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Flu shot vaccine, Influenza vaccines, Flu vaccination, Influenza vaccines, seasonal flu shot, seasonal flu vaccine, Influenza vaccine cost in India, seasonal influenza, seasonal influenza symptoms, seasonal influenza vaccine effectiveness, what kind of flu vaccine is the flu shot, inactivated influenza vaccine
December 16, 2020

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 COVID is ongoing, we cannot afford to fall sick. The advent of winters during a pandemic calls for the need of flu shot vaccine.   In this article, Dr Tushar Tayal, head

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Common Fever, Fevery causes, Fever symptoms, Fever treatment, difference between common fever and Corornavirus
October 26, 2020

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. In this article, we will look closer at “fever”, measuring it and how to understand if it is harmless or indicative of something far more

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July 29, 2020

Over the past few months, coronavirus has taken over the world, impacting almost every country. As the number of cases surge past 1.44 million in the country itself as of July 2020, the spectrum of disease presentation has widened as well. Currently, Haryana has recorded over 30,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases (20% of which are in Gurgaon).   As our knowledge of the virus and the infection it causes increases, a number of unheard symptoms have come into light. Symptoms involving the foot and

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breast cancer, mammograms, oncology
May 22, 2020

Under normal situations, oncology professionals recommend women between the ages of 50 and 74 with an average risk for breast cancer to undergo annual mammogram screenings.  But the times you're living in are far from normal.  Ideally, if you do not witness the warning signs, you would do well to delay your mammogram test until the COVID-19 pandemic is under control. Do not let this perilous circumstance limit your ability to check if you require immediate medical help. But a lump in

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