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Delta variant has twice the risk of leading to hospitalization, study says – News

People who contract the Delta variant of coronavirus are twice as likely to be hospitalized as those who were infected with the Alfha variant, which was first detected in England last year, a study released on Friday showed. The study, based on more than 43,000 people with covid-19, most of …

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With a herniated disc and a lot of pain, he used electrostimulation as an ally – 08/29/2021

With a herniated disc, Alexandre Lamas, 46, manager of logistics, he accumulated for years many pains and a complication that made him lose movement in his left foot. After undergoing three surgeries and conventional therapies, he used electrostimulation as a resource for his rehabilitation. Get to know his story and …

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Consequences of smoking kill 443 people a day in Brazil

In Brazil, 443 people die daily from the consequences of smoking. The numbers are from the National Cancer Institute (Inca) and call attention to the National Anti-Smoking Day campaign, celebrated this Sunday (29/8). According to Inca, the Covid-19 pandemic negatively influenced the treatment of smokers in the Unified Health System …

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Influencers promote illegal sale of ?electronic cigarette?

Just throw a few words in internet search tools to get in touch with the unusual world of “vapers”. There are hundreds of publications, forums, blogs, groups and videos in which users and advocates of electronic cigarettes talk openly about devices, brands and flavors. All through its own language, with …

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Brand heir profile attacks vaccines and SUS

Fábio Rigo, son of Celso Rigo and heir of the rice-producing company Prato Fino, published yesterday on social networks attacks on the SUS (Unified Health System) and questioned the effectiveness of vaccines against covid-19. He also said that he preferred the law of the jungle. “I want more than [o …

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Deputy Governor of São Paulo, Rodrigo Garcia, inaugurates Health Sciences building at FEMA

This Friday, August 27, 2021, the deputy governor of the State of São Paulo, Rodrigo Garcia, attended the inauguration ceremony of the new Health Sciences building of the Educational Foundation of the Municipality of Assis (FEMA). On the occasion, the deputy governor reinforced the state government’s commitment to restructuring higher …

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Pernambuco is close to 30% of the population over 12 years old with a complete vaccination schedule against covid-19

According to the bulletin released this Saturday (28), by the State Health Department (SES), Pernambuco is close to 30% of the population over 12 years old with a complete vaccination schedule against covid-19. Already applied 7,833,652 doses of the vaccine in the population of Pernambuco, since the beginning of the …

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Councilor goes to hospital where he threatens doctor and patient’s companion – Calila Noticias

A regrettable fact was registered in Itiúba, municipality of the territory of sisal on the night of Friday, 27, after councilor Romenil Pinto da Silva (PCdoB) invaded the Municipal Hospital and in a clear demonstration of abuse of authority he spoke out loud and challenged the doctor on duty and …

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Covid-19: the underestimated impact of the pandemic on the mental health of young people and children – 26/08/2021

Research carried out in Northern Ireland states that ‘insufficient attention’ was given to how children and young people would be affected by the pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions imposed by it had “a strong impact” on children and young people. This is shown in a report by the …

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Brazilians face difficulty in issuing Covid vaccination certificate | National Newspaper

With the advance of vaccination among Brazilians, city halls are already beginning to debate the need to demand proof of immunization. But many people face problems to have the data correctly registered in the Ministry of Health application. It turned into a fever. Many people made a point of recording …

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