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Aquatic Therapy: Introduction, Benefits And Challenges

For patients who have found difficulty in coping up and staying consistent with conventional land-based physiotherapy, aquatic therapy is the one stop solution to their rehabilitation needs.

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COVID-19 Update

Active cases account for 1.02 per cent of total cases.

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Update On COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

More than 77.77 crore (77,77,26,335) vaccine doses have been provided to States/UTs so far.

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NIH To Fund $470 Mn To Conduct Study On Long-term COVID-19 Consequences

The grant is part of an initiative the main US health research body launched in February to understand why symptoms of the illness persist long after infection in some cases - a condition known as 'long COVID' and why some individuals develop new or returning symptoms after recovery.

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LifeCell’s ‘Mesocel’ Therapy To Treat COVID Gets DGCI's Approval For Clinical Trial

LifeCell, using MSCs obtained from the umbilical cord tissue to treat COVID-19 has become the first stem cell bank to receive DCGI’s approval.

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34,403 New COVID Cases Reported In Last 24 Hours

The active caseload is presently 3,39,056. Active cases presently constitute 1.02 per cent of the country's total positive cases.

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Mental Health Break At Mom's Belief

Mom’s Belief launches initiatives to support employee’s mental and emotional health.

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Asia Supercharges Vaccination Efforts After Slow Start; US Lags

India, with the world’s second-highest tally of infections, has given 42 per cent of its population of nearly 1.4 billion at least one dose.

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New Potential Breast Cancer Drug Identified

The drug works by blocking other molecules - proteins called co-factors - that also must attach to the oestrogen receptor for cancer cells to multiply.

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China Has Completed Vaccinating Over 70% Of Population Against COVID-19

A total of 1.01 billion people in China have been administered with a full course of vaccinations as of 15th September.

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