Immunity to COVID-19 can last for years, but not everyone: what you need to know

According to two new studies, immunity to COVID-19 lasts for at least a year, perhaps even for life. It may improve over time, especially after vaccination. The findings could help allay fears that protection against the virus will be short-lived. The…

What immunity myths can seriously harm health

The Lifehacker edition told what existing misconceptions about the defense system of our body can seriously harm our health. Myth No. 1. Vaccinations will not help Vaccination of the human body is carried out in order to provide it with protection from dangerous pathogens. A healthy person is vaccinated so that ...

What you need to eat to strengthen immunity: expert advice

The pandemic has made everyone pay attention to health. Scientists have long said that the state of our body directly depends on the diet. The scientific journals Nutrients and Molecular Science have published two reviews confirming the effect of nutrition on the prevention of coronavirus infection and the severity of the disease. Edition…

Vaccination, antibodies, immunity: the professor answered the most common questions about COVID-19

Even a year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we still know little about this virus. The LIGA edition decided to talk to Professor Viktor Dosenko and ask him a few questions that excite the minds of all mankind. Pathophysiologist, geneticist, head of the department of general and molecular pathophysiology ...

Fight against COVID-19: which is more effective - vaccination or natural immunity

With the advent of the vaccine, many questions have arisen. Scientists are finding out what will help to form immunity more effectively - to transfer the coronavirus or get vaccinated? Health News spoke about the advantages and disadvantages of vaccination, and also found out whether to get vaccinated against COVID-19 if you already ...

Some countries are already introducing immune passports: what you need to know

Immune passports may become an integral part of human life after the COVID-19 pandemic. Some countries have already decided to introduce such passports into use. What kind of countries are these and what to expect next, CNN reported. Hungary and Iceland have already announced the introduction of immune ...

Difficulty speaking, walking, and even paralysis: what eating bread can do to your body

Dizzy spells, clumsiness, and falls can be a warning sign that your brain is being damaged by eating bread. The Daily Mail reported on this in more detail. And while ominous causes such as cancer or stroke, fluctuations in blood pressure and infections can be quick ...

How the top US infectious disease specialist strengthens immunity and protects against coronavirus

Most "so-called immune-boosting supplements" actually "do nothing," according to US chief infectious disease specialist Dr. Anthony Fauci. However, there are two vitamins that Fauci recommends to keep your immune system healthy, CNBC writes. “If you miss ...

COVID-19 Immunity: Key Questions About Antibodies and Reinfection Risk Answers

When it was revealed at the beginning of the year that the causative agent of a mysterious disease in China is a new coronavirus, scientists' concern about the growing epidemic in the country almost gave way to despair. As a rule, representatives of this family of viruses do not form strong immunity in those who have been ill: already after ...

Why is immunity to coronavirus found in people who have not had COVID-19

According to a new study, the immune systems of some people who have not been exposed to the coronavirus may be familiar with the pathogen - possibly helping to reduce the severity of the disease if that person does indeed get COVID-19, writes MSN. The study, published in the journal Nature on Wednesday ...

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