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Initial dengue vaccine experiments successful

Initial dengue vaccine experiments successful

TOKYO: Early vaccine trials aimed at preventing dengue fever have had significant success. Large-scale clinical trials have resulted in 80% recovery.Earlier, the first dengue vaccine vaccine came to the Philippines in 2016, but experiments were halted the following year due to certain immunization measures. People who have never had dengue fever have become seriously ill with dengue vaccine.

This year, US institutions approved the...

The number of dengue patients in Pakistan reached 44 thousand
5 days 6 hours ago

The number of dengue patients in Pakistan reached 44 thousand

Islamabad: The number of dengue patients has crossed 44,000 in Pakistan while 66 people have died of dengue in the country so far.According to health experts, dengue has increased in the country due to several factors,...

The best version of an avocado cholesterol lowering daily
5 days 19 hours ago

The best version of an avocado cholesterol lowering daily

Pennsylvania: But parsley or avocado is now available in Pakistan as well, and its regular use plays an important role in eliminating health-threatening cholesterol.Although a small number of people have participated in this...

Running once a week saves premature death: research
5 days 22 hours ago

Running once a week saves premature death: research

Recent research has proven that running 50 minutes a week can save a person from premature death.Melbourne's Victoria University collected 14 research data, which included more than 23 million people.

After the research, experts...

Measles can lead to more diseases by weakening the body's immune system
6 days 8 hours ago

Measles can lead to more diseases by weakening the body's immune system

Holland: Two major studies in the Netherlands have shown that measles disease has a long-lasting effect on children, even as their natural immune system can weaken and cause other diseases.This is disturbing news as...

Pakistan ranks second in hepatitis C patients 
6 days 20 hours ago

Pakistan ranks second in hepatitis C patients 

Karachi: The number of hepatitis C patients in Pakistan is the second highest globally, with an estimated one million to 100 million people infected in the country.This was done by local and foreign experts on Tuesday at the Dr. Panjwani...

Great pear benefits that protect against many diseases
1 week 6 hours ago

Great pear benefits that protect against many diseases

London: Elders say that fruits and vegetables should be eaten every season as it protects against energy and illness of all kinds. In this category, pear is nothing less than one that has been neglected in spite of its tremendous...

150 million Pakistanis suffer from hepatitis
1 week 8 hours ago

150 million Pakistanis suffer from hepatitis

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Health has revealed that 150 million Pakistanis are affected by hepatitis.Hepatitis screening will begin from 2020, screening 14 million people during the five-year program, said Dr. Zafar Mirza, Assistant Prime...

The student's brain surgery broadcast live on Facebook
1 week 19 hours ago

The student's brain surgery broadcast live on Facebook

Texas: A 25-year-old student's brain operation was shown live on Facebook to raise awareness and awareness of people with mental disorders in the United States.According to the International News Agency, Jenna Shardt, a 25-year-old...

A quick and less expensive diagnosis Test of TB is ready
1 week 21 hours ago

A quick and less expensive diagnosis Test of TB is ready

Massachusetts: An international team of physicians has developed a test for the diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB), which is cost-effective as well as a quick diagnosis, with accuracy rates better than any current TB test. Is going...

The brain keeps clear of irregular substances during sleep
1 week 1 day ago

The brain keeps clear of irregular substances during sleep

Boston: After researching humans for the first time, it has come to our attention that there is an important system of cleansing inside the brain that continues to sweep the brain during sleep.The cerebrospinal fluid is a type...

Skin itching can cause not only allergies, but also mental illness, research
1 week 1 day ago

Skin itching can cause not only allergies, but also mental illness, research

Sweden: Medical experts have revealed that skin itching is not only an allergy to an item or a disease like eczema but also a cause of mental illness that is impossible to get rid of without itching.A study...

First Lady Ms, Samina Arif Alvi Lead the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign!
1 week 4 days ago

First Lady Ms, Samina Arif Alvi Lead the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign!

 Possibility of Full Survival in 80% of Cases at Initial Stage Diagnosis: First Lady Massage
Islamabad: The first lady, Ms. Samina Arif Alawi, said, "According to the specific instructions of the Honorable...

XDR typhoid outbreak worsens in Sindh
1 week 4 days ago

XDR typhoid outbreak worsens in Sindh

KARACHI: Readers will remember that a serious type of typhoid was found in Sindh recently, especially affecting children in the province. Now, experts have expressed their concern.XD-certified fever is a cause for concern in Sindh. There are more...

Now reduce obesity without Joining GYM
1 week 5 days ago

Now reduce obesity without Joining GYM

Nowadays there are new ways of doing gym and exercise on social media, with many actresses sharing pictures of gym on their social media accounts, which has led to a huge increase.According to the expert diet, weight loss can be reduced or...

Significant progress in experimental TB vaccine
1 week 6 days ago

Significant progress in experimental TB vaccine

Switzerland: TB is a pandemic for the whole world. Now a vaccine has been developed in this regard which has had good effects on humans. If a large number of people's trials lead to more positive results, it will be possible to prevent a...

1 week 6 days ago

Reduction in neurological stress and depression from severe autism

London: Well, self-esteem is considered one of the negative aspects of personality, but a recent study of 700 people revealed that "severe autism" not only reduces nervous tension. In fact, the chances of suffering from...

Continued use of yogurt reduces the risk of lung cancer, research
2 weeks 8 hours ago

Continued use of yogurt reduces the risk of lung cancer, research

Nash Valley: A survey has shown that if yogurt is used consistently, it can reduce the risk of lung cancer, and even improve the use of fiber foods.It is estimated that consuming fiber foods and one cup of yogurt daily...

Worldwide blood donation shortages are on the rise, reports
2 weeks 23 hours ago

Worldwide blood donation shortages are on the rise, reports

WASHINGTON: A new study has shown that the demand for blood and its components is increasing worldwide, which is unable to meet current blood donations.In a detailed report published in the well-known medical journal Lannister...

130% increase in pancreatic cancer due to obesity
2 weeks 4 days ago

130% increase in pancreatic cancer due to obesity

London: A recent global study has revealed that the number of pancreatic cancer patients worldwide is abnormally increasing, with the main cause of rapidly increasing obesity in people.This report is published in the latest issue of the...

8th woman in the country at risk of breast cancer, experts say
2 weeks 4 days ago

8th woman in the country at risk of breast cancer, experts say

KARACHI: Acting Vice-Chancellor Dow University of Health Sciences Professor Zarnaz Ekiti has said that every eighth woman in Pakistan is at risk of breast cancer and is one of the leading cause of death among women.Breast...

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