Day: September 12, 2020

How to protect yourself from coronavirus in an airplane?

These days, Covid 19 is spreading at a very rapid rate. No matter what precautions you will take, you will get infected with covid virus. Some people who have travel history, there are more chances that you are more prone to Corona virus, You have to take some precautions to save yourself from Coronavirus. The probability of infections become a serious threat when you are travelling in an airplane.

You need to learn from the mistakes from others, you need to follow some rules in order to prevent yourself from this deadly disease, here are some hygiene rules to follow to avoid the spread of this respiratory system infection


Follow Simple Hygiene Habits


 The infection can be easily spread with our hands, washing of your hands is must, Wash your hands on regular intervals

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Berlusconi, hospitalized with COVID, has lung infection


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Global Online/Virtual Fitness Market to 2027 – by Streaming Type, Device Type, Session Type, Revenue Model and End-user

The “Online/Virtual Fitness Market by Streaming Type, Device Type, Session Type, Revenue Model and End User: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2027” report has been added to’s offering.

Virtual or online fitness is the fusion of workout with technology. The online workouts are designed for ease and convenience of individual to suit their schedule and needs. Typically, the virtual workout sessions are played in fitness clubs on the big screen. The clubs may have them prescheduled as well as offers facilities of on demand workout sessions as per the convenience of the user. Online fitness coaching is another type of virtual fitness which enables users to receive fitness as well as nutrition coaching from a nutrition or fitness coach over the fitness app or website.

Increase in need for advanced fitness sessions to achieve physical fitness, growing interest of health insurance providers in virtual/online fitness services to reduce

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AT CAGR of 12.13%, Translational Regenerative Medicine Market will Revenue to Cross USD 481.40 Million in 2020 to 2025

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Sep 01, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Translational Regenerative MedicineMarket is valued at USD 216.00 Million in 2018 and expected to reach USD 481.40 Million by 2025 with the CAGR of 12.13% over the forecast period.

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Market Analysis of Translational Regenerative Medicine –

Translational regenerative medicine very broad, new approach to medicine which uses the advances in stem cell technology. These medicines make the use of stem cell

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Dentist invents brilliant plastic shield that fits over birthday cakes

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people are suddenly rethinking the long-held tradition of blowing out candles on birthday cakes — but a Florida-based dentist has designed a handy invention that’s here to help

With new awareness of just how easily germs can spread from a person’s mouth, the idea of eating something that another person just blew on seems mildly gross at best — and horrifically dangerous at worse.

But just abandoning the tradition seems like a loss, too, so Billy Kay, a dentist from Boca Raton, is launching the Top It Cake Shield: a clear plastic shield that perfectly fits cakes and holds candles so kids can still make their birthday wishes.

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Italy’s Berlusconi taken to hospital after positive coronavirus test

ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s former prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has been admitted to hospital in Milan for further checks after testing positive for the new coronavirus, his Forza Italia party said on Friday.

The party said his medical condition was not a cause for concern.

The 83-year-old-media tycoon had been in isolation in his house in the town of Arcore, north of Milan.

Forza Italia said he was now at the San Raffaele Hospital “as a precaution”.

Berlusconi had spoken via video link to a meeting of Forza Italia supporters on Thursday and said his fever had passed.

“I no longer have fever, nor pain, I want to reassure everyone that I am quite well,” he said.

Berlusconi decided to test for COVID-19 after having a holiday in Sardinia, his personal physician said.

The Mediterranean island suffered a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in August as tourists descended on its

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