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Bharat Biotech: COVAXIN not advisable for pregnant, breastfeeding women, people with fever
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Bharat Biotech: COVAXIN not advisable for pregnant, breastfeeding women, people with fever

The fact sheet also asked people to inform the vaccinator or a supervising official about their medical condition before taking the vaccine.

Why are we afraid of fevers? Treating a fever with medicines affects the immune system too
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Why are we afraid of fevers? Treating a fever with medicines affects the immune system too

Fever acts to mobilize multiple arms on the immune system, helping many of them work at their peak capacity.

COVID-19 Symptom: Delirium accompanied by fever could be an early sign of coronavirus disease, new study suggests
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COVID-19 Symptom: Delirium accompanied by fever could be an early sign of coronavirus disease, new study suggests

But even as more research is being conducted into how the COVID-19 infection affects the brain and central nervous system, which neurological symptoms show up in patients and what the long-term effects of such damage may be, studies focusing on just delirium as a symptom of COVID-19 are sparse.

Kawasaki syndrome or MIS-C: Children recovering from COVID-19 also face the brunt of the disease
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Kawasaki syndrome or MIS-C: Children recovering from COVID-19 also face the brunt of the disease

A 14-year-old girl was admitted to a Mumbai hospital with rashes and high fever, classic symptoms of Kawasaki syndrome.

New COVID-19 symptom? Mouth rashes could be latest to make list, suggests JAMA study
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New COVID-19 symptom? Mouth rashes could be latest to make list, suggests JAMA study

A study published in the peer-reviewed journal JAMA Dermatology indicates that along with skin rashes, coronavirus patients also get enanthems (mouth rashes)

Loss of taste and smell is added to the United Kingdom's list of Coronavirus related symptoms
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Loss of taste and smell is added to the United Kingdom's list of Coronavirus related symptoms

However, this could be signs of other respiratory infections hence experts say fever and persistent cough should be important symptoms to look out for.

CDC adds new symptoms that can alert suspected Coronavirus patients of the possibility of being infected
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CDC adds new symptoms that can alert suspected Coronavirus patients of the possibility of being infected

It has turned out that many people with COVID-19 do not have fevers or it waxes and wanes, and sometimes accompanied by chills.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Guards in this Chinese park use AI-powered glasses to detect people with fever
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Guards in this Chinese park use AI-powered glasses to detect people with fever

Security staff at Hongyuan Park in eastern China’s Hangzhou city have been given artificial intelligence (AI) enabled glasses that can detect the body temperature of visitors, South China Morning Post reported.

Coronavirus explainer: 'What are the symptoms?', 'Is there a cure?' and other COVID-19 questions answered
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Coronavirus explainer: 'What are the symptoms?', 'Is there a cure?' and other COVID-19 questions answered

As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, the news is coming at a fast and furious pace. But don’t let the volume send you into a panic about your health and that of your loved ones

World Pneumonia Day: A curable disease that has become a burden on the Indian Populace
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World Pneumonia Day: A curable disease that has become a burden on the Indian Populace

Pneumonia is responsible for the death of a million people worldwide and needs immediate attention.

Aspirin reduces risk of blood clots, heart attacks, stroke, but increases bleeding making it a double-edged sword
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Aspirin reduces risk of blood clots, heart attacks, stroke, but increases bleeding making it a double-edged sword

Aspirin’s history goes back some 3,500 years when the Egyptians and the Sumerians started using willow bark to alleviate pain and fever. Yet, aspirin is also one of those drugs that every doctor (and dentist) will ask you about before doing an invasive procedure, no matter how small

Telangana introduces round-the-clock OPD services in government hospitals to curb dengue outbreak in state
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Telangana introduces round-the-clock OPD services in government hospitals to curb dengue outbreak in state

The Telangana government has taken special measures like opening 24-hour Out Patient Department (OPD) services to control cases of dengue in the state, said state health minister Etela Rajender

Bird flu scare in Bengaluru: 900 fowls culled after H5N1 avian influenza virus is detected; Karnataka govt starts awareness campaign
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Bird flu scare in Bengaluru: 900 fowls culled after H5N1 avian influenza virus is detected; Karnataka govt starts awareness campaign

As many as 900 fowls were culled after the H5N1 bird flu virus was detected in a dead bird in Bengaluru

H1N1, dengue outbreak in Kerala: Sluggish state govt response, apathetic local bodies to blame for rising death toll
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H1N1, dengue outbreak in Kerala: Sluggish state govt response, apathetic local bodies to blame for rising death toll

The joy of monsoon in Kerala is slowly giving way to the panic arising out of an ever increasing number of fever deaths and only the state government is to blame for the situation

Swine flu claims 221 lives in Maharashtra in 2017; With 58 deaths, Pune most affected
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Swine flu claims 221 lives in Maharashtra in 2017; With 58 deaths, Pune most affected

Swine flu has claimed as many as 221 lives in Maharashtra so far this year with Pune alone accounting for more than one-fourth of the fatalities, a government official said

Zika outbreak in India: WHO confirms three cases in Ahmedabad, Gujarat
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Zika outbreak in India: WHO confirms three cases in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday confirmed the first three cases of Zika virus in India from Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Mite scare in Himachal: Scrub typhus claim 24 lives, 825 tested positive
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Mite scare in Himachal: Scrub typhus claim 24 lives, 825 tested positive

Twenty-four patients suffering from scrub typhus, a disease caused by the bite of an infected mite found in areas with heavy scrub vegetation, have died in Himachal Pradesh, an official said on Friday.

Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa to be discharged soon, says AIADMK dismissing rumours of her poor health
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Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa to be discharged soon, says AIADMK dismissing rumours of her poor health

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is under observation and absolutely fine, said CR Saraswathy of AIADMK amid reports of her deteriorating health.

As Zika heads to India, an older strain in Indians prepare for a second coming
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As Zika heads to India, an older strain in Indians prepare for a second coming

A virulent version of the Zika virus that has swept the globe is headed for India, where an older, more benign strain is likely to be quietly residing within some Indians, possibly preparing genetic ground for a quick, new second-coming, experts have warned.

With dengue cases on the rise, here's a myth-busting infographic on the disease
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With dengue cases on the rise, here's a myth-busting infographic on the disease

As many as 406 new dengue cases were reported from different districts of West Bengal in the last 24 hours. Here is what you know about the disease