‘A person who is not sick and not affected by the epidemic can fast’

Emphasizing that the most important factor in the fight against Kovid-19 is the immune system, experts point out that food consumption is also important in this regard. In this process, especially with the arrival of Ramadan, the foods that will strengthen immunity should be preferred more, Preventive Health Specialist Prof. Dr. Oğuz Özyaral made suggestions. Stating that many people are indecisive about fasting due to the pandemic, Prof. Dr. Özyaral said, “It is not a…

"‘A person who is not sick and not affected by the epidemic can fast’"

Research: Women under 50 are more affected by Long Covid – Health News

According to the research conducted in England, it was announced that women under 50 were most affected by long covid. The study, managed by the universities of Leicester and Loughborough, but has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed journal, evaluated 1,7 patients. According to the study funded by the UK government of £ 20 million, it was stated that women under the age of 50 are more likely to get ‘long Covid’ than women…

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The pandemic has adversely affected the musculoskeletal system!

gave | Monday, March 15, 2021 – 13:29 | Last Updated: 15 03 2021 – 13:29 As we left the first year of the pandemic behind, the physical health of people whose work and life balance intertwined were affected in this process. Lecturer from the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. See. Imge Nas drew attention to the negative effect of the lack of physical activity experienced with restrictions on people’s muscular and skeletal health…

"The pandemic has adversely affected the musculoskeletal system!"

Scientists have explained: Why are children less affected by Covid-19?

Australian scientists examined the effects of the corona virus in children. Researchers explained that their children are less likely to catch Covid-19 and infect others because the epithelial tissue cells in the nose, where ACE2 receptors are produced, are less active. Scientists from the University of Quensland in Australia announced that children younger than 10 years old are less susceptible to Covid-19 infection and symptoms than adults. As part of the study, the researchers compared…

"Scientists have explained: Why are children less affected by Covid-19?"