Omicron variant | How can excessive intake of immune supplements affect the body’s organs

Omicron variant |  How can excessive intake of immune supplements affect the body’s organs

Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, immune-boosting supplements and kadas have become a part of our lives. People are now focusing more on their immune health than ever before. It is a fact that immune supplements are loaded with clear health benefits. But did you know that there are potential downsides to taking these … Read more

COVID in Europe: Greece begins fining those over 60 who are not immune

COVID in Europe: Greece begins fining those over 60 who are not immune

As of today, elderly people in Greece who have not been vaccinated face monthly fines. People over 60 who did not get an injection will have to pay a fine of 50 euros in January, rising to 100 euros in February. The decision comes as the country’s public health system struggles to deal with the … Read more

Goodbye Pandemic, Hello Endemic

Goodbye Pandemic, Hello Endemic

comment In early 1918, as World War I entered its final year, the H1N1 influenza A virus infected millions of people, causing the Spanish flu pandemic. In April 1920, after four waves and almost 100 million deaths, the pandemic ended. H1N1 was much less deadly and only caused the ordinary seasonal flu. It had become … Read more

Can Sugar Testing Help Protect Us Against Future Epidemics?

Can Sugar Testing Help Protect Us Against Future Epidemics?

While the world’s attention is still focused on COVID-19, which continues to ravage the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) has urged scientists to broaden their interest in the potential for a future ‘disease X’. The number of high-threatening pathogens such as SARS, MERS, Lassa, Ebola and avian flu has been increasing in recent years. … Read more

Are you still struggling financially? This aid remains open to families

Are you still struggling financially?  This aid remains open to families

FG Trading | E+ | Getty Pictures Even as the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on American life, most of the pandemic relief measures have so far dried up. The recent shelving of the Build Better Act, the massive spending bill containing a host of provisions to get middle-class families on their feet, means that … Read more

CoxHealth seeks help from college and high school students amid COVID-19 surge

CoxHealth seeks help from college and high school students amid COVID-19 surge

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – CoxHealth is asking for help from college and high school students amid an increase in hospitalizations from COVID-19. The health system now offers temporary support jobs designed for college students in health care programs, as well as various job opportunities for high school students. Temporary positions may include responsibilities such as … Read more

Germany: Omicron wave breaks new record for weekly cases | news | DW

Germany: Omicron wave breaks new record for weekly cases |  news |  DW

Germany set a new record infection rate on Saturday, with the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases (RKI) reporting 497.1 new cases per 100,000 people in the past seven days. Saturday’s infection rate – which counts new cases recorded in the seven days prior to yesterday – surpassed the previous peak of 485.1 reported by … Read more

Psychedelic therapy drugs: Experts praise Canada’s update

Psychedelic therapy drugs: Experts praise Canada’s update

A doctor and psychologist say Health Canada’s move to allow physicians to order restricted narcotic drugs for patients as part of their psychiatric treatment is a positive step toward transforming mental health care. But they say the recent change to the special access program is not enough. “We still have a huge amount of work … Read more

Chicago students protest for virtual learning, COVID-19 stipends

Chicago students protest for virtual learning, COVID-19 stipends

Students in Chicago took part in a strike Friday, showing a lack of adequate safety measures and resources amid the COVID-19 pandemic, just days after the Chicago Teachers’ Union (CTU) and Chicago Public Schools (CPS) agreed to reopen schools again. The Chicago Tribune reported that the strike, involving at least 500 students led by the … Read more

Immunologist and health expert says it’s ‘worst food ingredient for your immune system’

Immunologist and health expert says it’s ‘worst food ingredient for your immune system’

When the first wave of Covid hit the US, it became clear that the majority of patients placed on ventilators had a number of underlying conditions. Among these were obesity and metabolic disorders such as diabetes, both of which have increased in the United States over the past few years. One question that baffled people … Read more