Some kids are risk-takers. Others tend to play it safe. Are these differences simply based on personality, or do children's environments help shape their willingness to take a gamble?
A Brazilian study published in the journal PNAS describes some of the effects infection by SARS-CoV-2 can have on the central nervous system. A preliminary version (not yet peer-reviewed) posted in 2020 was one of the first to show that the virus that causes COVID-19 can infect brain cells, especially astrocytes. It also broke new ground by describing alterations in the structure of the cortex, the most neuron-rich brain region, even in cases of mild COVID-19.
Millions of people around the world are believed to suffer from long COVID yet little remains known about the condition—though research has recently proposed several theories for its cause.
Lisa Schnirring | News Editor | CIDRAP News Sep 30, 2022 In the past, increasing cases in Europe have come ahead of similar rises in other regions.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina we have total of 398,750 confirmed COVID-19 cases.Globaly confirmed COVID-19 cases:
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