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Teens’ brains altered because of COVID pandemic

Global research has shown that the pandemic has negatively impacted young people’s mental health. Still, we were unsure of what, if anything, physical effects it was having on their brains: David Gotlib. In New Delhi: According to a recent study, pandemic-related stressors may have physically aged adolescents’ brains. According to the survey, the latest findings […]

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Targeted therapies & affordable healthcare – A pressing priority: Experts

New Delhi: The COVID-19 pandemic caught everyone off guard, and healthcare systems worldwide were unprepared to handle this challenge while managing daily healthcare operations. Vikas Dandekar, Editor of ET Prime, moderated the inaugural session on “Building back better: Reset to sustainable and resilient recovery post-pandemic,” which featured experts (Health and Pharma). Prof. Dr. Rajesh Gokhale, […]

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Mental Health Triggers

Are we a Love Sick Generation?

Love is a language everyone talks, but very few understand. For many Millennials & Gen Zs, when it comes to Mental Health; Love & Relationship issues take the maximum mind-space. It may be easier to fall in love but much harder to keep it going. Broken Hearts and shattered dreams are pushing this lovestruck generation onto a ferris wheel of emotions, making them go up-and-down in circles of exhilarating highs and […]

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20 lakh Covaxin doses expiring in January, Officials in Maharashtra push for vaccine production.

According to a health services report, the state once had 34 lakh doses of Covaxin that would have passed by the end of January 2019. Thankfully, 14 lakh of these doses were recently consumed. However, according to officials, about 20 lakh vaccination centers still have trouble locating recipients. Pune: If Covid-19 vaccine coverage is not accelerated, […]

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Pandemic after effect causing a rise in strokes among people in Indore.

Records indicate that it stayed at 687 in 2020–2021 when the district experienced the pandemic’s outbreak, and the first wave was first reported. The cases are reported when patients visit for initial or follow-up care, at various district government facilities of the health department. According to records from the district office of non-communicable diseases, stroke […]

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Pandemic starts to dial down says WHO

The head of the World Health Organization declared on Wednesday that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is near, with global death rates at their lowest point since the new coronavirus first started to spread in March 2020. However, experts point out that the death rate in the US is mainly stable and has not […]

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DCGI approves First Indian intranasal vaccine against COVID-19

Bharat Biotech’s intranasal COVID vaccine gets emergency use authorization from the Drug Controller General of India (DGCI) on Tuesday, informed Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya in a tweet. Bharat Biotech’s ChAd36-SARS-CoV-S COVID-19 (Chimpanzee Adenovirus Vectored) recombinant nasal vaccine is approved by CDSCO for primary immunization against COVID-19 in the 18+ age group for restricted […]

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