Cases of childhood hepatitis of unknown origin detected in five European countries

The pediatric department of the Poitiers hospital (photo illustration). AFP / GUILLAUME SOUVANT Cases of childhood hepatitis, of unknown origin and already identified in the UK, have been detected in four other European countries, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Disease Control (ECDC) announced on Tuesday 19 April. “Following the cases of acute hepatitis … Read more

Increase good cholesterol: 3 tips

Too much cholesterol damages our blood vessels and can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. It’s about LDL cholesterol. Low density lipoprotein is responsible for transporting cholesterol from the liver to other organs. However, if the LDL cholesterol level increases and the cells in the body are no longer able to absorb more cholesterol, the … Read more

The older we get, the slower we mutate

This is a new stage in the long search for the causes of biological aging. New, but not quite so new: the study published in the specialist journal on April 13th Natureactually comes to the fore “a hypothesis put forward in 1952 by a future Nobel laureate, Peter Medawar [1915-1987]but so far unprovable: the idea … Read more

Cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin detected in children in several countries

The World Health Organization is investigating these cases of sometimes severe liver inflammation. The usual hepatitis viruses were not detected in these sick children. A “strange and alarming” type of hepatitis, according to Science magazine. The World Health Organization said on Friday it was monitoring dozens of children under the age of 10 in the … Read more

Corona disease increases the risk of shingles | press portal

04/19/2022 – 11:05 a.m. GlaxoSmithKline GmbH & Co. KG Munich (ots) – Suspicious new study: COVID-19 damages immune cells and weakens the body’s defenses – shingles is so easy – Risk increases with age: people over 50 have a 15% increased risk of shingles after contracting COVID-19 – Are particularly at risk: The elderly after … Read more

Health. What you need to know about hepatitis of unknown origin affecting children in Europe

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to rage in Britain, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday reported cases of undetermined hepatitis in dozens of children in the country. Here’s what you need to know. What is hepatitis? Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can cause many health problems and can even be fatal. … Read more

Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss and Good Health – When and What to Eat After This Beneficial Program?

Intermittent Fasting is the New Keto! In other words, it’s one of the most popular nutrition trends in the world right now. People adopt it to lose weight and improve their health while simplifying their lifestyle. Yes, this diet is not difficult to follow at all and many studies show that it can be very … Read more

Covid-19: blurred vision, clogged blood vessels… can the virus cause an ‘eye punch’?

the essential In the United States, researchers have found a link between possible Covid-19 contamination and occlusions observed in the eye. Partial or even complete loss of vision has been observed in some contaminated patients. It is a virus that mutates and its effects on our bodies are constantly changing. We now know what effects … Read more