Increase gap between two Covishield shots to 12-16 weeks: Govt panel

By | May 13, 2021

New Delhi, May 13 (PTI) A government panel has recommended increasing the gap between two doses of Covishield COVID-19 vaccine to 12-16 weeks, official sources said on Thursday. No change has been suggested for dosage interval of Covaxin by the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (NTAGI). It has… Read More »

Feel Younger Than Your Age? You Might Live Longer

By | May 12, 2021

WEDNESDAY, May 12, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Can feeling young at heart, or at least younger than your actual age, help older people live healthier, longer lives? Yes, according to researchers in Germany. “Individuals who feel younger than they chronologically are seem to benefit from their younger subjective age in various aspects,” explained study lead author… Read More »

India in Covid-19 ‘dire straits’ for it opened up prematurely: Dr Fauci

By | May 12, 2021

America’s top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci on Tuesday said that India is in such “dire straits” because it made the “incorrect assumption” that they were finished with the COVID-19 and opened up prematurely. India has been severely affected by the unprecedented second wave of the coronavirus and hospitals in several states are… Read More »

With Pfizer coronavirus vaccine authorized for adolescents, some parents scramble to make appointments while others are wary

By | May 11, 2021

The consent process for children receiving the coronavirus vaccine will be similar to that governing adults, officials said. But in some places, such as Maine, state officials do not require the parent to be on-site. They can sign a consent form to allow their adolescent be vaccinated at a school-based clinic, Nirav Shah said. In Maine, a 13-year-old… Read More »

Meat Production Is Polluting the Air You Breathe

By | May 11, 2021

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, May 11, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Steaks and burgers could be killing thousands of Americans each year, but in a way most people wouldn’t expect — via air pollution. That’s the conclusion of a new study estimating that airborne particles generated by food production kill nearly 16,000 Americans each year. Pollution related… Read More »

Love Your Liver Herbal Tincture – Herbal Academy

By | May 11, 2021

Urban dwellers should consider an herbal liver tincture as part of their daily routine. When living in an environment where air quality, pollutants, and water quality are more of a daily challenge, it’s vital to ensure that your liver is functioning in tip-top shape. The liver carries over 500 functions in the body and is considered the “master… Read More »

Markets in a vulnerable zone, full-fledged bear phase less likely: Analysts

By | May 11, 2021

Equity market is in a ‘vulnerable zone’ and are likely to remain very volatile, impacted by the sharp rise in Covid cases in the country since the past few weeks that has seen many state governments impose lockdowns and mobility restrictions to check the rampant spread, said analysts at HSBC in a recent report. They, however,… Read More »

FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID Vaccine for Kids 12-15

By | May 10, 2021

May 10, 2021 — The FDA on Monday granted emergency use authorization for the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to be given to children 12-to-15 years old.   The much-expected decision increases the likelihood that schools in the United States will fully reopen in the fall — a goal of both the Biden and Trump administrations. Acting FDA Commissioner… Read More »