What is Tomato flu? Symptoms, treatment, precautions | All you need to know

A rare viral disease, also known as Tomato fever, is an unidentified fever that has recently been detected in Kerala among children below five years of age. The flu causes rashes and blisters on the infected child’s body, which are generally red in colour, hence it has been named ‘Tomato flu’ or the ‘Tomato…

Brazil football legend Pele back in hospital for treatment of colon tumour

Brazilian soccer legend Pele was hospitalized to undergo treatment for a colon tumor. As per the hospital statement, he is in stable condition and should be discharged in the next few days. Pelé was briefly put in intensive care after surgery on his colon. He was discharged on Sept. 30, almost one month after being…

Provide free cancer treatment to Bhopal gas tragedy victims: Madhya Pradesh High Court tells MP government

The Madhya Pradesh High Court has directed the state government to provide free treatment to Bhopal gas tragedy victims suffering from cancer at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhopal. The court issued the order on September 16 and a copy of it was made available on Wednesday. A division bench…

DCGI approves Hetero’s Tocilizumab for emergency use against Covid-19

The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has approved emergency use of drug firm Hetero’s Tocilizumab for treatment of hospitalised adults suffering from Covid-19, said Hetero in a statement. Hetero’s statement added that medical practitioners would be able to use the drug for treating Covid-19 in adults who…

Famous football player affected by corona virus

Manchester united star and striker Paul Pogba tested positive for corona virus , all his close circle and those who met him past few weeks are recommended to test themselves for their safety . After Dybala and other well known players , Pogba too affected by this novel corona virus and treated for his recovery.

IIT Madras Alumni invented mobile hospital as “portable”

The portable and foldable hospital called Medicab is developed by the Modulus housing solution by IIT alumni, which comprises of four zones such as a doctor’s room, an isolation room, a medical room/ward and a twin-bed ICU. This Modulus housing solution is a IIT madras alumni start-up which found an mobile…