Tag: covid-19 series
Medical science has made extraordinary progress over the last few decades, with achievements that have led to an increase in general life expectancy and quality of life. Today, afflictions such as cancer, severe heart failure, polio, or tuberculosis have modern and effective treatments.
Do we need to wait for the results of longitudinal scientific studies, extending to decades, to know if vaccines are safe?
Why can vaccinated people still get COVID-19 or even die from the disease?
What feeds our fear in times of crisis, such as this pandemic we are in? How can we avoid letting fear paralyze our search for information and our ability to make the right decisions?
How long does the protection provided by the vaccine last? Should I have a booster shot after a while, or not?
Risks of mRNA vaccines in the COVID-19 era: How we know they don't alter our DNA.
What are mRNA vaccines? How do they work?
What is in the COVID-19 vaccines? What remains in our system after each type of vaccine, and for how long?
Vaccination allows the creation of an effective and long-lasting defense of the body against the disease. In the confrontation with the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination, with its pros and cons, is currently one of the solutions that science has offered to humanity.
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How was it possible to produce a vaccine against COVID-19 in less than a year, and what guarantees are there that there were no compromises in the process? What can we say about the COVID-19 vaccine's safety?
It will soon be two years since the virus known as COVID-19 started to roam around the world. The sad toll of this disease—over 5 million victims worldwide—is still incomplete, because we are far from seeing an end to the pandemic. It has been the largest public health crisis in the last century.
Obtaining information in the medical field does not only pose theoretical or scientific problems—it also has very high stakes. Taking data and suggestions from providers who disseminate incorrect or incomplete information can lead to sickness or even death, because these sources provide ineffective or harmful treatment recommendations. What follows is a list of websites with reliable information about COVID-19 we recommend consult regularly.
What are the most reliable sources of information on the coronavirus, and what are the arguments that advocate for their reliability?
How can I be sure that the recommendations I receive after a medical consultation are correct? In the article below, we discuss evidence-based medicine.
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