Can sauna sessions be a substitute for exercise?
While using the sauna benefits the cardiovascular system, it does not produce comprehensive benefits to the body the same way physical exercise does.
Hospitals struggle to provide oxygen as Covid-19 cases rise
The country could be experiencing a silent surge in the number of patients requiring oxygen as the country faces a new wave of Covid-19
US doctors forced to ration as cancer drug shortages hit nationwide
Experts say the US is currently suffering one of the most severe shortages of chemotherapy drugs it’s seen for three decades.
Lancet study: More than 100 million people in India diabetic
A new study published in Lancet estimates that 101 million people in India – 11.4% of the country’s population – are living with diabetes. A survey commissioned by the health ministry also found that 136 million people – or 15.3% – could be living with pre-diabetes.
Albinos, Unbs lock horns over lotion testing fees
Importance of menstrual hygiene for women with disabilities
Although women with disabilities suffer greater hindrances in the care and support of their menstruation, timely interventions can help reduce the social stigma and taboos associated with it.
Ban disposable vapes to protect children – doctors
Children’s doctors are calling for a complete ban on disposable vapes because they may damage young people’s lungs and are bad for the environment.
Basic energy access lags amid renewable opportunities, new report shows
The goal includes reaching universal access to electricity and clean cooking, doubling historical levels of efficiency improvements, and substantially increasing the share of renewables in the global energy mix.
Generation game: gene-edited mosquitos to fight malaria
Population-level changes in the genetic makeup of one of the world’s deadliest animals could provide a key in the fight against malaria, proponents of a radical new technology argue.