Langya, what do we know about the new virus? Symptoms (from cough to fever) and the risks associated with them

Langyathe new virus that in Chinese has already infected 35 people. But what do we know so far? It has animal origins in Shandong and Henan regions. That is new virus RNA, a henipavirus that can also affect the liver and kidneys. It has been identified by scientists from Beijing and Singapore and to date, … Read more

Langya, what do we know about the new virus? Symptoms (from cough to fever) and the risks associated with them

Langyathe new virus that in Chinese has already infected 35 people. But what do we know so far? It has animal origins in Shandong and Henan regions. That is new virus RNA, a henipavirus that can also affect the liver and kidneys. It has been identified by scientists from Beijing and Singapore and to date, … Read more

West Nile, in Italy 94 cases and 7 deaths. “Strong virus spread, especially in the north”, here the regions are most at risk

The West Nile virus spreads in Italy, especially in the northern regions. There are 94 cases, including 55 with neuroinvasive infection and 7 deaths. The virus is transmitted through mosquito bites. The data, updated as of August 2nd, were sent by the ministry in a circular to the regions, health departments and institutional bodies. MORE … Read more

China, new virus identified, infected 35 people since 2018

At least 35 people have contracted a new virus in China since 2018. The virus, called Langya (LayV), belongs to the henipavirus family, which also includes Hendra and Nipah viruses, both with high lethality. Early data suggests that the new virus is unable to spread effectively in humans and is less aggressive than its close … Read more

Poliomyelitis in New York, the alarm goes off and the vaccination campaign. Vaccines are also being sent to children in the UK

alarm polio, a disease eradicated thanks to vaccines, is reappearing. The alarm had recently spread in London, where virus samples were detected Sewage from the British capital. Concern is now growing in New York over hundreds or even thousands of cases polio undiagnosed. It was a health official who sounded the alarm after an unvaccinated … Read more

already 35 infected. It affects the liver and kidneys

Is called long yes (LayV) and it’s a new one virus that in Chinese 35 people infected in Shandong and Henan provinces. It is part of the family of henipavirus and was identified in throat swabs by metagenomic analysis and subsequent pathogen isolation. Described in a study by scientists from China and Singapore and published … Read more

already 35 infected. It affects the liver and kidneys

Is called long yes (LayV) and it’s a new one virus that in Chinese 35 people infected in Shandong and Henan provinces. It is part of the family of henipavirus and was identified in throat swabs by metagenomic analysis and subsequent pathogen isolation. Described in a study by scientists from China and Singapore and published … Read more

West Nile, Smallpox, Usutu. And a boom in diseases related to mosquito bites

Climate change is also beginning to take its toll on the healthcare system. Before the pandemic, high summer fever was certainly the sign of a climate-related cooling, but now the diagnosis is no longer so clear-cut. In addition to covidworrying the World Health Organization is the so-called monkey pox (Monkeypox): an animal-to-human infection caused by … Read more

Covid: double risk of memory problems in case of loss of smell – medicine

The loss of smell in Covid, particularly when persistent, indicates a high risk of developing cognitive and memory problems in the post-infection period, and also persistent cognitive deficits for several months after recovery from Covid. Risk of memory deficits may more than double if Covid risk issues persist. This was revealed by a study just … Read more

“Detect them immediately to prevent them from spreading”

Herpes, impetigo and salmonella. These are some of the virusInfections or bacteria that may occur during Vacation Summer. One of the most striking is the “di mushroom” mare“: white spots on the skin that can spoil the tan, but above all prolong it. The dermatologist Giovanni PellacaniDirector of the Dermatological Clinic Umberto I di Roma … Read more