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Can humans get COVID-19 from dogs or cats?

On the basis of the information available to date, the risk of animals spreading Novel Coronavirus to people is considered to be low. In total, all over the world, there are few dogs and cats have  been tested positive in comparison to humans. Cats and dogs are much more likely to get novel coronavirus than their stray peers and…

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Is Delta Variant Increasing Risk to unvaccinated people?

The delta variant is spreading worldwide. Experts think that this type is more infectious than previous variants of the virus. While some vaccinated people have developed novel coronavirus from the delta variant, they seem to have less major symptoms than unvaccinated individuals. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky provided her severest warning…

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What is B.1.617 COVID variant and will vaccines work for it?

The ancestor (proCoV2) virus and its initial descendants arose in China. Now the same virus which originated in Wuhan has different variants in different countries. The research shows that a population of strains with three mutational differences (alpha 1-3) from proCoV2 existed at the time of the first observation of novel coronavirus cases in China.…

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How Effective is the COVID-19 Vaccine?

COVID-19 Vaccine

The arrival of safe and effective novel coronavirus vaccines is a great development in the coronavirus pandemic. There are some recommended vaccines that are in use to help and save people who come in contact with the virus. Here are the names of some the lifesaving jabs for COVID-19: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine: The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is 95% effective in…

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Google to help make vaccines more accessible globally

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the world. As of January 2021, the global cases have exceeded 100 million. Tech giant Google has announced that it will aid in efforts to fight the pandemic amid the highly anticipated rollout of vaccines. During the pandemic, the company has helped provide relevant information that people needed to know.…

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Is the placebo effect a biochemical process?

Around the 1300s, the word ‘placebo’ first emerged in a Latin translation of the Hebrew Bible, with the primary definition ‘to walk’. In the mid of the 1700s, the term placebo started to be used as medical jargon. After a quarter-century of hard work, there are much evidences to show its effect. Give patient a…

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World Health Organization Reveals First-ever global commitment to eliminate Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a preventable disease. It is also curable if detected early and adequately treated. Yet it is the fourth most common cancer among women globally. WHO‘s Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer, launched on 17 November outlines three key steps towards tackling the condition: vaccination, screening and treatment. Successful implementation…

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7 Common Sleep Disorders You Should Be Aware Of

Ever had trouble falling asleep at night but brushed it off due to one reason or another? Or snoring so loudly that your partner complains? It could be a sleep disorder that you could be suffering from.  Check out this list and see if you are suffering from any of these. Get the condition treated…

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