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Beximco Partners with Serum India Limited for Vaccine manufacturing

The race for developing and acquiring a COVID-19 vaccine is intensifying as the days go by and there's a new frontrunner in the race today. Bangladesh's leading pharmaceutical giant Beximco has announced that the company will be partnering with...

Covid-19 : India registered highest global daily increase in infection count ever

You'll be shocked to learn that on Sunday, India became the first country in the world to cross the 80,000 infections mark after the country recorded 80,092 cases. August 30 was indeed the worst day in terms of the...

Singapore Records Nearly 26,000 Dengue Cases This Year!

The world is still dealing with the after-effects of the coronavirus pandemic and yet again another disease with pandemic potential has surfaced in Singapore. This small country has recorded nearly 26,000 cases of dengue this year which has exceeded...

Prolonged Napping Leads to Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases

Are you under the impression that a long nap is a cure for all your problems? If yes, then think again. Scientists have shown that having a nap longer than one-hour poses serious health risks. This study has been...

Californian Woman Defeats HIV Without Any Treatment!

According to researchers, a Californian woman who was diagnosed with HIV in 1992 may be the first person ever to defeat HIV without any treatment or risky bone marrow transplant. This phenomenon was also seen in 63 individuals who...

Humidity Levels of less than 40% Indoors can help Curb Coronavirus

Maintaining social distancing and wearing masks isn't sufficient enough to curb the spread of the coronavirus. An Indian-German group of scientists recommend that controlling the humidity of indoor spaces and keeping it between 30-40% can play a key role...

Blood Vessel Disease Risk Lower in Women Consuming Cruciferous Vegetables

Our mom always tells us to eat the greens on our plate. But have you ever thought about why she says so? Well, you can count your lucky stars because scientists have finally figured out the reason behind this....

Asymptomatic Patients Less Likely to Transmit COVID-19

As of today, there are two clusters of COVID-19 patients. One is the group of patients experiencing symptoms such as fever, loss of sense of smell and taste, cough, breathlessness, etc. These patients are known as symptomatic patients. Another...

Drug Discovery Pipeline Identifies COVID-19 Drugs Using AI

Everyday scientists across the globe try their best to come up with a drug to treat the deadly coronavirus. For this purpose, an Indian scientist and his esteemed team recognized hundreds of new potential coronavirus drugs using artificial intelligence.  "There...

Monoclonal Antibodies Should be Made Acceessible to Poor Countries

In a global reach out, scientists across the globe have urged pharmaceutical giants and governments of the world to distribute monoclonal antibodies that are used to treat life-threatening diseases in middle and low-income countries. Lab-made proteins which imitate natural...

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