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Why are autoimmune disorders on rise?  Times of India

  1. Antidepressant fluvoxamine may reduce risk of Covid-19 hospitalisation: Study  Hindustan Times
  2. Antidepressant drug reduced Covid-19 hospitalisation risk by one-third, finds study  India Today
  3. Effect of early treatment with fluvoxamine on risk of emergency care and hospitalisation among patients with COVID-19: the TOGETHER randomised, platform clinical trial  The Lancet
  4. Antidepressant Fluvoxamine May Reduce Covid Hospitalisation Risk: Study  NDTV
  5. Using fluvoxamine to treat COVID-19 patients reduces the need for prolonged hospitalization, trial shows  News-Medical.Net
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  1. Tumor Markers for Breast Cancer: Benefits, Drawbacks, Results & More  Healthline
  2. Webinar on breast cancer awareness conducted by GMC Srinagar  Greater Kashmir
  3. HEALTH WATCH: Breast Cancer Awareness Month  8 News NOW Las Vegas
  4. Kate Hudson flaunts toned abs in Breast Cancer Awareness Month photo  Yahoo Singapore News
  5. Your Healthy Family: How genes impact likelihood of breast cancer  FOX 4 Now
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  1. Maharashtra Witnesses 5-year High in Chikungunya Cases, Over 2,000 People Infected Till October  News18
  2. Five-year high in chikungunya cases in Maharashtra but count ‘under-reported’  Times of India
  3. Maharashtra: Amid spike in chikungunya cases, Health Minister Tope orders to intensity surveillance  The Indian Express
  4. News 18 Afternoon Digest: Maharashtra Witnesses 5-year High in Chikungunya Cases, Sabyasachi's New Campaign  News18
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  1. Delhi hospitals under pressure amid sharp spike in dengue cases  Moneycontrol
  2. Hospitals under pressure as dengue cases soar in Delhi  Times of India
  3. Delhi hospitals witnessing surge in dengue cases, 283 fresh cases in one week  India Today
  4. Delhi hospitals under pressure as dengue cases soar, 10 deaths at Safdarjung  Times of India
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Covid more likely to cause rare brain complications than vax: Study  Social News XYZ

  1. Dengue cases at all time high, but many areas in Ghaziabad still flooded: Residents  Times of India
  2. Ludhiana district records highest single-day spike of 122 dengue cases  The Tribune India
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  1. Diwali healthy eating guide: How to indulge in sweets guilt-free  Hindustan Times
  2. How to eat sweets without gaining weight this festive season  Mint Lounge
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  1. Kanpur Zika Virus Patient Stable, Samples Of 22 Contacts Test Negative  NDTV
  2. Zika virus in UP: Symptoms, treatment and other things to know  Hindustan Times
  3. Centre sends team to UP after IAF officer tests positive for Zika virus  The Indian Express
  4. Kanpur: All family members of first Zika virus patient test negative  Times of India
  5. Uttar Pradesh govt sounds alert on Zika after first case  Times of India
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  1. Study uncovers how novel coronavirus disrupts normal cell defenses to hijack human host cells  News-Medical.net
  2. COVID-19 virus test results may vary based on time of day: Study  Economic Times
  3. Coronavirus disease 2019 gastrointestinal and liver manifestations in adults: A review  Wiley
  4. The difference in the dynamics of SARS-COV-2 variants  News-Medical.Net
  5. WHO International Standard for evaluation of the antibody response to COVID-19 vaccines: call for urgent action by the scientific community  The Lancet
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  1. COVID SCIENCE-Breakthrough infections can lead to long COVID; genes may explain critical illness in young, healthy adults  Devdiscourse
  2. Only 1.6% of pregnant women vaccinated in city  The Indian Express
  3. Breakthrough infections can lead to long COVID; genes may explain critical illness in young, healthy adults  Reuters
  4. Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Have Slower Response to Vaccine, Research Says  The New York Times
  5. Mumbai: Only 1.6% of pregnant women have taken Covid-19 vaccine  The Indian Express
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  1. Research Shows Significant Disparities For Black Women In Breast Cancer Detection & Treatment  CBS Miami
  2. EXCLUSIVE: Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021: Expert tells you why survivors may need psychological help  PINKVILLA
  3. Young breast cancer patient offers advice to other women  News4 WSMV Nashville
  4. Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Care for Black Women  Self
  5. Black women have worse outcomes battling breast cancer  FOX59 News
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Weight loss: Three drinks to spike your metabolism  Times of India

Pregnant and breastfeeding women are slower to respond to Covid vaccination, researchers report  Deccan HeraldView Full coverage on Google News

  1. Film show for breast cancer survivors  Times of India
  2. Columbus woman hopes to help others by sharing realities of breast cancer  KTVQ News
  3. Samantha Harris shares tips to reduce breast cancer risk  therhodeshow
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Covid and clots  The New Indian Express

  1. Modulating glycogen metabolism in fat cells may offer new approaches for weight loss  News-Medical.Net
  2. Obesity breakthrough reveals how cell "uncoupling" promotes fat burning  New Atlas
  3. How glycogen is linked to heat generation in fat cells  Medical Xpress
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Not all acne is equal! Scientists reveal strains of acnes that promote skin health  Telangana Today

