Is Yogabhyasa (starting from awakening of Kundalini) impossible in Kaliyug and does Krishna forbid it in Gita?
- 26 Mar 2021
Thousands of people in northwest China have been diagnosed with a highly-infectious bacterial disease caused by the bacterial genus, Brucella. Unlike coronavirus the discovery of this bacteria dates back to 1850s in Malta when a group of British medical officers serving on the island, after the Crimean War detected this rare disease in Maltese citizens. Today, as it stands, the bacteria has infected nearly 10000 people in China as confirmed by the Gansu Provincial CDC.Is this the next pandemic?READ MORE
After facing an uncharted hiccup in the Phase 3 studies of Covid-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford and trials put on hold due to a suspected serious adverse reaction of a participant in the United Kingdom, the trials have now resumed. On the other hand, the development and subsequent success of India’s Covaxin in the animal trials might help to assuage the concerns of many.READ MORE
Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have identified a small neutralizing antibody, a so-called nanobody, that has the capacity to block SARS-CoV-2 from entering human cells. The researchers believe that this nanobody has the potential to be developed as an antiviral treatment against Covid-19. Nanobodies are comparatively lighter than antibodies and are easier to produce in bulk at a cheaper rate than polyclonal antibodies.READ MORE
After the Malaysian health officials detected a new D614G-type mutation of covid-19 in the country. The strain has sparked a panic in the world that has already been severely battling with Covid-19, especially when vaccines are showing promising results. The worrying part is it's 10 times more infectious. So, do these mutations actually matter?READ MORE
Lately, data crunchers have noted an unexpected string while dealing with the facts and figures related to Covid19. Samoa, a country in Oceania witnessed a wild outbreak of measles last year. To combat the consequences of the infection, the healthcare workers carried out a door to door immunization process covering 90% of the population. Oddly and fortunately enough, Samoa has been exempted from the dreadful effects of the pandemic. Similar traits have been encountered in Madagascar, Hong KongREAD MORE
Oxford vaccine is winning hearts and cheers from experts, after it had released the results of phase 1 and 2 trials, indicating that the vaccine was successful in generating a robust immune response. It is a forefront candidate in the race of vaccines followed by Pfizer and BioNTech, which are being developed at an unprecedented speed.READ MORE