COVID can cause brain fog and dementia two years after infection – study

[ad_1] People who had COVID-19 face increased neurological risks and psychiatric disorders such as brain fogpsychosis, seizures and dementia up to two years after infection. Driving the news: That’s according to a new large-scale study from the University of Oxford which also found that anxiety and depression were more common post-COVID, although they usually resolve … Read more

A gift, a surprise and more than 150 artists on 9 stages

The sonoramiques will instead have two gifts this year, a gift at 9:40 p.m. on Friday, and a concert that will review the 25 editions on Saturday, starting at 1 a.m., on the Aranda de Duero stage. The two ‘momentazos’ will close a festival that, from this Wednesday to Sunday, more than 150 groups and … Read more

One in eight people infected have prolonged COVID symptoms

The coronavirus is still there and, in addition, it leaves traces once the disease is defeated. And that is that one in eight adults (12.7%) infected with SARS-CoV-2 have long-term symptoms. This is suggested by a large Dutch study published yesterday in the journal The Lancet, which provides one of the first comparisons of persistent … Read more

Monkeypox: the infectious disease specialist warns of a fact passed over in silence

Although the World Health Organization said the monkeypox as a health emergency which requires global attention, no sanitary fence or deep control has been established to prevent this evil from spreading among the people. According to Secretary of Health of the Government of Mexico, as of July 31, at least 91 were registered Confirmed caseswhich … Read more

Monkeypox: Could it become the next pandemic?

By Geraldine A. Guzmán Castillo, Specialized Coordinator of the Faculty of Health of the Universidad Privada del Norte (UPN). Since the eradication of smallpox in the 1980s, monkeypox assumed a prominent role affecting human communities. Considered a rare disease, originating in Africa, where it is endemic. The monkeypox it is a zoonosis (virus transmitted to … Read more

Monkeypox: Could it become the next pandemic?

By Geraldine A. Guzmán Castillo, Specialized Coordinator of the Faculty of Health of the Universidad Privada del Norte (UPN). Since the eradication of smallpox in the 1980s, monkeypox assumed a prominent role affecting human communities. Considered a rare disease, originating in Africa, where it is endemic. The monkeypox it is a zoonosis (virus transmitted to … Read more

Childhood hepatitis and coronavirus | A study of childhood hepatitis of unknown origin with viral exposure after restrictions

In April, health alarms were triggered due to an outbreak of hepatitis child of unknown origin, with more than 600 cases reported worldwide. The first hypotheses quickly point to a possible relationship between these infections and increased exposure of children after restrictions end for the coronavirus. However, a preliminary study published in the United Kingdom … Read more

Meliá achieves the first net profit since the start of the pandemic | companies

Meliá considers the coronavirus crisis to be over and looks to the recovery with optimism. The leading Spanish hotel group, with a portfolio of 378 hotels (330 in operation and 48 signed), has obtained a net profit of three million euros in the first half of 2022which represents the first positive result since the beginning … Read more

Patients with Covid-19 have a higher risk of suffering from these diseases after infection

With Covid-19 infections still through the roof in our country, after Health has notified 41,683 new cases of coronavirus, more than half of them in people over 60, it is important to note that the infection is not trivial. Indeed, although vaccines clearly fulfill their function and that patients can transmit the disease in a … Read more

The pandemic continues to reduce childhood vaccination against other diseases

The vaccination of children against various diseases fell further in 2021 due to disturbances pandemic caused in many health systems, so immunization programs suffer biggest setback in 30 decadesThe UN warned today. Two of its agencies, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UNICEF (UNICEF), warned in a joint statement that, for example, 25 million … Read more