Tag: infection

Politics

Biden is unlikely to overreach in the Middle East. But as Kissinger could tell him, it would also be a mistake for him to turn his back on it. That KJU (Kim Jong Un) was not present is… Read More

Sports

Sports betting is taking a page from the playbook of tech giants like Netflix, Amazon and Twitter, sacrificing profitability in the early days in the hope of ingraining themselves in customers’ lives. Zero Covid-19‘ National Games, to create… Read More

Antibiotics

Covid-19 tests and superbugs: why the deep sea is key to fighting pandemics. Covid-19 is caused by a virus, meaning that antibiotics are ineffective against it, but severe cases are often complicated by bacterial infections that cause pneumonia,… Read More

India

Medical crowdfunding has become essential in India, but it’s leaving many behind It helps us weave together the Indian government’s recently stated positions on intellectual property protection and what appears to be India’s conflicted position on the TRIPS… Read More

Body

For some a Covid-19 toe is painless, but the rash can be extremely sore and itchy, with tender blisters and swelling. Temporal trends revealed a marked worldwide reduction in transplant activity during the first three months of the… Read More

Cancer

Getting the Covid-19 vaccine can cause temporary lymph node enlargement and result in a false positive mammogram. Topotecan, a drug used in cancer treatment can treat patients with moderate to severe forms of Covid-19 reducing the severity and… Read More

Pregnancy

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

Schools

Enjoy summer, build up mental resistance for the likely disruptions coming this Fall. How do I approach school and child care, now? Use rapid antigen tests regularly and you break chains of transmission so that cases don’t lead… Read More

Aftercare

Failure to recognize the scope of the illness will harm countless people around the globe. Why the WHO not embrace the term ‘long Covid‘. Heart damage from Covid-19 extends well beyond the disease’s initial stages. Even people who… Read More

Mobility

The experience of cities suggests that successful reopening requires a conservative, staged approach, beginning at virus levels near zero, coupled with many safety measures for public transport. Reopening cities after Covid-19. Deze Mobiliteitsrapporten zijn bedoeld om inzicht te… Read More

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