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10 Out of 24 Greek Alphabets named after Coronavirus by WHO

  • 08 Jun 2021
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World Health Organization labels for Covid-19 variantsThe UN health agency uses letters of the greek alphabet to avoid stigmatising nations where they were first detected.Variants of ConcernThey are said to be highly virulent and highly transmitableAlphaN117Dec 18, 2020United CountryBetaB1351Dec 18, 2020South AfricaGammaP1Jan11, 2021BrazilDeltaB16172May11, 2021IndiaOther VariantsTransmissibility is comparitively less but can cause community transmission. Found in multiple countriesEpsilonB1427/B1429Mar 5, 2021United StatesZetaP2Mar 17, 2021BrazilThetaP3Mar 24, 2021PhilippinesIotaB1526Mar 24, 2021United StatesKappaB16171Apr 4, 2021IndiaLambdaMutation takes place at different parts of the world. Many more severe variants are studied.

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What causes hair loss?

  • 01 Jun 2021
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Hair loss has many causes. What’s causing your hair loss can determine whether your hair:Falls out gradually or abruptlyThinsCan regrow on its ownRequires treatment to regrowNeeds immediate care to prevent permanent hair lossHair loss (alopecia) can affect just your scalp or your entire body, and it can be temporary or permanent. It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging. Anyone can lose hair on their head, but it's more common in men.Baldness typically refers to excessive hair loss from your scalp. Hereditary hair loss with age is the most common cause

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Coronavirus recovery: Most common post COVID symptoms and when to seek help

  • 01 Jun 2021
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Common post-COVID signs patients can experience after fighting COVID-19Testing negative after recovering from COVID-19 is only half the battle won. As recovery rates continue to rise in India, doctors are now warning that people who have fought and recovered from the coronavirus are at the risk of certain infections and chronic ailments, which could sometimes, last for a few weeks, or even months.Here’s why long COVID symptoms need attentionLong COVID, or post-COVID syndrome, as it is being dubbed is the newest battle COVID survivors may be fighting off. While long COVID risk has long been studied and warned against by

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A Brief History of Hair Systems

  • 30 May 2021
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The urge or need to cover heads with hair that is not our own is as old as civilization. The reasons and methods have changed – and newer technologies are amazing. Today we call them hair systems. In an earlier era, they were known as toupees. The term “wig” is still used, although those are generally something women wear or what are used in theatrical settings. Today, nonsurgical hair systems have become popular hair loss solutions for men and women. But over literally thousands of years, hair that in some way landed on peoples’ heads was everything from a way to keep

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Do Hats Cause Hair Loss?

  • 30 May 2021
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Head coverings of any kind might make a hair loss situation worse, however wearing a hat, helmet or scarf is generally not the main cause. Look around. Hair loss is everywhere. Every city has a hair loss treatment clinic filled with both men and women – younger and older – seeking hair loss solutions for traumatic hair loss conditions. There are many causes of hair loss. They include genetics, stress, infection, traction (pulling), and accidents involving blunt trauma or chemical burns. But can wearing a hat – or a helmet for that matter – create or make worse a hair loss condition? In

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