COVID-19: Israel to begin vaccine trials from Nov 1 after receiving regulatory approval  Republic WorldView Full coverage on Google News
  1. COVID-19 heart changes raise death risk; virus may be lead killer of young adults during surges  Reuters
  2. Coronavirus could age the brain by 10 years or cause IQ to fall  The Australian
  3. COVID-19 “long-hauler” phenomenon presents in children and teens as schools reopen against expert advice  WSWS
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  1. Science News Roundup: On the moon, water water everywhere and not a drop to drink; COVID-19 heart changes raise death risk; virus may be lead killer of young adults during surges and more  Devdiscourse
  2. Having more than 5 coronavirus symptoms may predict long-COVID case - Business Insider  Business Insider
  3. If you have these 2 COVID symptoms you could end up...  AlKhaleej Today
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  1. Israel deploys its famed Mossad to procure and test COVID-19 vaccines  WION
  2. Mossad brought Chinese coronavirus vaccine to Israel  The Jerusalem Post
  3. Moderna: Israel Might Receive Vaccine in First Half of 2021  http://hamodia.com
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Omega-3 rich nourishments improve forecast in patients with myocardial dead tissue  Microbioz IndiaView Full coverage on Google News
Vampire bats social distance when they get sick: Study | KalingaTV  Kalinga TVView Full coverage on Google News
COVID’s cognitive costs? Some patients’ brains may age 10 years  The Indian ExpressView Full coverage on Google News
US CDC reports 225084 deaths from coronavirus  Reuters IndiaView Full coverage on Google News
Immunity against coronavirus diminishes over time, says UK study  Business StandardView Full coverage on Google News
  1. UK coronavirus death toll passes 60,000, official figures show  The Guardian
  2. Coronavirus: UK deaths up by 367 in highest daily rise since May  The Independent
  3. UK daily Covid deaths rise to 367 - highest figure since late May  The Guardian
  4. Coronavirus: Deaths rise in England and Wales for sixth week in a row, figures show  The Independent
  5. UK coronavirus live: Covid-19 death toll passes 60,000  The Guardian
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  1. Occupational physical activity not same as work out, can increase risk of dementia by 55%, says study  Firstpost
  2. Health: Manual labourers are 55 per cent more likely to develop dementia than office workers  Daily Mail
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  1. “2068” –Massive Asteroid Apophis on Path for Earth Impact  The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
  2. Apophis, the ‘God of Chaos’ asteroid is speeding up — increasing the likelihood of it hitting Earth in 2068  Business Insider India
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Covid-19’s cognitive costs? Some patients’ brains may age 10 years  Hindustan TimesView Full coverage on Google News
Covid damages heart in different ways, more men likely to face death risk  Economic TimesView Full coverage on Google News
T-cells of COVID-19 patients can be used to reduce disease risk in immunocompromised people, claims study  FirstpostView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Vampire bats social distance when they get sick: Study  Times of India
  2. Vampire bats 'socially distance' when they are sick, says study  Sky News
  3. Vampire bats social distance when they get sick  EurekAlert
  4. Wild vampire bats socially distance when they get ill  The Independent
  5. Vampire bats 'socially distance' when they are sick, study suggests  Daily Mail
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  1. Pfizer not yet ready to release COVID-19 vaccine data  Devdiscourse
  2. Pfizer tops Q3 earnings views, makes progress on COVID shot  Mint
  3. US experts urge caution on giving Covid vaccine to children  Financial Times
  4. October 26 coronavirus news  CNN International
  5. Pfizer reports lower earnings as Covid-19 hits revenues  RFI
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  1. Omega-3 rich foods improve post-heart attack prognosis: Study  Daijiworld.com
  2. A study has demonstrated that omega-3 rich foods improve post-heart attack prognosis  Medical Xpress
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  1. Covid's cognitive costs? Some patients' brains may age 10 years  Times of India
  2. Covid: Antibodies 'fall rapidly after infection'  BBC News