A uncommon illness affecting the nerve system is one among the probable side effects of the AstraZeneca vaccine.  Brinkwire

  1. Woman dies after mixed jab regime  Bangkok Post
  2. Covid: Virus poses 'greater risk' of rare neurological complications than vaccine  Daily Express
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UK Study Links COVID Vaccines to Neurological Disorders  WebMD

  1. Dengue outbreak, but no need for panic, say Health officials  The Sangai Express
  2. Manipur: Dengue outbreak, but no need for panic say health officials  EastMojo
  3. Dengue outbreak in Manipur, 35 cases reported in seven districts  The Indian Express
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  1. Delhi hospitals witnessing surge in dengue cases  Mint
  2. Dengue cases in Delhi go past 1,000 with 665 in October alone  Times of India
  3. Dengue cases cross 1,000 mark in city  The Hindu
  4. With 283 cases in last week, Dengue cases in Delhi cross 1,000-mark  The Indian Express
  5. Delhi: Dengue cases cross 1,000-mark, over 280 fresh cases in one week  Times of India
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Psoriasis can worsen conditions if not managed well  The Hans India

Mask effectiveness against viral illnesses in health care professionals  Wiley

COVID-19 and subacute neuropsychiatric symptoms in adolescents  News-Medical.Net

Signs of iron deficiency: When should you take action  Times of India

  1. The CDC added people diagnosed with mood disorders to a list of high-risk individuals eligible for booster sho  Business Insider India
  2. CDC considers those with mood disorders at high risk for COVID  Business Insider
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  1. Springfield Business Walk to Increase Health Insurance Enrollment - Bollyinside  BollyInside
  2. Health Connector visits several Springfield businesses to promote insurance sign-ups  WWLP.com
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  1. ‘COVID-19 pandemic has led to a rise in cardiac ailments’  The Hindu
  2. COVID-19 and Heart Damage  News-Medical.net
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Weight loss story: 'I realised that even if I don't workout, I can lose weight by eating right'  Times of India

  1. Researchers show how air pollution reduces sperm count  ANI News
  2. Brain inflammation caused by air pollution is reducing sperm counts, new study finds  Euronews
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Understanding the need of nail hygiene after COVID pandemic  Zee News

  1. 'The Final COVID19 Solution Respecting Bat Coronaviruses '  THE WEEK
  2. 'The Final COVID19 Solution: Respecting Bat Coronaviruses'  Times of India
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  1. Kern Public Health Reports 477 New COVID Cases, Five New Deaths | News - Health Bollyinside  BollyInside
  2. Health officials speak on the rise in non COVID patients  23 ABC News | KERO
  3. Kern Public Health reports 477 new COVID cases, five new deaths  The Bakersfield Californian
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Drinking increases your risk of stroke by 35 per cent  Times of India

  1. Everything you need to know about AY.4.2, a mutation of the Delta variant that has experts worried  Scroll.in
  2. Explained: Should we worry about the new AY.4.2 lineage of Covid-19?  The Indian Express
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City hospital forms survivor group to create stroke awareness  Times of India

  1. Tumour reasons why cancers thrive in chromosomal chaos  ANI News
  2. Two reasons why cancers thrive in chromosomal chaos  Medical Xpress
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Can lemon water harm your kidneys?  Times of India

Ivermectin misuse with COVID risks undermining use for other diseases  EastMojo

  1. Clinically significant cataract linked to increased risk of vascular death: Study  Times Now
  2. Clinically significant cataract associated with greater mortality risk from vascular causes  News-Medical.Net
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Researchers identify unique genetic variants to overcome cancer treatment barriers | Science-Environment  Devdiscourse

  1. The flu peak may reach earlier in Portugal  The Catholic Transcript
  2. COVID-19: Top news stories about the coronavirus pandemic on 27 October  World Economic Forum
  3. The pandemic is changing, but COVID isn't going away soon. Neither should our caution  Sacramento Bee
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  1. COVID-19 poses higher risk of rare brain conditions than vaccines: Oxford led study  The Week
  2. Irish Examiner view: The numbers come in for Covid vaccination risks  Irish Examiner
  3. New COVID-19 infections in US down more than half since early September  KARE11.com
  4. Covid Poses Bigger Risk of Brain Conditions Than Vaccines, Study Says  Bloomberg
  5. Infection with COVID carries much higher risk of developing neurological complications than vaccine, says new study  Medical Xpress
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  1. Study finds polyphenol-rich diets improve leaky gut syndrome in elderly  Sify News
  2. Eating More Of This Can Support A Healthier Gut As You Age, Study Finds  mindbodygreen.com
  3. Polyphenol-rich diets improve leaky gut syndr  EurekAlert
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  1. Pune Based Researchers Detects 108 Mutations Of SARS-Cov2 In Wastewater Samples  BioTecNika
  2. Study identifies 108 SARS-Cov2 mutations in wastewater samples  The Indian Express
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Squalane health benefits: From preventing cancer to enriching your skin, here's how squalane nourishes yo  Times of India

