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Without consulting a doctor, paracetamol not recommended for teenagers post-vaccination. Here's why 

Aches, fatigue, headache, soreness at the injection site and low-grade fever are common after the first two days of vaccination and they tend to subside on their own sans any medication

Published on 7th January 2022
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RSS to boost immunity in children with Vedic period Ayurvedic medicine

Under this campaign, a special medication will be given to children aged between 1 to 16 years in a particular constellation

Published on 27th July 2021
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Madhya Pradesh to set up two units in government medical colleges to treat black fungus

According to experts, the fungal infection mainly affects people who are on medication that reduce their ability to fight environmental pathogens

Published on 13th May 2021
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These IIT Mandi researchers have invented a technique to easily identify ischemic strokes in patients 

Led by Dr Shubhajit Roy Chowdhury, the invention will make it easier for people in rural areas to choose the right medication and treatment method according to the type of stroke they suffer from

Published on 5th May 2021
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Study reveals that children with weaker immune system don't show higher risk of COVID-19 

Researchers carried out an observational study of nearly 1500 immunocompromised children, defined as requiring annual influenza vaccinations due to underlying conditions or medication

Published on 22nd April 2021
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President Ramnath Kovind's health improves, shifted from ICU

On April 1, the President said that he has been recovering well after the bypass surgery and thanked doctors and caregivers for their amazing dedication

Published on 3rd April 2021
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Large study finds higher burden of acute brain dysfunction for COVID-19 ICU patients

The researchers also discovered that the choice of sedative medications and curbs on family visitation played a role in increasing acute brain dysfunction for these patients

Published on 9th January 2021
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Going at 335 words per minute: Meet KIDSHOT, India's fastest rapper, and the undisputed king of chopper rap

KIDSHOT’s debut EP focuses on his journey and how he’s turned out to be a successful rapper through dedication and hard work. The musician tells us about his debut EP, his rap journey and more

Published on 23rd October 2020
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Cholesterol medications linked to lower cancer-related deaths in women, finds study

The more consistently women took these medications after being diagnosed with cancer, the lower their likelihood of dying from the disease, suggesting that the drugs may have anti-tumour effects

Published on 21st October 2020
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This Bengaluru duo's smart wearable device will show you just how fit your knees are

Ashva Wearable Technologies' Fitknees is all about informing you as to how much improvement therapy and medication has enabled and why you should stick to it. This is the success tale of the start-up

Published on 8th October 2020
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HIV drug not effective for hospitalised Covid-19 patients: Lancet study report

Many clinical care guidelines have recommended lopinavir-ritonavir -- an antiviral medication approved to treat HIV/AIDS -- for the treatment of patients hospitalised with Covid-19

Published on 6th October 2020
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Larger study finds no link between blood pressure medication and cancer

This was the largest study on cancer outcomes in participants of randomised trials investigating antihypertensive medication - around 260,000 people in 31 trials

Published on 31st August 2020
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Bengaluru girl suffering from dermatomyositis scores 76 per cent in SSLC, dreams to become a lecturer

Sushma who scored good marks in her SSLC exams this year has been suffering from this rare auto immune disease since she was in class 9 and has been under continuous medication 

Published on 29th August 2020
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The horrors of conversion therapy for queer folk: Kerala doctor assures family of 'changing' girl's lesbian 'problem' 

The woman recorded the conversation between the doctor and her mother where they insist that she gets admitted to the hospital, take medication and undergo treatment

Published on 26th June 2020
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UNESCO Renews Community Media Chair at UoH for its socially relevant contributions

Congratulating the team, the Vice-Chancellor said that the work of the Chair is an example of the University's resolve to combine socially relevant research with building the capacities of communities

Published on 10th March 2020

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