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    The truth and myths of healthy eating

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Despite the fact that all her childhood, Angela Moreno hated vegetables and wanted to become a veterinarian, she became a nutritionist. Angela was educated with a degree in Food Production Technology and works as a nutritionist. She admits that the training itself did not arouse her real interest in work and research. Her first clients really inspired her: she realized that she needed to constantly…

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    Why you should not drink liquid from canned food?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Nutritionists advise adding a bit of everything to the food list, for example, fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, legumes, eggs, meat, fish … However, you can safely not buy canned goods. As nutritionist Fatima Japón notes, “They have a long shelf life of one to six years. Therefore, now, when it is difficult to leave home every day, canned food is a good option.…

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    Re-profiling existing drugs will help?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Switzerland remains one of the largest foci of the Covid-19 epidemic, with Swiss experts, scientists, and biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies playing a leading role in global efforts to develop cures or even vaccines for coronavirus infection. “The scientific community has responded much more effectively to the Covid-19 epidemic than it used to to the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS),” said recently Francesco Stellacci,…

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    Is coronavirus transmitted through the air?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Since it became known that the new coronavirus is rapidly spreading among people, scientists have been trying to find out if it is transported by air. Health officials say that the virus is transmitted only by drip, with coughing and sneezing – both directly and on objects. However, some say there is preliminary evidence that the virus can be transmitted through the air, that is,…

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    Big difference between coronavirus and flu is called

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — During the flu epidemic, most people have immunity, which helps stop the spread of the disease, said Abigail Carlson, a specialist at the University of Washington in St. Louis, to Business Insider. At the same time, humanity does not have herd immunity against coronavirus, he noted. Carlson stressed that because of this, a huge number of people can become infected with this virus. According to…

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  • Photo of Germany has the lowest coronavirus mortality rate: how, why?

    Germany has the lowest coronavirus mortality rate: how, why?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Germany ranks fourth in the world in the number of coronavirus infected. Moreover, the mortality rate there is one of the lowest in Europe – just over one percent. Germany not only copes with the epidemic within the country, but also receives patients from neighboring states. What is the secret of the successful struggle of the Germans with COVID-19? In the war against coronavirus, Germany…

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    First coronavirus vaccine test results

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — American doctors announced the results of the first preclinical trials of the classic vaccine for the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. In a paper published in the journal EBioMedicine, scientists were guided by their experience in combating SARS and MERS viruses. “Both of these pathogens are close relatives of SARS-CoV-2, and their study showed that one of the proteins of their membrane, S-protein, is important for the…

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    Air pollution has been linked to the risk of dementia in the elderly

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Swedish scientists have found that air pollution can affect dementia in older people. At the same time, heart failure and coronary heart disease increase the risks of dementia. The study published the scientific journal JAMA Neurology. Experts believe that airborne microscopic particulate matter ranging in size from 10 nm to 2.5 microns can threaten the body. The fact is that due to their small size,…

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    First coronavirus vaccine test results published

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — American doctors conducted the first preclinical trials of a new type of classical coronavirus vaccine. She successfully forced laboratory mice to produce antibodies to SARS-CoV-2. Test results published by the scientific journal EBioMedicine. “We already had experience working with SARS SARS viruses and Middle Eastern fever MERS. Both of these pathogens are relatives of SARS-CoV-2, and their study showed that one of the envelope proteins,…

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  • Photo of Russia launched the supply of drugs against coronavirus

    Russia launched the supply of drugs against coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) establishes the supply of drugs and equipment for the fight against coronavirus to Russia, the first consignments of medical goods came from China and Japan. The coronavirus pandemic is a challenge for the whole world, and it can only be answered through comprehensive international cooperation, including with the RDIF. The fund has a network of partners in 18 countries,…

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    Coronavirus is dangerous for middle-aged people

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — As the analysis showed, the overall mortality rate for confirmed cases was 1.38%, and this indicator increases depending on age – from 0.0016% in patients up to 10 years of age to 7.8% in patients from 80 years of age and older. The study showed that only 0.04% of patients aged 10 to 19 years were shown inpatient treatment. Meanwhile, more than 18% of patients…

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  • Photo of WHO expert spoke of lemon and ginger against coronavirus

    WHO expert spoke of lemon and ginger against coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Ginger and lemon can be used to maintain health, but the therapeutic effect of these products against coronavirus infection COVID-19 has not been proven, Michael Ryan, director of the WHO emergency health program, said at a briefing in Geneva. “Everything that helps us feel better, everything that gives confidence and everything that you think is not dangerous can certainly have a positive effect on health.…

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    Key symptoms of coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Loss of smell and taste are key signs of coronavirus infection. This conclusion was made by scientists from King’s College in London. According to experts, in 59 percent of patients with these symptoms, the coronavirus test was positive. Moreover, this indicator was more accurate for determining coronavirus than elevated temperature. Scientists point out that, in combination with other symptoms in people with a loss of…

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    Scientists rated risk of death from coronavirus by age

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists at the British Medical Research Council have found that the likelihood of hospitalization and death with COVID-19 disease increases with age. The results are published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Specialists analyzed official February data on cases of coronavirus infection in China and another 37 countries. They divided the infected into groups depending on age and derived the mortality rate of the virus. As…

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    Coronavirus is sexually transmitted, says Russia

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Coronavirus is sexually transmitted, but this route of infection is not the main one, said Dmitry Pushkar , chief urologist at the Russian Ministry of Health. “Coronavirus is transmitted sexually, of course, but we understand that if rapprochement begins, then the sexual route is not the most important. Although, of course, you also need to think about it, especially when you are in quarantine,” Pushkar…

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    Have vaccines effect on coronavirus?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — An epidemiological study reveals the correlation between the universal BCG vaccination policy against tuberculosis and the reduction in morbidity and mortality linked to Covid19. — Online: Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions. Contact us: [email protected] The article is written and prepared by our foreign editors from different countries around the world – material edited and published by Ordo News staff in our…

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    New easy way to reduce irregular heartbeat problems

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Instead of contracting to pump blood and then relaxing, a-fib causes the upper chambers of the heart (the atria) to quiver. This allows blood to pool in the heart, which can cause a blood clot, Knowridge. — Online: Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions. Contact us: [email protected] The article is written and prepared by our foreign editors from different countries around the…

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  • Photo of WHO explains cessation of COVID-19 cure recovery

    WHO explains cessation of COVID-19 cure recovery

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The World Health Organization has ceased to publish information on the number of people who have recovered from COVID-19 in the world, because not all countries provide it, explained WHO spokesman Tarik Lazarevich. “With regard to cases of recovery outside of China , we do not have single data from various sources about how many officially confirmed cases of recovery from COVID-19, because not all…

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    Scientists have found a new way to treat coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — When treating new patients with coronavirus, blood transfusion from already ill people can help, writes the South China Morning Post, citing the University of Hong Kong. Experts conducted an experiment on Syrian golden hamsters, whose ACE2 protein is similar to human. According to scientists, it is through him that the coronavirus penetrates the body. Researchers implanted rodents with SARS-COV-2 and then recovered survivors whose antibodies…

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    Coronavirus patients remain contagious even after recovery

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — A new study by Chinese scientists showed that people who are cured of coronavirus can continue to spread the virus. In this regard, experts call for an extension of quarantine for those who are discharged from hospitals. About half of the people who had mild coronavirus continued to infect others after the doctors recognized them as healthy. As it turned out, virus particles are stored…

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