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A flu shot vaccine, as the name denotes, is a vaccination that provides protection against the influenza virus. Here, Dr Tushar Tayal offers his insights on the relevance of influenza vaccines during the chaotic times of coronavirus. 

Coronavirus has been the highlight of the year 2020. It has effectively sent the world in a frenzy and shifted the outlook of the healthcare sector. Every single person has been impacted by COVID-19 in one way or another. People have become apprehensive of even common viral infections and rightly so. While the battle against

The change in season brings along an increased risk of health issues. In this article, Dr Tushar Tayal, a prominent Internal medicine specialist, addresses some cold-weather health hazards and how to prevent them.

Each year, with the onset of cold-weather, Indian households prepare to battle winter health hazards. Our mothers gear up with the traditional chyawanprash, monkey caps and vegetable soups to protect us from seasonal health concerns. This winter season, however, we might need to carry out additional protection.  The world is still struggling with COVID-19. We

Diseases transmitted by the mosquitos are known as mosquito-borne diseases. In this article, we will look at some of the common mosquito-borne diseases in the country, their symptoms, treatments and preventive steps. 

In the year 2020, 297 cases of dengue were reported in Delhi itself (till Sept. 20’). Dengue is one of the diseases spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. These types of diseases are called mosquito-borne diseases. The five most common diseases in this category that exists in India include dengue, malaria, Chikungunya virus

A fever (or hyperthermia) is defined as a temporary increase in your body temperature. Fever is not a condition on its own, in fact, it is one of the first symptoms that indicates something amiss in your body.

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has made us fear the words “fever”, “cough”, “sore throat” and other symptoms associated with COVID-19. Earlier, fever was not an immediate cause of concern, unless it was related to other conditions such as fever in a surgical patient. Today, however, even a mild fever can result in panic and quarantine.