Scientists fear polio plan could be a repeat of the COVID horror show

[ad_1] Polio reappeared in the United States for the first time in a generation. On July 18, the New York State Department of Health told the US Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention that it had detected poliovirus, which can cause paralysis or death in a small percentage of cases, in a young adult … Read more

COVID may impair brain function, large study finds – POLITICO

[ad_1] Patients recovering from coronavirus infection suffer from increased rates of neurological and psychological problems, according to a large observational study published Thursday. Oxford University researchers combed through more than a million patient records and found that two years after infection, patients who had recovered from COVID-19 were at risk higher levels of psychosis, dementia … Read more

US declares monkeypox a health emergency

First modification: 08/06/2022 – 16:03 The increase in cases of monkeypox worries the health services of several countries. The disease, remember, is not fatal in most cases, and is transmitted by close physical contact. The United States is currently the country with the most reported cases of monkeypox. And Joe Biden’s government has declared a … Read more

Tinnitus, the new side effect associated with one of the covid vaccines

A health worker prepares a dose of the covid vaccine. / EFE The Spanish Medicines Agency has included in its latest pharmacovigilance report the conclusions of the European Medicines Committee on the side effects of the AstraZeneca vaccine Since the beginning of the vaccination against covid, they have not stopped revealing new side effects different … Read more

The Ministry of Health calls for responsibility for the monkey virus and announces the arrival of 7,000 more vaccines

The Ministry of Health made a call for responsibility and go to the doctor to those who have symptoms compatible with the monkeypoxhow much 4,577 cases after 279 others were recorded, and asked communities to quickly put on the vaccines, of which Spain will receive 7,000 more this week. The government, said Minister Carolina Darias … Read more

Aragon has yet to administer monkeypox vaccines out of the 52 received

Aragon already available since the last week of July 52 doses of the vaccine against monkey poxof the 5,300 that Ministry between communities to trying to contain the spread of the virusalthough so far, as confirmed yesterday by the Ministry of Health, none have yet been administered. These units are available to the infectious disease … Read more

US detects first cases of monkeypox in children

Two cases of children infected with monkeypox have been identified in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported on Friday. The first two cases of monkeypox in American children have been confirmed in a record outbreak of more than 2,500 infections across the country, a top health official said Friday. … Read more

A new test for Covid can distinguish between the immunity generated by the infection and that provided by the vaccine

Archive image of the analysis of PCR tests in the laboratory to detect the presence of the SARSCoV-2 coronavirus. Those responsible for the study highlight the usefulness that can be given to this PCR test in making possible public health decisions, such as the vaccination strategy. To make possible public health decisions, such as the … Read more

The combination of vaccines is essential to obtain a good immune response against HIV

A team of researchers from CSIC National Biotechnology Center, in collaboration with an international consortium, has shown in macaques that the combination of vaccines and the period of administration are decisive in obtaining early and memory immune responses against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus responsible for the AIDS. The results are published in … Read more

New form of intranasal vaccine creates antibodies against HIV and covid

Most vaccines are delivered into muscle, although HIV or SARS-CoV-2 infect through mucous membranes, which are targeted a new technique that elicited strong antibody responses against these viruses in tests with mice and non-human primates. A study conducted by American researchers and published today by Science Translational Medicine presents a new intranasal vaccination platform with … Read more