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COVID-19: risk of infection up to eight days after symptoms have ended

Contagion with COVID-19 although the disease has already subsided? In the time of the corona crisis, to prevent the spread, it is important to understand whether people with a COVID-19 infection can still excrete the virus after their symptoms have resolved. In fact, one study shows that half of the patients examined with a mild COVID-19 infection continue to excrete the virus after their symptoms have resolved.
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Danger to unborn babies through “natural substances”

Plant-based substances can also harm unborn babies.Pregnant women are usually advised to eat healthy foods and to avoid certain foods in order not to endanger their child. The diet should be as free from chemical additives as possible. However, researchers are now reporting that “natural substances” can also damage the fetus.
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Fever clover is Flower of the Year 2020

Fever clover: The forgotten all-rounder of the MooreThe Loki Schmidt Foundation has chosen fever clover as the flower of the year 2020. The perennial marsh flower is a real all-rounder and contributes significantly to an intact ecosystem in bogs, swamps and wet meadows. By naming the fever clover as the flower of the year, the Loki Schmidt Foundation draws attention to the urgently needed protection of bogs.
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Our personality influences alcohol consumption

Why do some people tend to drink alcohol in an uncontrolled manner? People with a certain personality type appear to be significantly more susceptible to drinking alcohol in an uncontrolled manner, according to a recent study. A recent study by Vanderbilt University and the Salk Institute found that people with a certain personality are more likely to have problems consuming excessive amounts of alcohol.
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Coronavirus: Rapid antibody tests available for risk assessment

Corona antibody tests deliver results in minutes Despite the fact that all the tests carried out so far, an important factor in the spread of the coronavirus is still completely unknown: the number of people who have already been infected. Newly developed rapid tests can now be used to check who already carries antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and who is therefore at best immune.
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