What is known about the connection between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s dementia

A Danish study establishes a link between coronavirus infections and the risk of later developing diseases such as dementia or Parkinson’s disease. It has long been known that serious infections can lead to certain secondary diseases. However, it is unclear whether the risk of COVID-19 is particularly high, what protection vaccination offers, and which variants … Read more

What is known about the connection between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s dementia

A Danish study establishes a link between coronavirus infections and the risk of later developing diseases such as dementia or Parkinson’s disease. It has long been known that serious infections can lead to certain secondary diseases. However, it is unclear whether the risk of COVID-19 is particularly high, what protection vaccination offers, and which variants … Read more

What is known about the connection between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s dementia

A Danish study establishes a link between coronavirus infections and the risk of later developing diseases such as dementia or Parkinson’s disease. It has long been known that serious infections can lead to certain secondary diseases. However, it is unclear whether the risk of COVID-19 is particularly high, what protection vaccination offers, and which variants … Read more

Corona & Co: How Vegetarian Nutrition and “One Health” Can Prevent Pandemics

The range of zoonoses is as varied as the diseases caused by human viruses: in addition to brain inflammation, which also includes rabies, classic examples are also liver inflammation caused by hepatitis E, West Nile virus, fever hemorrhagic as in Ebola, respiratory diseases as in the case of Corona and rashes – monkeypox is probably … Read more

Corona & Co: How Vegetarian Nutrition and “One Health” Can Prevent Pandemics

The range of zoonoses is as varied as the diseases caused by human viruses: in addition to brain inflammation, which also includes rabies, classic examples are also liver inflammation caused by hepatitis E, West Nile virus, fever hemorrhagic as in Ebola, respiratory diseases as in the case of Corona and rashes – monkeypox is probably … Read more

UV-B irradiation can help – healing practice

COVID-19: UV rays for the immune system Various scientific studies have provided evidence that UV radiation fighting through that Coronavirus Disease triggered by SARS-CoV-2 COVID-19 could help. A new study now proves this UV-B rays in the treatment of coronary patients can be helpful. The number of people infected with the corona is on the … Read more

Coronavirus and Covid-19: why are some people not infected and others more than once?

The Human Challenge study from Great Britain A year ago, Imperial College London’s coronavirus project sparked the debate. For the so-called human health study, 36 young people between the ages of 18 and 30, who were neither vaccinated nor cured, were intentionally exposed to the corona virus by dripping a small amount of an original … Read more

Corona: Any further reinfection increases the risk of Long Covid

At least since the emergence of the omicron wave, it has been clear: you can have the crown despite vaccination and quite often several times. But is this the normal course of events with a virus affecting the respiratory system and not a cause for concern because the infection is becoming more harmless as some … Read more

How Coronavirus Infections Can Damage the Heart: Healing Practice

How the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus attacks the heart Numerous studies have already shown that it is serious COVID-19 courses associated with organ damage I am. Also heart complications are among the possible consequences of a Coronavirus infection. A German research team has now been able to trace the journey of the virus into the heart and … Read more

Corona: Any further reinfection increases the risk of Long Covid

At least since the emergence of the omicron wave, it has been clear: you can have the crown despite vaccination and quite often several times. But is this the normal course of events with a virus affecting the respiratory system and not a cause for concern because the infection is becoming more harmless as some … Read more