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Updated on January 7, 2022 by healthlines
Long Covid is defined as suffering symptoms 12 weeks or more after diagnosis. I approach a red light, my brain knows that it’s red, but it’s not reacting to the rest of my body to put my foot… Read More
Category: Economics, English, Europe, Health, Medication, Nederlands, Tech Tags: adhd, adults, aftercare, altruism, anxiety, asymptomatisch, auto-immuunziektes, autoantibody, awareness, balance, blood clots, blood pressure, blood vessels, booster shot, brain, brain fog, breakthrough, breath, cancer, cardiovascular, care, challenges, children, cholesterol, chronic, chronic fatigue syndrome, cognition, communication, covid-19, crisis, crisisdata, damage, data, data context, death, definition, delirium, delta, dementia, dengue, depression, diabetes, diagnostics, disasters, disease, disorder, dizzy, economics, elderly, exercise, exhaustion, failure, fatigue, fever, genen, guide, headaches, health system, heart, how to, huisarts, immune system, infection, inflammation, influenza, insomnia, isolating, isolation, joints, kids, klachten, learning, lifestyle, liver, long-covid-19, long-haulers, lung, lupus, management, me/cfs, medication, memory, mental health, monoclonal antibodies, mood, mortality, mri, mrna, muscle, myocarditis, nausea, nazorg, nervous system, neurology, nr.naslagwerk/reference, omicron, opportunity, pain, pandemic, pathology, patients, pots, pregnancy, protection, protein, psychology, psychotherapy, q&a, rash, recovery, rehab, remote, research, respiratory, rest, revalideren, rna, samenleving, sars-cov-2, scan, sequence, skin, sleep, social interactivity, society, stress, stroke, studeren, symptoms, syndrome, tags, teens, testing, therapeut, thrombosis, topics, transmission, unvaccinated, vaccinated, virtual, virus, waves, werken, who, youth
Updated on August 30, 2021 by healthlines
The key to protecting against the reproductive and sexual effects of Covid-19 is to get vaccinated. De avondklok past bij de uitzonderingstoestand die we over onszelf afroepen. Het laat zien dat het virus niet onze vijand is maar… Read More
Category: Covid-19, English, Europe, Health, Nederlands, Worldwide Tags: angst, antibodies, avondklok, besmetting, blood clots, blood vessels, body, covid-19, dashboard, data, delta, fertility rates, guide, ic, lockdown, menstrual cycles, misinformation, myths, nr.naslagwerk/reference, pregnancy, protection, reproduction, risk, route, sars-cov-2, side effects, sperm, stress, tags, topics, unvaccinated, vaccinated, vaccines, variants
Updated on December 27, 2021 by healthlines
Fighting coronavirus is something your immune system has to learn. Why do boosters work if two doses struggle? Monoclonal antibodies to impair the virus’ ability to invade human cells, slowing down infection. How effective they will be is… Read More
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Updated on July 21, 2021 by healthlines
Statins reduce Covid-19 deaths (-32% less risk of death, -19% to -41%)…but only for people with CVD (cardiovascular disease) or hypertension (high blood pressure). And perhaps the most exciting thing about the polypill can be effective in many… Read More
Category: English, Health, Medication, Worldwide Tags: ards, blood clots, blood vessels, cholesterol, coronavirus, covid-19, cvd, data, death, dr. John Campbell, hypertension, inflammation, metabolic syndrome, mortality, nr.naslagwerk/reference, organ, pathology, patients, polypill, respiratory, sars-cov-2, statins, stroke, tags, tissue, topics