Lifestyle News #12 | NF World Latest News

Acute Hepatitis - Lifestyle News #12 | NF World Latest News

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Acute Hepatitis in children cases increased in 12 countries; at least one child has died: WHO

The World Health Organization announced that at least one kid had died as a result of an upsurge in acute hepatitis of unknown cause in children. And that at least 169 cases had been reported in children in 12 European countries.

The WHO released the numbers as health officials around the world explore a puzzling rise in severe instances of hepatitis — liver inflammation – among young children.

The reported patients ranged in age from one month to 16 years, with 17 requiring liver transplantation, according to the paper.

It provided no specifics about the death, which it said had been reported, and did not specify where it happened.

Covid-19 cases are increasing in India; Common covid symptoms in fully vaccinated people

As the number of Covid-19 cases in the country rises once more, attempts to restrict its spread and decrease the danger of hospitalizations and fatalities through a booster campaign are in full swing.

Getting fully vaccinated against Covid-19 is known to dramatically lower the chance of a severe condition requiring hospitalization or ICU admission and mortality.

Vaccines, however, do not always prevent infection with Covid, and with the introduction of additional strains and subvariants of Omicron, the likelihood of breakthrough infections appears to have increased.

According to experts, the symptoms of Covid-19 may proceed differently in fully vaccinated persons than in unprotected ones.

The symptoms are likely to be lesser, and experts highlight that during the third wave, some persons had merely a sore throat.

While others experienced a cough, cold, fever, sore throat, high-grade fever, and bodily ache even after vaccination.

Knowing about their autism early will help to live a better life: New Study

People who discover they are autistic at a younger age may have a higher quality of life and a greater sense of well-being as adults.

The journal Autism published the recent research. That also discovered that people who discovered they were autistic as adults expressed greater positive emotions (particularly relief) regarding autism when they first discovered they were autistic.

According to the findings, informing a kid at an earlier age than they are autism empowers them by offering access to assistance and a basis for self-understanding that helps them succeed later in life.

According to the findings, parents should not wait until their children reach adulthood before informing them that their child is autistic.

German researchers say Germany stole 250 antiquities from Samos before World War 1

German archaeologists have disclosed data about antiques taken from the Greek island of Samos and now housed in Berlin museums.

According to a report by Deutsche Welle, a book published after years of investigation detailing the looting of antiquities during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

‘Constantinople – Samos – Berlin’ is a book. “Forfeiture, division of finds, and clandestine export of antiquities on the eve of World War I” is a collection of essays that reconstruct in detail the history of excavations conducted on the Greek island of Samos by the then-Royal Museums in Berlin between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

The articles discuss the illicit exportation of 250 artefacts and how the Germans sought to profit from power imbalances against the backdrop of political instability on Samos.

Greece has announced to lift the travel restrictions from May 1

Greece has declared that all Covid-19 travel restrictions would be lifted from May 1 in order to stimulate tourism.

That means that visitors visiting Greece will not need to bring a negative RT-PCR test or even a Covid immunisation certificate.

The country was previously opened to visitors in May 2021. But with several conditions in place like evidence of vaccination, booster shot proof, recovery proof, and a negative PCR result no older than 72 hours or a fast antigen test done within 24 hours of their arrival.

As part of the de-escalation process, Greece will suspend its mask mandate in June. And the measures will be evaluated again in September, according to Health Minister Thanos Plevris.

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