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Global Health warns against combining different vaccines against Corona

The World Health Organization has warned of the dangers of combining vaccines against "Covid-19" produced by different companies. "It's a very dangerous trend. We lack data and evidence when it comes to the issue of combination [vaccines]," WHO chief scientist Somya Swaminathan said during an onl

Cinnamon with cumin speeds up the fat burning process

Obesity is defined as an abnormal and excessive accumulation of fat in the body, which poses a threat to human health, as it is considered one of the most important factors that increase the likelihood of many diseases, such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and others. Although there

Heart inflammation link to Pfizer and Moderna jabs

Heart inflammation is a "very rare" side-effect of the Covid vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna, according to regulators in Europe. The European Medicines Agency said the side-effects were more common in younger men. The medicines safety body said the benefits of Covid

Unexpected benefits of sugar cane for your health

Sugarcane is one of the most important sources of sucrose, and its juice is an ideal choice to rehydrate the body and get rid of fatigue, and here we show you the amazing benefits of sugar cane that you were not aware of: Low-calorie black molasses production. Sugarcane contains the nutrients th

Russian nutritionist dispels common misconceptions about milk

Dr. Alexander Andreev, a Russian nutritionist, dispelled common misconceptions about the benefits and harms of milk. He points out in a television interview, that it is impossible to get the necessary daily amount of calcium from one glass of milk. Because a cup of milk contains 34% of the calciu

Ear buds with loudspeaker to solve hearing problems

The German company “Fibrosonic” developed new ear buds with a built-in loudspeaker has attached directly to the eardrum. The new device proved very effective in solving hearing problems. The German Association for the Hearing Impaired people said about 15 million Germans suffer from

A new country records the death of black fungus

The Guatemalan Ministry of Health announced that it had recorded the first death from the mold fungus known as "black fungus", as doctors linked this case to infection with the Corona virus. Citing an epidemiologist, Edvin Calgoa, the ministry said on Monday that a woman infected with the black f

Global Health: Monitoring the “Delta” strain in about 100 countries

The World Health Organization announced that the delta strain of the Corona virus, which was first seen in India, has been detected in about 100 countries and regions. According to what was reported by China International Television Network (CGTN), Saturday 3-7-2-21, the Secretary-General of the

Aspirin could reduce the risk of death in cancer patients by 20 per cent

A new study indicates that aspirin could reduce the risk of death from breast, colon and prostate cancer by 20%.   Doctors at the British Cardiff University conducted a review of previous observational studies on patients with 18 types of cancer, including breast, colon and prostate cancer

How do we treat migraine with nutrition?

American scientists have proven that a diet containing a high percentage of fatty fish and a specific percentage of vegetable oils reduces the severity of migraine headaches that many suffer from.The BMJ notes that migraine is a common chronic neurological disease. According to estimates by expert

Eating it in excess causes strokes and cancer

A Russian doctor, Alexander Myasnikov, explained that excessive salt intake can cause cancer and strokes. And according to what “Myasnikov” said: The permissible daily amount for consumption is only 5 grams, while consuming 12 grams of table salt, and people who suffer from blood pres

Sinovac vaccine causes strong immune response in children

Two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Chinese company Sinovac provoke a strong immune response among children, a new study indicates. A clinical trial of 550 young people aged 3 to 17 was published in Britain’s The Lancet medical journal on Monday. It found more than 96

COVID-19 Delta variant gaining traction in France — minister

The Delta variant of COVID-19 (coronavirus) first found in India now represents some 20 percent of COVID-19 cases in France, French health minister Olivier Veran told France Info radio, up from last week’s estimate of it representing 9-10 percent of cases. “The Delta variant now accou

Oxford COVID vaccine produces strong immune response from booster shot - study

A third shot of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine produces a strong immune response, researchers said on Monday, adding there was not yet evidence that such shots were needed, especially given shortages in some countries.The Oxford University study found that a third dose of the vaccine incr

How to use grape seed oil to treat acne

Grape seed oil is characterized by being light and suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin prone to acne, and its benefits make it a topical treatment to solve various skin problems. Here is how to use grape seed oil to treat acne. First method Put drops of grape seed oil in the pa

Experimental blood test can detect more than 50 cancers early

A blood test capable of detecting more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear will soon be used to screen for the disease, oncology scientists announced on Friday. The Grail system, developed in the US, will be piloted in England in the autumn after positive assessments of its accura

Diet for girls to burn belly fat

Girls, especially at the age of twenty, want to follow a diet that burns belly fat in a few days without being at risk. So here are the most prominent diet to burn belly fat in 5 days. Dieting rules Focuses on the need to eat vegetables, especially during breakfast. You should stop eating ready

What is the Delta variant of coronavirus with K417N mutation?

India said on Wednesday it has found around 40 cases of the Delta coronavirus variant carrying a mutation that appears to make it more transmissible, and advised states to increase testing.The variant, called "Delta Plus" in India, was first reported in a Public Health England bulletin on June 11.