- Study shows people are more likely to follow Covid rules when their friends and family do
The study also revealed that people who were particularly bonded to their country were more likely to stick to lockdown rules.
- Time to get the jab, but can Covid-19 vaccines be mixed and matched?
Without any studies, vaccine doses should not be mixed.
- As the world tries to reopen in the new normal, can a smell test screen people for Covid?
The test does not look for the virus itself, rather, it screens for one of Covid-19’s trademark signs.
- WFH takes its toll on corporate India, substance abuse on the rise
- Your burpees will not be in vain. An 11-minute body-weight workout with proven fitness benefits
The study’s findings are reassuring at a time when many of us are relying on short exercise sessions to stay fit.
- Do you wear more than one mask? Would two be better?
A year into the Covid-19 pandemic, the world looks very different.
- Pandemic caused slump in tests and procedures for heart disease, numbers fell by almost two-thirds
The survey found there was a 64% reduction in cardiology diagnostic procedures in March-April 2020 compared with 2019.
- Imbalances in gut bacteria can increase the severity of Covid, hurt immune system
The symptoms of 'long Covid' last for weeks or months beyond the initial illness.
- New study decodes why Covid-19 lasts longer, causes more damage than typical pneumonia
Instead of rapidly infecting large regions of the lung, the coronavirus sets up shop in multiple small areas and hijacks the host's immune cells.
- Health & fitness trends in 2021: Corporate wellness, online gyms & virtual stress management to rule
- 55 per cent Indians above the age of 60 suffer from a chronic disease, shows study
According to the report, around 40% have some form of disability and 20% suffer from mental health issues.
- Lancet study confirms air pollution in India can result in increased risk of pregnancy loss
Pollution above WHO guideline may have contributed to 29% of pregnancy losses.
- New study suggests immunity against novel coronavirus may last for over eight months
The researchers found that virus-specific antibodies do persist in the bloodstream months after infection.
- Patients with severe Covid, secondary blood infections more likely to have altered mental status
Lower percent oxygen saturation and septic shock were some of the other health outcomes.
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