• A boy with antibodies to SARS CoV 2 coronavirus was born in Singapore

    A boy with antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus was born in Singapore

    (ORDO NEWS) — Celine Ng-Chan, a 31-year-old resident of Singapore, gave birth to a child who has been diagnosed with antibodies to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, The Straits Times reported. Ng-Chan fell ill with Covid-19 in March after a family vacation in Europe. At that moment she was in her tenth week of pregnancy. The disease was mild, and the woman was discharged from the hospital after two and a half…

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  • Scientists have found out why people lose their sense of smell with coronavirus

    Coronavirus appeared in the summer of 2019 and not in China

    (ORDO NEWS) — Chinese experts are not going to admit that the coronavirus has spread from the Middle Kingdom. As part of a new study, they suggested that the infection began in India or Bangladesh. The conclusions were drawn by the Shanghai Institute of Biological Sciences. Scientists relied on studies of SARS-CoV-2 strains conducted by 17 countries. According to experts, scientists have previously resorted to traditional tracing of the origin…

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  • The true cause of the coronavirus pandemic

    The true cause of the coronavirus pandemic

    (ORDO NEWS) — German virologist Alexander Kekulé named the true cause of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic on the ZDF TV channel. According to the scientist, in Italy, from where the spread of COVID-19 across Europe and around the world began, they did not take the danger of a new infection seriously. Humanity is currently dealing with the Italian strain SARS-CoV-2, which dominates the Wuhan variety and originated in the north…

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  • Factors that sharply increase the risk of stroke

    Factors that sharply increase the risk of stroke

    (ORDO NEWS) — A stroke can start developing unexpectedly for everyone. This condition is very dangerous and can cause not only paralysis, but also death. The symptoms of the disease develop very quickly and therefore require immediate assistance from specialists. There are many risk factors, and some of them cannot be influenced. In these cases, you can only hope that such a serious problem will not affect you. The first…

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  • Is the world ready for another pandemic

    Where a new pandemic could start: a map of hazardous areas is presented

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists have studied a number of factors that contribute to the spread of certain viruses, and also analyzed the situation in different countries. As a result, a map of potentially dangerous places was created. The mapping was carried out by an international team of researchers. She examined the environmental, social and economic factors that directly influence the spread of disease. As it turned out, the greatest risk…

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    Recognize cancer by eating

    (ORDO NEWS) — Dysphagia may indicate lung cancer. The Roy Castle Foundation warns about this, writes Express. Lung cancer is often detected in advanced stages, when tumor growth creates problems and difficulties in daily life, the material says. Dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing and passing food through the throat, is one such problem. “It can be caused by cancer or infections like thrush,” the foundation explained. With dysphagia, in addition to…

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  • Russia confirms that its Sputnik V vaccine against Covid 19 is 95 effective

    Russia confirms that its Sputnik-V vaccine against Covid-19 is 95% effective

    (ORDO NEWS) — Russia confirmed Tuesday that its “Sputnik-V” vaccine against the emerging corona virus, developed by the “Gamalia” Research Center in Moscow, is 95% effective. A statement issued by the center, the Russian Ministry of Health and the Russian sovereign fund involved in developing the vaccine indicated that these are preliminary results of experiments on volunteers 42 days after the injection of the first dose. However, the number of…

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  • Two new coronaviruses discovered scientists have assessed their danger

    Two new coronaviruses discovered: scientists have assessed their danger

    (ORDO NEWS) — The new study has identified several related strains of the coronavirus. Both infections were found in frozen droppings of horseshoe bats. One infection was obtained from a laboratory in Cambodia, and the second from Japan. The findings of scientists say that the strains found are the first found “relatives” of the coronavirus. After analyzing the infections, experts made it possible to state the fact that Covid-19, too,…

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  • About 500 700 cases of mysterious disease have been identified in Senegal

    About 500-700 cases of “mysterious disease” have been identified in Senegal

    (ORDO NEWS) — In western Senegal, near the capital, Dakar, more than 500 fishermen have been diagnosed with an unknown skin infection, Reuters reported, citing local portal Dakaractu. According to the director of the department for information and education in the field of health, Usman Gueye, men (including adolescents) who were fishing in the same area of ​​the Atlantic Ocean, located between the settlements of Rufisk and Mbour, were quarantined.…

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  • Scientists have explained how to recognize the super spreader of viruses

    Scientists have explained how to recognize the super-spreader of viruses

    (ORDO NEWS) — The work of scientists from the University of Central Florida (UCF) shows how certain physiological characteristics can turn people into super-spreaders of the virus. An article about this was published in the Physics of Fluids edition. In their study, scientists from the UCF Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering used computer models to simulate sneezing in different people. Based on the data they obtained, they determined the…

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  • Bill Gates not entirely happy coronavirus outlook

