The World Health Organisation (WHO) published on Tuesday its first position paper to understand brain health and the importance of optimising it since it is… Read More »One in three people will have a neurological problem in life
Climate change may exacerbate 58% of the infectious diseases humans come into contact with worldwide, from common waterborne viruses to deadly diseases like plague, new research… Read More »Climate Change making infectious diseases even Worse
New virus ‘Langya’ found in China’s Shandong and Henan Provinces. China has reported 35 cases of a novel Langya henipavirus which spreads from animals to… Read More »What is Langya Virus found in China, is it deadly?
Saying that alcohol in small doses is good for your health is nothing more than a myth, Maristela Monteiro, senior adviser on the matter at… Read More »It is a myth that alcohol is good for health
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Cases of monkeypox have been found in a significant number of men who are bisexual or gay. The WHO has also specifically advised gay men… Read More »‘Monkeypox Myths & Facts: Spread is not limited to Gay community
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“Sharp decline in fertility rate brings worry in Jammu and Kashmir since 2015 “ health study. In Jammu and Kashmir, the total fertility rate (TRF)… Read More »Fertility Rate decreasing in Jammu and Kashmir
A British man’s vitamin D overdose is a warning to people considering adding supplements to their lives, according to an article published Tuesday in the… Read More »Vitamin D: How supplement landed a man in hospital?