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Ebola cases had jumped to 16 people in Uganda & WHO say its less transmissible

Uganda said on Sunday that the number of Ebola cases had jumped to 16 people, while another 18 people were also believed to have...

India addressing global challenge of climate change with NDCs reducing emission intensity by 33-35% in 2030

Jitendra Singh, who leads India's joint high-level ministerial delegation of the Ministry of Power, New and Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Science and...

The head of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that the end of the pandemic is now in sight

If rich nations think the pandemic is over, they should help lower-income countries reach that point too, a top World Health Organization official said....

Detecting the cancer microenvironment become much easier with the help of new molecular biosensor

Detecting the cancer microenvironment may soon become much easier with the help of a new molecular biosensor recently developed by a team of scientists....

India has won a UN award for its ‘India Hypertension Control Initiative (IHCI)

In a major achievement and recognition of the country's efforts in the fight against hypertension, India has won a UN award for its 'India...

Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, today released the IIT Madras Strategic Plan 2021-27

The Union Minister for Education and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, today released the IIT Madras Strategic Plan 2021-27, which outlined an...

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has tested positive for COVID-19

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been ruled out of the three Twenty20 internationals at home against Australia,...

Congress is reviving its outreach to the people with its Bharat Jodo Yatra mass contact programme

The Congress is reviving its outreach to the people with its Bharat Jodo Yatra mass contact programme, senior party leaders are busy with other...

Sea Beach Cleanup was conducted on all sea beaches along India’s 7,500 km coastline and thousands of volunteers took part

Union Minister of State (IC) Ministry of Science and Technology; Minister of State (IC) Department of Earth Sciences; MoS of the Prime Minister's Office...

Shri Narendra Modi released wild cheetahs which have become extinct in India in the Kuno National Park

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today released wild cheetahs - which have become extinct in India - in the Kuno National Park. The cheetahs...

Australian weather forecasters warned of severe flooding in parts of New South Wales

 Australian weather forecasters on Saturday warned of possible severe flooding in parts of New South Wales as much of the country braces for unusually...

Chinese city of Chongqing reported one case of monkeypox infection

The Chinese city of Chongqing on Friday reported one case of monkeypox infection in an individual who arrived from abroad, the first known monkeypox...

NASA and Google have expanded an existing partnership to help local governments improve air quality monitoring

NASA and Google have expanded an existing partnership to help local governments improve air quality monitoring and forecasting for better decision-making. The expanded collaboration...

Nigeria will work with the Serum Institute of India to start local production of vaccines

Nigeria will work with the Serum Institute of India to start local production of vaccines used in national immunization programmes, Health Minister Osagie Ehanire...

Scientists have discovered how polluted air triggers lung cancer

Scientists said on Saturday they had identified the mechanism by which air pollution triggers lung cancer in non-smokers, a discovery one expert hailed as...

Dr Jitendra Singh said that the healthcare sector in India is expected to grow to $50 billion by 2025

Union Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions,...

Online sale/delivery of firecrackers will be banned in Delhi by January 1,2023

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said on Wednesday that the manufacture, sale and use of all types of firecrackers will be banned in the...

First intranasal Covid vaccine “iNCOVACC”  for emergency use in adults made by Bharat Biotech

THE NATIONAL medicines regulator has given the green light to the country's first intranasal Covid vaccine for emergency use in adults, the government said...

FSSAI has issued notices to several restaurants for not listing the calorie count of food items on menus

The country's top food regulator, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), has issued notices to several restaurants for not listing the...

6,809 new coronavirus infections were reported daily in India

As 6,809 new coronavirus infections were reported in the day, India's total number of COVID-19 cases rose to 4,44,56,535, while active cases fell to...

World Coconut Day 2022 & 10 ways you can add this tropical fruit to your diet

World Coconut Day 2022: Coconut is a very popular tropical fruit that is widely used in various dishes in our kitchens, giving them a...

Dr Jitendra Singh announces India’s first indigenously developed vaccine, ‘CERVAVAC’ to prevent cervical cancer

Union Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions,...

55-year-old woman who suffered a severe head injury recently donated her vital organs to AIIMS

The family of a 55-year-old woman who suffered a severe head injury recently donated her vital organs to AIIMS on Tuesday, helping to save...

