Dark Fungus

'Dark Fungus' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Haryana Declares Black Fungus A Notified Disease
    India News | Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Saturday May 15, 2021
    Haryana has made it compulsory by law for doctors to inform government authorities about any new case of black fungus or mucormycosis.
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  • Mucormycosis: The Deadly 'Dark Fungus' Threatening India's Covid Patients
    India News | Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Monday May 10, 2021
    The COVID-19 pandemic in India has catalysed a fungal infection into a dangerous disease disfiguring scores -- when it is not fatal. So much so that the country's top medical research body has come out with an advisory on its screening and diagnosis.
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  • Ugly Ducklings: Should Rubber Ducks Be Banned From The Bath?
    Offbeat | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday March 28, 2018
    Scientific curiosity knows no bounds: a group of Swiss and US researchers have delved into "the dark side" of inviting rubber ducks and other flexible plastic toys into our tubs. Any plastic materials dunked in bathwater provide ideal conditions for bacterial and fungal growth, according to the conclusions of the joint study, published Tuesday by t...
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'Dark Fungus' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Haryana Declares Black Fungus A Notified Disease
    India News | Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Saturday May 15, 2021
    Haryana has made it compulsory by law for doctors to inform government authorities about any new case of black fungus or mucormycosis.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Mucormycosis: The Deadly 'Dark Fungus' Threatening India's Covid Patients
    India News | Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Monday May 10, 2021
    The COVID-19 pandemic in India has catalysed a fungal infection into a dangerous disease disfiguring scores -- when it is not fatal. So much so that the country's top medical research body has come out with an advisory on its screening and diagnosis.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Ugly Ducklings: Should Rubber Ducks Be Banned From The Bath?
    Offbeat | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday March 28, 2018
    Scientific curiosity knows no bounds: a group of Swiss and US researchers have delved into "the dark side" of inviting rubber ducks and other flexible plastic toys into our tubs. Any plastic materials dunked in bathwater provide ideal conditions for bacterial and fungal growth, according to the conclusions of the joint study, published Tuesday by t...
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