A post that reads, “Women above 18 years of age should not take coronavirus vaccine five days before and after their menstrual cycle as their immunity is very less during periods” went viral on all social media platforms.
There are many doubts regarding coronavirus vaccine and now one more added to it. The centre announced that those who are above 18 of years of age can take their vaccines from May 1st.
The government on Saturday appealed to people to not to believe in the fake news that are circulating in the social media. The PIB shared a post with caption, “#Fake post circulating on social media claims that women should not take #COVID19Vaccine 5 days before and after their menstrual cycle. Don’t fall for rumours! All people above 18 should get vaccinated after May 1.” Here is the tweet.
Don't fall for rumours!
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) April 24, 2021
Alice Lu-Culligan and Dr Randi Hutter Epstein at Yale School of Medicine wrote in the New York Times that, “So far, there is no data linking the vaccines to changes in menstruation.”
Dr.Munjal V Kapadia tweeted that, “A lot of patients messaging me asking if it’s safe/ effective to take the vaccine during their period. Some silly WhatsApp rumour has spooked everyone. Your period has no effect on the vaccine efficacy. Take it as soon as you can. Spread the word, please.”
Dr Vaishali Joshi, obstetrician and gynaecologist at Kokilaben Ambani Hospital, Mumbai speaking to a newspaper said that, “There has been no data to validate the claim that Covid-19 vaccine affects the periods. This has originated from social media where people are sharing their own personal experiences. All international advisory bodies and organisations have not acknowledged it. Also, it’s important to note that one doesn’t need to reschedule vaccination date depending on the presence of periods. All the women who have crossed 18 years of age irrespective of their periods, hormonal status should get vaccinated.”
Breastfeeding mothers can also take vaccine.
Here is the tweet made by Faheem Younus.
Myth: COVID Vaccine will cause female/male infertility or don’t take it around periods or other reproductive fears…
Fact: It’s Nonsense. There is no scientific data to suggest this.
NO ONE should be afraid of the vaccine except the VIRUS:) pic.twitter.com/sk9hvp26Fa
— Faheem Younus, MD (@FaheemYounus) April 24, 2021
This Yoga Pose Improves Self-confidence
Bollywood beauty Malaika Arora shares some of the interesting posts on her Instagram. Every Monday, she shares a yoga pose and explains the process of doing it and the benefits of the pose. Today, she shared a post in which one could see her in Boat Pose (Naukasana).
Know How to do it:
1) Start by sitting on the mat, knees to be bent and feet flat on the floor.
2) Lift your feet and let your knees stay bent for now.
3) While your upper body will naturally fall back, try to keep your back straight.
4) Straighten your legs to a 45 degree angle. Your upper body should be as straight as possible, forming a V shape with the legs.
5) Straighten your arms, such that they are parallel to the floor.
6) Try to balance on the sit bones as much as you can.
7) Stay for a minimum of 5 breaths.
8) Release your legs while exhaling and then sit up.
Here are the benefits of doing Naukasana (Boat Pose):
Naukasana helps to strengthen your abdominal and core muscles. It also helps with improving self-confidence, building willpower and self-control.
Black Fungus: More than 7000 infected, 400 lost eyesight, 219 dead
When the COVID-19 is on the rise all over the country, another deadly disease either associated with the coronavirus, black fungus is sending shivers in the people’s spines. The number of people who are getting infected with the black fungus is growing day by day.
The number of people infected with black fungus in the country has crossed 7 thousand. Till now, 219 people died of mucormycosis. As usual, Maharashtra has become the center for the origin of this fungal infection which is very lethal and its treatment is very expensive as well. The situation in Gujarat is almost the same as in Maharashtra.
With the increase in black fungus cases, the states of Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Odisha have identified the black fungus as a concern and recognized it under the Infectious Diseases Act.
The Union Ministry of Health has issued an advisory to all the states regarding this disease. The Ministry of Health has recommended that black fungus be classified as a Notifiable Disease under the Epidemic Diseases Act.
Coming to Maharashtra, the Black fungus has so far infected 1500 people in Maharashtra, of which 90 have died. Even in Gujarat, Fifteen hundred people have been infected with black fungus. In Rajasthan, 400 people have lost their sight due to black fungus so far. In Jaipur alone, 148 people were infected with this fungus. 100 cases were reported in Jodhpur. The number of black fungus patients in Delhi has crossed 300.
The Kejriwal government has set up specialized centers for the treatment of black fungus in three hospitals as the situation has gone out of control. Black fungus cases are increasing day by day in Telangana. With this, the government has turned the Koti ENT hospital into a black fungus treatment center.
The government initially allowed ENT Hospital to treat only 50 beds. Under the current circumstances, a total of 202 beds are ready to be used for black fungus patients. About 90 people are being treated at the ENT hospital who are infected with mucormycosis.
Three Asanas For Mothers
Mother is one of the persons who work hard for her family. She never takes an off. No matter how hard the situation is, she has that power to deal with it.
Bollywood diva, Malaika Arora took to her Instagram and shared three poses for all the moms; doing these asanas help them feel relaxed and calm.
Here are the three poses that would help mothers deal with all the circumstances.
VRIKSHASANA: This is also called as Tree Pose, a balancing asana. It is one of the popular asana in modern yoga. It helps to improve posture and promotes balance, both physical and emotional.
TRIKONASANA: It is also known as Triangle Pose and doing this asana helps to fight the hunch, especially for the breastfeeding moms.
UTKATASANA: It is a standing asana in modern yoga and called as Chair Pose. Doing this asana develops strength in the whole body, especially back muscles while relieving stiffness in the shoulders.
So, dear readers, do these asanas without miss and become strong and healthy.
- తెరుచుకున్న సినిమా థియేటర్లు
- సీబీఎస్ఈ ఇంటర్ ఫలితాలు విడుదల
- ఉత్తరాది పెత్తనం.. మన మీడియా విలువ పతనం
- చహల్, గౌతమ్ లకు కరోనా పాజిటివ్
- జగన్ బెయిల్ రద్దు పిటీషన్ పై కోర్టు కీలక నిర్ణయం
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