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Health and Wellness News Headlines Today

US surgeons successfully test pig kidney transplant in human patient.India records 14,623 fresh cases and 197 deaths in within the last 24 hours.Over 11 lakh Covid tests conducted in India in the last ...

Article about 3 hours ago

Covid-19 vaccines for children to be available soon

The Subject Expert Committee (SEC) on Covid-19 has granted emergency use approval to Bharat Biotech's Covaxin for children in the 2-18 years age group.Phase-2 and Phase-3 trials of Covaxin on ...

Article about 2 days ago

Health and Wellness News Headlines Today

India slips 7 spots to 101st on Global Hungary Index, 2021.Kamrup Metro witnesses 63 new Covid cases; the positivity rate stood at 0.93 per cent.FDA panel endorses booster shots for Johnson & ...

Article about 4 days ago

Health and Wellness News Headlines Today

The government applies quantitative restrictions on the export of certain types of syringes.Reports of World Health Organizations say that the World has failed to achieve the 2020 mental health ...

Article about 11 days ago

How sex and intimacy can be normalized: Know here

Indian blogger, model, and TEDx speaker Anwesh Sahoo, along with comedian and YouTuber Kaneez Surka discuss physical and emotional intimacy, consent and the importance of sexual health and awareness ...

Article about 14 days ago

Two-day Indo-US Health Dialogue begins on Monday

The 4th Indo-US Health Dialogue started on September 27, 2021. The Union Minister of State for Health, Bharati Pravin Pawar was India's spokesperson at the event whereas Loyce Pace led the US ...

Article about 23 days ago

Meghalaya put up a poor show in NIRF rankings

North-Eastern Hill University in Meghalaya has been ranked 90th in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (Overall ranking category) by the Union Ministry of Education.The University has ...

Article about 27 days ago

Dementia: Early detection is an essential first step

There are more than 55 million people living with Dementia across the world, with a new case developing every three seconds, says WHO. However, despite being the 7th leading cause of death and a major ...

Article about 28 days ago

India's Indigenous kit Truenat gets approval from DCGA

It is RT-PCR which has been used for a quick diagnosis of Covid-19. While people were busy in the vaccination drives throughout the world, the Nipah virus started affecting lives in Kerala. It became ...

Article about 1 month ago

US to receive Pfizer's Covid-19 jabs by October

According to the former head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the US drugmaker Pfizer's Covid vaccination is likely to get authorization for providing vaccines to children aged between 5 ...

Article about 2 months ago

First Covid Sahayata Kendra to be inaugurated tomorrow

In a bid to decrease Covid cases as much as possible, the Assam government has set the target to vaccinate the people by September. Child in Need Institute (CINI), a National Level NGO is organizing ...

Article about 2 months ago

Fit India Freedom Run in 34 districts of Assam

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports is organizing Fit India Freedom Run 2.0 from today, 13 August 2021 as part of its celebration of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav-India@75 throughout the country. ...

Article about 2 months ago

Health News Headlines Today

India may become the first country to have a DNA-based jab: Union Health Minister Mansukh MandaviyaOver 2.11 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses available with states, UTs and private hospitals: ...

Article about 3 months ago

77.8% Efficacy showed in Covaxin Phase-III Trial

The Hyderabad based Bharat Biotech India Ltd (BBIL) has announced the safety and efficacy analysis data from phase-3 trials of Covaxin, which is developed in partnership with NIV-ICMR (National ...

Article about 4 months ago

India Celebrates National Doctor's Day

On July 1, India celebrates National Doctor's Day in order to offer gratitude and thankfulness to every doctor. This day was first observed in the year 1991 as an honour to the former Chief Minister ...

Article about 4 months ago

Covid found to reactivate a dormant bacterial infection

The research was carried out at the Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati regarding the SARS-CoV-2 virus.As per the result of the research, it was found that the Covid causing virus may have the ...

