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WHO and Covax Scheme

The World Health Organization (WHO) has criticised what it describes as a "shocking imbalance" in the distribution of coronavirus vaccines between rich and poor...

Second Wave of COVID-19 in India

The number of active cases of COVID-19 has been steadily reducing since late September 2020. It was then that most public places, schools, colleges,...

Can COVID-19 Vaccines Fight Cancer Cells?

Experts say mRNA used in the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines can stimulate your body’s immune system and recognize cancer cells and attach them! What...

Treat Throat Infection at Home

Itching in the throat and soreness of the throat is common symptoms of a throat infection. However, the deadly COVID-19 infection-gives us a lesson...

Universal Mask Policy Reduces The Risk Of COVID-19 Among Healthcare Workers

Henry Ford's early implementation of a universal mask policy in the COVID-19 pandemic. . It associated with reduced risk of acquiring COVID-19 among healthcare...

Milder Effect of COVID on Kids than Adults: Study Says

A recent Australian study gives an insight into the reason for mild COVID in kids and how kids’ immune systems respond to infection with...

COVID Vaccines Vs. The UK COVID Variant

Coronavirus has become an irreplaceable element of our lives in recent times. Scientists and researchers were extensively researching against the virus that caused SARS...

Best Foods to Supercharge Your Immune System

The body's defense mechanism, the immune system aids in the prevention of illnesses, infections, and inflammations as well as the healing process following injuries....

All You Need to Know About New UK Variant of Covid-19

Almost a year after news of a “mystery pneumonia” in China made headlines around the world.The UK public health experts have reported a new...

Things You Can Do To Protect Yourself from New Covid-19 Variants

New and more infectious variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, that were first detected in South Africa and the U.K. have made...