Is Yogabhyasa (starting from awakening of Kundalini) impossible in Kaliyug and does Krishna forbid it in Gita?
- 26 Mar 2021
While the western world already saw an unabated rise in COVID-19 cases last winter, India seems to have arrived in the red zone now. In its highest daily spike of 2021, India reported 46,951 fresh Covid-19 cases in a single day pushing the overall tally to 11,646,081. Experts are already of the opinion that there's no reason we should not expect a second wave following the trajectory of infections in other countries.READ MORE
Bharat Biotech's Covaxin is yet to announce its Phase III results, however it has already struck deals with Brazil and USA to supply the vaccine. This comes after the famous British medical journal, Lancet, published a study on the effects of Covaxin, and said that the vaccine doses were well tolerated and only moderate vaccine-related adverse events were encountered. The randomised study was carried on 375 participants between the age of 18-55 across the country.READ MORE
India's drugs regulator DCGI has approved Oxford-Serum Institute's Covishield and Bharat Biotech's Covaxin for restricted emergency-use. While experts are alarmed at the grant of regulatory approval of Covaxin in spite of the lack of efficacy data, Covishield attracts a distinct concern altogether. These concerns however are with every vaccine out there in the world. It doesn’t demote the importance of fight against COVID-19 that India has begun with two desi vaccines.READ MORE
Moderna was the second company to release promising preliminary data on a COVID-19 vaccine after Pfizer, in collaboration with BioNTech, reported that its vaccine was more than 90 percent effective in early results. To add to the spices, U.K.-based pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has developed a vaccine with the University of Oxford, that showed an average efficacy of 70% in preventing COVID-19, according to the company. Which among these fares better?READ MORE
A newborn’s health is the prime concern for the Parents, breast milk being the essential component for the well-being and growth of the child. In this article we wade through some myths and facts associated with the practice of Breastfeeding.READ MORE
While WHO speculates that almost 10% of the world population has already been infected with Covid-19, a groundbreaking interim report on a clinical trial conducted in the hospitals show that patients on Ayurvedic medication are resolving more symptoms than on conventional medicine. The answer to one of the most troubling Pandemic of the world may finally lie in the cultural root of every traditional household in the land of Bharat, Ayurveda.READ MORE