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Acute hepatitis among children spreads to 21 countries: WHO

New Delhi: The mysterious acute hepatitis condition among children has spread to 21 countries with 348 probable cases, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. The liver disease that was first reported in the UK…

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India among worst-hit by anaemia, World Congress in Mumbai to discuss remedies

Mumbai, May 6 (IANS) As India remains among the countries worst-hit by anaemia, the day-long second World Congress of Anaemia (WCA) will discuss remedial measures, prevention, and control, the organisers on Friday. “Organised by the…

Annual Covid shots must to curb future outbreaks: US FDA

Washington: It’s time to accept that as the presence of Covid will remain inevitable, the need for annual vaccination may be the new norm to “blunt future outbreaks”, according to officials at the US Food…

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India records 2,593 new Covid cases, 44 deaths

New Delhi: In the last 24 hours, India reported 2,593 new Covid-19 cases, which is a marginal increase over the 2,527 infections registered the previous day, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Affairs said…

AMU’s JNMC surgeons fix amputated wrist in rare feat

Aligarh: In a complicated surgery, surgeons of Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), have replace severed wrist of a 25-year-old Aligarh resident making it to the list of the rare cases of…

Over 50% global population yearly affected by headache disorder: Study

London: More than 52 per cent of the global population are affected by a headache disorder every year, with 14 per cent reporting migraines, according to study. Headaches are one of the most prevalent and…

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After 2 yrs of pandemic, Maha to breathe free of all Covid curbs

Mumbai: In a major decision, the Maharashtra government has decided to lift all Covid-19 restrictions exactly two years after the coronavirus pandemic curbs were clamped, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said here on Thursday. From April…

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WHO calls for quality care for women, newborns post childbirth

Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday launched its first ever global guidelines to support women and newborns in the postnatal period — the first six weeks after birth. Worldwide, more than three in…

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Covid not gone, expect uptick in cases due to BA.2 subvariant: Fauci

Washington: The Covid-19 pandemic is not over and the US is soon likely to see an uptick in cases due to the BA.2 subvariant of Omicron, according to the country’s infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci.…

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Why women are more likely to die after heart attack than men

London: Women are less likely to receive life-saving treatment for cardiogenic shock than men and thus, are more at risk of death, according to research. Cardiogenic shock is a life-threatening condition in which the heart…

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