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First-ever study in India claims Covid-19 vaccine cocktails are safe

Mix and match of different vaccines is safe and elicits robust antibody response, revealed the study conducted by AIG Hospitals The first pilot study from India analyzing COVAXIN – COVISHEILD mixed doses

COVAXIN for children: Study demonstrates robust safety & immunogenicity in 2-18...

Whole-Virion inactivated SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine (BBV152) has proven to be safe, well-tolerated, and immunogenic in paediatric subjects in phase II/III study. Neutralizing antibodies in children on an average 1.7 times higher than in adults......................

Global medicine spending to reach $1.8 trillion in 2026: IQVIA study

A total of 300 new drugs are expected to be launched over the next five years to 2026, significantly higher than levels seen on average during the past decade, and are expected to skew toward specialty, niche and orphan drugs

Women in white-collar jobs face biases due to health issues, Emcure...

‘The Indian Women’s Health Report 2021’ a study by Emcure Pharmaceuticals that surveyed working women of 25 to 55 years in white-collar jobs across 7 cities reveals prevalent societal stigma prevents most women from talking about their health-related issues........................

40% COVID-19 patients at Max Hospitals suffered from long-term symptoms, reveals...

Study was conducted between 3months up-till 12 months on presence of symptoms and various correlates in COVID-19 discharged patients. It is an important consideration when planning for future resources and manpower, not only for India..................

World Hepatitis Day: Susceptibility of hepatitis among Indians highest in 2nd...

As part of the study by CORE Diagnostics, over 7500 tests conducted in the past one year were analysed. Approximately, 60 percent of the tested patients were found to be positive for hepatitis, indicating a high prevalence of the disease................

COVID-19: Health Ministry conducts sero-prevalence study in Delhi, 21,387 samples collected

This study has been done by the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) in collaboration with Govt of National Capital Territory of Delhi, following a rigorous multi-stage sampling study design....................

Genetics could help diagnose type-1 diabetes in Indians: study reveals

As more than 20 percent of people with type-1 diabetes below the age of 15 years of age are in India, developing a genetic test kit to reliably detect type-1 from type-2 diabetes holds a lot of significance for the country.....................

Practo witnesses 37% growth in AIDS-related queries

Practo insights show that patients with sexual problems have increasingly preferred online consultations as it allows them to talk about their issues without inhibitions whilst maintaining their privacy..................

Eating for two: Future fathers should eat well for heart health...

A study from researchers at the University of Nottingham published today in The Journal of Physiology shows that poor paternal diet, specifically low in protein, may impact the heart health of the offspring by changing their seminal fluid, which bathes sperm................