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No, Covid-19 vaccines do not change a person's blood type, experts say

No, Covid-19 vaccines do not change a person’s blood type, experts say

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. Reproduction rights reserved. There is no indication that anti-Covid vaccines change the rhesus or the blood group of vaccinated people, explain specialists, contrary to what a voice note shared several hundred times since mid-July on social networks asserts. This phenomenon has never been observed by blood collection establishments and doctors interviewed by …

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Gay community demands monkeypox vaccines from Confederacy

Gay community demands monkeypox vaccines from Confederacy

Faced with the outbreak of monkeypox, the WHO on Wednesday advised the group most affected by the disease – men who have sex with men – to reduce the number of sexual partners. In Switzerland, the gay community is asking the Confederation to make the vaccine available. The best way to protect yourself “is to …

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Epidemic: Everything you need to know about monkeypox: symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, vaccines

Epidemic: Everything you need to know about monkeypox: symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, vaccines

Posted26 July 2022, 07:48 Epidemic: Everything you need to know about monkeypox: symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, vaccines The current outbreak of monkeypox has now become a major health threat, since the maximum alert triggered on Saturday by the head of the World Health Organization to try to contain it. Here is an overview of the symptoms …

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AI produces proteins that could be used in vaccines or drugs

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence that uses algorithms to solve problems or create new molecules — like proteins. Last year, DeepMind used its AI to predict the shapes of almost any protein, to better understand their function and hopefully develop more …

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Anti-Covid vaccines: menstrual disorders confirmed in the USA

Health authorities stubbornly ignore the deleterious effects of vaccines and advocate a 4ᵉ dose. While a new study establishes a direct link with menstrual disorders, as revealed here, Jean-Marc Sabatier * in December 2021. Vaccination (Pixnio) The High Authority for Health (HAS) has been recommending since July 13, 2022 a fourth dose of anti-Covid vaccine …

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Nice: vaccines will soon be available to fight the monkeypox epidemic

Nice: vaccines will soon be available to fight the monkeypox epidemic

Since July 8, the High Authority for Health (HAS) has been recommending vaccination to groups of people most exposed to the monkeypox virus. In the Alpes-Maritimes, it will be offered from July 18 at the Nice University Hospital. Already 47 cases of monkey pox have been identified in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur in mid-July. The epidemic that …

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Nurses, pharmacists and midwives will be able to administer most vaccines from the age of two

On June 23, 2022, the College of the High Authority for Health (HAS) validated a set of good practice recommendations relating to the “broadening of the vaccination skills of nurses, pharmacists and midwives”. They were posted online on June 28, 2022. These recommendations are presented in two parts. The first component concerns people over 16 …

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Urgent call for better use of existing vaccines and development of new vaccines to fight antimicrobial resistance

Urgent call for better use of existing vaccines and development of new vaccines to fight antimicrobial resistance

The World Health Organization (WHO) today released the first-ever report on the pipeline of vaccine development against infections caused by antimicrobial resistant bacteria. The WHO analysis draws attention to the need to accelerate trials of such vaccines in their later stages of development and to increase the use of existing vaccines as much as possible. …

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Health: How the biological clock can indicate the best time to take medicine and vaccines - BBC News BBC Homepage

Health: How the biological clock can indicate the best time to take medicine and vaccines – BBC News BBC Homepage

Photo credit, Getty Images image caption, Medicines displayed on spoons around a clock 45 minutes ago The biological clock dictates the rhythm of our body – and it is not for nothing that we have to watch it. There is growing scientific evidence that it can tell the best times of day to take care …

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Covid misinformation casts doubt on all vaccines

Covid misinformation casts doubt on all vaccines

As misinformation about Covid-19 continues to flourish, more parents in the United States are wondering if other vaccines are really necessary for their children. And more and more adults prefer to do without injections, even those whose safety has long been proven. Social media helped create a coalition of anti-vaccines, libertarians and conservative politicians. (archives) …

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