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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) – Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment – Medicircle

Obstructive sleep apnea is a life-threatening disease and is the most common cause of heart diseases like heart attack and stroke if left untreated. ...
Mar 12

Plant-based Milk with Goodmylk

Isn’t it ironic that the country that produces the most milk, India, has 60 to 65% of its population intolerant to lactose? Know more ...
Mar 07

heyy receives $555,000 in pre-seed round

Indian mental health app, heyy has received $555,000 in pre-seed funding round by Wavemaker Partners and Monk’s Hill Ventures along with angel ...
Feb 25

Disco king, Bappi Lahiri dies due to Obstructive Sleep Apnea : Here is all you need to know about it

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a sleep-related breathing disorder. Know more about its symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and available treatment. ...
Feb 16

5 Types of Heart blockage

Know all the types of heart blockage and prevent it. Treatment for heart blockage can be prevented by knowing the type of heart blockage. ...
Feb 11

Ketamine is a short-term effective treatment for some suicidal patients in hospital

Results suggest that some patients hospitalised for severe suicidal ideation could benefit from ketamine ...
Feb 08

China ropes in more countries for its COVID-19 vaccine trials

In recent weeks, officials from Mexico, Bangladesh and Pakistan have been quoted in the media, stating about the trials as a means to gain future ...
Sep 29

UK to infect volunteers with Covid-19 to test vaccines' efficacy

So-called 'human challenge' trials are expected to begin in January at a quarantine facility in London, report says....
Sep 25

UK to host human challenge trials for COVID-19 vaccines

So-called "challenge trials" are expected to begin in January at a quarantine facility in London, the report said....
Sep 24

Airlines look to COVID-19 tests that give results as fast as Pregnancy tests

Unlike laboratory-based molecular tests that have been the staple of health authorities in the pandemic, antigen tests do not require machines to process....
Sep 23

COVID-19 is airbone says scientists

The agency said the guidance, which went up Friday largely without notice until late Sunday, should not have been posted because it was an early ...
Sep 22

Vaccine likely for India in early 2021

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Sep 22

$13,000 fine for breaking Coronavirus rules in England

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said this week that Britain was seeing a second wave of Covid-19, and introduced new restrictions for millions of people ...
Sep 21

Donald trump expects enough COVID-19 vaccines

Claiming "historic progress" with three vaccines in the final stages of development and trials, Trump said at least 100 million doses...
Sep 19

Russia approved 1st COVID-19 drug for sale

Coronavir's approval as a prescription drug follows the green light for another Russian COVID-19 drug, Avifavir, in May...
Sep 19

Trump counters CDC chief on vaccine timeline

We're very close to that vaccine as you know... We think we can start sometime in October" or shortly thereafter, Donald Trump said....
Sep 17

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

Novavax aims for 2 Billion COVID vaccine doses with India's Deal

As part of the expanded agreement, Serum Institute will also manufacture the antigen component of the vaccine dubbed NVX-CoV2373....
Sep 16

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

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

Vaccine safety top priority, says WHO as AstraZeneca pauses study

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Sep 09

As virus cases rise, India faces human, economic catastrophe

The 35-year-old tutor started feeling feverish in April, while bringing his father home from a chemotherapy appointment in the Indian financial capital...
Sep 08

UNICEF to lead COVID vaccines for low income Countries

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is the world's largest single vaccine buyer, procuring more than 2 billion doses of various vaccines annually ...
Sep 07

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