Daily Archives: 28/05/2021

Uncertainty, Sex and Sexuality

 Uncertainty, Sex and Sexuality during the Pandemic: Impact on Psychosocial Resilience Debanjan Banerjee, Sanchari Mukhopadhyay, Abhinav Tandon and T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao Abstract The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been a global unprecedented health threat. Besides the myriad of effects on public health, the psychosocial implications of the outbreak have been far-fetched. Though the […]

दुनियां गज़ब की…..!!

दुनियां गज़ब की…..!! *पहला दिन* डॉक्टर साहब बचा लो इसे। ये अपने माँ- बाप का इकलौता है। *दूसरा दिन* सभी रिश्तेदार मिलकर बात कर रहे होते हैं। डॉक्टर तो भगवान हैं। वास्तव में तुरन्त इलाज चालू कर दिया। *तीसरा दिन* अब खतरे से बाहर बता रहे हैं। भला हो डॉक्टरों का। बचा लिया। *चौथा दिन* […]

How to identify a quack like Ramdev

Much unwarranted debate has been going on concerning and even evaluating the roles of allopathy and Ayurveda in general, and in the treatment of COVID-19 in particular. At the outset I wish to put this argument to rest from a qualified medical practitioner’s viewpoint. Scientifically speaking no discipline in itself is superior to the other. […]

COVID-19 rapid guideline: antibiotics for pneumonia in adults in hospital

                                                COVID-19 rapid guideline: antibiotics for pneumonia in […]

How COVID-19 Affects the Brain

Neuroscience and Psychiatry How COVID-19 Affects the Brain Maura Boldrini, MD, PhD; Peter D. Canoll, MD, PhD; Robyn S. Klein, MD, PhD COVID-19 has resulted in more than 120 million cases and 2.6 mil- lion deaths to date. Respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms are accompanied by short- and long-term neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPs) and long-term brain sequelae. […]