NCG set up the Koita Center for Digital Oncology to promote the tools to improve cancer care across India

The National Cancer Grid (NCG) has set up the Koita Center for Digital Oncology (KCDO) to promote the use of digital technologies and tools...

China still requires international travelers to undergo pre-departure COVID-19 tests

China still requires international travelers to undergo pre-departure COVID-19 tests and quarantine upon arrival, the customs office said on Friday, a day after it...

Research reveal bacterial species Clostridioides difficile which causing serious diarrheal infections

The bacterial species Clostridioides difficile, or C. diff, which is well known for causing serious diarrheal infections, can also cause colorectal cancer, according to...

Rare type of liver cancer found in mice by Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered the cell of origin of mixed...

Jodhpur’s IIT & AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae cause infection

Researchers at Jodhpur's IIT and AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae, a major cause of hospital-acquired infection, and found that it forms...

China said that COVID-19 has contributed to a decline in the country’s marriage and birth rates

China's National Health Commission has said that COVID-19 has contributed to a decline in the country's marriage and birth rates, which has accelerated in...

ADB & Government of India signed a $96.3 million loan agreement to provide safe drinking water in Himachal Pradesh

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India today signed a $96.3 million loan agreement to provide safe drinking water and improve...

Evolution of Life: New study have been proposed the mystery of evolution of sexual reproduction

Two new hypotheses have been proposed that address the "double price of sex": one of the greatest mysteries in the evolution of sexual reproduction....

U.S. Centers no longer recommend quarantines or trial stay programs in schools or day

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will no longer recommend quarantines or trial stay programs in schools or day care centers for...

South Korea’s Unification Ministry said about causing the isolated country’s COVID outbreak

"We strongly regret that North Korea has repeatedly made baseless claims about the path of COVID and made very disrespectful and threatening remarks," the...

Sports Focus: Virat Kohli is one of the best players in the last 10 years said by Hafeez

Team India has performed spectacularly in the West Indies tour so far. While the side secured a 3-0 ODI series win over the Windies...

Health Focus: Ministry of Ayush has signed an MoU with the Ministry of Railways to introduce Ayush systems in five railway hospitals

The Ministry of Ayush has signed an MoU with the Ministry of Railways to introduce Ayush systems in five railway hospitals, leading to the...

Health Focus: South Africa’s health regulator announced a causal link between the death of an individual&Covid-19 vaccine

South Africa's health regulator on Thursday announced a causal link between the death of an individual and Johnson & Johnson's (J&J) Covid-19 vaccine, the...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the high rate of heart attack or stroke remains high after infection with Covid19 effected peoples

Doctors have reported cardiovascular problems related to COVID-19 during the pandemic, but concern about the problem grew after the results of a VA study...

Health Focus: Indian-American researcher identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer

scientists, including an Indian-American researcher, have identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer, giving hope to patients who have become resistant to...

Space Focus: Scientists found new places on moon surface, where always ‘sweater weather’ experienced

Future human explorers on the moon may have 99 problems, but staying warm or cold will be no problem. A team led by UCLA...

Economy Focus: The budget of the Department of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare (DA&FW) has been increased to Rs. 124,000 crore

The Government of India is constantly working to increase agricultural productivity, farmers' income and their welfare in a sustainable manner. Accordingly, the budget of...

Health Focus: New genetic disease slows children’s brain development.

Scientists have discovered a new genetic disease that causes abnormal brain growth in some children and delays intellectual development. Most people with this disease,...

Health Focus: The WHO declared monkeypox a global health emergency & Europe is the epicenter of the outbreak

The World Health Organization has activated the highest level of alert for a growing monkeypox outbreak, declaring the virus a public health emergency of...

Weather Focus: Heat waves are forecast to return to China over the next 10 days

Heat waves are forecast to return to China over the next 10 days after a brief respite, with high temperatures expected from east to...

Health Focus: WHO identified new component that can weakly disrupt the bacterial membrane

A new component that can weakly disrupt the bacterial membrane and thus counter bacterial resistance to multiple classes of antibiotics may help restore the...

Environment Focus: Latest biodiversity survey reveals that the much more biome species are in-danger with extinction than the thought previously

With millions of plant and animal species scattered across every biome on the planet, biodiversity is a complex subject. Experts from around the world...

