Coronavirus

The coming wave: How the coronavirus damages the brain

The coming wave: How the coronavirus damages the brain

COVID-19 infection can cause irreparable neurological complications If anything has become clear during the pandemic we are experiencing, it is that COVID-19 infection can be more than respiratory disease. Now, the medical community warns of a possible wave to come: that of the neurological and neuropsychiatric sequelae that SARS-CoV-2 can cause in some infected people. …

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WHO does not see the use of masks mandatory in children under 5 years of age

OMS no ve obligatorio el uso de mascarillas en niños menores de 5 años

An international and multidisciplinary group of experts brought together by the World Health Organization (WHO) has reviewed the evidence on disease and coronavirus transmission in children and the limited evidence available on the use of masks in this population. Based on this and other factors, such as the psychosocial needs of children, WHO and UNICEF …

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Belgium study shows children are less likely to catch coronavirus at school than at home

Estudio en Bélgica muestra que niños tienen menos posibilidades de contagiarse de coronavirus en la escuela que en la casa

The World Health Organization (WHO) considers that the return to schools is safe if the levels of transmission of the coronavirus are low in the community in which the educational centers operate Researchers in Belgium concluded that the chances of children getting infected with coronavirus it is less in school than in their own homes. …

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What’s behind the “worrying” spike in coronavirus cases in Europe

Una mujer mira postales de Bruselas en un escaparate

Several European countries are on alert due to a dramatic increase in the number of new coronavirus infections. What are the reasons? Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, the United Kingdom, and several other European countries are on alert due to a drastic increase in the number of new coronavirus infections. According to data collected on August …

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Why do we develop permanent immunity with some diseases and not with others? (And what will happen to the coronavirus)

¿Por qué con algunas enfermedades desarrollamos inmunidad permanente y con otras no? (Y qué sucederá con el coronavirus)

Against some diseases, there are vaccines that immunize us for life, but others, such as flu or seasonal influenza, require a new version every year. We asked two immunologists why Once we become infected with certain diseases, such as measles, or get vaccinated against them once, we develop lifelong immunity. On the other hand, there …

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Karla Martínez and Alan Tacher return to ‘Despierta América’

Karla Martínez y Alan Tacher regresan a ‘Despierta América’

[ad_1] After beating COVID-19, he returns to ‘the happiest house on Hispanic television’ Alan Tacher and Karla Martínez. Photo: Mezcalent / Mezcalent Almost two months after having to leave the study of ‘Wake up America’ being both COVID-19 positive, Karla Martinez and Alan Tacher They return to ‘the happiest little house on Hispanic television’. Yes, …

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