20 March 2021 Saturday – 13:57 | Last Updated: 20 03 2021 – 13:57 Kayseri Provincial Health Director Ali Ramazan Benli said that the number of cases among healthcare workers who had coronavirus vaccine in the city decreased by 90 percent and said, “This shows that the vaccine is really protective. Provincial Health Director Ali Ramazan Benli said, “Our country is among the top 5 countries in the world in vaccination. This is a proud…"Case rate decreased by 90 percent in healthcare professionals who had vaccines"
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 – 14:11 | Last Updated: 17 03 2021 – 14:11 of drugs known as gastric protective in Turkey very often, unnecessary and prolonged use, indicating that the Department of Gastroenterology Assoc. Dr. Bülent Yaşar said, “Although they are generally considered safe, acid-suppressing drugs can lead to a decrease in bone density and fractures, intestinal and lung infections, magnesium and vitamin B12 deficiencies in high doses for more than 1 year.” Gastroenterology…"Stomach-sparing drugs can lead to decreased bone density and fractures"
Research conducted by the Barcelona Institute of Global Health (ISGlobal) revealed that the decline in global warming also reduced the spread of malaria. Researchers examining the disease records in the high hills of Oromiya state of Ethiopia observed that the spread of malaria also slowed between 1998 and 2005, when global warming decreased. In the region where two types of malaria were seen and all case records were taken, the fact that no large-scale measures…"Malaria spread decreased as global warming slowed"
Saturday, February 20, 2021 – 12:50 | Last Updated: 20 02 2021 – 12:50 The measures taken within the scope of combating the coronavirus epidemic reduced respiratory tract infections. Assoc. Dr. Jülide Ergil, “Previously, 20 of our 100 patients applied to intensive care units due to influenza or complications brought about by influenza. But now this number is 1 or 2. I think that people with influenza will not travel without a mask from now…"The coronavirus measures worked! Hospitalizations due to flu decreased!"
Psychiatrist Dr. Dilek Sarıkaya, faculty member, made an assessment about the sexual life affected by the pandemic process. Saying that the pandemic process affects life in many ways, including changes in normal routine, work, travel, and socializing skills, Dr. Dilek Sarıkaya noted that many people feel bored, scared and sad during this process. STRESS REDUCES SEXUAL WANTED Explaining that this situation naturally manifests itself in the sexual behaviors, interests, relationships and even in their bodies,…"What are the reasons for decreased sexual desire? Ways to increase sexual desire in men and women!"