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May 2020 | Vol 9 | Issue 5

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Preventive and treatment strategies of COVID-19: From community to clinical trials
The latest threat to global health is the form of the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. This new coronavirus (SARS-COV-2) started as a local outbreak in Wuhan, China but soon tig...
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Banning unhealthy foods in school premises in India: Its implications and future recommendations
Globally, the consumer food environment is often shaped by market interests rather than emphasizing nutritional quantity and quality. In low- income countries like India, such unhealthy food product...
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Disability ethics in the coronavirus crisis
The disability viewpoint is fundamental for understanding and advancing social justice for everyone in the population. Despite this fact, it is regularly dismissed by public health experts and polic...
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Are we prepared? Lessons from Covid-19 and OMAG position paper on epidemic preparedness
Covid-19 has once again brought into focus our limited preparedness to deal with epidemics. Most nations, across the globe, have responded with a resolve to come stronger out of this crisis and lead...
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COVID-19: Older drugs for a novel disease—Chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine, and possible Pentoxifylline—set to start the second innings?
Currently no drug is approved for the prophylaxis and management of COVID 19. Lots of activities on vaccine and trials with drugs are underway. Some evidence have shown positive results using older ...
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