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The novel coronavirus not only affects the respiratory tracts but also the blood vessels. People who already have heart disease and damaged blood vessels are more likely to have a severe infection and severe clinical consequences. Therefore, it's more important for heart patients to take all the necessary precautions to prevent COVID-19 infection. In this video, Dr. K Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India, shares some helpful tips for heart patients to avoid exposure to the novel coronavirus
The development of vaccines against COVID-19 has played a big role in helping reduce the number of new COVID-19 cases. But the time is approaching when a first dose isn't enough anymore. Booster shots are common with many vaccines and can help your immune system develop added protection against a virus.
If you feel guilty to take breaks and time out for yourself, you are a workaholic. Too much work will deteriorate your health, so you should know when its time to call it a day!
Italy logged over 27,000 new infections on Thursday, Zero Covid policies in China's Xinjiang amidst increase in daily COVID-19 infection rates.
The Marichyasana can make an excellent addition to one exercise routine with proper execution, care, and consistency.