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Cleaning robot Franzi makes sure floors are spotless at the Munich hospital where she

People aged 30 years and above to get COVID-19 vaccines: DGHS

As part of intensifying nationwide  inoculation drive, the government

World in early stages of COVID-19 third wave: WHO

The world is currently in the early stages of

WHO warns individuals against mixing, matching vaccines

The World Health Organisation's chief scientist has advised individuals

J&J's says its Covid-19 vaccine effectivly combats Delta variant

Johnson and Johnson's single-shot Covid-19 vaccine is effective against

Hair care is important with everything in Covid-19

 When we fight with our body's defence mechanism that is our immune system, or when our immune system becomes

Heart inflammation cases higher in vaccinated young men: US CDC

A higher-than-expected number of young men have experienced heart

Sinovac vaccine approved for emergency use

The Directorate General of Drug Administration has approved the

S Korea logs first case of blood clots linked to AZ shot

South Korea on Monday reported its first case of

WHO approves Sinopharm shot

The World Health Organization announced on Friday it had

For delicate skin of your baby, opt for hundred percent safety

When a baby is conceived, a mother becomes the source of everything the baby needs. Her body does the

Medicine's Holy Grail: Stem cells are our big new hope

 It is, perhaps, time stem cell-based regenerative therapies, the new kid on the block, are regarded and evaluated without

Pneumonia causes 18% childhood deaths in Bangladesh every year

Before turning five every year 24,300 children die frompneumonia in Bangladesh, which is around 18%. The preparedness to

Bringing Doctors Online During a Pandemic

The current doctor-patient ratio in Bangladesh is only 5.26 per 10,000 population, which places the country at the

Diabetic patients are at risk of coronary heart disease

Dr. Muhammad Mahtab Hossain Mazed

Scientists on guard over 'mutant' mink Covid-19

Coronavirus transmission from minks to humans does not necessarily mean the disease will become

With these 10 tips you can quickly get rid of itchy mosquito bites

 You probably already have most of the resources at your disposal.We love it when the sun

Covid: Antibodies fall rapidly after infection

Levels of protective antibodies in people wane "quite rapidly"

Government should reconsider decision: Free PCR tests are a must

 With the government washing its hands of its responsibility for controlling the corona virus pandemic through free tests

US approves remdesivir as COVID treatment drug

The Food and Drug Administration said on Thursday that

Expert: Vaccine trials 'can't detect' virus risk reduction

None of the trials of Covid-19 candidate vaccines can detect a reduction in serious

Doctors with empathy help patients recover faster

Digital Hospital’s doctors trained in empathy, 70% of patients return for more advice. 

Air pollution killed 476,000 newborns in 2019: global study

Air pollution killed 476,000 newborns in 2019, with the

Covid-19 affects brain tissue, memory, language: Study

A Brazilian study released Thursday says Covid-19 can infect brain tissue and affect the

Shrinking tonsils less painful than removal, finds study

A 10-year study by Australian researchers has found that "shrinking" tonsils is significantly less

40 pc of world’s population lack handwashing facilities at home: UNICEF

Forty  percent of the world’s population – or 3 billion people – do not

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