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How does monkeypox affect children?

The number of monkeypox cases in children is low, but this group can still become infected if they come into close contact with patients or touch surfaces with the virus. Since August, the United States has recorded several cases of monkeypox in adolescents and children under 18 years of age. The patient does not live […]

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New discovery on the cause of lung cancer

British and French scientists discovered the mechanism by which air pollution causes lung cancer in non-smokers. The study was presented at the European Society of Medical Oncology Annual Meeting in Paris, September 11. Experts have pointed out the potential danger of small particles, released during the burning of fossil fuels, affecting human health. Traditionally, it […]

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Is it really easy to get Covid-19 again?

Experts say that people who are reinfected with nCoV two or three times can still experience severe symptoms and have a prolonged risk of contracting Covid-19. In the new phase of the pandemic, many people have Covid-19 up to two or three times and consider it normal. Omicron and its contagious subtypes, which contain immune-evading […]

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How dangerous is the emerging flu epidemic in India?

Tomato flu has no vaccine and no treatment, symptoms are similar to hand, foot and mouth disease. India has reported cases of a strange virus known as tomato flu, which has been spreading silently since May. The infections are mostly children, spreading to several provinces such as Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Haryana and Odisha. On August […]

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Mysterious flu outbreak in India

India has found that many children under the age of 5 have a strange type of flu, called “tomato flu”. “Tomato flu” was first identified on May 6, so far has infected 82 children, all under the age of 5, according to a report in the Lancet Medical Journal on August 17. This condition is […]

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Confusion – a sign of dementia in the elderly

Alzheimer’s and stroke are the two main causes of dementia in the elderly, making them confused and unable to care for themselves. Doctor Nguyen Ba Thang, Head of the Center for Neuroscience, Head of the Stroke Unit, Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital, said recently the hospital received a 65-year-old female […]

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6 common myths about cancer

AmericaMany people think that cancer is a death sentence, hereditary or that drinking green tea helps prevent disease, but scientists refute these misconceptions. Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, director of the National Cancer Institute’s Behavioral Research Program, says cancer treatment is a stressful process, both physically and emotionally. Uncertainty about outcomes, and the complexity of treatment decisions, […]

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Breakthroughs in cancer treatment

With the immunotherapy drug dostarlimab, tumor-targeted therapy, or an mRNA vaccine, the world is slowly gaining fruit in the fight against cancer. Cancer treatment is a long, slow and expensive process. After decades of research, scientists have made some breakthroughs in treatment methods, but the changes have not been significant. Most oncologists are reticent about […]

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Poor oral hygiene can lead to incurable disease

Poor oral hygiene can lead to chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, gastrointestinal disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s. Studies in recent years have shown a strong link between poor oral hygiene and inflammation in the body in general, including inflammation of the heart. Dr Derek Baram, an orthodontist at Central Smile in Hong Kong, says […]