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Who is at risk for HIV? – Medicircle

HIV can affect anyone. However, certain high-risk groups are at higher risk of contracting HIV infection. Let's get deeper and more reliable information ...
Feb 28

Inspiring journey of Sheenu Jhawar from operating a 50-bed hospital to a 500-bed facility - Medicircle

Know more about the journey and key learnings of Sheenu Jhawar of Apex Hospitals and ACE Vision Health Consultants. Her story will help future entrepreneurs ...
Feb 23

India’s first Light Sanitizer kills 99.9% coronavirus and causes 0% harm to humans | Medicircle

Dilip Patil and Dr Rajvi Mehta from TRIVECTOR BIOMED talked about their product - FAR UVC Technology or Light Sanitiser to protect against coronavirus and other ...
Feb 22

Indian Startups that can help eradicate nutritional deficiencies

One-third of the world’s stunted kids reside in India along with one-fourth of the world’s anaemia patients. Learn about the Indian ...
Feb 16

Pankaj Srivastava is reforming medical tourism with ClinicSpots, a platform for medical queries

ClinicSpots is a medical Q & A portal focused on medical value travel for international patients to India. They provide end-to-end assistance, hand-holding ...
Feb 07

All you need to know about new variants of corona

There are many questions in the minds of people regarding the new strain of coronavirus (COVID-19 new variant) because very few people know about ...
Feb 04

Antarctica is still free of Covid-19. Can it stay that way?

Since Antarctica can only be reached through a few air gateways or via ship, the attempt to prevent the virus from reaching the continent should ...
Sep 29

COVID-19 and conflict, a double battle for humanitarian workers

The conflicts and battles have added an extra edge to the Humanitarian workers in Ukraine. An understanding from one of the WHO volunteers ...
Sep 24

WHO reports highest weekly COVID-19 cases worldwide

From 14 through 20 September, there were almost 2 million new cases of COVID-19, the WHO said in a situation report late on Monday....
Sep 23

Record weekly number of global COVID-19 cases, deaths down: WHO

In a fresh global update, the World Health Organization said late Monday that during the week ending on September 20, 1,998,897 new cases ...
Sep 22

WHO endorses protocol for Coronavirus herbal medicine trials

Covid-19 has raised the issue of using traditional medicines to battle contemporary diseases, and the endorsement clearly encouraged testing...
Sep 21

Moderna, Pfizer share COVID-19 vaccine trial blueprints

Pfizer, the other American company currently carrying out Phase 3 trials in the US, followed suit a short time later and there is now added ...
Sep 18

AstraZeneca resumes COVID-19 vaccine trials in South Africa

AstraZeneca has resumed COVID-19 vaccine trials in South Africa, more than a week after tests were paused due to serious side effects...
Sep 17

Pandemic has caused 37 Million to extreme poverty

The report said the "widest-ranging catastrophe" - the one that has hit every country regardless of the actual spread of the disease - is economic....
Sep 16

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial in US on hold

AstraZeneca on Saturday said it had restarted its trial in Britain after regulators completed their review of a serious side effect in one trial participant ...
Sep 15

Immunity is important then vaccines

The coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is the latest in a procession of new infectious diseases that have surprised the world in recent years...
Sep 15

A spike in cases in France

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Sep 12

UK to open universities with updated COVID-19 guidelines

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock told the House of Commons on Thursday that he wants students to be careful not to pass on coronavirus to ...
Sep 11

COVID-19 genome sequencing laboratory network launches in Africa

With several African countries now expanding COVID-19 testing, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) ...
Sep 11

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

Oxford trials pause could disrupt closely-watched race for vaccine

The pause stemmed from a standard review of the company's vaccine trials after one person developed an unexplained illness, AstraZeneca said in a statement....
Sep 09

Decisive and timely: Mauritius response curbs COVID-19 : WHO

A WHO report on efforts by Mauritius to curbs COVID-19...
Sep 05

UN projects female poverty on a rise amid COVID-19

The report, "From Insights to Action: Gender Equality in the wake of COVID-19", said that the gender poverty gap will worsen further still in ...
Sep 03

WHO emergency authorization of COVID-19 vaccine needs extra care

The head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said he would be willing to bypass the normal approval process to authorise a COVID-...
Sep 01

Togo ends sleeping sickness as a public health problem

Togo emerged victorious when they overcame a sleeping sickness. Its the first African country....
Aug 31

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