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Get insights into the emergence of JN.1, a sub-variant of Omicron, amid fresh Covid concerns. Understand its prevalence, characteristics, and impact on public health, as experts shed light on its transmissibility and implications for vaccinations and treatments."

Understanding JN1: Sub-Variant Amid COVID Concerns

Get insights into the emergence of JN.1, a sub-variant of Omicron, amid fresh Covid concerns. Understand its prevalence, characteristics, and impact on public health, as experts shed light on its transmissibility and implications for vaccinations and treatments."
Get insights into the emergence of JN.1, a sub-variant of Omicron, amid fresh Covid concerns. Understand its prevalence, characteristics, and impact on public health, as experts shed light on its transmissibility and implications for vaccinations and treatments."

Long Covid Afflicts At Least 14% of the US Population

A comprehensive investigation into long Covid and symptom prevalence in the United States reveals that one in seven individuals had experienced long Covid by the conclusion of 2022. Researchers from UCL and Dartmouth conducted this large-scale study, offering crucial insights into the profound impact of long Covid on affected individuals.
Get insights into the emergence of JN.1, a sub-variant of Omicron, amid fresh Covid concerns. Understand its prevalence, characteristics, and impact on public health, as experts shed light on its transmissibility and implications for vaccinations and treatments."

Eris Variant Spreads Across the UK: makes up one in seven new COVID cases

The Eris variant, also known as EG.5.1, has emerged as a major concern in the United Kingdom as it now constitutes one in seven new COVID-19 cases, making up 14.6% of the total infections in the country. The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) recently reported that the variant is the second most prevalent in the UK, having gained momentum within a short period.
6.9 million COVID-19 deaths till 2023

6.9 million COVID-19 deaths till 2023

The World Health organisation in its latest World Health Statistics reported over 759 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 and nearly 6.9 million reported COVID-19 deaths globally up to March 11, 2023. However, the true toll of the COVID-19 pandemic is significantly higher as it has indirectly affected mortality through mechanisms such as disruptions to health-care services and changes in care-seeking behaviours,
Official End to Covid 19 Health Emergency Adds to priorities of children

Official End to Covid 19 Health Emergency Adds to priorities of children

Children, whose lives went upside down during the time of Covid 19, should get greater priority now with the World Health Organisation...
In India, medical graduates used to function as family physicians in cities while in villages, a registered medical practitioner (RMP) played that role. With significant advancement in medical knowledge, having only an MBBS degree is no longer considered enough for providing optimum care as a family physician. Accordingly, patients now usually approach specialists even for trivial problems.

After three COVID years, Health Systems Show Recovery Signs

Three years into COVID-19, health systems in most countries have started showing the first major signs of recovery, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Covid no longer a Global Threat

Covid 19 no longer a Global Threat

Covid 19 is no longer a global threat with the World Health Organisation declaring an end to the pandemic as a public...
Conflict, Climate Shocks, COVID-19 Threaten Reducing Child Marriage

Conflict, Climate Shocks, COVID-19 Threaten Reducing Child Marriage

The world saw a steady decline in child marriage in the last decade, but multiple crises, including conflict, climate shocks, and the...
The world tourism is showing a staggering 90% recovery anticipated by the year's end, marking a significant rebound from the pandemic-induced downturn, said the recent statistics by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Tourism in Asia Must Adapt To Post Covid Environ

Tourism in Asian countries have begun to rebound as COVID-19  restrictions have been lifted. But they must adapt to various challenges to...
In our fast-paced and often stressful world, prioritizing mental health is essential. Research suggests that incorporating five simple yet powerful steps into our lives can boost our mental health and overall sense of well-being. By adopting these techniques, we can nurture positivity, emotional resilience, and lead more fulfilling lives.

Mental Health Was Good During Covid 19; A Surprise Study

In a surprise study, researchers said that people's mental health fared fairly well over the course of Covid 19 pandemic, which until...