Health Focus: What is Marburg Virus, their symptoms and what we need to know about this virus?

Marburg virus is the cause of Marburg virus disease (MVD), a disease with a mortality rate of up to 88%, but with good patient...

Health Focus: Ghana has confirmed its first two cases of the deadly “Marburg virus” which may be as deadly as Ebola

Ghana has confirmed its first two cases of the deadly Marburg virus, a highly infectious disease in the same family as the virus that...

Health Focus: Why a vaccine hub and its distribution should must succeed at low-income froup of countries: Nature New Study

Scientists have developed vaccines against a new disease in less than 12 months. And yet, 18 months after the first of these COVID-19 vaccines...

Health Focus: Indian researchers found that Covaxin induces strong immune memory against SARS-CoV-2

The researchers found that Covaxin, an inactivated whole-virion vaccine, induces strong immune memory against SARS-CoV-2 and variants of concern that persists for at least...

Health Focus: The detection of the bacteria that caused cholera in a student in China through softshell turtles at a food market

A food market where samples of softshell turtles tested positive for a pathogen capable of causing cholera has been disinfected, local authorities announced late...

Health Focus: Around 25 million children around the world missed out on routine vaccinations that protect against life-threatening diseases

Around 25 million children around the world missed out on routine vaccinations that protect against life-threatening diseases last year, as the knock-on effects of...

Health Focus: IISc Banglore scientists developed new technology by which Virus of Covid19 can be inactivated

Researchers have announced the design of a new class of synthetic peptides that can not only block the entry of the SARS-CoV-2 virus into...

Technology Focus: Machine learning technology can help researchers accomplish scientific tasks more quickly and effectively

Big data has well and truly arrived. But for all its enormous potential, it presents unprecedented challenges to researchers in the field. "Scientists, from...

Health Technology Focus: Scientists have discovered that the cancer-causing virus Epstein Barr Virus

Scientists have discovered that the cancer-causing virus Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) can infect neuronal cells and drive various changes in biomolecules such as fatty...

Health Focus: Pandemic is not over, we are entering a third wave in Australia

Australia said on Thursday it would extend the release of a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine from next week as it faces an increase...

Health Focus: WHO said more than 6,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported from 58 countries

More than 6,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported from 58 countries in the current outbreak, the World Health Organization said. The UN will...

Health Focus: Covid-19 Pandemic is not over, we are entering a third wave in Australia

Australia said on Thursday it would extend the release of a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine from next week as it faces an increase...

Climate change Focus: Global Climate Change impacting lakes evaporation at a large scale than thought previously at global scale

Led by Dr. Huilin Gao, an associate professor in the Zachry Department of Social and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University, researchers have created...

Historical Focus: A study reveals the lice emerged more than 90 million years ago, a parasite crawled from a bird to an ancestor of...

There was a time, at least 90 million years ago, when mammals were free of lice. But it did not last long. The ancient...

Global Focus: Turkey has conducted three incursions into northern Syria since 2016

Iran is working to find a political solution so that Turkey does not invade northern Syria, Foreign Minister Hossein Amirab dollahian said on Saturday...

Health Focus: India’s Pharma Vision 2047 and roadmap for the Indian pharmaceutical sector

Let's move from 'Volume' to the "Value" leadership to capture the global drug market. It is time to gather information from the world's leading...

Environment Focus: 11 million tonnes of plastic waste flows into the ocean each year

About 11 million tons of plastic waste flows into the sea each year, according to UN. On International Plastic Bag Free Day, statistician Stephanie...

Health Focus: Novavax expects additional preclinical data on shots tailored against the fast-spreading Omicron

Novavax Inc said on Friday (July 1) that it expects to provide the Covid-19 vaccine targeting Omicron in the fourth quarter as it accelerates...

Sports Focus: Sanju Samson’s exclusion from the 2nd and 3rd T20 vs England

Fans were shocked after Sanju Samson was not included in India's T20I squad for the second and third matches of the England series and...

Economy Focus: NITI Aayog highlights that green hydrogen can substantially spur industrial carbonization and economic growth

A new report released today by NITI Aayog highlights that green hydrogen can substantially spur industrial carbonisation and economic growth for India in the...