Article about 4 months ago

World Brain Tumour Day and Covid-19

In the year 2000, the German Brain Tumor Association announced World Brain Tumor Day on June 8. Since then, every year, this day is observed to make people aware of brain tumour.Being a health and ...

Article about 4 months ago

AIIMS starts Covaxin trials on children

As per a report by Prasar Bharati, the clinical trial of Covaxin has started at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Patna.Bharat Biotech International Limited has developed the vaccine in ...

Article about 5 months ago

Know your Vaccination! It's Covishield vs Covaxin

Going through this pandemic was taxing but, we never forgot that "after a storm comes a calm". The announcement of the Covid-19 vaccination was a relief to our anxiety. Now we not only can get ...

Article about 6 months ago

Indian vegan community set for 'Go Vegan' tweetathon

Indian animal rights and vegan activists across the country will use the Twitter platform to raise awareness about veganism on April 8. One of the key themes for the vegan movement in India is laws ...

Article about 7 months ago

Hai na hamara Bharat mahan?

India has sufficient stockpile of COVID 19 vaccines to inoculate priority groups, namely healthcare workers and frontline workers in the first phase, NITI Aayog member V.K. Paul had stated in ...

Article about 9 months ago

Bit by the travel bug? Explore Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh, one of the 12 biodiversity hotspots of the world to earn numerous sobriquets like Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains, Orchid State of India and Paradise of the Botanists, offers a ...

Article about 9 months ago

India versus the global COVID 19 vaccine race

As the COVID 19 pandemic continued to wreak havoc globally with another wave expected, the race to administer the vaccine also continued. In India, two COVID 19 vaccines, namely from Serum Institute ...

Article about 10 months ago

Now students are getting back to offline classes

The ongoing COVID 19 pandemic has made a lot of things uncertain, complex and fragile and the education sector is perhaps the sector that has had the hardest time while coming to terms with the new ...

Article about 10 months ago

COVID 19 is more dangerous for cancer patients

The COVID 19, an infectious illness caused by a new type of coronavirus, that emerged from Wuhan city of China in December 2019 and declared by the World Health Organization as pandemic on March 11, ...

Article about 10 months ago

Instead of getting confused, wait and watch!

The COVID 19 outbreak, caused by the novel coronavirus (CoV) called severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), was first detected in late December 2019 in Wuhan city of ...

Article about 10 months ago

RBD testing before harvesting plasma is vital

With physicians finding receptor binding domain (RBD) plasma highly effective in the viremic phase (first 8 to 10 days) of COVID infection, the demand for strong anti viral therapy has steadily been ...

Article about 11 months ago

Arunachal Pradesh: Primary healthcare at a glance

The health delivery system of Arunachal Pradesh, which is geographically the largest state of North-East India, is yet to reach desired levels. In Arunachal Pradesh, there are a total of 582 ...

Article about 12 months ago

There is room for more change in medical education

Lack of quality healthcare services is a key concern for a majority of Indians. This is triggered by insufficient number of doctors catering to public health needs and the poor state of healthcare ...

Article about 12 months ago

The state of ongoing vaccine trials

Throughout history, nothing has killed more human beings than the viruses, bacteria and parasites that cause diseases. Not natural disasters, like earthquakes or volcanoes, not event war but the novel ...

Article about 1 year ago

World Walking Day honoured

Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy, (SMCPT) had celebrated the occasion of World Walking Day on 4th October at its premises by adhering to all social distancing protocols. The event was supported ...

Article about 1 year ago

An Independence Day breather for Assam

Independence Day brought a respite to the ongoing practice of weekend lockdowns in Assam. Today, movement of individuals had been allowed from 6am to 5pm subject to the mandatory adherence of COVID ...

Article about 1 year ago

Two Guwahati doctors won the coveted IMA Award

Two doctors from Guwahati won the coveted Indian Medical Association (IMA) Award for their contributions in the COVID-19 fight. Dr Ratna Kanta Talukdar and Dr Syed Tanwir Alam were conferred this ...

Article about 1 year ago