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  • Photo of Overcoming Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy

    Overcoming Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy

    Vaccine hesitancy refers to the uncertainty in admittance or rejection of vaccines despite the availability of vaccination aids. Vaccine hesitancy is problematic and context-specific altering across time, place, and vaccines. It comprises components such as complacency, convenience, and reliance.      ECDC’s priority is to deliver information about hesitant people, determinants of disinclination, and findings of an investigation on the topic,…

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  • Photo of Everything You Need to Know About Breast Lift: Post-Op Recovery

    Everything You Need to Know About Breast Lift: Post-Op Recovery

    Breast lifting is a common enough plastic surgery procedure that can bring about major improvements in the shape and appearance of your breasts. Generally, women past a certain age, or who have gone through major weight changes are in line for breast lift Newport Beach operation. Of course, you should always discuss your need for such an operation with your…

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  • Photo of 8 Paracetamol Guidelines for Patients

    8 Paracetamol Guidelines for Patients

    Paracetamol is such a common drug that we often tend to take it even without consulting a doctor. However, this practice is not safe until you have an in-depth understanding about Paracetamol medicine. Thus, to help, in this blog post, Farmson as Paracetamol Bulk Drug Manufacturers and Paracetamol Suppliers sums a basic guideline about Paracetamol medicine for improved understanding of patients. Forms of Paracetamol…

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  • Photo of How Hospido is helping cancer patients from Tier II and III cities get treatment in their hometowns

    How Hospido is helping cancer patients from Tier II and III cities get treatment in their hometowns

    Gurugram-based Hospido offers a multi-disciplinary approach to cancer care and enables patients to speak to leading oncologists in the country and get treated in their hometowns.The pandemic has hit us in ways we could never imagine. The healthcare sector is also facing numerous challenges, including the shortage of healthcare workers, due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the ountry. And…

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  • Photo of The Gennaris Bionic Vision System and How it May Restore Eyesight

    The Gennaris Bionic Vision System and How it May Restore Eyesight

    Unfortunately, those that have lost their vision fear that they will never regain their sight. But the advancement in technology means that this is not true. For some conditions, it may be possible to reverse the damage to the eye and for some eyesight to be restored. For example, researchers in Melbourne, Australia have created the Gennaris bionic vision system.…

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  • Photo of Your lifestyle and vitamin intake – are they a good match?

    Your lifestyle and vitamin intake – are they a good match?

    Many of us receive lots of messages these days about our health.  Whether that’s government advice, product advertisements, or peer information – it can be difficult to switch off from what we should be doing to stay heathy.  And that includes our vitamin intake, and whether we are getting the right amounts for our personal lifestyles. In general, the term…

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  • Photo of Digital therapeutic app can transform the lives of breast cancer patients

    Digital therapeutic app can transform the lives of breast cancer patients

    –        75% of breast cancer patients experience cognitive decline, aka ‘Chemo brain’ –        NHS-approved digital therapeutic app reduces the impact of “breast cancer and its treatment” on cognitive failure  New research[i] has revealed how a digital therapeutic app (MyCognition PRO – www.mycognition.com) is transforming the lives of women recovering from breast cancer.  The trauma of a breast cancer diagnosis and the treatment that…

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  • Photo of The science behind prenatal DNA testing

    The science behind prenatal DNA testing

    By Casey Randall, Head of Human Relationship DNA Testing at AlphaBiolabs The technique of DNA profiling was developed in 1984 by British geneticist Sir Alec Jeffreys, and was first used to successfully solve a crime in 1988. DNA profiling involves analysing the lengths of variable sections of repetitive DNA, such as short tandem repeat (STR) markers. These STR markers are highly variable in length between…

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  • Photo of Highest Percentage of Coronavirus out of largest 25 countries is now U.S and not Italy

    Highest Percentage of Coronavirus out of largest 25 countries is now U.S and not Italy

    New models of COVID-19 case data indicate the U.S. has a sharp continual increase of cases overall compared to other countries with similar population density. Of the 25 countries studied, the U.S. leads each country, bringing the U.S. to the forefront of this pandemic since its first confirmed case in January. While the U.S. accounts for only 4% of the…

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  • Photo of 6 Reasons Why Should You Vape Kratom

    6 Reasons Why Should You Vape Kratom

    Over the years, different methods of ingesting Kratom have come up for the sake of effectiveness, fast results, and convenience. This range varies from Kratom tea, Kratom capsules, and Toss n Wash. Southeast Asians, back in the days, used to chew leaves, but in the modern age, that’s not the case. The most recent addition to ingesting Kratom is by…

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