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Covaxin 77.8 Percent Effective Against Covid-19: Lancet Study

Covaxin 77.8 Percent Effective Against Covid-19: Lancet Study

18 January 2022

Covaxin analysis demonstrated it to be 93.4 percent effective against severe symptomatic Covid-19, the Lancet Study said.

1,19,000 Indian Children Lost Caregivers To Covid During First 14 Months Of Pandemic: Report

1,19,000 Indian Children Lost Caregivers To Covid During First 14 Months Of Pandemic: Report

10 January 2022

The study funded in part by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), stated that 25,500 children in India...


Non-Communicable Neurological Disorders Doubled In India In Last Two Decades

Ageing of the population is one of the main contributors to the rise in burden of non-communicable neurological disorders within the country, a Lancet report...

Peer- Reviewed Lancet Journals Suggest Nature To Be The Origin Of Coronavirus

Peer- Reviewed Lancet Journals Suggest Nature To Be The Origin Of Coronavirus

11 January 2022

The same team of scientists who published these articles, had last year dismissed the lab leak idea as a conspiracy theory in a report also published in The...


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Covaxin 77.8 Percent Effective Against Covid-19: Lancet Study

Covaxin 77.8 Percent Effective Against Covid-19: Lancet Study

Covaxin analysis demonstrated it to be 93.4 percent effective against severe symptomatic Covid-19, the Lancet Study said.

18 January 2022
1,19,000 Indian Children Lost Caregivers To Covid During First 14 Months Of Pandemic: Report

1,19,000 Indian Children Lost Caregivers To Covid During First 14 Months Of Pandemic: Report

The study funded in part by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), stated that 25,500 children in India lost their mother to COVID-19 while 90,751 lost their father and 12 lost both their parents.

10 January 2022
Non-Communicable Neurological Disorders Doubled In India In Last Two Decades

Non-Communicable Neurological Disorders Doubled In India In Last Two Decades

Ageing of the population is one of the main contributors to the rise in burden of non-communicable neurological disorders within the country, a Lancet report highlights.

10 January 2022
Peer- Reviewed Lancet Journals Suggest Nature To Be The Origin Of Coronavirus

Peer- Reviewed Lancet Journals Suggest Nature To Be The Origin Of Coronavirus

The same team of scientists who published these articles, had last year dismissed the lab leak idea as a conspiracy theory in a report also published in The Lancet.

11 January 2022
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