World Braille Day: Vision Loss, Symptoms and Preventive Tips

Going blind is one of the greatest fears’ that patients with eye diseases fear across the world. Slowing down the entire process begins with understanding the causes, symptoms, preventive measures, and available treatments. Partial or Total Vision loss affects about 300 to 400 million globally, of this 80% of vision loss affects seniors alone.   Vision loss, […]

Diet Plan and Health Tips for the New Year

2020 has been a testing time for all of us. It was a year where immunity and health shared the utmost priority to fight the deadly Coronavirus pandemic. Though, we are just a few days away from the new year 2021, thinking of the year ahead signifies a fresh start for many. For some, new year […]

Digital Healthcare Promises Universal Health Coverage to All

Even Primary healthcare services are not available to everyone. Statistics suggests that at least half of the world’s population is not covered by essential healthcare care facilities. Besides over 100 million people are pushed to extreme poverty due to expenses on healthcare facilities which was simply beyond their reach.    The Covid pandemic has added to […]

World Disability Day: Universal Healthcare for the Disabled

Disability affects one in seven people worldwide. About 15% of the world’s population is a victim of disability which includes more than 90 million children and over 700 million adults.   A global public health and human rights concern, disabled people are one of the most discriminated, who often experience violence, insufficient food availability, unemployment, and […]

Winter Season Precautions to Fight the Second Wave of Covid-19

The winter season is here, so are most of the respiratory illnesses like influenza, seasonal cold etc. A spike is seen in the number of infection cases bought by the virus, which tend to survive for longer in the cold and dry climates.   The novel coronavirus has proven to be an all-seasonal virus that […]

How to Choose the Best Hand Wash this Global Hand Washing Day?

We touch a lot of commonly used surfaces every day, like door handles, ATMs, cellphone, doorknobs, elevator buttons, and so on, have you ever wondered how many viruses and infections it may bring to you? With its high infectivity rate Covid-19 has made frequently used surfaces even more dangerous. Any viruses that survive on these surfaces […]

Suicide Prevention: Caring for Mental Health and Depression to Fight Covid-19

Suicide affects millions and is the leading cause of deaths and medical emergencies globally. It is estimated that suicide or voluntarily taking away one’s life is the cause of about 1 million annual casualties. Whopping 20+ attempts are behind one successful suicide attempt, which makes it more worrisome. Suicide and its attempts have a cascading […]

World Patient Safety Day: Caring for Patient Healthcare During the Covid-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has bought huge challenges in providing uninterrupted patient care. Healthcare workers globally are facing psychological and emotional disturbances, violence, stigma, illness, and even death. In extreme situations, working in stressful environments can lead to stress-induced errors which can lead to patient harm. The pandemic has redefined the critical aspects of patient safety […]

Busting COVID-19 Myths: 15 Facts You Must Know About Coronavirus

India has overtaken Brazil and currently, it is the second most COVID-19 infected country registering a rapid increase in the number of those infected from the dangerous pandemic. As the country approaches to Unlock 4.0 with significant relaxations like allowing children from classes 9-12 to visit schools for consultation, resumption of metro services, allowing 100 people […]

The Lifecycle of Coronavirus Pandemic: Covid-19- From Infection to Recovery

Coronavirus replicates and spreads exponentially through its lifecycle.Covid-19 symptoms can come up, in an infected person who can transmit the virus very easily to others, by sneezing or by not following social distancing and quarantine practices.  Covid-19 lifecycle carries its course from incubation to recovery as described under The entire lifecycle of the virus can be […]

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