Home Art culture Art Culture on September 12, 2022 Javier Marias, one of Spain's most renowned novelists, died on Sunday at the age of 70, his publisher announced. The novelist died in a hospital in Madrid due to complications from a lung infection, the Spanish EFE news agency reported. He had contracted COVID-19 earlier. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez mourned Marias's death in a tweet, describing Sunday as a "sad day for Spanish letters." He offered his condolences to the author's friends and family. "His extensive and talented work will forever be a fundamental part of our literature," Sanchez wrote. Born on September 20, 1951, in Madrid, the Spanish author wrote 16 novels, the last of which being Tomas Nevinson, which he published last year. His work received great exposure, being translated into 46 languages and selling some 9 million copies across 56 countries, according to his publisher Alfaguara. … [Read more...] about Renowned Spanish Author Javier Marias Passes Away Due To Lung Infection Post COVID-19
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Home Health Wellness Wellness on September 16, 2022 A new study published in the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal has suggested that leftover Coronavirus residues might be responsible for long COVID, or the post-COVID condition that persists in some people even weeks, months, and years after the disease has occurred  . Long COVID or post-COVID syndrome is the term used to describe the impact of COVID-19 that continue for weeks or months beyond the initial illness, with some experts saying it to be over four weeks and some say it takes more than 12 weeks  . Some of the common long COVID symptoms are the results of your being battered down by fighting off the coronavirus infection and slowly recovering. During this period, you are most likely to feel fatigued, face breathing difficulties and so on. Coronavirus Residues Might Be Causing Long COVID: Findings The study points out that the spike protein of … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Residues Might Be Causing Long COVID: New Study
Home Pregnancy parenting Kids Kids on September 17, 2022 CDC published a health alert for clinicians regarding an increase in rhinovirus and enterovirus cases that cause respiratory infections, including one that causes an uncommon type of paralysis in kids called acute flaccid myelitis (AFM)  . There was an increase in cases of rhinovirus and enterovirus in July and August. These two viruses cause common upper respiratory infections in children. Increased cases have been reported following the last wave of these viruses in the summer and fall of 2018, before the outbreak of COVID-19. Hospital beds are in short supply in India, where several facilities are overburdened with patients. As a result, there is a real concern that the most deserving children may not receive hospitalization. Moreover, observing an increase in re-infections, the doctors urge parents and schools to ensure that sick children remain at home for at least … [Read more...] about Rhinovirus And Enterovirus-D68 In Kids: What You Should Know About The CDC Warning
Home Art culture Art Culture on September 20, 2022 Often compared to the British Booker Prize, the French Prix Goncourt or the American Pulitzer Prize, the German Book Prize is the most high-profile literary prize in the German-speaking world, where winners can hope for substantial sales of their works. The shortlist, announced on September 20, represents the entire panorama of contemporary German-speaking literature: From the anecdotal to the art novel to the feminist working-class novel and post-migration literature. Whether set in the Hunsrück uplands in southwestern Germany, Istanbul or in Switzerland, among others, their stories tell of human folly, gender fluidity and the history of the German republic from the perspective of those who have built it, namely the guest workers. Here is an overview of the finalists of the German Booker Prize: 1. Fatma Aydemir: 'Dschinns' (German for 'Djinns') German literary … [Read more...] about German Book Prize Shortlist Announced: Here Are The Six Contenders
హోమ్ ఆరోగ్యం సంక్షేమం Wellness | Updated: Monday, September 12, 2022, 11:24 [IST] కార్సినోయిడ్ అనేది అరుదైన రకం క్యాన్సర్, ఇది రక్తప్రవాహంలోకి ఒక నిర్దిష్ట రసాయనాన్ని మిళితం చేస్తుంది, దీని వలన లక్షణాలు వరుస కనిపిస్తాయి. ఈ రకమైన క్యాన్సర్ కణితులు తరచుగా మీ కడుపు, చిన్న ప్రేగు, పెద్దప్రేగు, పెద్దప్రేగు మరియు పురీషనాళంతో సహా ఊపిరితిత్తులు లేదా జీర్ణశయాంతర ప్రేగులలో కనిపిస్తాయి. కారణం ఏంటి? కణితి సెరోటోనిన్, బ్రాడీకినిన్స్, టాచీకినిన్స్ మరియు ప్రోస్టాగ్లాండిన్స్ వంటి హార్మోన్ల రసాయనాలను రక్తప్రవాహంలోకి విడుదల చేసినప్పుడు కార్సినోయిడ్ సిండ్రోమ్ సంభవిస్తుంది. క్యాన్సర్ కణితుల్లో కొద్ది శాతం ఈ రసాయనాలను స్రవిస్తాయి. మరియు కాలేయం సాధారణంగా ఈ రసాయనాలను శరీరం గుండా తరలించడానికి మరియు లక్షణాలను కలిగించే ముందు వాటిని నిరోధిస్తుంది. అయితే, కణితి కాలేయానికి చేరిన తర్వాత, రక్తప్రవాహంలోకి చేరే ముందు తటస్థీకరించని రసాయనాలు విడుదలవుతాయి. కార్సినోయిడ్ సిండ్రోమ్ ఉన్న వ్యక్తులు సాధారణంగా అధునాతన కార్సినోయిడ్ క0/p> … [Read more...] about క్యాన్సర్ ఎలా ఏర్పడుతుందో తెలుసా?… ఇది చూస్తే మీకే తెలుస్తుంది…
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on September 19, 2022 Anaemia is a critical health concern in India, affecting over 50 per cent of women. Usually, haemoglobin less than 12 gm/dL is considered anaemia, and women are at a higher risk for developing anaemia. Several reasons contribute to anaemia: poor nutrition, worm infections, heavy and abnormal menstruation, and pregnancy, where there is a higher need for haemoglobin in the blood  . Symptoms of anaemia The signs of this condition vary depending on the cause; in some cases, you may not have any symptoms. However, the common symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, weakness, pale or yellowish skin, irregular heartbeats, shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pain, cold hands and feet and headaches. In most cases, the symptoms of anaemia are not noticeable and can worsen as the condition worsens  . Can Periods Lead To Anemia? A heavy menstrual period, … [Read more...] about Can Periods Lead To Anaemia? Who Is At Risk?