Artificial Intelligence Focus: Relationship between AI with greenhouse gas emissions, and ways to better align AI with climate change goals

As the world struggles with climate change, will increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) be a help or a hindrance? climate change, and public...

Nature Focus: Mystery of aging of the living organism is revealed by scientist focused on aging in reptiles and amphibians

At 190 years of age, the Seychelles giant tortoise recently made headlines for being "the world's oldest living animal." Although, rare evidence such as...

Governance Focus: 13 ALH MK-III aircraft inducted in the Indian Coast Guard in a phased manner at Porbandar and Gujarat

The 835 Squadron (CG), an indigenous Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) MK III, was commissioned by the Indian Coast Guard at its Air Enclave in...

Economy Focus: India is in the process of unveiling the “Blue Economic Policy of India”: Dr. Jitendra Singh

India today reassured the international community that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi it is committed to protecting at least 30% of "our" territories, water...

Disaster Focus: The adverse impacts of littered single use plastic items plastic on both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems

In line with the explicit request of the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, to abolish the once-used 2022 plastic materials, the...

Environment Focus: How single use plastic is harmful to the environment & bio- ecosystem and Approach of government of India to ban single use...

One-used plastic, also known as disposable plastic, is bad, Even if a plastic object is marked as non-recyclable, if it is designed to be...

Ocean Research Focus: Nature Editorial Report says that the world leaders have now realized the importance of ocean resource and promised to protect the...

Three billion people need the ocean to sustain themselves but climate change and industrial pollution mean that there are now more than 700 ‘dead’...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the Clinical trials for an mRNA vaccine called ARCoV are under way in China

China is approaching the approval of its first mRNA vaccine to protect people from COVID-19. In a small clinical study, a Chinese vaccine has...

Economy Focus: What is Gig Economy and Gig Workers: how Gig platform and its database can boost India’s economic growth?

Gig economy, in this economy large number of people work part-time or in temporary positions or as private contractors. The result of the gig...

Animal Focus: Study reveals that the desires are more prominent in female’s than the males

Among the many reasons men may have a craving for women at least when it comes to bad skin inflammation women women have very...

World News: North Africa are already struggling with the higher cost of food imports

Warming and fires are destroying grain crops in Tunisia, and predictions of a farmers' union will not meet government expectations. The North Africa country...

Disaster Focus: What is chemical hazards and how the cases of chemical hazards cases has increased in India in the last decade

A chemical hazard is a (non-biological) substance that has the potential to harm health or well-being. Chemicals are widely used in the home and...

Health Focus: Under Pradhan Mantri Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission Rs. 404 crore to upgrade medical infrastructure in Tamil Nadu

Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya on a two-day trip to Tamilnadu and Puducherry, visited the Tamilnadu Multi Super Specialty Hospital...

India skipper Rohit Sharma has tested positive for Covid-19

India captain Rohit Sharma was tested for Covid-19 in a Rapid Antigen test on Saturday. The captain is currently being held alone in a...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the cases of hepatitis among children remain less in the U.S.A, but emerging of coronavirus impact increased the hepatitis...

In the months since UK doctors voiced their outcry over the mysterious incidence of smallpox that appeared to affect young children, researchers have been...

Medical Research Focus: scientists have found New Drug Which Can Help Stop Depression, Anxiety, Brain Injury, And Mental Disorders

The preclinical drug works by blocking the kinase Cdk5 found in mature neurons. Cdk5 has long been linked to psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders, but...

Disaster Focus: Use of pesticides and chemicals for Growing Crops in India and its impact on Human Health and fertile Soil

The term pesticide includes a variety of compounds including pesticides, fungicides, pesticides, rodenticides, molluscicides, nematicides, plant growth regulators and more. Pesticide production began in...

China has said it will “fight to the end” to Stop Taiwan from declaring independence

Colonel Shi Yi, a spokesman for the Eastern Theater Command of the People's Liberation Army, said they strongly opposed the actions of the United...

Health Focus: New research shows that how the over-weight problem emerged in USA over the past decades and how the obesity epidemic grows

A new study published by science researchers reveals sensitive, rare data describing the prevalence of obesity in the United States more than 13,800 -...