    Bill Gates’ not entirely happy coronavirus outlook

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the next six months, we should not expect an improvement in the situation with the coronavirus. The news about the disease will soon be extremely bad. The not-so-happy prediction regarding COVID-19 comes from Microsoft founder Bill Gates. He stated that in cold weather, the virus begins to multiply at an incredible rate. At the same time, people will spend more time indoors, which will not have…

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    Over 100 people contract an unknown disease in Senegal

    (ORDO NEWS) — More than 100 fishermen have contracted an unknown disease in western Senegal, according to local newspaper Dakaractu. The outbreak is located between the port cities of Rufisk and Mbour, near the capital of the country, Dakar. The sick have skin rashes in the form of scabs. It is assumed that the source of the unknown disease is on the high seas, since only fishermen who went fishing…

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    Mysterious virus: did covid-19 really come from Wuhan?

    (ORDO NEWS) — WHO has created a group of “virological detectives” whose goal is to find out where the sars-cov-2 virus came from. If earlier it was believed that people got the disease from bats in Wuhan, China, now scientists have doubted this. One of the prerequisites is large-scale outbreaks of infection on European mink farms. Where did the sars-cov-2 virus that causes covid-19 disease actually come from? WHO has…

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  • A third of e cigarette smokers have lung damage

    A third of e-cigarette smokers have lung damage

    (ORDO NEWS) — The widespread use of vaping has led to an epidemic of lung disease and a string of deaths in the United States. Vaping, contrary to advertising claims, is no less harmful than traditional tobacco products. By their nature, doctors say, the changes in the lungs were similar to the toxic effects of prolonged inhalation of toxic substances. One in three e-cigarette smokers develop lung or airway damage.…

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  • Scientists have found a natural product that kills coronavirus

    Scientists have found a natural product that kills coronavirus

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists at the Institute of Molecular Virology at the University of Ulm Medical Center in Germany have discovered a herbal product that is capable of suppressing coronavirus infection by up to 97%, according to an article published in the online publication bioRxiv. German scientists have discovered a natural product capable of suppressing up to 97% of coronavirus infection in the body. The findings of experts from the…

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  • The main cause of cardiovascular diseases

    The main cause of cardiovascular diseases

    (ORDO NEWS) — It is projected that by 2045 there will be 700 million people with type 2 diabetes. The disease doubles the risk of problems with the cardiovascular system – heart failure and seizures. However, there is also a more harmless factor that undermines health. Diabetes and cardiovascular disease have one thing in common: they occur when you are overweight. Absolutely all doctors advise patients to lose weight, but…

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  • Cause gastritis and ulcers foods that should not be eaten for breakfast

    Cause gastritis and ulcers: foods that should not be eaten for breakfast

    (ORDO NEWS) — Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, so you need to choose your food responsibly. The overall well-being and health of the whole organism depends on breakfast. A huge number of products have a very valuable composition, but experts do not recommend using them for breakfast. Doctors have identified foods that are very often consumed in the morning, but they should be discarded, because…

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  • How will global warming affect the worlds population

    How will global warming affect the world’s population?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Global warming is one of the most discussed natural phenomena in the scientific community. Since 1850, every decade the average air temperature on our planet has been increasing. This leads to the melting of glaciers, which causes the ocean level to rise. Many species of plants and animals cannot get used to the new environment and are dying out. There are more deserts on the surface of…

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    WHO doctors warned of measles return

    (ORDO NEWS) — The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a joint statement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the measles situation. At the end of 2019, this highly contagious and dangerous viral disease affected more than 870 thousand people worldwide and led to the death of over 207 thousand. A few years ago, these numbers were half that, but they have become a record since…

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    The real danger of 5G to people

    (ORDO NEWS) — Experts in the aviation industry have named the real danger of 5G communication networks, which can lead to numerous deaths. Reported by The Sun. For example, according to the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA), which advises the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States, the operation of 5G towers at a certain frequency can interfere with radar altimeters on liners that use a frequency of…

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    How GMOs pollute our bodies

    (ORDO NEWS) — We are what we eat. This applies to all foods, including genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The more often we consume GMOs, the higher the risk of transgenic contamination. It is believed that all food entering our body is fragmented into bricks, from which the body builds itself according to its program. Therefore, GMOs cannot do any harm. However, some scientists believe that this is real. Altered DNA from GMOs can also…

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  • Is all uranium dangerous to humans

    Is all uranium dangerous to humans?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Uranium is one of the most mysterious chemical elements. It contains so much energy that a small piece of this metal is equal in power to one ton of oil. It is because of this that uranium has been used as a nuclear fuel in nuclear power plants for many years. Opened but were not afraid Many people think that uranium is a radioactive and dangerous substance.…

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  • Arthritis drug protects the body from superbugs

