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Virus as a stimulus for an immune response. According to research from Yale University, a cold can beat the flu in ROZHLAS

Influenza can be prevented by rhinovirus, one of the causes of colds or runny nose. This shows new research from a hospital that is part of Yale University. The immune response caused by rhinovirus lasted for at least 3 to 5 days, and in most patients it stopped the flu infection completely. Washington 19:47 September 12, 2020 Share on Facebook …

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The severe course of coronavirus is caused by a substance in the body. Researchers have identified her as the culprit

Experts talk about a human peptide (a compound of organic origin that is formed by combining several amino acids) called bradykinin. It usually helps regulate blood pressure. However, in the case of infected people, the virus seems to increase the production of this substance, which can cause a subsequent storm in the body. “Such a storm could explain why women, …

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Slovaks discovered Achilles heel in coronavirus. Their vaccine is aimed at her and it works

According to these reports, the vaccine elicited a high concentration of antibodies in the mice, which completely neutralized live viruses. At the same time, no side effects were observed in vaccinated mice. Thus, vaccine development can continue to clinical trials in the first phase. In developing the ACvac1 vaccine, the company used the same peptide vaccine technology platform as Alzheimer’s …

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Researchers have mapped ten million stars. Now they have handed down a judgment on extraterrestrial life

“It’s not disappointing,” said astronomers Chenoa Tremblay and Steven Tingay of Curtin University at the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research. According to them, research has shown how the search for extraterrestrial intelligence can become part of other astrophysical observations. The researchers published their findings in the professional title Astronomical Society of Australia. Finding a mark on an extraterrestrial civilization …

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1164 infected: Hospital manages it, says doctor Balík. Prymula haunts

In the Czech Republic, more than 1,100 new infections were added in a single day. Professor Roman Prymula warns that the Czech Republic is on the verge of exponential growth. And Prymula is not the only expert to utter warning words. According to Martin Balík, chief physician of the Department of Anesthesiology, Resuscitation and Intensive Care at Prague University, the …

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Researchers have conducted an extensive search for extraterrestrial life. They searched for 10 million stars and found nothing – ČT24 – Czech TV

Astronomers have used the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope to look at extraterrestrial life a hundred times more accurately than ever before. The results were published in the journal Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia. They found no trace of the signals from intelligent civilizations. According to Steven Tingay, who led the research, the telescope was looking for strong …

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Wrinkles on the forehead not only have to be an aesthetic problem, they can also indicate heart disease

“Wrinkles can be an indicator of risk factors, such as high cholesterol or high blood pressure,” explains Yolande Esquirol from a university hospital in Toulouse, southern France. Researchers do not yet know the exact reason why this is the case, but have come up with the theory that the issue is related to atherosclerosis and hardening of the arteries. Atherosclerosis …

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Pocovidic syndrome can seriously damage children’s hearts, according to an analysis of hundreds of cases – ČT24 – Czech Television

Research on the syndrome has shown that it occurs in seemingly healthy children without warning about three to four weeks after they have been infected without symptoms, says neonatologist Alvaro Moreira, who participated in the study. “According to the literature, children may not develop the classic symptoms of covid-19 associated with the upper respiratory tract, and yet they develop MIS-C,” …

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