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Mysterious liver illness seen in kids in US, Europe

Apr 16, 2022
Health officials in several countries are investigating mysterious cases of severe liver disease in children, and they think it may be related to a kind of virus usually associated with colds.

Study: Cancer patients more susceptible to COVID misinformation

Feb 13, 2022
Researchers have found that cancer patients undergoing treatment are more likely to believe COVID-19 related misinformation than those without a history of cancer.

Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar passes away at 92

Feb 6, 2022
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar passed away on Sunday at the age of 92 years, informed Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

World Cancer Day 2022: Understanding the role of Vitamin D

Feb 4, 2022
World Cancer Day is observed annually on February 4 to highlight and spread awareness about one of the deadliest diseases, which unfortunately can also be genetic - Cancer.

Fewer students going to schools due to cold

Dec 28, 2021
The number of students going to schools in the hilly areas of the district and in the Terai has started declining due to cold weather in recent days.

Numbers of COVID patients growing in Teku Hospital

Dec 23, 2021
Until 10 days ago, there were only 2 patients in the ICU of Shukraraj Tropical and Communicable Diseases Hospital in Teku, Kathmandu due to coronavirus infection. However, that number has risen to eight now.

Ireland to impose COVID-19 restrictions after Christmas

Dec 23, 2021
Northern Ireland will impose restrictions the day after Christmas to curb the spread of the Omicron coronavirus strain, which accounts for over 40% of infections in the country.

Humla citizens get sick as temperature drops to -7 degrees

Dec 22, 2021
The number of patients at the district hospital in Humla, a high-altitude mountainous district, has increased in the last few days.

Drugs may treat COVID-19 pneumonia patients: Study

Dec 18, 2021
A study has identified a drug that may offer benefit to some patients hospitalized with COVID-19 pneumonia.

Emergency workers need standard check-ups to prevent heart issues

Dec 17, 2021
A new study has found that firefighters, police, and health staff could benefit from regular health check-ups and monitoring to avoid heart events at work that might harm themselves or others.




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