    Arthritis drug protects the body from superbugs

    (ORDO NEWS) — Biologists have found, that there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis can also be used for the suppression of bacterial resistance to antibiotics. Many bacteria pathogenic for humans today have adapted to even the most powerful antibiotics. Now researchers have found a way to increase the activity of one of the antibiotic groups. In this, the scientists, oddly enough, helped the drug against rheumatoid arthritis. Resistance (resistance)…

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  • WHO calls on the world to prepare immediately for a new pandemic

    WHO calls on the world to prepare immediately for a new pandemic

    (ORDO NEWS) — WHO has warned the whole world about a completely new threat that could soon befall humanity. It was also added that the coronavirus pandemic once again recalls how important it is to strengthen health care in absolutely every country. In addition, experts urged people to start preparing for a new pandemic, which may well break out in the near future. On November 6, a statement appeared on…

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  • Why does the normal body temperature of people decrease

    Why does the normal body temperature of people decrease?

    (ORDO NEWS) — The normal body temperature is known to be 36.6 ° C. But research shows that in different populations, this value gradually decreases over the centuries. Is this normal? For two centuries, the body temperature of Europeans has dropped by 0.4 degrees. Why is this happening and is it normal, we will tell in our article Body temperature is one of the most important indicators that can say…

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  • The homeland of the coronavirus is not China

    Coronavirus causes harmful antibodies?

    (ORDO NEWS) — One small study found that severe and critical patients with COVID-19 produce autoantibodies that target a person, not a virus. Another study offers hope that influenza vaccines somehow protect against coronavirus. And an Italian physicist talks about a misunderstanding of statistics. To stop the infection, the immune system produces antibodies to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It seems that this mechanism is malfunctioning, and often: after COVID-19, antibodies are…

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  • Bird flu outbreak recorded in Japan

    Bird flu outbreak recorded in Japan

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Japanese authorities recorded an outbreak of bird flu in the city of Mitoyo, Kagawa Prefecture in the southwest of the country. In this regard, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga ordered the responsible ministries to urge poultry traders to be very vigilant, collect data on the spot, and also quickly take measures to prevent the epidemic. According to Kyodo, Kagawa Prefecture authorities will soon open a headquarters…

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  • Denmark to kill all minks to fight coronavirus

    Denmark to kill all minks to fight coronavirus

    (ORDO NEWS) — All minks on Danish fur farms will be destroyed. This decision was made by the country’s authorities after the discovery of a mutated infection in these animals, which spreads to humans and weakens the ability to form antibodies. The decision was announced at a press conference at the Prime Minister’s Office. “Currently, 12 people with a mutated virus have been registered. Decisive action is needed to stop…

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  • Pandemic winners and losers

    Pandemic: winners and losers

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Economist magazine’s experts say the pandemic has increased inequality in the global economy. And this inequality could grow further. China, according to the magazine’s experts, is emerging from the pandemic in the strongest positions. The worst of all is in Europe. The fate of America, however, remains in question. British experts state that back in February, the coronavirus pandemic dealt a severe blow to the world…

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  • COVID 19 patients experience strange brain abnormalities

    COVID-19 patients experience strange brain abnormalities

    (ORDO NEWS) — Having studied the results of hundreds of encephalograms of patients suffering from coronavirus, doctors revealed a very unpleasant pattern – many of them developed brain pathologies. COVID-19 continues to “delight” us with side effects, from which even those who have successfully defeated the disease suffer Among the many serious symptoms of COVID-19, the strange neurological effects that many patients experience are considered perhaps the most mysterious. The…

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    Can wearing glasses protect against coronavirus?

    (ORDO NEWS) — This week, information appeared on the Web that glasses can several times reduce the risk of contracting the coronavirus COVID-19. This was stated by Sergey Netesov, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Bionanotechnology, Microbiology and Virology at NSU, citing research by Chinese scientists. Indeed, when researchers in China analyzed data from hospitals on coronavirus patients, they noticed a strange trend: very few of the…

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  • Can a brain grown in a laboratory be conscious

    Can a brain grown in a laboratory be conscious?

    (ORDO NEWS) — According to some neuroscientists, human-made organelles are capable of experiencing “endless horror” at the realization that they exist separately from the body. And this needs to be stopped urgently. Some experiments have prompted scientists to ask the following questions: can groups of cells be intelligent? What about the brain separated from the body? And if yes, how will scientists know about it? In the laboratory of Alysson…

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  • One of the worlds oldest cancer victims found in China

    One of the world’s oldest cancer victims found in China

    (ORDO NEWS) — An international team of researchers has found one of the earliest examples of cancer in East Asia. This could potentially help professionals better understand the disease, which is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. The remains belonged to a person from the Qijia culture, which was transitional from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age. The Qijia people were engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. The…

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