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  • Photo of Top 12 healthy breakfast foods

    Top 12 healthy breakfast foods

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the hustle and bustle of modern life, few of us think about how important breakfast plays for well-being and beauty. It is able not only to provide vital energy for our cells after a night’s sleep, but also to improve the condition of nails, hair, and skin, provide a boost of vigor for a long working day, accelerate metabolism, and remove extra pounds. It is worth…

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  • Photo of Сovid-19 and food (purchase and preparation)

    Сovid-19 and food (purchase and preparation)

    (ORDO NEWS) — There is currently no conclusive evidence that any food or diet can strengthen the immune system and prevent or treat COVID-19. There are several nutrients (copper, folate, iron, selenium, zinc, and vitamins A, B6, B12, C, and D) that play important roles in our immune system. It is generally recommended that you eat a healthy, balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables that allows you to get…

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  • Photo of Why coronavirus affects everyone differently: the doctor gave a clear answer

    Why coronavirus affects everyone differently: the doctor gave a clear answer

    (ORDO NEWS) — Everyone has long known that the consequences of coronavirus infection for each individual can be radically different. Someone will need artificial ventilation of the lungs, and someone will not even know that he is sick, since the only symptoms are a runny nose. An infectious disease doctor of the highest category told why this is happening. Svetlana Kunitsyna, who works at the Kryvyi Rih hospital (Ukraine), noted…

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  • Photo of Scientists found out why people forget their dreams

    Scientists found out why people forget their dreams

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from Australia’s Monash University in Melbourne have found out why people forget their dreams. Zhuan “Popular Mechanics,” tells about the research results. A person spends a third of his life in a state of sleep, but he almost never remembers what he dreamed. This is due to the peculiarities of the work of the brain associated with the processes of falling asleep and waking up. Different…

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  • Photo of Evidence presented that the coronavirus is of artificial origin

    Evidence presented that the coronavirus is of artificial origin

    (ORDO NEWS) — Due to the repression, virologist Yan Limen, along with other scientists, were forced to leave their homeland so as not to be imprisoned. For a very long time, experts have been working on a report on the artificial origin of the coronavirus, which was presented on September 14. The report stored in Zenodo is 26 pages long. It notes that most of the studies that revealed the…

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  • Photo of Harmless habit that provokes serious illness

    Harmless habit that provokes serious illness

    (ORDO NEWS) — Everyone knows that night rest is very important, but not everyone understands what the lack of it can lead to, in addition to fatigue and irritation. Experts from the University of Illinois Chicago have found out what diseases are provoked by lack of sleep and the habit of going to bed late. As part of the study, scientists studied sleep disturbances caused by changes in the daily…

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  • Photo of New study: COVID-19 leads to long-term fatigue

    New study: COVID-19 leads to long-term fatigue

    (ORDO NEWS) — More than half of COVID-19 survivors experienced extreme fatigue after recovery, regardless of the severity of the illness, according to a new study published in the journal medRxiv. Scientists are pushing for more research on the medium and long-term effects of the coronavirus. The study involved 128 patients under the supervision of St James’s Hospital in Ireland. Scientists wanted to find out how people with varying degrees…

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  • Photo of Coronavirus and flu: what happens when they start attacking together

    Coronavirus and flu: what happens when they start attacking together

    (ORDO NEWS) — The flu season is usually from October to April. This time, it completely overlaps with the coronavirus pandemic, which only adds to the problems for officials and healthcare organizations. Experts are already thinking about how to deal with this situation. The measures taken to reduce Covid-19 infection will certainly affect the spread of the flu. However, with every release of restrictions, a hellish mixture can arise. The incidence of coronavirus…

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  • The fastest way to transmit coronavirus

    (ORDO NEWS) — The experts concluded that singing contributes to the transmission of not only coronavirus, but other viruses as well. The reason lies in aerosol particles and droplets that people breathe out while singing. Singing is the worst thing a person can do when surrounded by people. There are already many cases of the spread of Covid-19 due to the singing of choirs. The authorities of a number of…

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  • Photo of Is the world ready for another pandemic?

    Is the world ready for another pandemic?

