Doctors say that meat need not be entirely cut out of the diet to prevent coronavirus, but consumption of raw meat should definitely be avoided during this time.
Many people are reconsidering dining out. But is curbing the dining out experience absolutely necessary in the times that Coronavirus is spreading?
Cardoz was tested positive for coronavirus on March 18.
Coronavirus: Although it is a myth and there is no such risk of eating meat during coronavirus, the sales of mutton and chicken have rapidly declined. The meat-eaters are searching for a viable alternative - ...
A picture of 'Corona Pakoda' has gone viral on social media, and netizens are loving the Pakoda that resembles the Coronavirus strain.
As the danger of Coronavirus looms large, we must take extra care to keep our homes, including kitchen, clean. So, here are some useful tips to help you keep your kitchen squeaky clean and free ...
There are many alternative cures and preventive measures doing the rounds on the internet. A fact check on them reveals that most of them are untrue.
Animal Husbandry Commissioner Praveen Malik in a letter to Vijay Sardana, Advisor, Poultry Federation of India, said that poultry was not found to be involved in the transmission of coronavirus.
Amid the Coronavirus crisis, National Restaurant Association of India advised its member restaurants to shut operations till March 31, 2020.
With little or no options to eat out, the trend of eating home-cooked food is clearly growing. Here are the top 5 ways that Coronavirus epidemic will impact our eating habits