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Six Signs it's time to visit the Dentist
Apr 17, 2020
Category :  Advisory
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Six Signs it's time to visit the Dentist

It is tempting for many of us to put off a dental appointment, maybe due to the dental phobia, busy schedule or even because of quacks. We all have been learning about tooth decay and other related problems since we were first introduced to sweets as …

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Rationale of Using Hydroxychloroquine in Covid19
Apr 12, 2020
Category :  Medical care
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Rationale of Using Hydroxychloroquine in Covid19

The immune system of humans is designed to protect the human body from invasion by foreign substances or antigens. It has two complementary arms: the innate (or native/natural) immune system and the adaptive (acquired) immune system. Human Immune …

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Ophthalmology Practice in COVID-19 Pandemic
Apr 06, 2020
Category :  Medical care
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Ophthalmology Practice in COVID-19 Pandemic

Coronaviruses have been known to affect systems other than the respiratory tract, including gastrointestinal tract and ocular tissues. However, most of the research is focused on the respiratory tract due its life threatening nature. The fact that …

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Impact of Novel Coronavirus Pandemic on Mental Health
Apr 02, 2020
Category :  Medical care
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Impact of Novel Coronavirus Pandemic on Mental Health

“This is a bad science fiction movie that is real”, Augustin Fuentes, an evolutionary anthropologist at the University of Notre Dame commented about how COVID-19 may alter the human journey. There have been plenty of calamities thrown up at …

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Management & Handling of COVID-19 Pregnant Women at Hospitals
Mar 30, 2020
Category :  Medical care
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Management & Handling of COVID-19 Pregnant Women at Hospitals

In the present day scenario, arrival of a COVID-19 patient or a Person under Investigation (PUI) in a healthcare facility involves activation of a series of protocols so as to avoid, as far as possible, unnecessary exposure of other unaffected …

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COVID-19 in Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers
Mar 27, 2020
Category :  Advisory
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COVID-19 in Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers

Having a baby is exciting and exhausting work. Hence the term, “Labor”. But these are the “CORONA TIMES” and the medical care protocols are evolving every day to fight the pandemic. New information about the virus and its effect in different health …

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