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Treatment Options for Arthritis in Children, Middle age group and Elderly patients

Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Kumar explains about arthritis in children, middle age group and elderly patients. He informs us not to ignore any joint pain. He ...
Apr 26

HIV AIDS – Myths and facts - Medicircle

Get a deeper knowledge of different modes of HIV infection and debunk some common myths related to HIV from experienced Dr. Nupoor Acharya. ...
Feb 17

Asthma is not curable, but it is effectively treatable says Dr. Narasimhan Rajgopal, Allergist and Immunologist

Inhalers are best for managing Asthma. We have two sets of Inhalers. One is a preventer, which controls the disease and prevents the attacks from ...
Jun 16

HIV Patients are Prone to Tuberculosis – Dr. Madhu Mohare, Consultant Pulmonologist

Tuberculosis is a curable disease provided the person does not leave the treatment in the middle and maintains immunity and nutrition levels. If proper care ...
Apr 01

Dr. Shobitha Rao, Pulmonologist Assures That We Are on The Right Path of Achieving the Goal of Eliminating TB

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Mar 31

Dr. Jayalakshmi T K on impact of Corona on TB and why talking about TB is Necessary

If we get tuberculosis, nobody will know; only the immediate family will know and the family will try their best not to communicate it with ...
Mar 31

Understand The Importance of Completing the TB Treatment Course With Dr. Sonam Solanki, Consultant Chest Physician

To avoid relapse and reactivation of TB, a tuberculosis treatment course should be completed by every patient as prescribed by their doctor. Professional advice by ...
Mar 25

Dr. Kamlesh Pandey, Consultant Pulmonologist points out that Initiatives of TB Control is in the Right Direction

During the first phase of lockdown people stopped coming for diagnosis and we missed out on several TB cases but later with door-to-door ...
Mar 25

Covid-19 reinfections are rare, but more common in people 65 and older, study finds

New studies point out Covid vulnerability among the senior citizens above 65...
Mar 18

Dr. Bhowmik Meghnathi, Consultant Rheumatologist and Clinical Immunologist Puts Forward Positive Insights About Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr. Bhowmik Meghnathi talks about signs and symptoms, role of diet in the management of disease, and myths related to rheumatoid arthritis. ...
Mar 15

Research on preventative nasal spray, which protects against COVID-19 and common cold, published in leading peer-reviewed academic journals

Research on a novel nasal spray therapy, INNA-051, which has been shown to reduce COVID-19 viral replication by up to 96 percent in ...
Dec 18

IAVI, Merck, and Serum Institute of India Join Forces to Develop Monoclonal Antibodies for COVID-19 and Ensure Prompt and Equitable Global Access

IAVI and Scripps Research as innovative interventions to address the COVID-19 pandemic....
Oct 23

FDA approves Nucala as the first and only biologic treatment for Hypereosinophilic Syndrome

Third US indication for Nucala demonstrates GSK’s commitment to finding new ways to help patients with eosinophil-driven diseases...
Sep 25

Coronavirus mutating, potentially evolving, shows study amid US surge

That mutation is associated with a higher viral load among patients upon initial diagnosis, the researchers found....
Sep 24

China tests nasal spray vaccine for Coronavirus offering double protection

The nasal spray vaccination could generate double protection for vaccine recipients - Influenza and the novel Coronavirus ...
Sep 11

First African Swine Fever case found in Germany

Scientists found swine fever in a dead wild boar near the German-Polish border in the eastern state of Brandenburg, the German agricultural ministry said...
Sep 11

Covid Vaccine Paused ; Trial volunteer had neurological symptoms, says AstraZeneca CEO

Though according to Financial Times the trial will resume next week...
Sep 10

Coronavirus capable of invading brain, says US study

According to the paper, the virus is able to replicate inside the brain, and its presence starves nearby brain cells of oxygen, though the prevalence ...
Sep 10

Antibodies may not guarantee protection from COVID-19, say scientists

Scientists skeptic about antibodies theory and plasma therapy...
Sep 08

5 Things That Could Go Wrong With A Coronavirus Vaccine

According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, a coronavirus vaccine could be ready for distribution within months. ...
Aug 11

Evidence based - Does constant stress leads to a weakened immunity?

Only a couple of dear friends can assist somebody with feeling connected, strong, de-stressed and healthy...
Jun 30

The first COVID vaccine won't prevent infection

As countries emerge warily from lockdowns, leaders are looking to a preventive shot as the route to return to pre-pandemic life...
Jun 16

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears to clear safety hurdle in mouse study

The authors said that they have submitted the work to a top-tier journal...
Jun 15

US firm plans human trials of COVID-19 vaccine in July

This is the barest beginning of preliminary information," said Dr. Gregory Poland, an immunologist and vaccine researcher at the Mayo Clinic...
Jun 13

Fatigue,Brain Fog, long-term effects of COVID-19

The long-term illnesses that can follow viral infections can be devastating - and are devastatingly common....
Jun 02

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