Home Beauty Beauty on July 30, 2018 White nails signify good health. Many a time you would have noted that your nails have acquired a slightly yellowish tinge. Discolouration of nails is common among both men and women. The most common reason why nails turn yellow is due to the frequent application of nail polish. The prime reason being the pigments used in nail paint, especially the ones that are of the darker shade. Usage of nail polish for an extended period of time can stain your nails. The best way to avoid staining of nails due to the use of nail polish is with the usage of a clear base coat prior to the application of your favourite nail polish. The other causes of nail discolouration could be the occurrence of a fungal infection, a chronic liver disease, poor lifestyle habits and excessive smoking. However, it is essential to know the reason behind nail discolouration and what can be done to treat the yellowish tinge of the nails. … [Read more...] about How To Whiten Nails Instantly Using Home Remedies?
Home Health Wellness Wellness on September 15, 2022 " I don't agree with designer vaginas at all ," said Dr Kiran Coelho to Maheep Kapoor, Seema Khan, Neelam Kothari Soni and Bhavana Pandey on Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives . And since then, the show's viewers have been curious about what goes down when one gets a designer vagina, a.k.a labiaplasty. One of the women asks the expert about women losing interest in sex as they get older. The doctor responds about 'designer vaginas' becoming increasingly popular. " So many of my patients come for vaginal tightening when they feel their vaginas have become too loose ," explains Dr Kiran Coelho, a gynaecologist and laparoscopic surgeon. What Is Labiaplasty? The labiaplasty procedure, also known as labioplasty, labia minora reduction, and labial reduction, involves the alteration of the labia minora (inner labia) and labia majora (outer labia), which are folds of … [Read more...] about ‘Designer Vag,’ Know About The Beautification Procedure Heard On ‘Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives’
Home Health Wellness Wellness on July 23, 2017 If you thought driving a car on a heavily polluted road may be safe, think twice. According to a new study, car cabins contain extremely high levels of some harmful particulate matter, twice the amount previously thought. The findings showed the pollution inside the cars contained twice the amount of chemicals that cause oxidative stress, thought to be involved in the development of many diseases including respiratory and heart disease, cancer and some types of neuro-degenerative diseases. "We found that people are likely getting a double whammy of exposure in terms of health during rush-hour commutes," said Michael Bergin, professor at the Duke University in North Carolina. The pollutants can cause the body to produce chemicals to deal with the reactive oxygen, while particulate matter also causes the same response. In combination, the exposure triggers an … [Read more...] about Your Car May Contain Harmful Pollutants: Study
Home Home n garden Pet care Pet Care on July 31, 2009 How far will you go to save your pet from a danger? Here a man fought with an alligator to save his pet dog! No, he is not a young man but a senior citizen of 65 years old. David Grounds fought off a 7ft alligator to rescue his pet pooch. He leapt into action after the beast tried dragging his pet terrier Mandy into a pond. He would have never got over it if he hadn"t tried to get her free. In the fight, the dog owner lost the parts of his two fingers. He pulled the reptile"s jaws apart and poked its eyes with his thumbs. Grounds, of Palm Beach, alligator,david grounds,dogs,florida,mandy moore,palm beach,pet care, spent two days in hospital as a precaution while Mandy had a cut treated. The gator was later destroyed. Comments More DOGS News pet care Love Pets? Here's A List Of Safest Dog Breeds Ideal For Kids And Families … [Read more...] about The Fight With An Alligator To Save The Pet Dog!