSPLANT PATIENTS SHOULD BE EXAMINED BY A DERMATOLOGIST: STUDY

    Skin cancer and skin infection are significantly more likely in patients with solid organ transplants. Hence a new study endorses enhanced...

    Skin, Cancer
  • Oxford Covid-19 Vaccine Trial May Not Yield Result By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    OXFORD COVID-19 VACCINE TRIAL MAY NOT YIELD RESULT

    Team at Oxford University developing a Covid-19 vaccine believe that the chances of the trial yielding "no result" is now 50 per cent,...

    Vaccination
  • Gene Variants Associated With Problematic Drinking Discovered By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    GENE VARIANTS ASSOCIATED WITH PROBLEMATIC DRINKING DISCOVERED

    Twenty nine (29) genetic variants that are associated with problematic drinking have been discovered by researchers.

  • New Type of Laser Makes Eye Surgery Simpler By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    NEW TYPE OF LASER MAKES EYE SURGERY SIMPLER

    Scientists have developed a new type of laser that can deliver high amounts of energy in very short bursts of time, with potential...

    Eye
  • Scientists Develop New Double-contrast Technique That Picks Up Small Tumors on MRI By Medindia Health   -   May 26, 2020

    SCIENTISTS DEVELOP NEW DOUBLE-CONTRAST TECHNIQUE THAT PICKS UP SMALL TUMORS ON MRI

    New double-contrast technique that picks up small tumors on MRI has been developed by scientists.

    Tumors