Health Focus: African researchers have been warning about Monkeypox outbreaks for years. As vaccines are deployed globally, they are in worry that it will...

Following last month's menopause outbreak in countries such as Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom - where the outbreak rarely occurs - a quick,...

Pollution focus: How e-waste is producing large volume of digital garbage in the Digital Space and how E-waste is impacting to the Environment  

E-waste is any discarded electrical or electronic items. This includes functional and broken items that are thrown in the trash or donated to a...

Research Focus: Bibliometric analysis study shows that the inequality in research is rising up: Nature Career Feature

Vida Maralani began her work of learning that education is the key to social and economic development and reducing inequality, as she had been...

Health Focus: COVID-19, linked to more than 200 symptoms in long-term COVID-19 situations in which people are experiencing symptoms

Clinical epidemiologist Ziyad Al-Aly has access to a wealth that many researchers can only dream of: millions of sets of electronic medical records from...

Scientific Database focus: The study says that the database is an integral part of any research and researchers always says the database will be...

The majority of health and health researchers who declare their willingness to share data on the back of journal articles do not respond to...

Ageing of humans is long-lasting problem which, Scientist are Working on. Why it became a big problem for humans

The population grows rapidly, the proportion of people under the age of 20 over the age of 65 declines, from 9.3 in 1950 to...

Human biology focus: The human microbiome need to know more, not yet explored enough

This week marks the tenth anniversary of the first major biological study of the human body, by the Human Microbiome Project (HMP) Consortium, of...

Coronavirus focus: UAS-FDA has issued emergency approval for the COVID-19 vaccine for children five years of age and younger

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued emergency approval for the COVID-19 vaccine for children five years of age and younger. Considering...

Nature Focus: How covid19 impacted the animal life on the earth and it changed the ecosystem of nature

Lockdown and atmospheric environment In a closed period due to limited domestic activities, there are fewer industrial activities and less motor movement; air pollution is...

Climate Science Focus: Study reveals that Central Asia’s terrain is transforming into a deserted region and worse effected by Climate change

With global temperatures rising, the desert climate has spread northward about 100 miles to parts of Central Asia since the 1980's, a meteorological...

Governance Focus: How the Modi Govt. is providing equal opportunity to all sections of the Society with their social welfare schemes

Women-led development has been a major theme in the Modi government since the NDA was elected to office in 2014. The Modi government has...

How many Vaccines developed for COVID19 in the world and its role in fight against the spread of Corona Virus globally

Scientists around the world are working faster to develop and develop vaccines that could halt the spread of COVID-19, many of which are now...

Health Focus: Scientists have successfully developed ultra-thin monolayer protein films consisting of two globular proteins

In the past, several modifications of these protein films with the help of heteroprotein complexes had to be reported by different research groups. These...

Governance Focus: India’s Cumulative COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage exceeds 195.35 Cr

since beginning of COVID-19 Vaccination drive, Indian governments has taken various proactive measures to exceed it. At present the cumulative COVID-19 Vaccination  coverage has...

Health Focus: The “yoga”: practice of happy life and how it helps in decreasing the disease

The practice of yoga emphasizes the importance of being present and of feeling at peace with your mind and body. So incorporating it into...

Health Focus: Yoga is helping people from different walks of life

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has said that Yoga practices have gained tremendous popularity globally. He also added that, people from different walks...

Health Focus: Rename monkeypox to eliminate geographical discrimination, researchers said

The term “hMPXV A.1” may not come from a language, but a prominent, international group of researchers argue that something like it should replace...

Health Focus: How did human health get affected during Covid19 and its longterm impacts on the society

The UK National Health Service lists twelve symptoms of COVID-19 in adults, from odor loss to high fever. Even people who are mild-tempered and...

Health Focus:COVID-19 resulted in a major economic loss globally: answers begin to emerge

Researchers are finally making progress in understanding how the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causes odor loss. And a number of potential therapies are still being tested,...

Health Focus: Unions Minister of Trade Launches “ESIC Yoga Fortnight” and this year “World Yoga Day” will be “Yoga for Humanity”

Shri Bhupender Yadav, Minister of Labor & Employment and Environment, Forestry and Climate Change, unveiled 'ESIC Yoga Fortnight' at ESIC Hospital, Basaidarapur, New Delhi,...

