Tag: influenza

Aftercare

At present, public-health officials are flying blind when it comes to long Covid-19 and vaccination.  We see a very high incidence of vascular disease and blood clotting, for example, stroke and heart attack among Covid-19 patients. The absence… Read More

Covid-19

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

Pathology

Sharing of pathogen samples and associated data such as genetic sequences and epidemiological information are critical for effective public health response. Both globally and locally. I think this entire idea of pathogen sharing is based on power dynamics…. Read More

Keto

When you switch from eating a high-carb diet to a keto diet, your body is forced to adapt. This happens. If you are trying to lose weight or belly fat or even fasting for the health benefits like autophagy… Read More

Vaccine

People will be likely to need to have annual Covid-19 vaccinations for many years to come. About resistance, double-vaccinated, variants, omicron, protection, booster shots and timeline. Strong confidence in Covid-19 vaccines leads to more adults and children getting… Read More

Microbiome

This collection of microbes in your body includes bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Together, it’s called the human microbiome. Scientists are only just discovering the enormous impact of our gut microbiome and how it could hold the key to… Read More

History

The anti-vaxxer want recognition. Even if it means risking their life. Mandatory vaccinations have been with us for centuries, quietly saving lives. Seasonal festivals may be a pale echo of older patterns of seasonal variation. Fostering political self-consciousness… Read More

Zoönosen

Bird flu circulates naturally among wild birds, and when they migrate to the UK from mainland Europe in winter the disease can be spread to poultry and other captive birds. Killer’ fish deployed to fight dengue outbreak in… Read More

Obesity

The hypothesis and paradox of obesity being associated with higher survival rates in severe bacterial infections was confirmed in this prospective, population-based observational study. Increased bodyweight is the second greatest predictor of hospitalisation and a high risk of… Read More

Afweersysteem

B cells, which recognize the virus outside cells and produce antibodies to bind and neutralize it, and T cells, which detect infected cells via the presentation of viral antigens on the cells’ surfaces and promptly kill those cells… Read More

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