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Covid-19 variants dampen hope of travel rebound, quarantines get longer-lonelier(Photo by Ellen Jenni on Unsplash)

Covid-19 variants dampen hope of travel rebound, quarantines get longer-lonelier

Bloomberg |
UPDATED ON FEB 24, 2021 07:47 AM IST
While the efficacy of vaccines on mutated Covid-19 strains are under debate, the tightening of quarantine models to contain the threat from highly infectious coronavirus variants is damping hopes of a swift rebound in international air travel.
A man wearing a hazmat suit walks on a street in Wuhan, Hubei province of China amid coronavirus outbreak.(REUTERS)
A man wearing a hazmat suit walks on a street in Wuhan, Hubei province of China amid coronavirus outbreak.(REUTERS)

Coronavirus: ‘Feeling lonely or sad is quite common,’ says government; shares ways to beat social isolation

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAR 31, 2020 12:05 PM IST
The government has suggested people to keep themselves busy during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The study also suggests that males and females might respond differently to social stressors.(Unsplash)
The study also suggests that males and females might respond differently to social stressors.(Unsplash)

Loneliness may increase inflammation in body

London | By Indo Asian News Service
UPDATED ON MAR 12, 2020 06:03 PM IST
According to the researchers, inflammation is the body’s way of signalling the immune system to heal and repair damaged tissue, as well as defending itself against viruses and bacteria.
The study also found that embracing toxic masculinity is self-harming.(Shutterstock)
The study also found that embracing toxic masculinity is self-harming.(Shutterstock)

Men who endorse ‘toxic masculinity’ can become socially isolated

New York | By Indo Asian News Service
UPDATED ON MAR 12, 2020 11:21 AM IST
A recent study states that older men who endorse the ideals of toxic masculinity can become siloed off as they age.
The researchers said that their study shows that osteoarthritis increases the risk of social isolation.(Unsplash)
The researchers said that their study shows that osteoarthritis increases the risk of social isolation.(Unsplash)

Social isolation can increase risk of osteoarthritis. Here’s how

Washington D.C. | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON OCT 17, 2019 03:23 PM IST
As social isolation can worsen your health, the researchers suggested that older adults with arthritis perhaps could benefit from physical activity and participating in social activities.
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