The new H3N2 virus is spreading rapidly India, with two killings till March 10. As per sources, Karnataka and Haryana, reported one deaths each, due to the H3N2 influenza. Karnataka's victim, 82-year-old suffered from fever, sore throat, and cough, and had symptoms of influenza-like illness (ILI), Furthermore, over 90 cases of the H3N2 virus are reported in India, raising alarming concerns amongst the people and government.
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Highlighting the importance of physical activities, the researchers finally busted the myth behind walking 10,000 steps a day for health benefits. "While walking 10,000 steps a day is a beneficial goal, even lower levels of physical activity have benefits. The trick is not so much to aim for some theoretical ideal but to improve upon your current baseline," says expert Dr. Rajiv Gupta. Walking helps to maintain fit lifestyle.
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According to the author of 'Go Wellness', walnuts or akhroat can slow down the process of ageing. Walnuts are a storehouse of polyphenols, vitamin E, and omega-3 fatty acids, which prevent the human body from ageing. It contains nutrients that act as an anti-inflammatory and gives a much-needed glow, as per health experts. Remarkably, Walnuts boost the immune system and support collagen production.
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Health experts stated that Kerala's decision to ramp up testing might be a bit too late as daily COVID-19 cases reach 31,445 and TPR 19.3%. They further added, the post-Onam surge and the consequences of less than 1.5 lakh testings will be visible in the coming weeks. In a high-level meeting, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan mentioned Kerala as an example of how to handle festival seasons.
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