With one mutation: Wuhan researchers keep an eye on NeoCoV, another coronavirus

https://fr.sputniknews.com/20220127/a-une-mutation-near-wuhan-researchers-keep-an-eye-the-neocov-another-coronavirus-1054629929.html With one mutation: Wuhan researchers keep an eye on NeoCoV, another coronavirus With one mutation: Wuhan researchers keep an eye on NeoCoV, another coronavirus Close to MERS-CoV 2, the NeoCov coronavirus identified in bats in South Africa has a receptor capable of mutating to infiltrate… 27.01.2022, Sputnik France 2022-01-27T15:01+0100 2022-01-27T15:01+0100 2022-01-27T16:18+0100 South Africa researchers … Read more

SARS-CoV-2 awakens dormant endogenous retroviruses in our genome

According to a study still in pre-publication, a protein encoded by an endogenous human retrovirus is reactivated by SARS-CoV-2. The latter would be involved in the appearance of severe forms of Covid-19. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] 22% of the population would be more vulnerable to complications from Covid-19 About 1.7 billion people, … Read more

How Vaccine Misinformation Made Children Vulnerable to the Omicron Variant

AFP, published on Sunday, January 23, 2022 at 09:12 Covid-19 caused cascading deaths in American adults for two years, largely sparing children, but lightning spread of Omicron variant led to records of pediatric infections and hospitalizations, misinformation around vaccines accentuating risks incurred. Fear that serums have been developed too quickly, rumors about an impact of … Read more

A virus is believed to cause multiple sclerosis

A virus that infects 90% of humanity seems to be the trigger for multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects the brain. This is the conclusion of a recent study published in Science, the first to provide strong evidence of causality between a viral infection and multiple sclerosis. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] … Read more

Covid-19. Immunity, blood type… Why do some people not catch the virus?

Posted on 01/19/2022 at 20:34 You have surely already asked yourself the question: why does this person never catch Covid-19 despite his positive entourage? Caution, asymptomatic, “super-immunity”… We take stock of the advanced leads. Why do some people never catch Covid? – Photo PN You have been going through the drops for two years and … Read more

A very common virus is believed to cause multiple sclerosis

A virus that infects 90% of humanity seems to be the trigger for multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects the brain. This is the conclusion of a recent study published in Science, the first to provide strong evidence of causality between a viral infection and multiple sclerosis. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] … Read more

A very common virus is believed to cause multiple sclerosis

A virus that infects 90% of humanity seems to be the trigger for multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects the brain. This is the conclusion of a recent study published in Science, the first to provide strong evidence of causality between a viral infection and multiple sclerosis. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] … Read more

Can cannabis compounds be effective against Covid-19?

Cannabis produces secondary metabolites that are of great interest to scientists. Among the best known is CBD. At the University of Oregon, a team tested the antiviral properties of two cannabinoids, CBDA and CBGA, in experiments in vitro. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Cannabis: a painkiller for patients with sickle cell disease? A … Read more

A very common virus appears to cause multiple sclerosis

A virus that infects 90% of humanity seems to be the trigger for multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects the brain. This is the conclusion of a recent study published in Science, the first to provide strong evidence of causality between a viral infection and multiple sclerosis. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] … Read more

Can cannabis compounds be effective against Covid-19?

Cannabis produces secondary metabolites that are of great interest to scientists. Among the best known is CBD. At the University of Oregon, a team tested the antiviral properties of two cannabinoids, CBDA and CBGA, in experiments in vitro. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Cannabis: a painkiller for patients with sickle cell disease? A … Read more