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How to have a stronger immune system
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How to have a stronger immune system

A strong immune system makes a person strong. Then you will have to worry less about catching the common cold or virus (such as the COVID-19 Coronavirus) because your body will have better weapons to fight germs and disease. Being sick makes you feel exhausted and tired, but there are steps you can take to prevent diseases.

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How will jobs change after COVID-19?

With many parts of the world taking their first steps to recover from the COVID-19 lockdowns, the discussion has shifted to what kind of world we will return to, what limitations will govern our behaviors and interactions in the future, and what effects they will have on all aspects of Our lives. The business world has already experienced major disruption and disruption as a result of the virus.
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After Covid-19: The economy or the climate?

Despite mounting pressure for bailout resources to be used to tackle climate change, most of the money spent so far to overcome the covid-19 pandemic has been used to keep the economy going, according to However, what comes next may be more important for the climate, as governments move into emergency mode and start planning and spending money on a post-COVID-19 recovery.
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The pandemic of misinformation and manipulation

The problem is not that everyone can have an opinion. That is an inalienable right. What is not a right is impunity to lie, to download an endless stream of fake news, lies, falsehoods. And less than in the name of press freedom they exercise scandalous debauchery to irresponsibly misinform, mounted in media terrorism campaigns.
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Could those recovered from covid-19 spread?

It is a question that is asked in homes around the world. Like other infectious diseases, recovery time can vary from person to person, but experts recommend that people follow the guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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The mixed effect of the pandemic on the climate

As people were forced to stay in their homes with nationwide lockouts across much of the world earlier this year to contain the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, our collective carbon footprint began to decline. In April, daily global carbon emissions fell by 17.
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Agroecology for resilience before emerging crises

We share the reflections of Dr. Nicholls, Honorary President of SOCLA, in the framework of the cycle "Agroecology for resilience before emerging crises" launched by the Latin American Scientific Society of Agroecology (SOCLA) as part of the activities of the VIII Latin Congress American Agroecology.
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Neither the cow nor the pig: the farm grows viruses

The largest German meat factory, Tönnies, came to break the peace that Merkel had achieved in her German herd. The lady even allowed herself to give a lecture on how contagions evolve, while (almost) the whole world was falling apart due to the coronavirus. Her conservative government - we are not going to forget now the boot that it imposed to crush the autonomy plebiscite for Greece's debt, exactly 5 years ago, nor the role that Angela Merkel had in the tricorne of power when the European continent collapsed with debts in 2008-, she launched a series of bailout programs and quasi-socialist social aid, with so many euros followed by zeros that it is impossible to give it dimension.
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A virus, humanity and the Earth

What does the coronavirus tell us about ourselves as a human species, about our dominant economic and technological paradigms, and about Earth? A small virus has “confined” the world, paralyzed the world economy, claimed the lives of thousands of people and the livelihoods of millions more.
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The pandemic resurrects single-use plastic

The use of gloves, masks, gowns, and other personal protective equipment against COVID-19, as well as containers, screens and bags has increased, all derived from plastic. Faced with the fear of contagion, this disposable material, which from 2021 was going to suffer greater restrictions of use in many countries, resurfaces to protect us, but at the cost of continuing to damage the environment.
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Will the Earth Remember the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Tree rings, ice cores and sediment deposits could see changes in pollution during the global shutdown from the pandemic. In 2017, researchers from several universities used advanced laser-based technology to look inside ice cores drawn from the top of the Alps.
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Impressive video / experiment shows how a virus spreads in a buffet

In theory, we should now all understand why it is important to wash hands, wear masks, and maintain good hygiene practices during a pandemic, to prevent the spread of the virus. But nothing really brings the point home as effectively as a good old-fashioned demo. Japan's public broadcast network NHK has really taken the cake in a new video that has gone viral.
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Bats are host to other unique coronavirus strains

In popular culture, bats are routinely portrayed as vile creatures, the minions of the forces of evil, such as vampires. True to form, bats have made headlines again as potentially deadly animals. Namely, they have been highlighted as the possible host of the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which jumped to humans in China late last year.
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Covid-19, environment and alternative social movements

“There is no progress. What is gained on one side is lost on the other. Since we do not know what we lost, we believe that we won ”Jaques LacanThe virus that afflicts humanity today has completely transformed the world. For better and / or for worse, what is coming will be different from what we knew… We realize that in just over 4 months of slowing down human activity, a number of surprising news about environmental resilience are beginning to appear.
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