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Joined on 12 September, 2011
The article may alter how we break the cycle: yes to masks, good ventilation, and rapid testing.Up to 50% of patients are asymptomatic and can be spreaders. Therefore temperature checks and symptoms may not be perfect. Now that we can test, it seems prudent to create “bubbles”
@DoctorNene Someone's working on his Hindi!
Happy Republic Day to you as well Sir.
Thank you and Happy Republic Day! Languages are windows into a civilisation and culture. Most Indians speak two to four languages and I am no different. Can speak English, Marathi and Spanish and broken Hindi. My goal this year is to seamlessly become fluent in Hindi. Good plan?
Agree. Love to cook and it provides some solace when you see everyone enjoying.
Reflecting back on the amazing conversation we had with @gauravmunjal and his team at @unacademy . Educating people, both academically and extracurricularly, is critical to India’s future, as expressed by the @PMOIndia in his policy brief on education. Look forward to execution.
Hi Dr Nene, just wanted to ask a quick question. I have just completed the treatment for hpylori positive test. Shall I send another sample to lab to make sure if the infection is cleared?
Great question. In sort, yes, get retested. Am assuming you had an ulcer or gastritis and were positive for h. Pylori and got treated. Here is a great reference:
@DoctorNene Sir I have asked you a question for 5/6 times, sir you didn't answer. Why?
My question was about taking sugar in coffee in the morning with an empty stomach?
Great question. It depends: if you are looking for a quick pick me up - sugar and caffeine will do it in coffee on an empty stomach.But remember that while your sugar goes up initially,with it you get a spike in insulin. As sugar drops and caffeine wears off,u will be more tired.
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