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First Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Tested in 3 Months

2019 Coronavirus Epidemic
The first experimental coronavirus vaccine could be tested in 3 months by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) Department of Allergy and Infectious Disease, suggested in an interview with Jama that his...

The Number of Deaths Caused by the Coronavirus Epidemic in China Rises to 132

The number of deaths in China from the 2019-nCoV coronavirus epidemic has risen to 132, health officials announced on Wednesday, and nearly 1,500 additional cases have been recorded. In a statement, the National Health Commission said that 5,974 people in the country have been infected...

The Signs of Parkinson’s Disease Are Visible From Birth According to Study

Man with Parkinson's
Researchers at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center have discovered two important defects that occur early in the lives of patients with Parkinson's disease. About 6.3 million people worldwide suffer from Parkinson's disease. Although this degenerative disease mainly affects people aged 60 years and older, it affects...

Coronavirus: These Are the Signs You Should Be Looking for

Flu Virus
Knowledge of the symptoms of the coronavirus is essential to take quick action and contain the spread of the virus. For several weeks now, the coronavirus has been a cause for concern on several continents. The virus, which is believed to have originated in the...

Drinking and Smoking During Pregnancy Increases Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome by a Factor of 12

Mother and Baby
Drinking and smoking during pregnancy can increase the risk of sudden infant death by a factor of 12, the leading cause of death in the US for children under the age of one. Every woman knows that drinking and smoking are not recommended during pregnancy....

Coronavirus in China: 40 Million People and Entire Cities Quarantined

For the time being, the WHO does not yet consider this to be a global threat, despite the huge quarantine. Only a few hours after the quarantine of Wuhan and its 11 million inhabitants, on the morning of Thursday 23 January, there was a shortage:...

75% of Women Shave Their Pubic Area – a Practice That Increases the Risk of Infection

Woman Underwear
According to a new Opinion Way survey, three out of four French women regularly shave their bikini line. But this practice increases the risk of infection, gynecologists warn. Orgasms Lasts Six Seconds for Men and Twenty Seconds for Women A gesture that many women do regularly...

Japanese Study: Taking Public Transport is Better for Longevity and Health

Public Transport
A study in Osaka showed that people who use public transport are healthier than people who come to work by bike or on foot. Those who have only been on a busy metro train for an hour this morning to get to work may find...

Why Do We Gain Weight the Older We Get?

Working can have a negative impact on diet and physical activity, while maternity can increase the BMI for women. Today overweightness and obesity are real public health problems. The number of obesity cases worldwide has almost tripled since 2015. By 2016, more than 1.9 billion...

The US Not in the Top 10 Best Countries to Raise a Child In

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US News has revealed its traditional ranking of countries where it is best to live when you have children. The top 3 countries are European. But no, the US is not even in the top 10. US News has just revealed its ranking of the...