Hundreds of additional cases of severe hepatitis of unknown origin reported in children

Health officials have received reports of hundreds of children in 33 countries, including the United States, diagnosed with clinically more severe acute hepatitis of unknown origin than in previous similar cases and with a higher proportion of young patients developing liver failure. . The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a May 27 statement that … Read more

Spanish LGBTQ groups wary of monkeypox stigma as Pride approaches

1 of 2 In this photo provided by the Unidad de Microscopía Electrónica of the ISCIII in Madrid, Thursday 26 May 2022, an electron microscope image shows the monkeypox virus seen by a team from the Arbovirus Laboratory and the Genomics and Bioinformatics Units of the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII) in Madrid. Health authorities … Read more

The country’s dominant coronavirus mutant contains a ghost from the pandemic past

The coronavirus mutant that is now dominant in the United States is a member of the omicron family, but scientists say it spreads faster than its omicron predecessors, is adept at evading immunity, and could cause more serious illness. Because? Because it combines the properties of both omcron and delta, the nation’s dominant variant in … Read more

County Moves to CDC Community-Wide COVID-19 Risk | News

Due to the high levels of spread of the virus in the community, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have moved San Diego County to its average risk level for COVID-19. The CDC tracks community levels of the virus by geographic region to determine the impact of COVID-19 in communities and to allow individual … Read more

The dominant mutant of the coronavirus contains the ghost of the pandemic’s past

The coronavirus mutant that is now dominant in the United States is a member of the omicron family, but scientists say it spreads faster than its omicron predecessors, is adept at evading immunity, and could cause more serious illness. Why? Because it combines the properties of both omcron and delta, the nation’s dominant variant in … Read more

The long COVID affects older people; the blows do not prevent it

New US research on long-term COVID-19 provides new evidence that it can occur even after breakthrough infections in vaccinated people and that older adults are at greater risk for the long-term effects. In a studio Of the veterans posted Wednesday, about a third who had breakthrough infections showed signs of a long-standing COVID. A separate … Read more

Pfizer in court: lawsuit that revealed COVID-19 vaccine testing issues

Pfizer has asked a US court to drop a lawsuit filed by a whistleblower that revealed problems at the test sites used in Pfizer’s phase III critical trial of its COVID-19 vaccine. Brook Jackson, the whistleblower, filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, Ventavia and ICON, claiming they had “concealed violations of both the clinical trial protocol … Read more

Pfizer in court: launch lawsuit that revealed COVID-19 vaccine testing issues

Pfizer has asked a US court to drop a lawsuit filed by a whistleblower that revealed problems at the test sites used in Pfizer’s phase III critical trial of its COVID-19 vaccine. Brook Jackson, the whistleblower, filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, Ventavia and ICON, claiming they had “concealed violations of both the clinical trial protocol … Read more

6 things this immunologist does every night to sleep better and strengthen her immune system

More than two years after the emergence of a pandemic, we are still struggling with Covid-19 outbreaks and that means that building and maintaining a strong immune system should be a top priority. As an immunologist and functional medicine physician, I always remind my patients that while genetics, diet and exercise all play a role … Read more