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    World India weighing Russian offer for ‘Sputnik-V’ vaccine trial, manufacturing: official – The Hindu
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    World Coronavirus | Commercial vaccine will take at least 12 months, say officials – The Hindu
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    World Watch | Coronavirus: Can masks protect you? – The Hindu

    The world is running out of masks and other protective equipment against the novel coronavirus, the World Health Organization chief warned on February 7. “The world is facing a chronic shortage of personal protective equipment,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said..... Read more via The Hindu –...
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    World Death toll in China’s coronavirus climbs sharply to 80 with 2,744 confirmed cases – The Hindu

    China continued to reel under deadly coronavirus epidemic on Monday with the death toll due to it sharply rising to 80 amid the country’s National Health Commission reporting 2,744 confirmed cases of the fatal affliction till date. The Commission also termed the condition of the 461 … Read...
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    World Hong Kong declares Wuhan virus outbreak an ’emergency’ – The Hindu

    Hong Kong on Saturday declared a new coronavirus outbreak as an “emergency” — the city’s highest warning tier — as authorities ramped up measures to reduce the risk of further infections. The announcement came as city leader Carrie Lam faced criticism in some quarters over her … Read more...
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    World China coronavirus death toll hits 17, over 470 infected – The Hindu

    Deaths from China’s new flu-like virus rose to 17 on January 22, heightening global fears of contagion from an infection suspected to have come from animals. The previously unknown and contagious coronavirus strain emerged from the central city of Wuhan, with cases now detected as far … Read...
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    World The unravelling of a kidney racket – The Hindu

    Months after the monsoon hit the small town of Saket Nagar in Kanpur last year, Sangeeta Kashyap*, 33, packed her bags for Delhi where she had been promised a good job. She was excited; she had never stepped out of Kanpur before.... Read more via The Hindu – Health –
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    World Pakistan town struggles with surge in HIV infections – The Hindu

    Doctors in a town in Pakistan are struggling to cope with a surge in patients infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, with nearly 700 cases since April, most of them children.... Read more via The Hindu – Health – Get more World News
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    World The dark side of kidney trade – The Hindu

    Some time in April this year, T. Pardhasaradhi, a native of Kurnool and a resident of Kukatpally in Hyderabad, approached the MR Peta Police Station in Visakhapatnam seeking to lodge a complaint stating that he was allegedly .... Read more via The Hindu – Health – Get...
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    General Health Test to spot Alzheimer’s before symptoms occur – The Hindu – Health

    Blood analysis could help detect the disease much in advance. Researchers have developed a test that could help doctors detect Alzheimer’s disease eight years before the first symptoms occur... Read more via The Hindu – Health
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    General Health How depression affects memory – The Hindu – Health

    Forming a memory of people, places, and events is a dynamic process, and many studies have shown that psychiatric disorders such as depression may affect... Read more via The Hindu – Health
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    Metro Doctors notice spurt in cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease – The Hindu

    There has been a hike in cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) this year as compared to 2018. While no definite statistics are available yet, doctors say they are observing at least 10 to 12 new cases every month Read more via The Hindu – Health – Get...
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    General Health Repeat BP check to get it right – The Hindu – Health

    A minimum of 3 measurements in a clinic is recommended... ---- Read more via The Hindu – Health
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    Sexual Health Abortion a right few women are aware of, say doctors – The Hindu

    Many mothers, even in urban India, resort to unsafe methods of termination of pregnancy which at times prove fatal, say doctors... Read more via The Hindu – Health
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    General Health ‘Tobacco vendors targeting children’ – The Hindu – Health

    Study finds them adopting tactics like selling candy and loose cigarettes. A survey of points of sale around schools in three cities of the State found that 88% of tobacco vendors sold eatables such as candy and chips to attract children/youth to their shops. Only four of the 34 points of sale...
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    General Health ‘India remains vigilant against polioviruses’ – The Hindu – Health

    Days after the Union Health Ministry ordered an inquiry into the Type-2 polio virus contamination detected in the vials used for immunisation in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Telangana and ordered for additional immunisation in the three States, the ministry on Wednesday issued a statement...
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    World Setting rare example, Mumbai woman donates bones, skin in death – The Hindu

    In an encouraging example of organ and tissue donation, a family from Kharghar donated the bones of their loved one, apart from her corneas and skin..... Read more via The Hindu – Get more World News
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    World Alcohol intake in India doubles in 16 years – The Hindu News

    Per capita alcohol consumption in India has more than doubled from 2005 to 2016, according to a report by … Read more via The Hindu News – Get more World News
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    Metro Only 40% of mothers breastfeed their babies, says expert – The Hindu

    The statutory message in fine print on baby foods packets and tins read: ‘Breast milk is best for the baby’ and ‘Do not introduce bottled milk or formula feed for the first... Read more via The Hindu – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    World AIDS vaccine offers hope in early trial – The Hindu

    The near 40-year quest for an AIDS vaccine received a hopeful boost on Saturday when scientists announced that a trial drug triggered an immune response in humans and shielded monkeys from infection. Shown to be safe in humans, the candidate vaccine has now advanced to the … Read more via...