The Discovery of a Prolonged Form of ARVI Revealed – Findings from Queen Mary University’s Study Published in Lancet

2023-10-15 11:50:34 British researchers representing Queen Mary University in London have discovered a more protracted and previously unknown form of ARVI. The results of the study were published in the Lancet journal. In total, scientists surveyed over 10,000 people, asking them to name at least 16 main symptoms they experience during a protracted form of … Read more

The Association of Depositors in response to the Association of Banks: It seeks to undermine the recovery plan

The Association of Depositors indicated that “after the Association of Banks, through its allies in Parliament earlier, torpedoed and destroyed Lazard’s plan, today it is working with the same tactic, as it claims to fear deposits, to blow up the proposed recovery plan, while it is only afraid for the members of its boards of … Read more

A study published in The Lancet explains why the coronavirus could be behind cases of severe hepatitis in children

After this week the World Health Organization reported more than 340 probable cases of a mysterious variant of hepatitis that is affecting children around the worldscientists further accelerated investigations to determine what are the factors that could trigger the disease. A study published this Saturday by the scientific journal The Lancet this Saturday the hypothesis … Read more

Super-resistant bacteria killed more people in 2019 than cancer and AIDS combined

R. I. Madrid Updated:20/01/2022 13:19h Keep Related news More than 1.2 million people, and more than likely many millions more, died in 2019 as a direct result of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. This is assured by the most comprehensive report on the global impact of antimicrobial resistance carried out in 204 countries and territories and published in … Read more

Anti-omicron antibodies identified

The omicron variant has proven not only to be the most transmissible of all variants of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus so far, but also the better able to evade the immune response of antibodies generated by vaccines and the infection itself. But it is possible that this ‘license to infect’ has its days numbered. An international … Read more