Salmonellosis outbreak in 25 states: cause is still being sought

A mysterious salmonellosis outbreak has swept 25 states in America, and health officials are still looking for its source, USA Today reported. The recent outbreak of salmonellosis has infected more than a hundred people in half of the United States, and health officials have not identified what is causing it. On Friday…

Civilization and coronavirus: how the modern world breeds epidemics

The coronavirus pandemic is raging in the world. Compared to 2002-2003, when the SARS outbreak occurred, science has made great strides forward, but epidemics are becoming more frequent and more difficult to stop. Why? Medical historian and author of The Pandemic Century: One Hundred Years ...

Spanish Flu, HIV, Ebola: How US Presidents Fighted Epidemics

The history of mankind is the history of epidemics. Compared to people who lived even 100 years ago, we are very knowledgeable, says the Voice of America. We know that there are certain causative agents of the disease, mechanisms of transmission of the disease, we know how the disease proceeds and ...

Fatal infection outbreak in 11 states: FDA discourages eating onions

Do you have onions in your kitchen? Of course there is, like everyone else. And now a question for filling: from which farm or from which distributor did you get this onion? If you cannot answer this question, rather get rid of ...

Hundreds of cases: an outbreak of salmonellosis recorded in 23 US states

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said 31 of the 212 cases had been hospitalized, but to date no deaths have been reported, writes Fox News. The salmonellosis outbreak has hit nearly two dozen, according to federal health officials ...

Deadlier than coronavirus: China claims an outbreak of unknown pneumonia in Kazakhstan

On Thursday, July 9, the Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan issued a warning to its citizens living in the Central Asian country that more than 1700 people died from "unknown pneumonia", writes CNN. “The Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan and other agencies are conducting comparative studies and ...

Professions most at risk for coronavirus infection

As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the United States, people who work in direct contact with large numbers of other people are at greatest risk of contracting the disease, writes The New York Times. Health care workers are at the greatest risk - they can face illness every day ...

Documents and data: what to prepare for hospitalization due to coronavirus

Uncertainty around the 2019-nCoV coronavirus is forcing people to make unusual preparations, including stocking up on everything they can: from hand sanitizer to toilet paper (although not everyone can explain why it is in an epidemic). But in fact, in the event ...

What happens in the body after infection with coronavirus: step by step

As the 2019-nCoV coronavirus pandemic spreads across the United States, leading to major event cancellations, school closings, stock market crashes and disruption to normal life, Americans are taking precautions against coronavirus infection, which is causing disease and death for thousands of people throughout ...

$ 1100 for participation: in Washington, looking for volunteers to test vaccines against coronavirus

You can get $ 1100 for testing the first potential vaccine against the 2019-nCoV virus, Business Insider writes. Today, March 16, it will already be introduced to one of the volunteers. The first clinical trials of a potential coronavirus vaccine have begun recruiting healthy volunteers. Members will earn $ 1100 if ...

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