You don’t need to think about difficult things, here’s how to keep your lungs healthier – all pages

Freepik.com How to keep the lungs healthier GridHEALTH.id – Everyone wants to make himself healthier. However, they rarely think about protecting and maintaining the health of their lungs. If we …

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Five ways to strengthen human lungs before and after coronavirus COVID-19

Yesterday, 16:00 | author: Daria Kuznetsova | Photo ru.depositphotos.com Coravirus pneumonia lasts longer than flu, but there are ways to protect the lungs. RIA Novosti writes about them with reference …

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Virologists explained when you can talk about the “saw” of coronavirus in Russia :: Society :: RBC

To understand the dynamics of the spread of coronavirus, we need smoothed four- or seven-day curves, added Larisa Popovich, director of the Institute for Health Economics at the Higher School …

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How much more dangerous COVID-19 can be than flu. Facts and Figures :: Society :: RBC

How many people have died from influenza and COVID-19 pandemics Video Read on RBC Pro If we analyze the data on the number of deaths from pandemics over the past …

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“The Covid is a sneaky animal”

In this second wave of Covid, some, influenced by the doubt entertained by deniers (there is no rebound, deaths are falsely labeled Covid …) still ask the question of the …

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High intake of vitamins A, E and D reduces the risk of respiratory disease

Moscow, Oct 28, 2020 /LIVE24/. According to the results of the analysis of a group of foreign scientists, which were published in the BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health magazine, consuming …

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