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New Study Links Long Covid with Increased Risk of Face Blindness

A study suggests that prolonged symptoms of COVID-19 may be associated with difficulties recognising faces, a condition called face blindness, and navigation issues. In previous studies, COVID-19 has been shown to cause a range of neurological problems, including loss of smell and taste, as well as impairments in attention, memory, speech, and language, or “brain

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Covid 19: India works on ‘Warm Vaccine’ to tackle Coronavirus

All vaccines are required to distribute the temperature between 2°C and 8°C which is called a cold chain. Coronavirus vaccines are still developing according to the WHO, which should be cooled to temperatures level 0°C to 8 C. Coronavirus vaccines cannot travel to villages and small towns without a cold chain. This is the biggest problem for

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Journalism with a human touch

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the world. The deadly disease has infected millions and claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands. Fortunately, far fewer people have died in India than many other countries that have been ravaged by the outbreak. But, as witnessed by the numerous tragic deaths of migrants in accidents, the virus isn’t

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When will we get relief from Coronavirus? Check this report…

The coronavirus epidemic is the biggest problem facing the world today. It is spread almost all over the world. The number of cases increasing on a daily basis – At present, there are 32,56,846 confirmed cases worldwide and the total number of deaths is 23,3,388. If we talk about India, there are 35,043 confirmed cases

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Homeschooling during COVID-19 Lockdown: A privilege of the educated class

Complete Lockdown during Coronavirus outbreak has intensified the already existing economic crisis in India. While the financial impact of the lockdown on the survival of daily wage laborers has been highlighted by the policymakers and media, the consequences of the lockdown on the children of the uneducated, unorganized sector workers have received relatively less attention.

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Why did Wuhan in China become the epicentre of the coronavirus?

Source: Youtube/FalunDafaIndia It is interesting to note that Liu Bowen, an ancient sage in the Ming Dynasty, predicted the time, location and susceptible population of the outbreak of coronavirus in his book Taibai Mountain Monument Inscription, in the following verses:  “One worries the onset of disaster in Huguang (a region in China that includes Hubei), which

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Shifting Family ethics in the times of Coronavirus outbreak

The 21st century witnessed a transition in family norms – from an extended family based on the reciprocal obligation to the nuclear family based on self-fulfillment. The proliferation of education in the middle class in the 2000s led men and women to venture into the public domain to fulfill career goals, seek partners through dating

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Why You Will Never Ever Know the Facts About Coronavirus in China?

During the 4th June 1989 student pro-democracy protest in China, which is remembered as the Tiananmen Square massacre, the Chinese communist government claimed that “no shots were fired.” We asked with all due indignation ‘Why were we not told about the SARS epidemic?’ when the SARS cover-up by the Chinese communist party was finally exposed in

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