Arthritis and the ill-effects of COVID-19

Find out what the most recent research says on COVID-19 and its potential effects on arthritis patients. COVID-19 is brought on by SARS-CoV-2. Due to their underlying medical condition, people with arthritis may be concerned about their chance of getting COVID-19. Experts are still unsure of how COVID-19 might differ for those with arthritis from […]

CDC is studying an increase in strep A infections in children

According to the CDC, invasive group A strep infections in youngsters may be on the rise. While the US CDC report that they are looking into an apparent uptick in invasive group A strep infections, the increase could actually be a return to pre-pandemic levels. Breathing problems and dehydration are the two main signs of […]

Vaccines may prevent diarrhoea, malnutrition and stunting in kids

The World Health Organization is in the process of deciding how to prioritize vaccines for kids in low- and middle-income countries. In the middle of the 20th century, an estimated 4.5 million children under the age of five per year perished from diarrhoea. Although oral rehydration therapy saved lives, it does not stop infection. Millions […]

By 2030, Africa wants to end human deaths caused by zoonotic illnesses

The government, especially the technical services of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Public Health, and development partners, have always been concerned about rabies in this sub-prefecture. The issue of rabies is present in Banian as well, and stray dog bites are typically the main cause.However, the rural populace has little to no knowledge about […]

WHO releases the first ever list of fungi that are endangering humanity

Yeasts and moulds are among the 19 “priority pathogens” that the international health organisation has recognised. Worldwide, fungal infections are responsible for more than 1.7 million mortality each year and over 150 million severe infections. These infections are changing and becoming more difficult to cure. The infections, which multiplied in hospitals and can be lethal […]

10,000 steps per day may halve the risk of dementia

More than 55 million individuals worldwide are afflicted by dementia, which is also the sixth largest cause of death worldwide. The number of dementia cases is rising along with the percentage of older persons in the population. There is growing evidence that regular exercise is one of the best methods to lower the risk of […]

A balanced eating schedule may improve cognitive health, a study reveals

Food serves as fuel. It gives us the energy our bodies require in order to function and to maintain our health. During the Industrial Revolution, the demands of both employers and employees led to the development of the Western three-meal-a-day routine. Prior to that, two substantial meals every day that were based on farming and […]

Fabimycin demonstrated potential in the fight against more than 200 antibiotic-resistant microorganisms

The results of this study appear in ACS Central Science. Bacterial antimicrobial resistance (AMR) occurs when bacteria mutate over time and no longer respond to antibiotics, making infections more difficult to treat and increasing the risk of disease spread, severe illness, and death. Scientists have described infections due to antibiotic-resistant bacteria as a threat to modern […]

The Indian firm’s RT-PCR kit for monkeypox generate result in 50 minutes

Genes2Me, based in Gurugram, India, announced the development of an RT-PCR testing kit to detect monkeypox virus, which reportedly provides results in just 50 minutes. Monkeypox symptoms include a rash, fever, exhaustion, muscle aches, vomiting, and chills. Most people recover on their own after a few weeks. According to World Health Organization data, 99 percent […]

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