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Abnormally long periods, irregular menstrual cycles, clotting, and heavy flow are some of the issues that several women who have recently recovered from covid are witnessing.
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Date : August 30, 2021
Publication name : The Times of India
Manipal Hospitals makes its first ever inroads to international media by addressing the NIGERIA UNION of JOURNALISTS while conducting a Workshop to spread awareness on Oncology gets extensive media coverage in NIGERIA.
Date : August 27, 2021
Publication name : News 31
Mr. Sameer Agarwal said, It made us review our custom practices, and helped us design a new work culture in time with the expanding digital world. Virtual consultations, remote monitoring, and e-ICUs played a crucial role in handling the situation.
Date : August 26, 2021
Publication name : The Week
In India, the peaks and nadirs come at different times. Delhi and Mumbai had the peak of the second wave earlier than Bangalore and hence the nadir came earlier too, said Dr Sudarshan Ballal.
Date : August 13, 2021
Publication name : Bangalore Mirror
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Date : August 13, 2021
Publication name : News 18 Kannada
Fair number of kids testing positive in the city of Bangalore. This was not however totally unexpected. There has been some debate. It was known that the third wave would be hitting the younger population for many reasons, said Dr Sudarshan Ballal.
Date : August 12, 2021
Publication name : India Ahead
Summer or winter, autumn or monsoon – seasons bring a lot more with them than just change in weather and temperature. They are also about seasonal vegetables and fruits and guess what – they are super healthy. Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar, too, swears by the health benefits of relishing a bowlful of fresh seasonal fruits that pack vitamins and nutrients in abundance. And during monsoons, when pakoras, samosas, and tea become the staple, we recommend bringing some seasonal fruits to your table, and for good reason. Dt. Deeksha Ahalawat – Consultant, Nutrition and Dietetics – HCMCT Manipal Hospitals, Dwarka, recently spoke about the healthiest seasonal fruits that one can enjoy during monsoons and keep their nutrient intake high.
Date : August 10, 2021
Publication name : Times Now