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32 New Cases of COVID-10 in Afghanistan, Total 74

The Afghan Ministry of Public Health on Tuesday announced 32 new cases of the coronavirus in Herat, putting the total cases to 74 in Afghanistan. image1 The new cases were reported hours after the Minister of Public Health...



Iranian and Afghan medical universities sign MoU to strengthen relations

Iran’s Qom University of Medical Sciences and Afghanistan’s Khatam al-Nabieen University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at enhancing scientific, educational, and research relations between the two universities. The MoU, signed by the chancellors of both universities,...




British coronavirus vaccine: Human trials to include 10,000

Oxford University and AstraZeneca are recruiting around 10,000 adults and children in Britain for trials of an experimental coronavirus vaccine, a day after receiving U.S. backing worth up to $1.2 billion. Institutions across Britain had begun enrolling up to 10,260 adults and children to see how well...




Oxford-based pharmatech company uses artificial intelligence to find drug against COVID-19

Laboratory technician Amelia Collette (R), head of quantitative pharmacology Martin Redhead (L) and protein scientist Simon Varzandeh work in the laboratory of British pharmatech company Exscientia at Oxford Science Park in Oxford, in southern central England, on April 24, 2020 as part of the companyís...




Coronavirus: WHO warns against íimmunity passportsí for recovered patients

A scientist presents an antibody test to use with a blood sample for the coronavirus at a laboratory of the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany. - Copyright AP Photo/Jens Meyer There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from COVID-19 are subsequently immune to the...




US Open likely to be played in front of fans despite COVID-19 outbreak

The United States Tennis Association is planning to stage this yearís US Open in front of the fans despite the COVID-19 outbreak. The USTA said the fate of the tournament will not be decided until June, but it is "highly unlikely to be played behind closed doors." The Tennis body has also set up...




Iran ramps up production of coronavirus test kits

The Iranian knowledge-based company, Pishtaz Teb, can make 100,000 coronavirus test kits per week and plans to up that to more than 800,000 per month when it starts working around the clock. According to the Iranian vice president, three types of test kits are also destined for export as the global...




Herat Lab Lacks COVID-19 Test Kits

A lack of test kits at the only COVID-19 testing center in Herat causes patients to wait for days to see their results, according to Herat Provincial Council members. From the total 555 confirmed cases, almost half of them are from Herat, where the first positive case of the coronavirus was reported,...




A UK consortium hopes to soon be making at least 1,500 ventilators a week

Nurses struggle with lack of proper personal protective equipment and ventilators. 25, March, 2020. (Photo: AFP) A consortium of aerospace, Formula One and engineering firms, hopes soon to be making at least 1,500 ventilators a week as Britain races to boost the number of devices which can help save...




Loss of taste and smell key COVID-19 symptoms, app study finds

A woman wearing a face mask amid concerns of the COVID-19 infection smells flowers of a blooming magnolia in the center of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, on March 24, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Losing your sense of smell and taste may be the best way to tell if you have COVID-19, according to a study of data...




32 New Cases of COVID-10 in Afghanistan, Total 74

The Afghan Ministry of Public Health on Tuesday announced 32 new cases of the coronavirus in Herat, putting the total cases to 74 in Afghanistan. The new cases were reported hours after the Minister of Public Health Ferozuddin Feroz in a press conference on Tuesday cited estimates saying that half...




COVID-19 crisis: Global outcry rises over US sanctions against Iran

An Iranian medic treats a patient infected with the COVID-19 virus at a hospital in Tehran on March 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan has called on the US to remove its "unjust" sanctions against Iran as international condemnation is growing against the bans amid the outbreak...




First people to begin Covid-19 vaccine trial in US: Official

A lab technician Northwell Labs begins semi-automated testing for COVID-19 at Northwell Health Labs on March 11, 2020 in Lake Success, New York. (AFP photo) The United States will begin testing a coronavirus vaccine on volunteer human subjects next week, a government official says. The first participants...




5 new positive cases of coronavirus surface in Afghanistan

Blood sample with respiratory coronavirus positive The Ministry of Public Health has confirmed that five new positive cases of coronavirus has surfaced in three provinces of Afghanistan. Wahidullah Mayar, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Public Health confirmed that two of the new cases have surfaced...




Coronavirus in Afghanistan: 5 New Cases

8:32 am - March 15, 2020: US soldiers returning from Afghanistan have been quarantined amid the coronavirus outbreak. On Saturday, 300 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division returned to Fort Bragg after a nine-month deployment. (AP) 8:14 am -March 15, 2020: Five new positive coronavirus cases...