Health Focus: Novavax says US vaccines for COVID19 to be produced by Indian Serum Institute: USFDA

A panel of foreign vaccine specialists voted 21-0 on one vaccination for those 18 years and older after discussing whether the benefits of shooting...

Health Focus: COVID-19 increases the risk of a psychiatric diagnosis in the months following infection

In the current study, researchers used National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) data to compare 46,610 people with COVID-19 with patients diagnosed with a different...

Health and Governance Focus: World Bank Report: COVID-19 Reduces Progress in Achieving global energy and Power goals

The COVID-19 epidemic has been a major factor in delaying progress in achieving global power. Worldwide, 733 million people still do not have access...

Health Focus: Surprising to the eye: Long-lived T-cells guard the cornea

Live-cell imaging of the transparent cornea of ​​the eye reveals an amazing resident - specialized body cells that surround the tissues, ready to attack...

A Japanese study shows that women are more likely to develop skin rashes on the Moderna shot

A study conducted in Japan found that women are more likely than men to have side effects such as rashes after the first dose...

The health center confirms the spread of Monkeypox on the community in England

Monkeypox appears to be spreading from person to person in England, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said on Wednesday.The most common infectious disease,...

Health Focus: Will gene therapy come back? Scientists and doctors are trying to make it safer

After years of frustration, genetic research has been revived, with the approval of a few high-quality drugs and a series of promising clinical trial...

Health Focus: Brain patrols, how special antibodies protect our gray matter

The brain is the body's authority, and it receives protection in accordance with its superior nature. Its cells live longer and are protected within...

Health Focus: the eradication of sleep apnea continues in 2021 despite COVID-19

Progress towards the global eradication of the human transmission of trypanosomiasis (HAT) of the African people, also known as sleep apnea, is underway, after...

Health Focus: The biggest impact of tobacco on the environment is ‘harmful’: WHO

The tobacco industry is far more dangerous than many realize as it is one of the major pollutants in the world, from the abandonment...

Health Focus: Monkeypox Outbreaks:  main key questions researchers have

It has been three weeks since public health officials confirmed the monkey case in the United Kingdom. Since then, more than 400 confirmed or...

The Nigerian CDC has confirmed 21 cases of monkeypox this year

Nigeria has confirmed 21 cases of monkeys since the beginning of the year with one death reported, the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC)...

Monkeypox poses a significant risk to public health : WHO

The World Health Organization said Sunday that monkey pox poses a "limited risk" to public health worldwide after reports were reported in countries where...

Steps to change the rules of global health emergencies adopted at the WHO meeting

Countries around the world on Saturday adopted the first US-led change in the law on epidemics, known as the International Health Regulations (IHR), the...

More than 200 cases have been confirmed or suspected of  a monkeypox

Trivitron Healthcare, a medical device company based in Chennai, said it had developed a real-time RT-PCR-based kit to detect the hermypox virus. A four-color...

‘One-Nation – One Health System is the need of Hour’ Function is  organized by the ArogyaBharati : Madhya Pradesh

The President of India, Shri Ram NathKovind has addressed the issue of 'One Nation - One Health Plan for the Hour' organized by ArogyaBharati...

Intellectual Property waiver on the establishment of COVID-19 is unnecessary and dangerous

In two years, biopharmaceutical companies have gone from zero to the $ 13 billion COVID-13 vaccine produced. They have worked across the industry and...

Health Focus: Why the outbreak of the bird flu that has never been seen in the world affects scientists

An infectious and deadly strain of bird flu virus has infected tens of millions of domestic birds throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America....

Focus Research: Eating eggs can improve Heart health study indicates

Researchers have shown how limited egg consumption can increase the amount of healthy heart metabolite in the blood, publishing their results today on eLife....

Public Health Authority declares redid ABHA portable application to oversee wellbeing records under Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission

The redid Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) portable application offers added functionalities and another User Interface (UI) for further developed ease of use The National...

New exploration recognizes a formerly obscure cycle that explains why comparable pain relievers, for example, ibuprofen and headache medicine produce a scope of clinical...

Non-steroidal mitigating drugs (NSAIDs) are generally used to treat agony and irritation. In any case, even at comparable portions, various NSAIDs can meaningfully affect...

