The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is spreading around the world, including in Israel. Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties, but the virus can be fatal. To help maintain the virus, Israel has implemented a number of restrictions on the public.

Jefe de derechos de la ONU advierte sobre el aumento de la extrema derecha en Europa

Turk culpó del aumento de la política populista y extremista a la pandemia de COVID-19 y sus consecuencias, incluidos los crecientes costos de vida, que han "marginado a una parte de la población".


High before the low: Cannabis increases risk of severe COVID-19 -

Patients who had admitted to using cannabis in the year prior to contracting COVID were 80% more likely to be hospitalized and 27% more likely to be admitted to the ICU.

Mascarillas no redujeron riesgo de infección de COVID tras la primera ola de Ómicron

"Nuestra investigación muestra que hubo cambios en algunos factores de riesgo alrededor del tiempo en que la variante Ómicron BA.2 se volvió dominante", dijo el Prof. Paul Hunter.

Masks did not reduce risk of COVID infection after first Omicron wave, UK research shows

"Our research shows that there were changes in some risk factors around the time that the Omicron BA.2 variant became dominant,” said Prof. Paul Hunter of Norwich Medical School.

Did the corona virus really cause an increase in ADHD?

The study, which took data from millions of children, finds no correlation between ADHD and COVID-19.

Del COVID-19 a la guerra entre Israel y Hamás: la Pascua en tiempos difíciles

Del COVID-19 a la guerra entre Israel y Hamás: Pésaj en tiempos difíciles - comentario


From COVID-19 to Israel-Hamas War: Passover in trying times

There is the ideal Seder in your mind and then there is the real Seder in your house with impatience, rolling eyes, spilled wine, siblings quibbling, and – yes – a lack of the children’s interest.


Have you already forgotten COVID-19? It may still be affecting your memory and cognition

COVID-19 may be regarded as a disease of the past, but it’s still causing health problems.

What do Americans think of COVID-19 four years after it started? - survey

The survey does state that half of Americans still say it's important for medical professionals and doctors to address long COVID, while 22% said that they never heard of such a concept.

Winter illnesses: How to stay healthy this flu and COVID season

This winter, Israelis face overcrowded hospitals, long ER waits, and high flu rates in Israel. Here are some tips on illness prevention and home care.

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