“This virus is a transformer!” – New research details on how COVID variants develop New ways to avoid vaccines

“This virus is a transformer!”  – New research details on how COVID variants develop New ways to avoid vaccines

New study models future SARS-CoV-2 mutations and predicts their ability to evade immune systems developed by vaccines and antibody-based treatments. Since the study ended, several of the predicted mutations have appeared in omicron, the most recently identified SARS-CoV-2 variant that provides insight into how omicron may escape immune systems generated by mRNA vaccines and monoclonal … Read more

One in 44 American children is diagnosed with autism, the CDC finds

Photo: Maja Hitij (Getty Images) The chances of a child in the United States being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder have increased again, new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests. According to their report this week, about one in 44 children was expected to be diagnosed with autism at the age … Read more

Allergy sufferers have a nearly 40% lower risk of COVID-19 infection, study says

People suffering from allergic conditions are at a lower risk of developing COVID-19, according to a new UK study. The research from Queen Mary University of London was published Thursday in the journal Thorax. ‘LONG’ COVID CAUSES BAD AIR AND TASTE, DEPRESSION FOR SOME SURVIVORS: ‘HOT WATER AIRS AS RULING MEAT’ By analyzing data from … Read more

Cognitive rehabilitation: A patient’s arduous path through long covid therapy

Over time, Ms. Purvis, the speech pathologist, gradually the exercises: Arrange numbers in descending order, repeat a sentence in reverse. She increased noise and distraction to approximate Mrs Lewis’s busy work environment. She kept the door open, turned on TV news, and eventually held sessions in the busy physiotherapy gym. In the midst of the … Read more

Most coronavirus vaccines act as boosters, with Pfizer and Moderna antibody levels high, the study shows

While the two mRNA vaccines produced the largest antibody boost after 28 days, “the vaccines work in different ways,” Professor Saul Faust of Infectious Diseases from the UK National Institute for Health Research, who led the trial, told The Washington Post on Friday. “The other vaccines are … still a massive boost compared to what … Read more

Singapore researchers develop smart bandage that tracks wounds via an app – South China Morning Post

Singapore researchers develop smart bandage that tracks wounds via an appSouth China Morning PostSee full coverage on Google News .

Allergy sufferers have a nearly 40% lower risk of COVID-19 infection, study says

People suffering from allergic conditions are at a lower risk of developing COVID-19, according to a new UK study. The research from Queen Mary University of London was published Thursday in the journal Thorax. ‘LONG’ COVID CAUSES BAD AIR AND TASTE, DEPRESSION FOR SOME SURVIVORS: ‘HOT WATER AIRS AS RULING MEAT’ By analyzing data from … Read more

Do you want to improve your metabolism? Doctors say you should do this first thing in the morning

An efficient metabolism is essential to achieve a healthy weight loss with ease, naturally increasing the calories you burn during the day, and allowing you to maintain the necessary deficit to see results faster. The speed of your metabolism is determined by a number of factors from your physical activity to the foods you regularly … Read more