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WHO panel advises against hydroxychloroquine use for COVID-19
eMediNexus, 02 March 2021
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A WHO expert panel has advised against the use of hydroxychloroquine for prevention of COVID-19 and has stated that the drug has no significant effect on patient ...MORE
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First COVAX vaccine doses against COVID-19 administered in Africa
eMediNexus, 02 March 2021
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With the global rollout of COVAX vaccines gaining pace the first COVID-19 vaccination campaigns in Africa with the COVAX doses started on March 1 in Ghana and C te dIv ...MORE
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COVID cases surge for first time in seven weeks, says WHO
eMediNexus, 02 March 2021
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After recording a fall for six weeks in a row COVID-19 cases across the globe increased last week for the first time reported the World Health Organization WHO nbsp ...MORE
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1 in 4 people estimated to have hearing problems by 2050: WHO
eMediNexus, 02 March 2021
#Business And Medicine #Neurology #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Public Health
One in four people or close to 2 5 billion individuals globally are projected to be living with some degree of hearing loss by the year 2050 cautions the World Health ...MORE
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MS disability, age linked to worse COVID outcomes
eMediNexus, 01 March 2021
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According to registry data disability and age have been reported to be linked with poorer COVID-19 outcomes in patients with multiple sclerosis MS ...MORE
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Masks Don't Impact Oxygen Saturation in Individuals with Asthma
eMediNexus, 01 March 2021
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A new study has suggested that wearing a mask to protect against the spread of COVID-19 does not decrease oxygen saturation ...MORE
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