If Vaccinated, Hospitalisation Risk Falls 80%, Oxygen Need By 8%: Study

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Coronavirus: The COVID-19 second wave saw people gasping for medical oxygen (File) New Delhi: Studies show the risk of hospitalisation due to COIVID-19 falls by 70-80 per cent if a person is vaccinated, the government said today. After vaccination, the chances of a Covid patient needing medical oxygen also reduce by 8 per cent, the … Read more

Pfizer, Moderna Covid-19 Vaccines Don’t Lower Sperm Count, Finds Study

UK Regulator Approves Pfizer Jab for Children Aged 12 to 15 Years And Other Top Stories

COVID-19 vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna do not harm male fertility, suggests a study which found the levels of sperm in participants remained at healthy levels after they got two doses of the mRNA preventive. The study, published on Thursday in the journal JAMA, recruited 45 healthy male volunteers aged 18 to 50 years scheduled … Read more

Chamoli Disaster Triggered by Massive Avalanche of Rock, Ice Falling from Height of 3,700 Meters: Study

Chamoli Disaster Triggered by Massive Avalanche of Rock, Ice Falling from Height of 3,700 Meters: Study

The study, by 53 scientists from 14 countries including India, was conducted to investigate the cause, scope and impacts of the disaster. New Delhi: The Chamoli disaster in February was triggered by a mix of rock and ice falling from a height of 3,700 meter above the sea level, a new study has revealed. On … Read more

Coronavirus Can Cause Long-Term Loss of Brain Tissue, Finds New Covid Study

ICMR Invites Researchers to Contribute to Scientific Knowledge Related to Covid-19

A new study examined the impact of coronavirus on the brain before and after infection and looked specifically at the potential effect on the nervous system. According to CNBC, Dr Scott Gottlieb warned about the potential for long-term brain loss associated with coronavirus, citing the new study from the United Kingdom. “In short, the study … Read more

Odisha Constitutes Panel to Study Cause of Covid Infection Despite Vaccination

25% of New Black Fungus Patients Have No Record of Covid-19 Infection, Says Indore Doctor

As part of its planning to tackle the possible third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Odisha government on Thursday constituted an eight-member technical committee to study the cause of coronavirus infections among people even after complete vaccination. The technical committee headed by Institute of Life Science, Bhubaneswar Director Dr Ajay Parida will have experts … Read more

Delta Variant Infections Doubling Every 11 Days in England, Study Finds

Telangana Extends Covid Lockdown Till June 9; Hyderabad MP Owaisi Opposes Move

London: The number of people infected with the coronavirus is increasing rapidly in England, doubling every 11 days, which coincides with the Delta variant of COVID-19 becoming dominant in the country, a new study reports on Thursday. The Imperial College London led Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission (REACT-1) analysis, based on over 100,000 home swab … Read more

Anti-inflammation Drug May Effectively Treat Covid-19 Complications in Children: Study

Centre Plans to Inoculate 80% Children Aged 12-18, Covaxin Likely to Lead Drive: Report

Corticosteroids, a class of drugs that lowers inflammation, may be an effective treatment for children who develop a rare but serious condition after COVID-19 infection, according to a study. All the 614 children in the study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, developed a serious disorder following COVID-19 infection. The disorder, … Read more

Covid-19 Cases Among Pregnant Women, New Mothers Doubled in Second Wave, Finds ICMR Study

Abortion, its Side Effects and the Law in India

A comparative study of two Covid-19 waves in India showed that the symptomatic cases of Covid-19 were significantly higher at 28.7 percent among pregnant and post-partum women during the second wave against 14.2 percent in the first wave. The fatality rate among pregnant women was higher at 5.7 percent in the second wave, as compared … Read more

DRDO’s Anti-Covid Drug 2-DG Found Effective against All Covid-19 Variants, Study Finds

DRDO's Anti-Covid Drug 2-DG Found Effective against All Covid-19 Variants, Study Finds

India’s 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-DG) drug, developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation, has been found to be effective against all variants of Covid-19, a new study has revealed. The 2-DG drug also has the potential to reduce the multiplicity of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and alleviate cells from infection-induced cytopathic effect (CPE) and cell death, the … Read more

Exposure to cold can help combat coronavirus: Study

Image Source : REPRESENTATIONAL IMAGE. Exposure to common cold can help combat COVID: Study.   Exposure to the rhinovirus, the most frequent cause of the common cold, can protect against infection by the virus which causes Covid-19, researchers have found. The study by Yale researchers found that the common respiratory virus jump-starts the activity of … Read more

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