- The Covid effect: Half of the world's youth subject to depression and anxiety, shows ILO survey
The survey found that 17% young people across the world are probably affected by depression or anxiety.
- Simple blood test can predict if you are at risk of getting severe coronavirus infection
The test will help identify vulnerable people in need of special precautions to avoid the infection.
- New study shows gargling with mouthwash may inactivate coronavirus, lower spread of Covid-19
High quantities of the virus particles can be detected in the oral cavity and throat of some COVID-19 patients.
- World of odour: How the sense of smell is a constant dimension to our world
- Masala chai, cinnamon green tea can boost immunity. Here's why you need these hot cuppas this season
Cinnamon is a miracle spice which has been around for thousands of years.
- Indian Covid-positive parents in a fix, struggle to find a place to keep their uninfected kids
Such parents are frantically calling up doctors of private and state-run hospitals to get a solution.
- Can kids go back to school? Extent of community spread & safety measures are deciding factors
Children and teens often have only mild illness or no symptoms when infected.
- Mums-to-be, stay safe: Embryos could be vulnerable to coronavirus in second week of pregnancy
If the mother gets sick, it could affect the chances of a successful pregnancy.
- Common cold infection may train the body to recognise and fight coronavirus
The immune system's memory helper T cells recognise the common cold virus.
- Watch your space! Physical distancing can lead to significant reduction in Covid-19 transmission
- Are the kids safe? Children may not be as immune to Covid-19 as we think
Data on children as sources of coronavirus spread are sparse.
- Indians suffering from all-time high stress levels, erratic sleep cycles & depression due to lockdown
Around 43% Indians suffer from depression, says a recent GOQii study.
- Yes, coronavirus can spread through the air. Crucial to keep your home ventilated
Respiratory droplets could remain in the air in a closed environment for about eight to 14 minutes.
- Study says people between ages of 31 and 55 most vulnerable to hepatitis, more men get themselves tested
Conducted by CORE Diagnostics, it released the study on World Hepatitis Day.
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