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Intensive agriculture promotes the emergence of pandemics

Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: authors defend land use that takes into account global health (photo: AFP / ANTONIO SCORZA) Agriculture is an important activity for people to survive, as they are largely responsible for food. Although important to society, the cultivation of food, if it expands further, may be one of the factors responsible for the emergence of deadly …

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UFPR professor who has studied Ivermectin for 25 years warns of a serious warning about the use of Covid-19

The risks of the combination, still little studied, of ivermectin with continuous-use drugs and the massive use of antiparasitic drugs against Covid-19 are among the warnings from the editorial comment signed by Professor Marcelo Beltrão Molento, from the Department of Veterinary Medicine at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR ), in the latest volume “One Health”, by Elsevier. The drug …

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Foz do Iguaçu records three deaths after covid-19 in 24 hours

Foz do Iguaçu recorded three deaths of patients with covid-19 this Wednesday (05), according to Epidemiological Surveillance. Two of the three dead were taken to the ICU at Ministro Costa Cavalcanti Hospital and the third to Padre Germano Lauck Municipal Hospital. The three are male and were aged 55, 73 and 91 years old with comorbidities. The 55-year-old man had …

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The rabies vaccination campaign has been postponed in SP due to Covid-19

The vaccination campaign against rabies in the state of São Paulo has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The State Secretary for Health announced on Wednesday (5) that the decision to vaccinate dogs and cats was made together with municipal authorities. According to the folder, state and municipal health technicians chose to only maintain routine immunization, available in urban …

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Check out the update on the hospital’s occupation this Wednesday (5) – Jornal Panorama

THE Panorama Tidning publishes another update of data on hospital staff in the region, according to information from health care facilities that are forwarded to the state government. In the data from this Wednesday (5), collected 21 hours of the report, the total occupation of the two intensive care units (ICUs), Parobé and Taquara, is 60% – a decrease compared …

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Nova Veneza registers 21 new cases of Covid-19

By Cris Freitas The epidemiological surveillance of Nova Veneza announced on Wednesday 05, 21 new patients infected with Covid-19. The Neo-Venetians tested positive after performing 21 TR (Rapid Tests). The municipality is responsible for 369 confirmed cases. Of this amount, 294 are cured, 68 are active in family isolation, 03 in hospital and 04 deaths. The suspects reach 48 and …

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Brusque registers 42 confirmed cases of dengue

Brusque remains with 42 confirmed cases of dengue. Of this number, 26 are domestic (contracted in the municipality itself) and 16 are imported. This year, 952 outbreaks of Aedes aegypti mosquito, which transmits the disease, have already been found. “Compared to the latest bulletin, where we had 922 outbreaks, there was an increase of 30 outbreaks, a relatively low number. …

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Santos City Hall is implementing measures to combat dengue in Aparecida

Santos City Hall is working together to fight Aedes’ aegypti mosquito this week in the Aparecida area. The site registers seven cases of dengue by 2020. In addition to dengue, the insect is also a carrier of diseases such as chikungunya, zika and urban yellow fever. The measures start on Wednesday (5). From 9 to 17, 85 agents to combat …

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Pandemic reduces the presence of chronic diseases – Revista News

The new coronavirus interrupts vaccination programs and takes care of other diseases and could end years of progress in health in America, said yesterday (4) regional director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Carissa Etienne. In a weekly press interview, she said that the pandemic reduces care for chronic conditions, such as diabetes and infectious diseases, including HIV and tuberculosis. …

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Find out what psychiatric disorders can be caused by COVID-19 after discharge

It is no secret that researchers are still investigating the long-term effects of new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infections. Among the possible effects of COVID-19 is the onset and even worsening of psychiatric disorders. At least that’s what a study pointed out, where more than half of the patients recovering from the infection – and who were hospitalized – had at least …

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