Good Levels of Vitamin D can Help to Fight Covid

27-09-2020   |   303 View(s)

There is growing evidence that Vitamin D could help in the fight against Covid-19. Local doctors — and studies from other countries — say adequate levels of the Sunshine Vitamin, as it is called, could protect one against Covid or reduce its severity among infected patients. A study published in PLOS ONE medical journal by Boston University School of Medicine showed Covid-19 patients with 25-hydroxyvitamin D level of 30 ng/mL (nanogram per. Read more...

Restaurants May Be Key Component to COVID-19 Spread

17-09-2020   |   212 View(s)

Restaurants appear to play a key role in the spread of COVID-19, researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say. "Masks cannot be effectively worn while eating and drinking, whereas shopping and numerous other indoor activities do not preclude mask use," write Kiva A. Fisher, PhD, from the CDC, and colleagues. Although public health authorities have recommended social distancing and mask-wearing for months, knowing . Read more...

How to Make Mask at Home

07-04-2020   |   785 View(s)

The mask has gone out of stock these days in most of the shops because of the Coronavirus scare. As per the directive of the Ministry of Health, Govt of India-It is advisable to cover your mouth when you step out of the home to stay protected from undesirable infections from people who might already be infected. However, it is not mandatory to go in for a mask bought from shops-You can very well keep your mouth covered with some kind of cloth whi. Read more...

Bracing for Challenges during Stage 3 of Corona Virus

21-03-2020   |   3843 View(s)

Here are some guidelines which can help tremendously to avoid the spread of Corona Virus. As we are all aware that the virus has entered the critical phase 3 in India during which the virus can spread rapidly affecting the community as a whole resulting in the mass spread of the virus which in turn can make a large number of people infected with this incurable disease. In view of the same here are some steps which can help in minimising the sprea. Read more...

All You Wanted to Know about Corona Virus

15-03-2020   |   10764 View(s)

Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans. Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people. Detailed investigations found that SARS-CoV . Read more...

WHO Report Says-One in Ten Indians will Develop Cancer over Lifetime

06-02-2020   |   1019 View(s)

Here are some Statistics as per The World Cancer Report -In 2018 alone there were about 1.16 million new cases -784000 Deaths -2.26 million 5-Year Prevalent Cases in India's population of 1.35 Billion -As per the WHO, one in 10 Indians will develop Cancer during their lifetime and one in 15 will die from the disease In India, the six most common cancer types were 1.Breast Cancer (1. Read more...

Hair Dyes and Chemical Hair Straighteners Enhancing Risk of Breast Cancer

10-01-2020   |   170 View(s)

Research indicates how the use of permanent hair dyes and hair straighteners lead to running a high risk of breast cancer for women. Significantly speaking, the risk ran high among black females compared to white. For people who are new to know this, don’t be alarmed. Experts have further concluded, saying that women do not need to stop using hair dyes and straighteners based on such studies alone. . Read more...

Viral Fever Tops list of Communicable Diseases in 2018

08-01-2020   |   484 View(s)

Acute respiratory infection, often triggered by pollution, poor hygiene and bacterial infections, is the top communicable disease accounting for nearly 70% of all communicable diseases in India in 2018 with pneumonia being the biggest killer infection, according to the National Health Profile, 2019. . Read more...