According to the media reports, a 53-year-old vet, who worked with non-human primates in an institution, had dissected two dead monkeys in March. In April, the deceased had shown early-onset symptoms, including vomiting and nausea.
Our gut hosts several microbes that are friendly and essential for our health. Health of our intestine depends on these microbes and to keep gastrointestinal tract in healthy condition, it is important to maintain the gut friendly microbes in good condition. There are many research studies are going on in medical field regarding the gut bacteria. Recently Indian scientists published their findings regarding how the intestinal bacteria behaves and moves in the gut
Vaccines and COVID Appropriate Behavior can help us fight the pandemic.
International yoga day is celebrated on June 21st every year. This year the theme for yoga day is “yoga and well being”. Yoga which helps in wellbeing and mindfulness has shown from time to time that it can only have positive influence on humans.
People in many countries are either getting vaccinated with one shot or fully vaccinated with both shots. If you have any doubts what activities you can participate in if you are fully vaccinated then CDC has given several answers.
ndian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, India has approved the first home testing kit. Using Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) one can now test for Covid by receiving the CoviSelf home testing kit.
Covid survivors in India are getting infected by black fungus. According to the Union Health Ministry the this fungal infection mainly affects people who are on medication and whose immune system is not recovered totally to fight pathogens in the environment.
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