    (ORDO NEWS) — In 2020, the world has changed and probably forever. The pandemic of the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has had a devastating effect on the way things go. According to experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), world leaders are not doing enough to prepare for the future, possibly even more deadly and devastating pandemics. A new report from the independent WHO and World Bank Global Preparedness Monitoring Board…

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  • Photo of Link found between loneliness and diabetes

    Link found between loneliness and diabetes

    (ORDO NEWS) — British scientists from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, found that loneliness was associated with the development of type 2 diabetes, independently of other known risk factors – including depression. The study involved people over 50 years old, permanently residing in the UK. Scientists assessed the degree of their loneliness using a three-point scale of the University of California at Los Angeles (USA). Participants answered the…

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  • Photo of How covid-19 damages the brain

    How covid-19 damages the brain

    (ORDO NEWS) — At the very beginning of the pandemic, doctors fought to ensure that patients breathe, and the main attention was paid to preventing damage to the lungs and cardiovascular system. But today doctors are sounding the alarm: some patients with COVID-19 have a mental disorder. The worst thing is that scientists do not understand the causes of brain infection. The woman saw lions and monkeys in her house.…

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  • Photo of UN announced the exit of coronavirus out of control

    UN announced the exit of coronavirus out of control

    (ORDO NEWS) — The outbreak of the coronavirus is out of control, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said at a press conference. “The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis unlike any crisis in our lives, and this year’s General Assembly session will be unlike any other,” he added. The Secretary-General noted that soon humanity will overcome the milestone of a million lives lost due to the coronavirus, and called the pandemic “the…

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  • Photo of WHO fears tuberculosis epidemic in Europe

    WHO fears tuberculosis epidemic in Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — The World Health Organization (WHO) is watching with alarm the increase in the number of patients with tuberculosis in Europe and does not rule out an epidemic by the end of the year. This was stated on Wednesday by the WHO representative in Russia, Melita Vujnovich, at an online press conference in TASS on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the epidemic situation with tuberculosis. “We…

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  • Photo of Worse still: WHO downgrades coronavirus pandemic outlook

    Worse still: WHO downgrades coronavirus pandemic outlook

    (ORDO NEWS) — WHO made an emergency statement regarding the development of the coronavirus pandemic. The experts added that in October the situation may become critical and therefore one should not expect the number of cases to decrease soon. WHO staff believes that in October we should expect a new wave of infections, which could be much worse than the previous one. At the same time, experts added that mortality…

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  • Photo of Scientists show striking pictures of cells infected with SARS-CoV-2

    Scientists show striking pictures of cells infected with SARS-CoV-2

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers at the University of North Carolina have published images of cells infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The pictures are of amazing quality. The unique images were created by Camille Ehre and her team from the laboratory of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Images taken with a powerful microscope showed how the SARS-CoV-2 virus multiplies on the surface of cells in the human respiratory…

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  • Photo of What happens if you eat an apple every day?

    What happens if you eat an apple every day?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — To have a healthy body, you need to start small! For example, do not eat monotonous food, do not bring yourself to anorexia, do not be too picky about food. Plus, exercise every day, drink more water, and eat more fruit! Speaking of apples, I’m sure many have tried them. As the saying goes, “whoever eats an apple a day does not visit the doctor,”…

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    The healthiest food in the world

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists have found that almonds are both beneficial to health and help to lose weight and satisfy many of the daily nutritional needs of a person. The article explains the reasons why almonds were recognized as the best food in the world … Foods have different kinds of effects on our bodies. Thanks to the vitamins and minerals in their composition, they play an active…

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  • Photo of Scientists have begun testing a cure for old age

    Scientists have begun testing a cure for old age

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from the Buck Institute for Aging Research (California, USA) have carried out a large-scale study-related (sorry for the tautology) to the aging process. In the course of the work, scientists found that mice that were given supplements of an endogenous metabolite lived longer than other rodents. According to scientists, the results of their work confirm the possibility of slowing aging. The researchers said that the substance…

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  • Photo of US COVID-19 vaccine trial triggers unknown disease

    US COVID-19 vaccine trial triggers unknown disease

    (ORDO NEWS) — Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has announced that trials of a newly developed coronavirus vaccine will soon be suspended due to the discovery of an unknown disease in one of the volunteers. The volunteer lives in the UK and has agreed to participate in the trial. The company said it will take some time to review the safety data it receives and make sure that the vaccine does not…

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  • Photo of “Second Brain” discovered in human body

    “Second Brain” discovered in human body

    (ORDO NEWS) — There are situations when a person makes decisions based not on logic, but on a premonition or instinct. In this regard, scientists from the University of California thought about which organ is responsible for this process, and as a result of the study, they came to the conclusion that a person has a “second brain”. Many are probably familiar with the feeling when from excitement something inside…

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    How to beat stress

    (ORDO NEWS) — As it turned out, it is not so difficult to overcome stress: this does not require sedation and abstraction at all. Only physical activity is required. Scientists at Emory University School of Medicine conducted an experiment on mice, finding that rodents become calmer after running around in a wheel. The mice release the neuropeptide galanin. This feature also exists in humans. The experiment lasted three weeks. The…

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  • Photo of Plague spreads around the world a man infected in California

