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New study reveals 40–45% Covid-19 carriers are asymptomatic

A new study warns that around 40–45% of people who contract SARS-CoV-2 most likely remain symptom-free. Such cases may contribute to the “silent spread”...
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Coronavirus cases rise as Father, son booked for assaulting SOPs implementation team

Pakistan has confirmed 107 deaths – highest till date – by novel coronavirus in one day as the number of positive cases has surged...
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73 cases every hour in Karachi as Pakistan reports record cases in 24 hrs

Pakistan has confirmed 101 deaths by novel coronavirus in one day and the number of positive cases has surged to 119,536. The nationwide tally...
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How racism & inequality has worsened the COVID-19 pandemic

Liam Petterson |The protests against systemic racism and police violence sweeping the globe highlight the intersection between two pandemics: COVID-19 and racism. Researchers are...
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Global food emergency on the horizon, warns UNSG

The world is facing an "impending global food emergency" that could impact hundreds of millions of people as the coronavirus pandemic threatens already strained...
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Shop One of a Kind Handmade Items

Have you ever wondered why you should shop handmade items rather than those made from machines? Handmade items are valuable because they are created by people...
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Flexible DNA: Is it deeply linked to the human psyche?

New research in mice suggests that when the DNA allows it, the brain neutralizes fearful memories using ‘fear extinction.’ The flexibility of a person’s...
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It’s Time for Change Now!

IT’S TIME FOR CHANGE NOW! by Hibba RazaChange needs to happen It needs to happen soon There’s trouble in the world And it’s all down to you Climate change...
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8 Astonishing CBD Facts You Didn’t Know About

If you enjoy taking CBD or cannabidiol on a regular basis, you probably already know that it is one of the ingredients of cannabis....
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Is 5G technology dangerous for our health?

As 5G wireless technology is slowly making its way across the globe, many government agencies and organizations advise that there is no reason to...
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Check your diet: You may lose your vision later in life

A new study spanning nearly 2 decades has found a link between an unhealthful diet and vision loss in older age. Should we be...
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Hair dye increases the risk of breast cancer, reveals research

A recent study has investigated links between hair products and breast cancer. The findings have caused a stir, so in this article, we put...
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Marijuana usage leads to cancer

As the use of marijuana is increasing in the United States, researchers are asking whether the use of this substance — particularly smoking joints...
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What mothers of children with special needs experience

Mother’s day just went by and most of us wished our mothers and showed them how much we love them. Motherhood is not easy,...
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How does diet affect your mental health?

Can diet impact mental health? A new review takes a look at the evidence. Overall, the authors conclude that although nutrition certainly does appear...
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Coronavirus: Scientists discover unique mutation, antibody

SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes the illness COVID-19. In the mutation, 81 letters in the virus’s genome had been deleted.Viral mutations are a...
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Improve your attention by taking this natural supplement

Omega-3 fish oil supplements can improve attention in some youths with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a new study.A new study finds...
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Your brain can develop itself even if it is cut in half

A fascinating new study involving people who underwent hemispherectomy — surgery to remove one of the brain's hemispheres — in childhood shows that these...
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You can gain weight if you eat more on weekend

A new study adds to the evidence that maintaining a regular eating schedule is key for preventing obesity.Eating at irregular times during the weekend...
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Exercise can jumpstart your brain

Just 20 minutes of exercise is as good as a coffee for our working memory, according to a new, first-of-its-kind study. Exercise may be...
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High protein diets increase heart attack risk

Many people might choose to follow a diet high in protein content to lose weight and build muscle mass. But a new study in...
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Virus lockdown risks 1.4 million TB deaths: Research

The global lockdown caused by COVID-19 risks a "devastating" surge in tuberculosis (TB) cases, with nearly 1.4 million additional deaths from the world's biggest...
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Want powerful brain? Involve in various activities

Individuals who participate in a variety of activities are likely to have better cognitive abilities than those who do not, according to a recent...
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Lightweight Face Shields & Masks – Why A Healthcare Worker Needs Them In Global...

As the world is facing hard times in dealing with the contagious COVID-19 disease, it is necessary to take care of your health with...
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Lockdown: It is important to regulate activities to avoid mental breakdown

A new study finds that people with depression are less likely to use activities to help regulate their moods. This is something that is...
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China starts developing another vaccine against the novel coronavirus

A team of scientists from China has found a new candidate drug against the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, which works by inhibiting a key part...
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Blood clots becomes number one cause of COVID-19 deaths

Several research teams writing in the journal Radiology suggest that blood clots play a significant role in why some people become seriously sick with...
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New coronavirus targets nose cells to spread in the body!

A new study suggests that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is most likely to target specific cells present in the nasal passages, lungs,...
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Can dogs detect COVID-19?

A team of researchers from the United Kingdom is putting forth an intriguing proposition: What if dogs could help detect COVID-19?Researchers from the U.K....
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Ecological disasters are exposing humans to unknown viruses: New Research in “ZooKeys”

Scientists have discovered six previously unknown coronaviruses in bats as per a new research published, this week, in the scientific journal, ZooKeys. Research is...

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Once upon a Virus: Chinese state media makes fun of US

Chinese state media network, has released a video that mocks the United States' coronavirus response. It tries to 'expose' and belittle Trump Administration's claims...

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