The number of Monkey Pox cases will increase worldwide: WHO

As of Saturday, 92 confirmed cases and 28 suspected monkey cases have been reported from 12 non-infected countries, the UN said, adding that it...

The Health is real wealth proved during the Covid-19 epidemic: How our lives have been stolen by COVID-19?

How do you calculate the cost of an epidemic? COVID-19 has killed an estimated 15 million people since its release in late 2019, but...

CCI authorizes integration with Covidshield Technologies integration into Biocon Biologics

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) authorizes the merging of Covidshield Technologies in Biocon Biologics to acquire approximately 15% of equity shares of Biocon...

Travellers from the United States will no longer need RT-PCR testing in China

China has lifted some of the requirements for COVID-19 testing for people flying from countries such as the United States and shortened pre-departure trips...

Shanghai explains the plan to relaunch the norm in June

After being dragged into the closed COVID-19 area for more than six weeks, Shanghai on Monday finally saw a glimmer of hope as the...

Covid-19 could be the source of undiagnosed cases of hepatitis in children: a study

It is possible that infected children, many of whom are too young to be vaccinated, may have Covid-19 infections that are mild or have...

India is focused on food security and ensuring food security

The government has said the decision to ban wheat exports will regulate food prices, strengthen food security in India and countries facing shortages, and...

South Africa’s new COVID cases fall to 10,000 for the first time since January

The National Institute for Communicable Diseases South Africa on Wednesday reported that 10 017 young people were infected with COVID-19, and on the first...

Emissions are reduced from the COVID-19 epidemic: Dramatic decline in air pollution

Global gas emissions reached a record high of more than 35 Gt CO2 in 2019. Widespread disruption of human activities and energy consumption caused...

China launches 1st consecutive global trial of a specific Omicron vaccine

China on Monday unveiled the world's first health survey on a series of Omicron vaccine tests in Central Hunan Province. It will test vaccine...

Research: Community living close to frequent burns areas can increase the risk of lung and brain cancer

A new study from McGill University finds high incidence of lung and brain cancer in people exposed to fire. The study, which tracks more...

Omicron’s relatives BA.4 and BA.5 are behind the new COVID-19 wave in South Africa

About six months after South African researchers identified the Omicron coronavirus, two of the game-changing shoots have once again caused an increase in COVID-19...

Minerals can be key to healing damaged tissue

All species, from bacteria to humans, can be reborn. Regeneration is guided by molecular mechanisms that control gene expression to regulate tissue regeneration, recovery,...

Department of Pharmaceuticals is to promote Indian pharma sector as the global leader

The vision of the Department of Pharmaceuticals is to promote the Indian medical industry as a world leader in high quality medicines and to...

World Health Organization estimates that the 15 million excess pandemic deaths worldwide

An estimated 15 million people died during the first two years of the COVID-19 epidemic, new figures from the World Health Organization (WHO) suggest....

Climate change will force the encounters of new animals and increase the outbreak of the virus

Over the next 50 years, climate change could lead to more than 15,000 new cases of mammals transmitting the virus to other mammals, according...

Indian medicine and pharmaceutical have registered sharp growth, exports of USD 24.4 Bn

Indian pharmacy sales have seen a growth of 103% from 2013-14, from Rs. 90, 415 Crores in 2013-14 to Rs. 1,83,422 Crores in 2021-22....

No person can be forced to get vaccinated against COVID-19 :Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that no one could be compelled to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and asked the Institute to disclose the...

India manages more than 189.23 COVID vaccine doses under Nationwide Vaccination Drive

More than 189 crore 23 lakh COVID vaccines have been donated to the country to date under Nationwide Vaccination Drive. The Department of Health...

Chief Justice NV Ramana says India is back in court with 40 million cases

Chief Justice NV Ramana on Saturday (April 30) said India had a deficit of 40 million cases in the lower courts. We have 20...

India Records 3,377 New Covers For COVID-19, Covid-60 Dies In 24 Hours: Center

Active cases accounted for 0.04 percent of total cases, and the national COVID-19 detection rate was recorded at 98.74 percent, the department said.India has...

Prime Minister speaks at the opening of Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital in Fiji

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