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Antibodies against coronavirus detectable up to seven months post COVID-19 onset, says study

The study revealed that 90 per cent of subjects have detectable antibodies up to seven months post contracting COVID-19. It also found that age was not a confounding factor in levels of antibodies produced, but disease severity is. Antibodies against the novel coronavirus follow a classic pattern with a rapid increase within the first three weeks after symptoms, and detectable up to seven months post contracting the disease, according to a new study which assessed 300 patients infected with the virus and 198 post-COVID-19 volunteers. ....read more

Current status of lifestyle management & heart disease

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Antibodies against coronavirus detectable up to seven months post COVID-19 onset, says study

The study revealed that 90 per cent of subjects have detectable antibodies up to seven months post contracting COVID-19. It also found that age was not a confounding factor in levels of antibodies produced, but disease severity is. Antibodies against the novel coronavirus follow a classic pattern with a rapid increase within the first three weeks after symptoms, and detectable up to seven months post contracting the disease, according to a new study which assessed 300 patients infected with the virus and 198 post-COVID-19 volunteers. ....read more

Current status of lifestyle management & heart disease

The way we live our life has an impact on our health. Join us today at 7:00 PM on Medtalks with Dr KK Aggarwal lifestyle management in the current scenario and its association with heart disease.Just click on www.facebook.com/drkkaggarwal or https://perfecthealthmela.com/vevent/general-webinar.php

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Bharat biotechs Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin gets DCGI nod for phase 3 clinical trial

health.economictimes

New Delhi: The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) on Friday permitted Bharat Biotech to conduct phase 3 clinical trials of its indigenously developed Covid-19 vaccine with certain conditions, officials said. A subject expert committee on Covid-19 at the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) had recommended granting permission to the Hyderabad-based firm for conducting phase 3 clinical trial of its vaccine Covaxin after assessing the safety and immunogenicity data of the phase 1 and 2 trials.

Zydus Cadila gets USFDA nod for generic medication

microbiozindia.com

New Delhi, Oct 23 (PTI) Drug firm Zydus Cadila on Friday said it has received approval from the US health regulator to market Albuterol tablets, used to treat shortness of breath caused by breathing problems like asthma. The company has received final approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) to market its product, which is a generic version of Proventil tablets, Zydus Cadila said in a statement. Albuterol is a bronchodilator that can help open up the airways in the lungs to make it easier to breathe. The medication is used to treat and to prevent bronchospasm.

The Indian doctor taking care of thousands of elephants

news.yahoo.com

Kushal Konwar Sarma is affectionately known as the "elephant doctor" in Indias wildlife community. He has spent 35 years of his life caring for elephants, saving the lives of thousands of them in the forests of India and Indonesia, writes BBC Hindis Dilip Kumar Sharma. "I am the happiest when I am around elephants," says Dr Sarma. "The amount of time I have spent with elephants is more than the time I have spent with my family." The 60-year-old grew up in a village called Barma in Indias north-eastern state of Assam, which is home to around 5,000 of the countrys more than 27,000 elephants, according to the last survey conducted in 2017.

India Coronavirus Dispatch: Bengals frontline workers fret over Durga Puja

Business Standard

Frontline workers on Durga Puja: As West Bengal celebrates its biggest festival, health experts and frontline workers express their worry over what might happen. Their apprehensions, they say, began with Durga Puja shopping season which saw crowded markets with unmasked people. Doctors who have worked without a single day off for months say the situation — despite court orders — is disheartening. Any potential surge in cases means an already stretched public healthcare system is forced to on even higher burden. Particularly demoralising is the fact that many health workers have succumbed to the virus already. It’s not just doctors who have been breaking their backs for months as even police officers pointed out that pandal hopping is taking place despite the HC order. Read more here.

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