Finally, long awaited Malaria vaccine is here to protect children. In a major medical breakthrough, World Health Organization (WHO) recommended World’ first Malaria vaccine. Also known as RTS,S dubbed Mosquirix is recommended to use for sub-Saharan Africa and other regions where malaria is a common disease. WHO’s this recommendation is based on the results from an ongoing pilot project in Kenay, Malaawi and Ghana that has reached more than 800,000 children.
CDC Health Alert regarding COVID-19 Vaccination for Pregnant People to Prevent Serious Illness And Adverse Outcome of Covid-19
Center For Disease Control- CDC of United States has issued a new health alert this week urging nursing and pregnant women to get Covid-19 vaccine. As per CDC many laboratories confirmed Covid-19 infection in many pregnant women including more than 22,000 hospitalized cases and 161 deaths. Since the pandemic began the highest number of pregnant patients death reported in this year August.
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.
September is the childhood -cancer awareness month. Cancer is a disease in which cells grow and divide with little or no control.
Scientists have come up with a new invention “ needle covered patch”, weight loss fat patch that dissolves body fat wherever we stick it!
Covid -19 vaccine booster shot is, an additional dose of vaccine that is needed to boost the immunity of those whose immunity is compromised. Getting booster shot will give better protection for those who are vulnerable to disease and helps to achieve the immunity. Many vaccines have booster shots (like mumps, rubella, measles etc.).
Melioidosis is a bacterial infection which is a rare disease caused by Burkholdria pseudomallei saprophytic gram-negative bacillus. Another name of Melioidosis is Whitmore’s disease. This infectious disease generally appears in tropical countries like Southeast Asia and Northern Australia.
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.
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