Study shows mild fever clears infections faster than medicines

Study shows mild fever clears infections faster than medicines

New research from the University of Alberta, it may be beneficial to let a mild fever run its course instead of immediately resorting to medication. The study observed that allowing the moderate fever to go untreated in fish facilitated faster elimination of infections, controlled inflammation, and repaired damaged tissue. Lead author and immunologist Daniel Barreda … Read more

If health services will not improve 59 million children will die by 2030: Report

If health services will not improve 59 million children will die by 2030: Report

An estimated 5 million children died before their fifth birthday and another 2.1 million children and youth aged between 5–24 years lost their lives in 2021, according to the latest estimates released by the United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation. 5 million children died before 15th birthday In its reports, United Nations Inter-agency … Read more

Working in extreme heat puts stress on the fetus: study

Working in extreme heat puts stress on the fetus: study

Unborn babies of women who work in extreme heat are at risk. Not only this, but even before pregnant women are affected, their fetuses can show symptoms of its stress, new research from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (UK) shows. Risk of stress The risk of stress in the fetus increased by … Read more

How climate change threatens health of refugees in camps?

There could be 1.2 billion climate refugees by 2050, is world ready?

Thousands of migrants in overcrowded and contaminated refugee camps face health threats from climate change, according to a University of Birmingham study. Locating camps in disaster-prone or climate-critical areas increases their vulnerability and, coupled with the stress of overcrowding that increases pressure on water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) resilience, leads to overexploitation of resources. Climate … Read more

New cancer treatment 100% effective in clinical trials

New cancer treatment 100% effective in clinical trials

A patient of Indian origin was among those who had a “miraculous” cure using an anticancer drug being tested by a research center here, achieving an unprecedented cure rate when all 14 patients in the trial disappeared. “It’s a miracle,” Nisha Varughese said of the immunotherapy drug’s effectiveness in curing her. However, the fight against … Read more

Extreme heat wave in India and Pakistan affects water

What factors put Australia on the red line of Climate Extremes?

The extreme heat wave has hit much of India and Pakistan, affecting hundreds of millions of people in one of the most densely populated parts of the world. In some regions of the country, electricity has had major cuts and the water supply has also been affected. After an extremely hot month of March, this … Read more

Why do people get diarrhea?

Why do people get diarrhea

Ground Report | New Delhi: Why do people get diarrhea; The digestive system breaks down whatever we eat and drink to and absorbs nutrients to produce the energy our bodies need. Residual solids that cannot be digested by our bodies will be excreted as feces or feces in various shapes, sizes, colours and textures. As … Read more

What was Shane Warne’s ‘extreme’ 14-day liquid diet?

What was Shane Warne's 'extreme' 14-day liquid diet

Ground Report | New Delhi: Shane Warne, who died of natural causes on Friday, is said to have been on a liquid diet for 14 days – to try to lose weight quickly. A few days before his death, he tweeted an old photo, saying, “The goal by July is to get back to that … Read more

How Much Government spent on Health in Past Budgets?

Ground Report | New Delhi: Government spent on Health in Past Budgets; Nirmala Sitharaman, the finance minister, today passed the annual budget, which projects the Central government’s effective capital investment to reach Rs 10.68 lakh crore, or roughly 4.1 per cent of GDP, in the fiscal year 2022-23. GST collections for the month of January … Read more

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Kapkot, Bageshwar, Uttarakhand on Villagers struggling with lack of hospital

मंदिरा हरकोटिया | कपकोट,  बागेश्वर , उत्तराखंड | क्या आप कल्पना कर सकते हैं कि 21वीं सदी के डिजिटल इंडिया में ऐसा भी एक गांव है, जहां बीमार मरीज़ के पेट के दर्द को दूर करने के लिए लोहे की गर्म छड़ का इस्तेमाल किया जाता हैं. इसके अतिरिक्त कई अन्य बीमारियां हैं, जिनका देसी इलाज के नाम पर इसी … Read more