Health
What are the advantages of Homeopathy in developing immunity to combat COVID-19? Dr. P Banerji writes
World Health Organization (WHO)'s May 14 statement about COVID-19 that the pandemic virus “may never go away” makes the need to boost immunity against the virus more important than ever before. In this context, eminent Kolkata-based homeopath Dr. Pratip Banerji has written about The advantages of homeopathy in developing immunity in combating COVID 19, from the perspective of being a fourth-generation homeopath with over 30 years’ of experience as a practitioner and a researcher, belonging to a family of homeopaths who have treated patients for over 150 years.
In homeopathy we recommend Thuja 30 as prevention of Corona:  Dr. Pratip Banerji
As the world bleeds under the surge of deadly Covid-19, medical experts are suggesting ways to fight the invisible enemy till a vaccine arrives. IBNS spoke to eminent Kolkata-based homeopath Dr. Pratip Banerji, known for their famous Banerji Protocols, to learn about remedies available in homeopathy
Salem: Salem Corporation’s Health department has launched ‘VeeTrace’ App to help trace and protect nearly 35 lakh citizens of Salem district from the deadly Covid-19 infection.
Yangon (Myanmar) : Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, head of the Catholic Church in Asia, has minced no words in blaming the Chinese regime for the global Covid-9 contagion. The prelate, who is also the Archbishop of Yangon, Myanmar, wants China to accept moral culpability for the pandemic and pay compensation for the worldwide havoc it has caused.
Kolkata/TWF: Tobacco Free West Bengal Campaign has urged the Government of West Bengal to declare all healthcare facilities tobacco-free zones.
The World Health Organization (WHO) in 2017 declared Sepsis as a global health priority, prompted by the rising worldwide burden of Sepsis, a potentially life-threatening condition caused by the body's response to an infection. It is estimated to affect more than 30 million people worldwide every year, potentially leading to 6 million deaths. IBNS caught up with critical care expert Dr (Prof) Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine University College London, UK to discuss the disease and several other issues which include the problem of self-medication. Excerpts: