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Indian Pharma companies: Drug companies may take a hit, too

Indian pharmaceutical companies are staring at a possible write-off of their receivables from Sri Lanka, as they are struggling to repatriate money from the South Asian island country which is facing severe dollar crunch and a devaluation of local currency due to ongoing economic crisis. One of India’s leading drug …

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Covid19: Regular International Flights Likely To Resume From March 15: Govt Sources

Covid19: Regular International Flights Likely To Resume From March 15: Govt Sources

New Delhi: With Covid-19 cases declining steadily, regular international flights are expected to resume on March 15, PTI reported quoting government sources. Upon resumption, standard operating procedures effective at airports for foreign arrivals and departure would be followed. “Given the consistent decline in Covid cases, a decision on resuming scheduled …

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth Tests Positive For Covid-19 At Age Of 95, Know Details Here

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth Tests Positive For Covid-19 At Age Of 95, Know Details Here

New Delhi: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, the worlds ‘oldest reigning monarch, tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday and is suffering moderate symptoms, according to Buckingham Palace. She intends to resume modest responsibilities this week, news agency Reuters reported. The 95-year-old queen’s health has been in the limelight since she spent a …

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With sound therapy, healing is an earshot away- The New Indian Express

With sound therapy, healing is an earshot away- The New Indian Express

By Express News Service HYDERABAD:  Walking on dry leaves, the sound of rainfall, wind cruising through leaves on a quiet summer day — the rhythmic sounds of nature are undeniably soothing. Did you know sounds can create physiological reactions and heal parts of you? Sound engineers, musicians and singing bowl …

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UK lifts all testing requirements for vaccinated travellers, Health News, ET HealthWorld

UK lifts all testing requirements for vaccinated travellers, Health News, ET HealthWorld

LONDON: Vaccinated travellers can enter Britain without taking any coronavirus tests starting Friday, after the government scrapped one of the final restrictions imposed over the past two years in response to Covid-19. British residents and visitors who have had at least two doses of an approved coronavirus vaccine now only …

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Definition & Facts of Interstitial Cystitis

Definition & Facts of Interstitial Cystitis

In this section: What is IC? Interstitial cystitis (IC), also called bladder pain syndrome, is a chronic, or long-lasting, condition that causes painful urinary symptoms. Symptoms of IC may be different from person to person. For example, some people feel mild discomfort, pressure, or tenderness in the pelvic area. Other …

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Medical students studying in China University seeks physical training in India, Delhi HC issues notice, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Medical students studying in China University seeks physical training in India, Delhi HC issues notice, Health News, ET HealthWorld

The Delhi High Court on Thursday issued notice to the Centre and National Medical Council (NMC) on a plea moved by students seeking directions to NMC to allow physical training in India of Indian students studying medicine in China, who are stuck in their home country India, due to COVID-19 …

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namuscla: Lupin enters pact with Medis to distribute orphan drug in Europe

namuscla: Lupin enters pact with Medis to distribute orphan drug in Europe

Drug maker Lupin on Wednesday said it has entered into a distribution agreement with Medis for Lupin’s orphan drug NaMuscla (mexiletine). Medis will commercialize NaMuscla for the symptomatic treatment of myotonia in adults with non-dystrophic myotonic (NDM) disorders in Central and Eastern European countries. Under the agreement, Medis will initially …

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New computer model shows best ways to slow COVID-19 spread, Health News, ET HealthWorld

New computer model shows best ways to slow COVID-19 spread, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Researchers in Canada have developed a computer model that simulates many variables affecting the transmission of COVID-19 to suggest the best ways to slow the spread of variants. The model created by researchers at the University of Waterloo takes raw data already in use to forecast case numbers and hospitalisations, …

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