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I was called a killer for warning about the misdeeds of the lockdown

I was called a killer for warning about the misdeeds of the lockdown

During the pandemic, I wrote an article for this newspaper entitled “Why can’t only one of these endless press conferences be devoted to non-Covid diseases?” Perhaps naively, I thought this might be a suggestion the government would accept. Virtually free, an uncontroversial topic, and very few inconveniences: why wouldn’t they, I thought? The idea received …

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West Nile virus cases are skyrocketing in Italy.  Should we be worried?

What we know about the rise in West Nile virus deaths and cases in Italy

Mosquitoes are known to be the bane of the Italian summer, as the hottest and most humid months of the year bring an abundance of pests at all times of the day. But Italians are less prepared to deal with the threat of mosquitoes potentially carrying West Nile virus (WNV), a disease native to Africa, …

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The growing popularity of anal sex has led to health issues for women

Women in the UK are suffering and suffering from other health problems due to the growing popularity of anal sex among heterosexual couples, two NHS surgeons have warned. Consequences include incontinence and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) as well as pain and bleeding because they suffered bodily trauma while practicing, doctors write in an article in …

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Warning to millions of people with eczema about increased risk of major viral illness

Warning to millions of people with eczema about increased risk of major viral illness

MILLIONS of people with eczema have been warned they are at risk of contracting a virus of global concern. Around one in 10 adults in the UK suffer from eczema and one in five children, according to charities. 2 The woman’s hand had a red, itchy rash, so she scratched it from an insect bite …

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The United States becomes the first country to eclipse 10,000 confirmed cases of monkeypox on Wednesday when another 900 cases were added to the ledger

Monkeypox vaccine maker Bavarian Nordic says it opposes shot separation plans

The United States eclipsed 10,000 confirmed cases of monkeypox after 900 cases were added to the ledger on Wednesday. The growing outbreak has left officials scrambling – even considering splitting vaccine doses into fifths despite little evidence the shots will remain effective. The 900 recorded cases was the third highest one-day total since the outbreak …

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Polio return exposes madness of mass Covid vaccination for children

Polio return exposes madness of mass Covid vaccination for children

I turned 72 last week, which means I barely remember my parents’ anxiety every summer about regular polio outbreaks in the UK. Several hundred children die every year. Many survivors needed long-term treatment in “iron lungs”, the first types of respirators, because their survivors were too weak to breathe through their own muscles. Some permanent …

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Sound Plus body electrical stimulation has potential to treat chronic pain

Summary: Combining electrical stimulation with sounds that activate the somatosensory cortex could help relieve people with chronic pain and other neurological conditions. Source: University of Minnesota A team led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has found that electrical stimulation of the body combined with sound activates the brain’s somatosensory or “tactile” cortex, increasing …

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Researchers have found that fabimycin - an antibiotic that has yet to be approved - works against infections caused by 300 types of gram-negative bacteria (pictured)

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria: New drug can fight 300 different types of superbugs

Is the end of superbugs in sight? A new drug can fight 300 different types of antibiotic-resistant bacteria New drug appears to kill resistant bacteria that cause pneumonia and UTIs Infections are usually nearly impossible to treat due to antibiotic resistance Researchers say the drug could one day be used to treat infections in humans …

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