Australia is ready for the monster mosquito season thanks to the weather pattern in La Nina

There may be a monster-mozzie season in Australia, but experts say people can do many things to limit the spread of invasive species that carry nasty diseases. The weather in La Nina has already caused flooding in parts of Queensland and NSW in recent weeks, and the Meteorological Agency says much of the country is … Read more

Cervical cancer screening behavior varies between vaccinated and non-vaccinated women

According to a recent study by Penn State College of Medicine, women who have been vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV) are more likely to be screened for cervical cancer than unvaccinated women. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. There … Read more

The CDC will provide $ 22 million to fight antimicrobial resistance through the launch of two new networks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today announced that it has provided $ 22 million to nearly 30 organizations around the world to combat antimicrobial resistance (AR) and other health threats by establishing two new networks – Global Action in Healthcare Network (GAIHN) and Global AR Laboratory and Response Network (Global AR Lab … Read more

A new self-test can detect the early subtle signs of dementia earlier

Many people experience oblivion as they age, but it is often difficult to tell whether these memory problems are normal aging or a sign of something more serious. A new study shows that a simple test developed by researchers at Wexner Medical Center, the College of Medicine, and the College of Public Health at Ohio … Read more

Tourists returning from Africa say the conditions in the quarantine hotels are miserable

The Liberal government announced new restrictions in response to the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, including requiring passengers from 10 African countries to isolate themselves in a federally managed hotel near the airport until they get a negative result from their arrival test.Cole Burston / The Canadian Press Travelers returning from Africa say there are … Read more

The researcher behind the British vaccine says the next pandemic could be worse

One of the researchers behind Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 warns that the next pandemic could be more contagious and deadly if more money is spent on research and preparation to combat new viral threats. Factor: DANICA CHURCH Associated Press December 6, 2021, 6:42 p.m. • 3 min reading Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article LONDON – … Read more

Thousands protest against COVID-19 measures in Brussels – POLITICO

Thousands of protesters marched on the streets of Brussels on Sunday to march against vaccines and coronary virus restrictions as Europe continues to rise with COVID-19 infections and national authorities fear protesters will become more radical. According to police, there were about 8,000 participants, a sharp drop from an estimated 35,000 in a similar demonstration … Read more

Queensland Health confirms that transplant recipients must be vaccinated against the COVID virus

People who hope to receive an organ transplant in Queensland may be denied a life-saving procedure if they refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Queensland Health has confirmed that patients have “at least two doses of the approved COVID-19 vaccine before a kidney, lung or heart transplant”. The order has been issued because the immune … Read more

NSW COVID cases will decrease as more Omicron cases are expected

NSW has recorded a decrease in new cases of coronavirus as more cases of the Omicron variant are expected to be reported. The health department reported 208 cases and zero deaths on Monday. The result came after more than 61,000 people came to test in the last 24 hours. Currently, 152 COVID patients are in … Read more

COVID epidemic on a cruise ship approaching New Orleans

Authorities say 10 people on Norwegian Cruise Line approaching New Orleans have passed positive COVID-19 test Factor:Associated Press December 5, 2021, 2:18 p.m. • 1 min reading time Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NEW ORLEANS – Ten people aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line approaching New Orleans have received a positive COVID-19 test, authorities … Read more