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    Ramadan: Ten mistakes that cause you fatigue during fasting

    People fasting sometimes make some common mistakes that may cause thirst and fatigue during Ramadan. Here, we review some of the habits that can be practised to reduce the fatigue of fasting. We wrote about the timetable for the Islamic Holy month here for Ramadan in 2021, know dates and time. 1- Drinking large quantities of […] More

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    WHO: One in four people will have hearing problems by 2050

    Hearing problem is the next big health problem to hit the world. A new report by the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) reveals that nearly 2.5 billion people worldwide ─ or 1 in 4 people ─ will be living with some degree of hearing loss by 2050. The report also shows that at least 700 million […] More

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    How excessive coffee consumption can affect your heart’s health

    According to a news study conducted drinking too much coffee can affect your heart’s health. Researchers at the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the University of South Australia found that this heavy, long-term consumption of coffee – six cups or more a day – can increase the number of lipids (fats) in your body, blood […] More

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    BioNTech-Pfizer: Delivery of COVID-19 vaccine to eight EU countries delayed

    The supply of COVID-19 vaccine to eight European countries has been postponed due to logistic problems. Spanish health ministry said on Monday that BioNTech-Pfizer had postponed the delivery of its new batches of COVID-19 vaccine. In a statement, the Spanish health ministry said the hold-up was due to a “problem in the loading and shipment […] More

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    Are masks enough to protect you from COVID-19? – research states otherwise

    COVID-19 mask efficiency: Most mask materials retain the droplets ejected when you sneeze or cough. However, at a distance of less than 1.8 meters, small amounts of fluids with viruses can reach the other person. Just wearing masks may not be enough to protect against COVID-19, researchers at New Mexico State University said. “The mask certainly […] More

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    Coronavirus Breakthrough: Pfizer may seek authorisation for its COVID-19 vaccine in mid-November

    Pfizer Inc, a pharmaceutical giant has revealed plans to seek authorisation for its COVID-19 vaccine in mid-November. In statement issued on Friday, the company’s CEO Albert Bourla said: “So let me be clear, assuming positive data, Pfizer will apply for Emergency Authorization Use in the U.S. soon after the safety milestone is achieved in the […] More

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    Where pregnant immigrant girls in Germany can find help

    For pregnant immigrant girls in Germany (or asylum seekers), knowing that they are expecting a child can make their life in a new country even more stressful. However, the German state and a variety of charities offer support to expectant mothers. When pregnant in a foreign country it remains paramount that you seek out the […] More

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    Coronavirus: April records lowest increase in cases

    Coronavirus cases in Germany registered their smallest increase this month, data showed a sign the infection curve in Germany may be flattening. The daily increase of 2,402, or 1.9%, to 127,854, based on figures from Johns Hopkins University, comes after German Health Minister Jens Spahn told Bild TV that the focus could shift to easing restrictions on […] More

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    Coronavirus: Vaccine might be size of a skin patch

    The vaccine for the novel coronavirus might be as simple as a patch that is the size of a finger-tip. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine scientists announced a potential vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, the new coronavirus causing the pandemic. Thanks to 400 micro punctures delivered by very thin needles placed on a 1.5 cm wide […] More

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