10 Sep, 2020

The Year of the Rat is now seeing a rise in rapid antigen testing (RAT) for Covid-19.

Financial Express

30 Aug, 2020

For a major part of north India, air pollution is a menacing issue and last year during the winter season, pollution led to a health emergency in Delhi-NCR. Ambient air pollution, specifically PM 2.5, is reportedly associated with cardiovascular disease risk.

The Tribune

30 Aug, 2020

However, evidence linking PM 2.5 and blood pressure is largely from cross-sectional studies and from settings with a lower concentration of PM 2.5, with exposures not accounting for myriad time-varying and other factors such as the built environment.

ET Health World

30 Aug, 2020

The study was carried out in a cohort of 5,300 individuals recruited across different parts of Delhi and followed for seven years (2010-2016) with annual questionnaire surveys and alternate year biological sample collection

Live Mint

29 Aug, 2020

We have to maintain vigilance against the first bout of Covid-19 infection and draw assurance from the fact that our immune system cAn deal with reinfections.

Financial Express

29 Aug, 2020

The model was fed with PM 2.5 data from the Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi Pollution Control Committee, satellite data, etc, to study how PM 2.5 exposure affected blood pressure over time.

Hindustan Times

17 Aug, 2020

A woman leans against a stretcher holding her husband in the emergency ward of Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital, during the COVID-19 outbreak in Bhagalpur, July 2020.

The Wire

14 Aug, 2020

Commercial interests too play a very strong role since there is much money to be made for the industry, though the foundational science is public-funded.

Financial Express

14 Aug, 2020

The National Health Policy of 2017 aims to establish public health management cadre in all states.

The New Indian Express

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