    Plague spreads around the world a man infected in California

    (ORDO NEWS) — According to the latest reports, in South Lake Tahoe, a local resident caught the bubonic plague when he was bitten by a flea. The incident occurred while walking the dog in the Tahoe Keys area. The American quickly sensed that something was happening to his body. The authorities have already responded: El Dorado County Public Health Officer Nancy Williams urged to be as careful as possible in…

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    Covid-19 appeared in 2012

    (ORDO NEWS) — The coronavirus could have adapted to the human body in China back in 2012. The new version of the infection was presented by virologist Jonathan Latham and biologist Allison Wilson, writes The Sun. The infection of six Chinese people is likely related to work to clean up bat feces from the mine. Virologist Jonathan Latham and biologist Allison Wilson found data according to which a new type…

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  • Photo of Scientists sound the alarm over new threat from coronavirus pandemic

    Scientists sound the alarm over new threat from coronavirus pandemic

    (ORDO NEWS) — Quarantine obliges citizens to stay at home. It would seem that such measures should only be beneficial, but no matter how they are: people began to face obesity en masse, reports the EurekAlert It is important to note that obesity is a consequence of many factors. Extra pounds come when a person is faced with stress, anxiety about the economic crisis and a sedentary lifestyle. All this…

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  • Photo of California to isolate people: the second wave of the pandemic is coming

    California to isolate people: the second wave of the pandemic is coming

    (ORDO NEWS) — A couple of years ago, data appeared on the Web about plastic cameras that FEMA was delivering throughout the country. Conspiracy theorists put forward versions of the terrible events of the future. The coronavirus pandemic has put everything in its place. Recently, a video was published on which you can observe the very cells. At first, it may seem that the cameras are being brought for animals,…

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  • Photo of Scientists find signs of Covid-19 eight years ago

    Scientists find signs of Covid-19 eight years ago

    (ORDO NEWS) — Virologist Jonathan Latham and biologist Allison Wilson found data according to which a new type of coronavirus could be transmitted from a bat to a person back in 2012. This was reported by The Sun newspaper. It is noted that at that time six Chinese miners from Yunnan province cleaned the mine of bat feces for about two weeks, after which they fell ill. The doctor who…

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  • Photo of Doctors have identified a previously unknown symptom of COVID-19

    Doctors have identified a previously unknown symptom of COVID-19

    (ORDO NEWS) — The coronavirus pandemic does not even plan to disappear in the near future, so scientists continue to study it. In the course of large-scale studies on the effect of the virus on the body, it was found that one of the symptoms is hiccups, reports the American Journal of Emergency Medicine. A new symptom, fortunately not dangerous, was revealed by American doctors from the Cook Hospital in…

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  • Photo of Cereal that provokes heart problems

    Cereal that provokes heart problems

    (ORDO NEWS) — Food products determine in many ways the health of the body. An improper diet can cause blood clots to block arteries and cause heart attacks. In most cases, blockage of blood vessels leads to death. To prevent diseases, you should carefully monitor your diet. Scientists have identified cereals that increase the risk of heart attack. So, experts advised not to get carried away with the consumption of…

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    Deadly dangerous products

    (ORDO NEWS) — Research shows that there are foods that, if misused, can cause serious health problems. Some of the foods that are at the top of the FDA’s most dangerous list are eaten almost every day. Tuna This type of fish, which is one of the most widely consumed around the world, is at risk. Especially white tuna, when consumed excessively, can have a negative effect on the development…

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  • Photo of New version of the appearance of the coronavirus has been put forward

    New version of the appearance of the coronavirus has been put forward

    (ORDO NEWS) — The source of the COVID-19 coronavirus could not have been a seafood market in Wuhan, but a mine about 1,600 kilometers away. In 2012, Britain’s The Sun reported that six miners fell ill with a pneumonia-like illness after clearing bat droppings from a mine in Mojiang County in China’s southern Yunnan province for two weeks. The patients had fever, dry cough, limb pain and, in some cases,…

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  • Photo of Robot is created to restore the stomach from the inside

    Robot is created to restore the stomach from the inside

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from Tsinghua University (PRC) have created a robot to help heal damaged stomach walls. Through the endoscope tube, it will enter the stomach and, using 3D printing, repair damaged tissue. It is reported by Biofabrication. The developers have created a miniature robot “Delta” equipped with a special bioprinter that prints living cells. The robot easily passes through the endoscope tube, and reaching the stomach, it unfolds…

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  • Photo of How to lower blood sugar: the most effective ways

    How to lower blood sugar: the most effective ways

    (ORDO NEWS) — Experts have named simple, but at the same time quite effective ways to lower blood sugar levels. The doctors talked about how you can quickly reduce your blood sugar level and at the same time significantly improve your well-being. The methods are suitable not only for diabetics, but also for those whose blood sugar rises only occasionally. Too high sugar levels can be harmful to your health.…

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