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Novavax latest to start human trial of Covid-19 vaccine: How is it different? - Hindustan Times

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A US biotechnology company has become the latest to announce that it has started human trials of a vaccine for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) and hopes to release a proven one this year. Nearly … [+3705 chars]

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WHO suspends study of anti-COVID drug hydroxychloroquine over safety fears - AKIpress

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AKIPRESS.COM - The World Health Organisation it is removing hydroxychloroquine from its global study of potential COVID-19 treatments while it carries out a review of its safety. Last week President… [+799 chars]

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Research reveals gene role in both dementia and severe Covid-19 - The Guardian

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People with a genetic mutation that increases the risk of dementia also have a greater chance of having severe Covid-19, researchers have revealed. The study is the latest to suggest genetics may pl… [+4455 chars]

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WHO warns of 'second peak' in areas where coronavirus declining - India Today

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Countries, where coronavirus infections are declining, could still face an immediate second peak if they let up too soon on measures to halt the outbreak, the World Health Organization said on Monday… [+1834 chars]

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Tips for diabetes patients to manage their blood sugar - The Indian Express

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It is the need of the hour to keep the sugar levels in check for the ones with diabetes as the cases of Covid-19 is increasing speedingly. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock/Pixabay images)If one gets diabete… [+2861 chars]

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COVID-19: Indian-American couple develops low-cost ventilator - The Hindu

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An Indian-American couple has developed a low-cost portable emergency ventilator which is soon to hit the production stage and will be available in India and the developing world at an affordable rat… [+5371 chars]

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Brazil stands by hydroxychloroquine despite WHO decision to suspend trials - India Today

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Brazil's health ministry said Monday it would not change its recommendation to treat coronavirus with hydroxychloroquine, despite the World Health Organization deciding to suspend trials of the drug … [+2478 chars]

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New study suggests COVID-19 immunity might only last 6 months, so how safe are you? - 10 Tampa Bay

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The novel coronavirus has proven to be unpredictable -- its unclear if recovered patients have strong immunity against contracting it again, according to a new study from the University of Amsterdam … [+925 chars]

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WHO suspends clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 treatment - Livemint

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The World Health Organization said on Monday it had temporarily suspended clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for coronavirus.The decision came after a study published in T… [+3214 chars]

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Massive study reveals most common coronavirus symptoms and four main risk factors - BGR

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  • A new study from The BMJ highlights the most common coronavirus symptoms, with a cough and a fever being the top two.
  • The study also found that there are four main risk factors that m… [+2960 chars]

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WHO stops trial of anti-Malarial drug for COVID-19 over safety concerns - Mathrubhumi English

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The World Health Organization said Monday it had "temporarily" suspended clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for COVID-19 being carried out across a range of countries as a… [+1985 chars]

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Worse than COVID-19: This epidemic is a silent, painless killer - Gulf News

Gulf News

The age-standardised comparative prevalence of diabetes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was 18·98%, amongst the highest in the world, while the global comparative prevalence in 2013 was 8·3%, accor… [+5475 chars]

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Strokes in Covid-19 patients: Four studies capture trends - The Indian Express

The Indian Express

A series of papers in the journal Stroke, published by the American Heart Association, examines trends from four countries. (File photo)How frequent, and how severe, are strokes among Covid-19 patien… [+2293 chars]

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Zero benefit of Hydroxychloroquine or Chloroquine in COVID-19, says extensive study - News-Medical.Net

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The purported "game-changer" anti-malarial drug Hydroxychloroquine, which was claimed to be effective in preventing severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and also hel… [+6968 chars]

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WHO Pauses Hydroxychloroquine Trial in COVID-19 Patients Over Safety Concerns - India.com

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New Delhi: The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday suspended the human trials of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, or HCQ, to treat COVID-19 patients due to safety concerns and is being… [+1177 chars]

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Weight loss: 5 key rules to follow when trying to build muscles - Times of India

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What keeps you motivated to work out daily? Is it just to stay fit or build muscles? Most of the people who workout efficiently aim to build muscles - Sculpted abs, well-toned body and strong biceps… [+581 chars]

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Coronavirus: Meatpackers demand Farmer John plant be closed - Los Angeles Times

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The union that represents workers at a Vernon meatpacking plant where at least 153 have come down with COVID-19 called Monday for the immediate closure of the facility, saying there was no evidence m… [+4387 chars]

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Thai researcher eyes affordable, accessible coronavirus vaccine for SE Asia - The Star Online

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BANGKOK: A researcher leading Thailand's push to manufacture a coronavirus vaccine says its aim is to make it cost-effective and accessible to Southeast Asia, and play a part in preventing a supply s… [+1591 chars]

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