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Smile when you take a COVID vaccine, it will hurt less

By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, December 4th, 2020 (HealthDay News) – Could an authentic smile be the key to getting a less painful vaccination? Researchers from the University of California, Irvine, say yes. That genuine smile, which lifts the corners of the mouth and creates crow’s feet around the …

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Was covid-19 mortality “anticipated”?

It’s some music that is gaining ground, week after week: since covid-19 mainly kills the elderly, there would be no excessive long-term mortality, just “a little premature” deaths. Furthermore, the excess mortality due to covid-19 would have been offset by a decrease due to other causes (decrease in road accidents, …

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Canada exceeds 400,000 cases

Canada has now recorded more than 400,000 cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. Published on December 4, 2020 at 3:05 pm The Canadian press That overwhelming level was reached on Friday after Saskatchewan reported 283 new coronavirus cases, bringing the nationwide total to 400,030. The speed at …

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Can vitamins and minerals protect you from corona infection?

Numerous studies have stated that common nutrients and vitamins can help prevent infection with the Corona virus, but none of these studies have been confirmed and many of them are still monitored, in this report we learn the most important associated vitamins and minerals in Corona, according to the “Times …

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COVID-19: Canada exceeds the limit of 400,000 infections

Canada crossed the psychological barrier of 400,000 coronavirus disease-related infections on Friday. • Read also: All the developments in the COVID-19 pandemic • Read also: COVID-19: 28 new deaths and 1,345 additional cases in Quebec By mid-afternoon, the country had 400,031 cases (+3755) and 12,470 deaths (+63). Ontario reported 1,780 …

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