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World Arthritis Day is celebrated on October 12 every year to raise awareness of the painful medical condition, arthritis. Arthritis is the term used for any inflammation of the joint which causes damage to the joint resulting in pain, deformity and disability. There are more than 200 specific diseases

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10th Edition of MedscapecapeIndia National Awards & 13th Save the Girl Child Program held on 10th October 2021 virtually, saw the presence of luminares from across the globe who shared their opinions on saving the girl child, Women Empowerment, gender equality and having an equal

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Krsnaa Diagnostics Ltd. (BSE: 543328  | NSE: KRSNAA) is one of India’s fastest growing diagnostic service providers, both in radiology and pathology. The Company today announced the results for first six months ending 30th September 2021, following its listing on the stock exchanges on 16th

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Dangerous blood clots can occur in moderate COVID-19 A European study has found an elevated risk of a life-threatening blood clot called venous thromboembolism (VTE) in COVID-19 patients who were not critically ill. The blood clot risk had previously been associated with severe COVID-19. The researchers

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On Monday, World Health Organization recommended that immunocompromised people be given an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine, due to their higher risk of breakthrough infections after standard immunisation. The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on immunization said that the additional dose should be offered "as part

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From the start of the pandemic, researchers, scientists, and antivirus specialists have worked around the clock to find a way to treat COVID-19. Codivir, an innovative new drug from Code Pharma, now appears to have the potential to revolutionize the fight against the virus. In

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The Covid-19 pandemic and its effect on mental health led a record number of people—3.5 lakh—to seek counselling and treatment from the public health system in Maharashtra in 2020-21. In Mumbai, another 80,000 people have called up BMC-Mpower helpline for Covid-related grief since April 2020. “In 2020, we counselled many migrants

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The capital’s air quality remained in the ‘moderate’ category on Sunday but is likely to deteriorate to the ‘poor’ category in the next three days. The air quality is expected to worsen due to increased farm fires and local and regional sources of pollution. According to the Central Pollution Control

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More sex reassignment surgeries (SRS) in the state are performed for male-to-female transition than for female-to-male transition, according to data from the social justice department on the number of transgender people who received financial assistance after the surgeries. The data also show that the number of such surgeries has been rising

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