COVID-19 mostly affects the lungs and organs, like heart, liver, kidney and parts of the neurological system in severe cases. The biggest question that needs to be answered is - why does the virus target only specific organs?
A mask definitely helps, but if the people are very close to each other, there is still a chance of spreading or contracting the virus
Sending a "selfie" to the doctor could be a cheap and simple way of detecting heart disease, according to a study published in the European Heart Journal. According to the study, it is possible to use a deep learning computer algorithm to detect coronary artery disease (CAD) by analyzing four photographs of a person's face.
The ability to distinguish REM sleep by means of an EEG will allow doctors to monitor people under anaesthesia during surgery to explore how narcotic-induced unconsciousness differs from normal sleep -- a still-unsettled question. That's the main reason first author Janna Lendner, a medical resident in anesthesiology, initiated the study.
If all goes well a potentially safe COVID-19 vaccine will be available by the first quarter of 2021 and around 25 crore people will receive 40-50 crore doses by July next year -- the largest vaccination drive in history
Keeping your walks to around 10 minutes at a time would make it easier to fit in throughout the day without affecting your work schedule. To start with three 10-minute after meals is a good starting point, without disturbing your daily schedule.
Researchers are of the opinion that men have a significantly higher risk of dying and are three times more likely to need intensive care treatment because of COVID 19
The Ministry of AYUSH will continue to support the Centre for Integrative Medicine and Research (CIMR) till the dedicated Department of Integrative Medicine is developed.