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Boehringer Ingelheim Supports his Call to Recognize ‘June’ as Diabetes Control Month Dr. V. Mohan, Chairman & Chief Diabetologist Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre, has made an urgent plea to all diabetes management organisations, institutions and people including doctors, hospitals, clinics, NGOs, Governments, and the public

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The recruitment for the clinical trial of the country’s first indigenously-developed COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin, among children in the age group of 6-12 years will begin at the AIIMS here from Tuesday. This will be followed by the clinical trial of children in the age-group of 2-6

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A decrease in the number of Covid cases should never inculcate a sense of complacency among the public, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Friday, underlining that the behavioural pattern of putting masks on and off intermittently, improper wearing of masks and not following

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The government Friday said there is no need to panic on the need for an immediate change in the dosage interval of Covishield vaccine, underlining that reducing the time gap requires proper scientific study in the Indian scenario. In the context of some media reports quoting

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Delhi’s first drive-through COVID-19 vaccination facility, which opened with much fanfare two weeks ago, is being shut as the Centre’s price cap for vaccines has made operation unviable, officials said on Friday. The drive-through centre at Vegas Mall in Dwarka, an initiative by the Delhi government

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There is a global shortage of health personnel. In 2013, that shortage was estimated to be 12.9 million. By 2030, based on pre-Covid trends, it is expected to be at least 18 million, including 5.9 million nurses.   In all countries of the world, the production of

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A simple, less invasive nasal swab-based home test offering quick results in 15 minutes, with step-by-step guidance available on Meril’s mobile app, ‘Covifind’  Highly effective in detecting mid-to-high viral load cases CoviFind meets the rising demand to ramp up Covid-19 testing in India, offering

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Poorly fitting face masks greatly increase the risk of infection from airborne diseases like COVID-19, compared to custom-fitted masks, according to a study. Researchers at the University of Cincinnati in the US used CT scans of three different-sized face masks attached to three different-sized dummy heads

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