Informed Health Choices, the course that teaches scientific thinking in medicine to children –

Camilla Alderighi and Raffaele Rasoini, cardiologists, have launched a course to explain to children how much it is necessary to rely on scientific evidence and evidence in decisions relating to health No vax, boh vax (term “launched” by Massimo Gramellini), and pro vax, or those against, undecided and in favor of vaccines for Covid19. It’s … Read more

I want to study medicine but I’m getting discouraged from reading books |

Hello, I have to tell you that I just found out that I want to study medicine in the 6th semester. which is known to be a slower preparation than others But I think that whether we prepare late or early, if we put in enough effort we will succeed. So I tried to read … Read more

Anti-coronavirus drugs can make a difference

For the time being, the coronavirus epidemic can only be controlled with vaccines, but the first anti-Covid drugs may become available by the end of this year. Merck and Pfizer are closest to this, but Japan’s Shionogi is also experimenting. More than a year and a half after the outbreak of the pandemic, the question … Read more

Artificial intelligence: a breakthrough that could revolutionize medicine

July 30, 2021 Photo credit, KAREN ARNOTT Image caption, Only a fraction of the proteins made by the human genome have confirmed structures Artificial intelligence has been used to predict the structures of almost all the proteins made by the human body. This breakthrough could help accelerate the discovery of new drugs to treat disease, … Read more

4 Plants for Hepatitis Medicine, One of them is Temulawak

LUMJANG NEWS Hepatitis is one of the most dangerous diseases in the world. This disease is an inflammation of the liver tissue caused by various microorganisms. disease sufferer hepatitis will experience some symptoms such as fatigue, decreased appetite, headache, nausea, sometimes vomiting, and fever. However, not all types hepatitis showing symptoms as above. To confirm … Read more

The Royal Academy of Medicine recommends compulsory vaccination of health workers

L’Académie royale de médecine de Belgique (ARMB) et la Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium (KAGB) recommandent”a compulsory vaccination extended to all nursing and non-nursing professionals in hospitals, clinics and health care institutions, as well as doctors, other health professionals and volunteers involved in (outpatient) care“, they said in a notice published on July 19 … Read more

Heavy covid leads to a reduction in IQ by seven points, shows a study – ČT24 – Czech Television

Taking into account factors such as age, gender, mother tongue and level of education, the researchers found that people with coronavirus infection had the greatest negative impact on their ability to think, think and plan compared to those who did not. “These results are consistent with reports of long covids, with brain fog, difficulty concentrating … Read more

Gender Medicine: Men and women are different in health and disease. Giovannella Baggio: “The pandemic has made us more aware, a specific approach is needed”

by Valentina Bertuccio D’Angelo From the beginning of the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic, it became clear how the infection was more dangerous for men than for women. In Italy as in the rest of the world, statistics and studies have confirmed that it is men who risk a serious course of the disease, up to death. The … Read more

Pill against covid-19? Three pharmaceutical companies compete for it

EFE United States / 25.07.2021 14:12:55 Have a medicine in pill form against covid-19 is a goal sought by several pharmaceutical companies, of which a company from Japan is conducting clinical trials, while the firms Pfizer and MSD (Merck Sharp & Dohme) were also interested in the investigations. The Japanese company Shionogi began human testing … Read more

Aesthetic medicine, here is the new “pen” syringe for fillers and botulinum –

The aesthetic syringe becomes a pen, in the idea a specialist who aroused a lot of interest in the last Sime 2021 congress on aesthetic medicine. Because, even non-experts understand this easily, to inject, for example, filler or Botox it is certainly more comfortable, more “ergonomic” doctors would say, a tool that can be held … Read more