  3. Coronavirus pandemic: New evidence of waning antibody immunity to Covid-19 over time found  Hindustan Times
  4. Coronavirus: Can you gain immunity from COVID-19?  Times of India
  5. Asymptomatic Covid-19 sufferers lose antibodies sooner: Study  Mint
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  1. More than half of Covid beds vacant in Mumbai: BMC data  Times of India
  2. Coronavirus Is Roaring Back In Colorado With Record-High Cases  Colorado Public Radio
  3. Jefferson City hospital struggles with COVID-19 bed space as virus cases climb  krcgtv.com
  4. OSF says there's 'plenty of room' for COVID-19 patients in ICU  Eyewitness News WTVO WQRF
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  1. Covid-19: Devendra Fadnavis under plasma therapy, Maharashtra govt prefers to ignore ICMR’s findings  Times of India
  2. Explained: The plasma therapy debate  The Indian Express
  3. Horse plasma could hold a key to COVID-19 treatment  CGTN America
  4. Fadnavis undergoing plasma therapy  Times of India
  5. Plasma proves a lifesaver for most  Hong Kong Standard
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What you need to know about the coronavirus right now  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google News
Long-term immunity in doubt as UK study finds COVID-19 antibodies fall rapidly  The Indian ExpressView Full coverage on Google News
Researchers spot Covid-linked genes that both harm and help virus  BusinessLineView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Study finds postpartum depression may persist three years after giving birth  Sify News
  2. Postpartum depression may persist three years after giving birth  Medical Xpress
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Study: SARS-CoV-2 virus adopts new strategy to ensure its replication, spread  News-Medical.NetView Full coverage on Google News
  1. 5 Vitamin E-Rich Foods For Healthy Skin And Hair You Must Have For Breakfast In Winters  NDTV Food
  2. Foods rich in Vitamin K that you must add to your diet  Times of India
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  1. New study says people with type 2 diabetes may not need to avoid potatoes completely  Firstpost
  2. Can people with diabetes eat potatoes? Here’s how the stem vegetable can benefit your health  Times Now
  3. Can people with diabetes eat potatoes? Here’s how the root vegetable can benefit your health  Times Now
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  1. Researchers develop model to understand Covid-19 airborne spread better  BusinessLine
  2. Scientists estimate risk of airborne COVID-19 with mask usage, social distancing  Yahoo India News
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  1. Scientists identify different types of heart damage experienced by COVID-19 patients  The Tribune India
  2. No, mouthwash will not save you from the coronavirus  Deccan Herald
  3. VERIFY: Study shows mouthwash may inactivate coronavirus, but not a cure  KSDK News
  4. Antiseptics and mouthwashes have ability to inactivate coronavirus?  DNA India
  5. Study shows mouthwash may help slow COVID-19 spread  12 News
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  1. What have we learned about the virus, so far?  New Food
  2. Asymptomatic Covid-19 sufferers lose antibodies sooner: Study  Mint
  3. Why we need a range of treatments for coronavirus (Covid-19) | Wellcome  Wellcome Trust
  4. UK Study Finds Evidence Of Waning Antibody Immunity To COVID-19 Over Time  News18
  5. Antibodies detectable up to 7 months after COVID-19 infection, number depends on severity of disease  Times of India
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Scientists identify new therapeutic targets for SARS-CoV-2  News-Medical.netView Full coverage on Google News
New peptide derivatives that target the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein  News-Medical.NetView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Study focuses on new insights into a potential target for autoimmune disease  Zee Kannada
  2. New insights into a potential target for autoimmune disease  Medical Xpress
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COVID-19 roundup of latest scientific studies: Heart changes raise death risk  CNBCTV18View Full coverage on Google News
  1. South Korea urges people to get flu shots, trust its steps on health  Times Now
  2. Those aged between 62 and 69 can get free flu vaccination  ARIRANG NEWS
  3. Singapore suspends using 2 flu vaccines after 48 patients die in South Korea  AsiaOne
