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The CK Birla Hospital and Birla Fertility & IVF organized a special session on mental health and well-being with BK Sister Shivani at their Punjabi Bagh facility. The session had a two-fold focus on the connection between mental wellness and overall health by utilizing the

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~ Authored by Dr Chandrashekhar T, Director- Critical Care, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital Vashi ~   It's still too early to predict whether the rapid spread of Omicron and its variant will help push Coronavirus from the pandemic phase to a more manageable endemic stage. An endemic disease

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Covid-19 in India may be entering some kind of stage of endemicity where there is low or moderate level of transmission going on, Chief Scientist of the World Health Organisation Dr Soumya Swaminathan said. The endemic stage is when a population learns to live with a

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Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday said the government has launched an inquiry into a report claiming that counterfeit versions of Covishield, India’s primary anti-COVID-19 vaccine, had been seized. “It has been claimed that duplicate versions of Covishield vaccine were sold in the country. The

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The head of the World Health Organization said the COVID-19 delta variant, first seen in India, is “the most transmissible of the variants identified so far,” and warned it is now spreading in at least 85 countries. At a press briefing on Friday, WHO director-general Tedros

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