The World Health Organization has urged people to cancel some of their holiday plans to protect public health as the Omicron variant spreads globally. "An event cancelled is better than a life cancelled," said WHO head Dr Tedros Adhanom ..
The term “Testosterone” refers to a steroid hormone generated in men's testicles and also in women's ovaries. When the body fails to produce the normal amount of testosterone, it is referred to as ‘hypogonadism’, which..
I get irritating spots on my skin when the temperature in the room changes quickly from hot to cold, or vice versa. Yes, it’s an allergic reaction to the weather, as a physician has told me.. But that is not the only reason why other people ..
Magnesium cultivates great wellbeing in the body by managing circulatory strain, bringing down the danger of cardio-vascular sickness, counteracting headaches and diminishing menstrual spasms. It is required for the execution of more than 300 respons..
COVID-19 infections are more likely to trigger rare cardiovascular complications such as heart inflammation and irregular heartbeat than vaccines, a British study showed on Tuesday, after scientists parsed data of about 38 million vaccinated people. ..
All three U.S.-authorized COVID-19 vaccines appear to be significantly less protective against the newly-detected Omicron variant of the coronavirus in laboratory testing, but a booster dose likely restores most of the protection, according to ..
The new coronavirus variant Omicron is spreading across the globe at an unprecedented rate, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned Cases of the heavily mutated variant have been confirmed in 77 countries. But at a press conference, WHO ..
Dermatologist Dr. Justine Hextall explores the different types of scarring related to breast cancer treatment and how healthcare professionals can support patients to deal with it. Bio-Oil is a cosmetic oil that can help reduce the appearance of s..
Indonesia will start administering COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged between 6-11 on Tuesday, a health ministry official said, as the Southeast Asian country becomes one of the first in the region to immunise the very young. Indonesia approv..