  4. Deaths in South Korea After Flu Vaccinations Shouldn't Stop Flu Shot Campaigns  Yahoo! Voices
  5. Vaccination program to continue in S. Korea as no link confirmed between flu shots and increasing...  ARIRANG NEWS
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  1. Rare post COVID-19 complication observed in adults  Mumbai Live
  2. COVID Syndrome Seen in Kids Also Strikes Adults  WebMD
  3. COVID-19-related death up for adults with Down syndrome  Medical Xpress
  4. Dangerous COVID-19 syndrome first seen in kids also strikes adults  Medical Xpress
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Science News Roundup: On the moon, water water everywhere and COVID-19 heart changes raise death risk  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google News
Kidney patients may not show classical symptoms of Covid: Bengaluru doctors  Times of IndiaView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Ban on public events can bring down transmission: Lancet  Times of India
  2. Ban On Public Events Can Bring Down Covid Transmission Rate By 24%: Study  NDTV
  3. Ban on public events can bring down coronavirus transmission rate by 24%, finds study  India Today
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More English cities face tightest Covid-19 lockdown rules  Hindustan TimesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Oxford vaccine prompts immune response in elderly: AstraZeneca  Al Jazeera English
  2. Coronavirus | Hope rise for Oxford vaccine  The Hindu
  3. Covid-19 vaccine update: Oxford shot sees immune response, Fauci makes a verdict  Hindustan Times
  4. Democrats, the party of science? Think again  Washington Examiner
  5. Slow and steady wins the race: Early adoption of coronavirus vaccine may be risky, say scientists  India Today
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Dr Shweta Bansal Explains Factors Associated With Increased Screening, Recognition of CKD  AJMCtvView Full coverage on Google News
Scientists estimate risk of airborne COVID-19 with mask usage, social distancing  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google News
Indian, Pakistani women diagnosed with more aggressive breast cancer at younger age: Study  The Kashmir Images NewspaperView Full coverage on Google News
  1. 'Chemobrain' or 'Chemofog' is real  Qrius
  2. Your Healthy Family: Fierce triathlete battles breast cancer and more  KOAA 5
  3. 'I found my breast cancer getting a fake tan': A young Scarborough woman's story of survival  WAtoday
  4. ‘Don’t wait:’ Wilmington mother urges screening after beating breast cancer during COVID-19  WECT
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  1. Asymptomatic COVID-19 Sufferers Lose Antibodies Sooner: Study  NDTV
  2. Covid: Antibodies 'fall rapidly after infection'  BBC News
  3. Covid-19 herd immunity theory dealt blow by UK research  Financial Times
  4. Long Covid symptoms: What is long Covid?  Express
  5. Proportion of people in England with Covid antibodies has fallen, study says  The Guardian
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  1. Leaders warn of ‘difficult’ months as Covid-19 surges in Europe  Hindustan Times
  2. These 2 COVID Symptoms Are Most Likely to Send You to the Hospital  msnNOW
  3. Covid-19 fatigue: Potential to diminish public support for pandemic responses  euronews (in English)
  4. Europe prepares for more pain ahead as COVID surges  Cyprus Mail
  5. Misery of the Covid-19 long-haulers: ‘We’re all guinea pigs, we don’t know what’s around the corner’  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Breast cancer awareness month: Facts, Tips for better health  DNA India
  2. Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Everything to know about breast cancer in men  The Indian Express
  3. Preventive measures to reduce the risk of Breast Cancer  WWLP-22News
  4. Study finds Indian, Pakistani women prone to aggressive forms of breast cancer  Hindustan Times
  5. Local breast cancer survivor talks about importance of mammograms  KCENNews
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  1. Immunity of Covid-19 patients does not last long, shows a new study  BusinessLine
  2. Severe coronavirus infections may provide longer-lasting immunity: study  CTV News
  3. The rise of the fake commute: How to separate work from life when working from home  CTV News
  4. Severe coronavirus infections may provide longer-lasting immunity, study finds  CTV News
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