Good physical activity seems to limit the risks associated with Covid

People who engage in regular physical activity are less likely to contract Covid-19 and develop a severe form, according to a study published Tuesday, August 23, but it has many limitations. “Regular physical activity is associated with a lower risk of infection” on the corona virus, as well as a better prognosis for “Hospitalizations, severity … Read more

According to a study, taste and smell remain permanently impaired in 5% of patients

According to the study by British Medical JournalSix months after being infected, 2% of patients say they have not regained their sense of taste and 4% their sense of smell. About 5% of people with Covid-19 suffer from a permanent impairment of their sense of smell or taste, estimates a large study published Thursday July … Read more

the second warning extended to pregnant women and persons at risk

On the advice of scientific authorities, the government is extending the administration of a second booster dose in an “epidemiological context that remains of concern”. The government has decided to extend the administration of a second booster dose of the anti-Covid vaccine to pregnant women to those under the age of 60.in danger» and to … Read more

Outbreaks of viruses hidden in the gut that are responsible for the persistence of symptoms?

Long Covid is the late effect of an acute infection with SARS-CoV-2. A long and disabling disease that is difficult for doctors to diagnose due to the wide variety symptoms experienced by patients. The scientific community is looking for biomarkers that could make it easier for doctors to identify people with long Covid. A research … Read more

Do Studies Cited in an Article in Midi Libre Prove the Danger of Messenger RNA Vaccines? – liberation

Question asked by Adrien on June 25, 2022. You are asking us about an article that was published on the website of the on the morning of June 25th Free lunchwhose title was: “Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca: Anti-Covid Vaccines Increase Cardiovascular Risks in Young People.” This has been widely shared on social networks, especially by … Read more

What do we know about the new variants responsible for the resumption of the epidemic?

FOCUS- They originate from South Africa and are derivatives of Omicron named BA.4 and BA.5. “pollution increases, confirmed Olivia Grégoire, government spokeswoman, on June 23 on France Info. We are alert and vigilant.” The day before Emmanuel Macron said “do not rule out new emergency response measures to the epidemic‘, while the validity of the … Read more

Expectations, delays… European airports overwhelmed in summer

Air traffic, which is already under pressure due to the lack of staff at the airports, could be paralyzed this summer with a visitor record for two years. In March, air travel in Europe experienced an unprecedented recovery since the start of the pandemic, with activity returning to two-thirds of pre-Covid levels. Good news in … Read more

The US Food and Drug Administration is restricting access to Johnson & Johnson’s Covid vaccine

The US Food and Drug Administration announced on Thursday that it is restricting Johnson & Johnson’s Covid vaccine to adults who refuse to be vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna because “personal concerns“, as well as for those who, for medical reasons or with limited access, cannot receive an injection of these last two vaccines. The … Read more

a “new wave in Europe at the beginning of summer”?

Published on : 05/05/2022 – 17:15 South Africa is currently experiencing a new wave of Covid-19 contamination. Two new Omicron subvariants, BA.4 and BA.5, are the cause and “appear to be more transmissible” than those currently known, explains epidemiologist Antoine Flahault. Maintenance. Southern Africa is once again the focus of scientific attention on Covid-19. Omicron … Read more