Around 17 million minks are to be culled in Denmark after 400 human cases of COVID-19 were linked to these furry animals.
Increased screen time and reduced outdoor activities in the lockdown have been bearing down on our eyes. Doctors are worried that these habits could lead to another epidemic — that of myopia or nearsightedness.
Many have been investing in sophisticated N95 masks for increased protection from COVID-19. But the CDC explains why those are not only unnecessary but also risky.
Is it the whole ‘Men don’t get sick!’ maxim that makes men overestimate their own health? Here are my observations.
Driven by a sense of duty, Chandini Mulukutla, an Infection Control Nurse, took a long and arduous road trip to Mumbai from Visakhapatnam with a newborn in tow.
Who doesn’t love a good scare? Here are three reasons, dubious and otherwise, why watching scary films may give you more benefits than just entertainment.
US researchers say that vampire bats practise social distancing when they are ill. If you thought that is amazing, wait till you read about the rest of the animal kingdom.
It’s not only the spice mix that keeps you daydreaming about Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte. Research says it’s a perfect conspiracy by fats, carbs and the human body that makes it so irresistible to you.
In most cases, COVID patients get better in 11 days or less. Recent study has shown that one in 20 COVID sufferers will end up having debilitating symptoms of the disease for more than 8 weeks in a condition known as Long COVID.
COVID-19 may be causing drastic hair loss in survivors. Luckily, it’s all reversible. Learn more.
Killing off the good bacteria in your stomach can have a cascade effect on health in general. One of its side effects is weight gain.
Scientists from the Netherlands have discovered a brand-new organ in the upper part of the throat called “tubarial salivary glands”, which may be important news for prostate cancer treatment.
People with type 2 diabetes who drink both the beverages daily are at a lowered risk of dying from any cause.
Researchers from the Penn State College of Medicine in the US have some encouraging news about using mouthwash to kill COVID-19.