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Health experts have determined that face coverings are a vital tool in reducing the

UN for supporting breastfeeding for healthier planet

UN has urged communities everywhere to “support breastfeeding for a healthier planet” as the

Hepatitis B spread in under-5 children lowest in decades: WHO

World Health Organization (WHO) has said the global prevalence of potentially-deadly hepatitis B in

UK unveils plans to tackle 'obesity time bomb'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to tackle what is being dubbed

Less screen-time reduces health risk: Study

The risk of being caught by diseases like cancer is relatively lower among those

Covid-19: New studies give information what drugs help, hurt

Fresh studies  by British researchers give more information about

Smokers quit in record numbers amid Covid fears

More than one million people have given up smoking since the Covid-19 pandemic hit,

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine enters final stage trial this month

The US biotech firm Moderna said Tuesday it would enter the final stage of

Recovered Covid-19 patients reporting persistent ill health

Child psychiatrist Scott Krakower tested positive for Covid-19 back in mid-April, but three months

Mindfulness meditation helps sleep better at night

Sleep disturbances, like having a hard time falling asleep

WHO studying evidence on airborne Covid-19 transmission

The WHO said Tuesday it would study fresh evidence on airborne transmission of the

Cholesterol-lowering drugs help reduce COVID-19 deaths: Study

Commonly used cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may help reduce the

Depression: The Unknown Peril of Mind

Depression" is it a slow poison that kills us slowly, but surely or is it just an English word that

WHO halts hydroxychloroquine trials on COVID-19 patients

The World Health Organization decided Wednesday to halt trials

Post-pandemic Disaster

 The scenario of post corona period will be certain if time machine can really assume the future. As

Virus patients with high blood pressure twice as likely to die: study

 Patients with high blood pressure admitted to hospital with

'Half of UK struggling with sleep' during lockdown

More than half the UK population has struggled with sleep during the lockdown, a

Genes may leave some people more vulnerable to severe COVID-19

 Why do some people infected with the coronavirus suffer only mild symptoms, while others become deathly ill?Geneticists have been

Virus death risk is higher for ethnic minorities

People from ethnic minorities are at a higher risk of dying from coronavirus, a

WHO suspends trials of hydroxychloroquine as virus treatment

The World Health Organization said on 

COVID-19 : Mental Health of HSC Examinee

"Will our future be certain?" is a recurring question going through every HSC examnee's thoughts right now in

Japan newborn gets liver stem cells in world first

Doctors in Japan have successfully transplanted liver cells derived from embryonic stem cells into

Johnson & Johnson to stop sales of talc-based baby powder in US, Canada

 Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson announced on Tuesday it

Laundry in a time of COVID-19

The world is trembling. The coronavirus pandemic is taking a huge toll on our lives. Over a million has

Rohingyas need urgent eye care access: Study

A study has found that the number of people with operable cataract is three- to

What to know about malaria drug and coronavirus treatment

Some politicians and doctors are sparring over whether to

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