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Updated on October 5, 2021 by healthlines
Why are so many pregnant women not taking the vaccine? Vaccination to prevent Covid-19. Pregnant people are among the most vulnerable to natural disasters. Climate change is making it worse. As we face the highly transmissible Delta variant… Read More
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Updated on December 3, 2021 by healthlines
How does it dodge the system? Synopsis: 2G * Airlines * Analysis * Antiviral * Back2School * Booster Shots. * BreakThrough * Conferences * Contact Tracing * Dashboard * Delta variant * Dominant * Economics (1) * Economics… Read More
Category: English, Health, Nederlands, Tech, Worldwide Tags: 2022, 30-day, adults, aerosolen, ages, ai, air pollution, airborne, algoritme, alpha, antibiotics, asia, b-cellen, beijing, besmetting, beta, biotechnology, breakthrough, cemetery, challenges, children, china, claire berlinski, communication, comorbidities, contact-tracing, coronavirus, covid-19, crisis, crisisdata, death, defense, deficiency, delta, dengue, diagnostics, disasters, disease, droplets, dummies, economics, economy, elderly, elimination, emergency, emotion, england, environment, epicenter, epidemics, eurasia, europa, failure, family, fatalism, flu, four, future, gamma, genetic tech, globalization, government, gravediggers, greece, griep, guilt, health system, herd immunity, heroism, history, hospital, how to, immune system, indonesia, indoors, infectie, influenza, investigation, kappa, kids, lab-leak, laboratory, learning, lockdown, long-covid-19, long-haulers, mainstream, management, mandatory, masks, microbiologie, missteps, misunderstandings, mortality, mrna, mu, multilateralism, mutation, nano, nanobodies, naslagwerk/reference, nuclear, olympics, omicron, origin, outbreaks, pandemic, passports, politics, protein, psychology, public, quality, quality of life, quarantaine, resilience, respiratory, risk, rna, ruili, rule, russia, sars-cov-2, scan, shame, signals, smoking-gun, social distancing, source, stages, statistics, strain, strategie, symptoms, t-cellen, tags, tech, testing, timeline, topics, tracing, tragedy, transmission, transparency, travel, treatment, unvaccinated, vaccinated, vaccines, variants, verspreiding, virus, wastewater, who, world, wuhan, zero
Updated on May 27, 2021 by healthlines
Exponential growth means case numbers can double in just a few days. Exponential decay is its opposite. The Math that explains the end of the pandemic. Wat is de rol van epidemiologie en wiskundige modellering in het Covid-19-tijdperk?… Read More
Category: Economics, English, Health, Nederlands, Worldwide Tags: comorbidities, coronavirus, covid-19, crisis, data, decay, epidemics, exponential, growth, guide, health system, herd immunity, ic, ifr, infection, lockdown, math, outbreaks, pandemic, prediction, r, Reproductiegetal, sars-cov-2, superverspreiding, transmission, vaccines, verspreiding, virus
Updated on October 20, 2021 by healthlines
Age has always been one of the biggest determinants of whether someone is at risk of severe Covid-19 and that remains true even with vaccines. If your immune system does not function well, you are at higher risk… Read More
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Updated on November 29, 2021 by healthlines
The coronavirus has leapt out of its urban cage into remote indigenous communities in Australia’s Northern Territory. An outback conspiracy. The Prime Minister of Australia got a sympathetic hearing. Discussions were kept secret. On September 15th, AUKUS was… Read More
Category: Asia, Economics, English, Health, Tech Tags: 2030, 5g, airports, america, anti-vaxxers, asia, asset, aukus, australia, bats, behavior, blood clots, bonds, bri, carbon, china, climate, coal, comorbidities, conspiracy, coronavirus, covid-19, crisis, cybersecurity, defence, delta, direct search, disaster, dollar, down under, economics, economy, education, elderly, emission, energy, england, europa, facebook, failure, fake news, finance, flatten the curve, focus, fossiel, france, fuel, history, hospital, how to, hydroxychloroquine, india, indigenous, information, ivermectin, japan, language, lockdown, long-range missiles, management, misinformation, morrison, naslagwerk/reference, new year's eve, nuclear, nursing homes, oil, outback, outbreaks, pacific, platform, politics, protest, qr codes, quad, region, renewables, research, risk, search, selfish, sociale media, society, submarines, suicide, superspreaders, tags, terrorism, topics, travel, updates, vaccines, video, virus, youtube, zero
Updated on November 1, 2021 by healthlines
How much vitamin D should you take to have the longest lifespan possible? Bring your blood vitamin D level into the range of 50 to 80 ng/mL. The link between healthy vitamin D levels and reduced Covid-19 severity stands… Read More
Category: Covid-19, English, Health, Nederlands, Supplements, Worldwide Tags: 25-hydroxy vitamin D level, adults, b-cellen, bacteriën, children, clinical trials, comorbidities, covid-19, cytokine storm, deficiency, diet, heart, how to, icu, immune system, immuunsysteem, infection, iu, melatonin, metabolic syndrome, monitoring, nr.naslagwerk/reference, pandemic, polypeptides, protection, protein, respiratory, risk, rss the connection, social distancing, sun, supplements, symptoms, t-cellen, tags, topics, viral, vitamin c, vitamin d, zinc