It’s natural to be anxious about having the COVID-19 vaccine, particularly with reports of side effects. However, with more people becoming vaccinated every day, it’s critical to review the dos and don’ts after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. To assist, we will focus on the precautions to take before and after receiving the COVID vaccine. The Do’s […]
World Sickle Cell Day and Blood donation for Covid-19
Safe blood transfusion is a critical element of patient care and it saves hundreds of lives every day while also enhancing the health and well-being of a large number of individuals. The accessibility to blood for those who need it has become very difficult. In developing countries, blood shortages are particularly severe. Blood donor day and […]
How does AIDS Vaccine Awareness Help us Fight HIV?
HIV/AIDS impairs an infected person’s T cells who can spread the infection through blood transmission, sharing needles, and unprotected sex. India is home to the world’s third-largest HIV/AIDS infected with over 2 million confirmed cases including over 2.5 lac deaths recorded in 2020. After the first infection, a person may suffer no symptoms or a […]
International Nurses Day: Honouring Nurses for their Selfless services
Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system. We cannot imagine how our healthcare mechanism would be without compassionate nurses amid the current pandemic. A nurse is so much more than a medical professional. As caregivers and healthcare providers, they take up so many different roles that it’s hard to encompass them all under one work […]
Symptoms of Covid variants and How to fight Covid 2.0?
Public health officials have warned that highly contagious infectious diseases, like COVID-19, can re-emerge and cause a second and possibly third wave of the disease. The warning should not be taken lightly as historically previous pandemics involving plague, cholera, and influenza that once clear of their initial peak of activity have re-emerged in a different segment […]
How is Digital Consultation Transforming Healthcare?
The current seasonal change from winter to spring to summer invite seasonal diseases like flu, stomach infections and body aches. Telemedicine consultation empowers you to seek answers to all your health-related questions, medical advice, or an opinion or diagnosis in just a few clicks without stepping out from your home. E-Healthcare apps like Gigadocs offer […]
How No Smoking builds your Immunity to fight Covid Pandemic?
Every year, more than 1.3 million people in India die as a result of tobacco-related illnesses like cancer, with one million of those deaths attributable to smoking. One needs a powerful, and personal reason to quit smoking. Around 55% of smokers choose to quit or intend to quit. When you smoke, you release chemical particles […]
National Science Day: How Health Apps and Telemedicine Makes You Fit?
It has been almost a year since the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Covid-19 a global pandemic. Since then, Covid and the subsequent lockdown has created an enormous public health concern that being- people with existing comorbidities without any Covid symptoms could not access their regular follow-up care. Although Covid vaccinations are underway, this […]
Covid Safety Precautions for Children when School College Reopen
Schools and Colleges are not just learning institutions, they are a crucial support system for students to aid in their mental wellbeing and physical growth. However, Covid changed all of that, this pandemic forced schools and colleges to shut down and children to continue their studies from home, with no outdoor activities or bonding with […]
India celebrates 72nd Republic Day 2021, with Made-in-India Covid Vaccine
India celebrates its Republic Day on the 26th. January, to mark the day when it became a sovereign republic. While India gained its independence from the British in 1947, it took three long years for the Indian Constitution to came into effect and India became a republic sovereign state. The country celebrates Republic day with […]