A study supports the association between COVID-19 vaccination and a lengthening of the menstrual cycle

Participants in a sizable NIH-funded study came from both North America and Europe. The results of a prior American study that connected COVID-19 vaccination with an average increase in menstrual cycle length of less than one day were supported by a sizable international study. The National Institutes of Health provided funding for the new study, […]

People that wear face masks often may experience dermatitis

The risk for dermatoses increases with the length of time the mask is worn, according to a recently published systematic review and meta-analysis. Around half the people who wear face masks may develop acne, facial dermatitis, itch, or pressure injuries. Skin conditions that cause inflammation of the skin, such as eczema, are known as dermatitis. […]

A British scientist stated that common cold and the flu was mistakenly identified as COVID-19 by faulty PCR tests

An unreliable PCR test that confused COVID-19 with the common cold and the flu should have been scrapped, according to a British scientist. Despite receiving a positive test result, many people may not have been infectious, professor Francois Balloux, director of the Genetics Institute at University College London, told The Mail. Following a positive LFD […]

Long Covid symptoms, the source of fatigue found

A recent study by researchers at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, may open the door for research on the long Covid, one of the least recognised and most crippling effects of Sars-Cov-2 infection. The condition also develops months after coronavirus negativization, when the patient is no longer able to spread the illness but nonetheless experiences […]

According to recent animal studies, men with Omicron infections may respond better to the oral medication Molnupiravir than women

Research published in October 2021 in the BMJ showed that Molnupiravir reduced the risk of hospitalization by 50% in people at higher risk of severe COVID-19. While COVID-19 vaccines have been crucial in helping reduce the number of fatalities caused by SARS-CoV-2 infections, antivirals also played a part. One of those drugs is molnupiravir, which the Food & […]

Loneliness and social isolation can impair cognitive function and heart health

According to a recent study, social isolation can raise one’s risk of having a heart attack or a stroke. According to two studies published this week, older persons who are lonely, socially isolated, or do not engage in stimulating activities are at risk for heart attack, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease. According to the first study, […]

Following the Covid epidemic, women worry twice as much about life, kids, and parents as men do.

The study, which was released in January, discovered that the “worry gap” between men and women wasn’t as pronounced prior to the pandemic. According to the study, which was released in January, there wasn’t a significant “worry gap” between men and women prior to the pandemic, according to Sky News. In an effort to comprehend […]

A pan-viral medicine could be an anticancer candidate that targets a human protein

More than two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began, people are understanding that adapting to SARS-CoV-2 will likely be part of the “new normal.” Although there are some medicines available, new varieties are forcing researchers to consider new tactics. Despite the fact that there are COVID-19 vaccines, only a small portion of the world’s population […]

Antiviral medication Paxlovid can assist those with mild symptoms of COVID-19 to avoid hospitalisation and death

In the United States, only people with certain medical conditions at higher risk of developing severe COVID-19 are currently eligible to receive the drug. Now, a new study suggests that expanding eligibility to include all people with COVID-19 could benefit everyone. Canadian researchers studied 41 trials that covered more than 18,000 people with non-severe COVID-19. They reported […]

Scientists have identified a potential cause for the mysterious outbreak of childhood Hepatitis

Adenovirus infections are quite prevalent, particularly in youngsters. In more than 35 nations, 1,010 instances of severe hepatitis in children without a known cause were reported between April and July of this year. Over a quarter of these cases—nearly half—occurred in the UK and in Europe. The most common cause of childhood hepatitis is an […]

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