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Trials of Novavax work

US biotechnology major Novavax on Wednesday said two large phase-3 trials of its Covid -19 vaccine being manuf...

US pharmacies to pay $650 million

The Ohio ruling is the first to target CVS, Walmart and Walgreens, ordering them to pay hundreds of millions o...
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Long in Transit

How long does menopause actually last? And how do you know when, or if, you are done? The “pause” ...

Quantum of Exercise

There are all kinds of practical and impractical advice in the media and from doctors on how to live a long an...

Good notes

Parimal, 35, had suffered a serious brain injury in a bike accident. He survived but with memory, attention, n...

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Opinion  /  Published 25.01.19

Medical report on diet evades issues of choice

The way to the heart is, apparently, through the stomach. Would that, then, mean that food habits all over the world have to change, given that cardiovascular diseases — the result of an unhealthy d...
By The Editorial Board

Health  /  Published 24.12.19

Physiotherapy best for frozen shoulder

Usually, lifting your arms over your head or reaching for objects is effortless. Yet, excruciating pain prevents this action in 70 per cent people at some stage in their lives — after a sudden fall,...
By Dr Gita Mathai

Food  /  Published 24.12.19

Turkey yes, cranberry sauce no. Healthy options for X-Mas

Christmas season brings with it rich and delicious treats that few of us can say no to. We end up overindulging, bidding bye to diet and exercise rhythms we have painstakingly mastered over months. We...
By Prasun Chaudhuri

Health  /  Published 16.01.19

Food that is best for baby

The World Health Organization has recommended that babies be exclusively breastfed for the first six months. This means no “top-up” bottle feeds with cow’s milk, formula or water. Breast milk gi...
By Dr Gita Mathai

Health  /  Published 16.01.19

Miracle shot

Vaccines are among the most ingenious of inventions, and among the most maddening. Some global killers like smallpox and polio have been totally or nearly eradicated by products made with methods dati...
By New York Times News Service

World  /  Published 01.03.20

China jail fuels spurt

Mainland China reported the biggest daily rise in coronavirus cases since February 22 on Sunday as more infections emerged among prison inmates in the epicentre of the outbreak, but officials emphasis...
By Reuters in Shanghai

Health  /  Published 08.05.19

Plug the leak

The expression “I laughed so hard I wet my pants” is not a just a saying but the harsh reality for a lot of people, especially women. For thousands — if not millions — accidental leaking of ur...
By Chandana Chandra

Health  /  Published 27.02.20

Of weddings and the coronavirus

Before you say 'I do', know what you're in for. Because you're in for a very expensive wedding....
By Our bureau and Agencies

Health  /  Published 27.02.20

The young student’s mind

Seventy six per cent eighth graders at a mental health workshop said they do not get eight hours of sleep a day. When asked what they would like to do if set free, a common answer was that they would ...
By Brinda Sarkar

World  /  Published 25.02.20

Minister infected as Iran virus toll hits 16

Iran’s coronavirus death toll rose to 16 on Tuesday, the highest outside China, increasing its international isolation as dozens of countries from South Korea to Italy accelerated emergency measures...
By Reuters in Beijing


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