Update: 11 Tested Positive for Coronavirus In Afghanistan

A 23-year-old man who was tested positive with the coronavirus has fled the Bo Ali Sina Hospital in Balkh province, hospital chief Ghawsuddin Anwari said. The man is a resident of Dawlat Abad district & a team has been assigned to bring him back to the health facility, he said. 12:30pm Herat...




3 More Positive Cases of Coronavirus in Afghanistan, Total 10

The Ministry of Public Health on Saturday reported three more positive cases of Covid-19 in Afghanistan: one in the central province of Kapisa, one in the northern province of Balkh, and one in the northern province of Samangan. These are the first reported cases in Kapisa and Balkh, and the third positive...




Death toll from Chinaís mystery virus rises to four

The death toll from the outbreak of a new SARS-like virus in China has increased to four, Chinese authorities say. Health authorities in the city of Wuhan, in central China, said on Tuesday that an 89-year-old man had become the fourth person to die from the virus, adding that 15 medical staff had...




SARS-like virus spreads in China, nearly 140 new cases

A mysterious SARS-like virus has killed a third person and spread around China - including to Beijing - authorities said Monday, fueling fears of a major outbreak as millions begin travelling for the Lunar New Year in humanityís biggest migration. The new corona virus strain, first discovered in the...




China reports first fatal case of unidentified virus outbreak

A 61-year-old man has died from pneumonia in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in an outbreak of a yet to be identified virus while seven others are in critical condition, the Wuhan health authorities said on Saturday. In total, 41 people have been diagnosed with the pathogen, which preliminary lab...




Mysterious pneumonia outbreak infects 44 in China, puts Asia on alert

Asian countries have stepped up precautionary measures to prevent an outbreak of a mysterious illness which has infected at least 44 people in China. The disease, which is said to be a mysterious pneumonia outbreak, prompted authorities in Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore and Malaysia...




Tuberculosis Kills over 15,000 Afghans Every Year

Afghanistan is among the countries in the world that suffer from a high burden of tuberculosis - more than 15,000 Afghans die each year because of the disease. Addressing a ceremony to mark the World Tuberculosis Day on Tuesday, Chief Abdullah Abdullah said that political issues have caused the government...




Uganda confirms one death from Ebola-like Marburg virus

Uganda has confirmed one death from Marburg virus, a highly infectious hemorrhagic fever similar to Ebola, the health minister says. Jane Ruth Aceng told reporters on Thursday that the case had been confirmed after a series of tests were carried out. The East African nation last suffered a Marburg...




Europeís cancer drugs mostly ineffective: Study

European regulators approved 39 new cancer drugs between 2009 and 2013 despite having no evidence that they worked better than existing medicines, or at all, researchers said Thursday. The number represented more than half of 68 treatments to become available for European cancer patients during this...




Ghani Criticizes Services of Afghan Hospitals, Calls for Reform

Inaugurating Afghanistan Medical Council on Tuesday, President Ashraf Ghani criticized the medical services of the hospitals and clinics in the country, called for reform in the sector. Ghani said that the hospitals and clinics which currently operating in the country do not meet demands of the people. "I...




Fish oil could prevent diabetes in babies, study shows

Dr Ben Albert (pictured) led the research with Professor Wayne Cutfieldat the University of Auckland-based Liggins Institute.Fresh fish oil could one day be used to prevent babies from becoming overweight and developing diabetes later in life. An Auckland University study has found the oil, given to...




At Ramadan, group pushes positive images of Muslims

As a medical doctor in Westland, Dr. Mahmood Hai has treated thousands of patients in Michigan and helped develop a new technique with lasers to treat prostate enlargement that has helped more than 1 million patients. What motivates him is his faith: Islam. “My religion was...




One in four young women in UK reports mental health problems: Study

Official figures show that one in four young women in the United Kingdom suffer from anxiety and depression. Data revealed that 25 percent of 16 to 24-year-old women reported struggling with poor mental health - either anxiety or depression, according to a new survey released by the Office for...




Afghan minister narrowly escapes HIV infection in syringe attack by drug addict

The Afghan Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz has narrowly escaped a possible HIV infection after he was attacked with a syringe by a drug addict, the officials said Sunday. There are growing fears of rapid HIV infection spread among the drug addicts in the country as syringes are mostly used...




Russian scientists find new DNA repair method to cure Alzheimerís disease: Report

Russian scientists have reportedly discovered a new technique of DNA repair by which neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s may be forestalled and even cured. "Early detection and repair of damaged DNA is essential for cell functioning and survival," concludes...




Quebec court rules Canadian Tobacco firms pay smokers

In an historic ruling, a Canadian court has ordered three tobacco companies to pay $15.6 billion to smokers for the damage done to their health. Quebec Superior Court Justice Brian Riordan ordered the following three tobacco firms to split the fine accordingly: Imperial Tobacco is to pay...




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