COVID-19

COVID is a massive distortion that allows our vaccines to bypass

After reaching a two-year low a few weeks later, COVID cases are rising again in some countries. There are 100,000 new infections per day in the United States, up from 30,000 in mid-March. This trend is intensifying important discussions in the field of epidemiology. What is the best strategy to prevent catastrophic mass deaths from …

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Is Monkey Leprosy the World’s Newest COVID-19? Scholars make judgments

Just as a pandemic is not enough, a new dangerous virus is spreading around the world. About two weeks ago, smallpox, a pathogen that originated in West and Central Africa and caused flu-like symptoms and rashes, spread to unusual places. Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom said there had been several dozen cases between them. …

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This immunologist does 6 things every night to help you sleep better and boost your immune system

More than two years after the outbreak of the pandemic, we are still battling the Covid-19 epidemic, and that means building and maintaining a strong immune system should be a top priority. As an immunologist and a doctor of functional medicine, I always warn my patients that although genetics, diet and exercise play a role …

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This immunologist does 6 things every night to help you sleep better and boost your immune system

More than two years after the outbreak of the pandemic, we are still battling the Covid-19 epidemic, and that means building and maintaining a strong immune system should be a top priority. As an immunologist and a doctor of functional medicine, I always warn my patients that although genetics, diet and exercise play a role …

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Conspiracy theorists are spreading bird flu and spreading false information

Brad Molin, a fourth-generation Iowa-based Indian farmer, has seen this before. In 2015, bird flu nearly wiped out his herd. Suddenly, the barns, full of birds, suddenly fell silent. Workers were forced to kill infected animals. The family business, which began in 1924, was in serious danger. His business has recovered, but now the virus …

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Up to 11% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients die within 30 days or require re-admission

Cassandra Sklarski, Canadian Press Monday, May 16, 2022, 5:44 EDT Last updated Monday, May 16, 2022, 5:44 EDT The new study suggests a careful review of the factors that may lead to re-admission of some hospitalized COVID-19 patients within a month. Researchers, who make up about 9 percent, say the level of rehabilitation is similar …

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Researchers will determine the characteristics to better identify long-term COVID

News Release Monday, May 16, 2022 With the help of machine learning, researchers can find samples from electronic health data to better identify people with the disease. A research team supported by the National Institutes of Health has identified the characteristics of people who have had COVID for a long time and who may have …

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Do you need to mix and match COVID boosters for your fourth dose?

Now people over 50 or people with weakened immune systems If you are eligible for a second COVID booster, you may be wondering if you should change the type of vaccine you received for the fourth dose. Evidence suggests that doing so for a third dose creates a stronger, stronger immune response, and that vaccines …

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