  1. Cipla launches nasal decongestant brand Naselin to protect against COVID  United News of India
  2. Cipla Health launches anti-viral nasal spray to protect against SARS-CoV-2 virus  ETHealthworld.com
  3. Cipla launches anti-viral nasal spray to fight Covid 19, respiratory infections  Times of India
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  1. Madhya Pradesh: New virus infects children in Jabalpur  Free Press Journal
  2. Flu, RSV, other virus have been acting weird during pandemic  Payson Roundup
  3. Health officials reminding parents to take precautions against respiratory viruses this fall  WWLP-22News
  4. Pedestrian Struck On Highway + Noreaster Update: CT News Digest  Patch.com
  5. Another virus is spreading around amongst children and must be stopped  cityandstatepa.com
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  1. Are you suffering from high blood pressure? THIS exercise can lower it immediately  Jagran English
  2. One exercise to lower high blood pressure instantly  Times of India
  3. High blood pressure: The smelly food linked with 'dramatic blood pressure improvements'  Express
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How to keep yourself safe if you contract dengue, and foods to help you recover faster  Times of India

  1. Hiking Bird Flu Cases In China Prove Deadly, Causes Fear Flurry Among Experts  Plant Based News
  2. Rise in human bird flu cases in China shows risk of fast-changing variants: Health experts  The Indian Express
  3. WHO calls for urgent investigation into human transmission of bird flu as cases spike in China  Taiwan News
  4. Rise in Human Bird Flu Cases in China Shows Risk of Fast-changing Variants: Experts  News18
  5. Rise in H5N6 bird flu may be explained by more-infectious variant, experts worry  Livescience.com
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Study finds 'robust' evidence that COVID-19 is seasonal infection  Morung ExpressView Full coverage on Google News

Transasia launches India's first high sensitivity Hepatitis C testing kit  BSI bureau

  1. Long Covid 'is a very debilitating condition with severe cognitive conditions,' says researcher behind new study - Health Bollyinside  BollyInside
  2. Long COVID 'affects every single aspect of a person's daily life and daily functioning,' including employment: study  MarketWatch
  3. Long Covid ‘is a very debilitating condition with serious cognitive conditions,’ says researcher behind new study  CNBC
  4. Long COVID Can Negatively Impact Physical and Cognitive Function, Employment, and Quality of Life for at Least One Year  Mount Sinai
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Carbon Nanotube Sensor Detects SARS-CoV-2 Within 5 Minutes  Medgadget

Scientists make breakthrough in understanding how penicillin works  Devdiscourse

  1. Dengue Cases Surge to 217 in Gurugram: Rapid Fever Survey Underway  TheHealthSite
  2. NEA urges public to 'stay vigilant' to prevent year-end rise in dengue cases  TODAY
  3. Dengue Cases on Rise: Here’s How You Can Protect Yourself  News18
  4. Dengue cases expected to rise at year-end as Aedes mosquito population increases  The Straits Times
  5. One more ‘suspected’ dengue death; 1,000 cases in 2 days  The Indian Express
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  1. Can Lack of Sleep Affect The Way You Walk? A Study Answers  India.com
  2. Sleep-deprived people can improve how they walk if they get at least six hours of sleep each night  Daily Mail
  3. Lack of sleep affects your walk: Study | Times of Oman  Times of Oman
  4. People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to stumble or drag their feet when walking...  The Sun
  5. Dragging Your Feet? How Lack of Sleep Affects the Way You Walk  SciTechDaily
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Queen Mary University of London: New artificial intelligence offers hope for liver cancer patients with less than 13 per cent chance of survival  India Education Diary

  1. EU’s disease center warns of possible severe flu season ahead  POLITICO Europe
  2. EU health agency warns flu season could be severe for elderly  Euronews
  3. EU health agency warns of severe winter flu season for elderly  Reuters
  4. Ireland set for 'nastier' flu season over coming winter  The Irish Times
  5. Coronavirus Ireland: Number of Covid-19 patients in hospital rises to 513, the highest since early March, as warning issued over flu  Independent.ie
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Some May Be Eligible For Fourth COVID-19 Vaccine Dose  CBS New York

Finland scientists create lab-grown coffee with No Environmental Pitfalls  Free Press JournalView Full coverage on Google News

  1. COVID-19 Sci-Weekly: Brain Fog in COVID Survivors, No Antibodies in Children With Mild Infections and More | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com  The Weather Channel
  2. New Study Details Sign You've Already Had COVID — Eat This Not That  Eat This, Not That
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It's never too late to treat progeria, say researchers  Medical Xpress

4 Tips to Maintain Healthy and Glowing Nail Hygiene During Covid-19  India.com

Eating THIS food can increase the risk of dementia  Times of India

  1. Anti-vaxxer in Australia Sells $1500 Fake Arm to Escape Getting Vaccinated for Covid  News18
  2. Melbourne Ad Appears Offering $1500 Prosthetic Arms To Delusional Anti-Vaxxers  B&T
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Weight loss story: 'I included protein with every meal and ate measured quantities to lose 27 kilos'  Times of India

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