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Coronavirus Awareness | Arabic

Coronavirus Awareness | ArabicWhen the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health sought to increase the public’s understanding about the transmission, symptoms, and prevention of coronavirusview source credit by: Saudi Arabia Ministry of HealthInfo...
by All About Infographics on Dec 4, 2016

MERS CoV: Can it spread from camels to man?

The Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS CoV) is a novel single stranded RNA virus that has been doing the rounds in the Middle East, bits of Europe and North America. Given our experiences the last time we had a new respiratory viru...
by Scepticemia on Jul 7, 2014

MERS Coronavirus Disease Pictures

FAQs about MERS coronavirus Pictures What is MERS? MERS stands for Middle East respiratory syndrome. It is a viral disease which is spread by a virus called corona virus thus the name MERS CoV. It was first found in 2012 in Arab. This family of virus...
by Kheench on Jun 6, 2014

Saudi MERS Infections And Deaths Underreported

It’s been a couple of weeks since I last brought up Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) on Survival And Prosperity, though I first blogged about the novel coronavirus starting back in February 2013. But this morning, I stumbled onto somethi...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jun 5, 2014

Coronavirus Infection Pictures | MERS Coronavirus Disease Photos

Coronavirus Infection Pictures | MERS Coronavirus Disease Photos, MERS CoV is the term for a virus. It is short for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus. It is now confirmed that MERS belongs to the Coronavirus family. The members of Cor...
by Kheench on Jun 3, 2014

New coronavirus inhibitor exhibits antiviral activity by blocking viral hijacking of host

Searching for inhibitors of coronaviruses, an international team of scientists led by Edward Trybala, from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and Volker Thiel, from the University of Berne, Switzerland, identified a compound called K22. They initi...
by PolygenicBlog on May 30, 2014

Why People Are Kissing Camels On Social Media

A boy kissing a camel @drrdob / Twitter Health authorities in Saudi Arabia recently warned people to stay away from (sick) camels and to avoid raw camel meat and milk, after research suggested that the animals carry Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (...
by Cnet Analysis on May 16, 2014

Other cases MERS Virus Pop Up in Saudi Arabia

Musjack.com – Saudi Arabia has identified 18 new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), said late Wednesday that the total number of infections in the country so far 449 Four people died of the disease on Wednesday, raising the deat...

Mengenal MERS-COV dan Ancamannya

Mengenal MERS-COV dan Ancamannya – Beberapa waktu yang lalu tentu para sahabat Informasi Kesehatan pernah mendengar MERS-COV telah menyerang beberapa jamaah haji yang tengah menunaikan ibadah haji di Tanah Suci Mekah. Bahkan serangan tersebut telah...
by Informasi Kesehatan on May 5, 2014

Deadly MERS Virus Lands In Chicago, Discovered In Indiana

Uh-oh. MERS- which I’ve been blogging about for a while now- is here in the United States. And it traveled via international airlines to Chicago, then by bus to Indiana. From a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention press release about an hour...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 2, 2014

Mga Dapat Malaman Tungkol Sa MERS CORONAVIRUS

Ayon sa WHO, ilan sa mga common na sintomas ng Middle East Respiratory Syndrome o MERS CORONAVIRUS ay ang mga sumusunod:Acute serious respiratory illness na may kasamanag trangkasoHirap sa paghingaPneumonia, sa ibang mga pasyenteGastrointestinal Synd...
by Tips Ni Katoto on Apr 27, 2014

Mga Dapat Malaman Tungkol Sa MERS CORONAVIRUS

Ayon sa WHO, ilan sa mga common na sintomas ng Middle East Respiratory Syndrome o MERS CORONAVIRUS ay ang mga sumusunod:Acute serious respiratory illness na may kasamanag trangkasoHirap sa paghingaPneumonia, sa ibang mga pasyenteGastrointestinal Synd...
by Tips Ni Katoto on Apr 27, 2014

While Ebola Grabs The Headlines, Coronavirus Makes A Comeback In The Middle East

While I’ve been blogging about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa (121 dead last last I heard), I’ve noticed a different virus that I’ve talked about before is making a comeback further east. Deema Almashabi and Oliver Staley reporte...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 16, 2014

Acute bipolar disorder depression is associated with immune activation

Recent studies indicate that immune activation may be an important component of the pathogenesis of bipolar disorder. The study sample consists of 40 patients admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of acute bipolar depression. Blood samples were d...
by PolygenicBlog on Sep 25, 2013

MERS May Be More Contagious, Deadly Than SARS

Last week, I blogged about the World Health Organization having urged health workers around the world to be on the alert for symptoms of the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or MERS. (Editor’s note: The Centers for Disease Contr...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jun 20, 2013

WHO To Health Workers: Be On Alert For Viruses With Pandemic Potential

Prior to Survival And Prosperity’s two-week hiatus, I’d been tracking and blogging about viruses that have pandemic potential. This included the H7N9 bird flu virus in China and the novel coronavirus (nCoV) in the Middle East. While compiling mat...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jun 11, 2013

Cómo se contagia el peligroso coronavirus

La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) precisó, este lunes, que el nuevo coronavirus se contagia entre seres humanos sólo cuando hay un contacto muy estrecho con la persona enferma. Asimismo, detalló que no hay evidencias de una transmis...
by FlowDeBarrio.NeT.Do on Jun 10, 2013

2 new diseases – 1 related to SARS and 1 new bird flu – could both spark global outbreaks

Health-News.Network 2 new diseases – 1 related to SARS and 1 new bird flu – could both spark global outbreaks FILE – In this undated file image released by the British Health Protection Agency shows an electron microscope image of a...
by News-Canada.network on May 20, 2013

Pandemic Potential? H7N9 Bird Flu And Novel Coronavirus

Back on April 19, I asked if readers were paying attention to the spread of the H7N9 bird flu virus in China. That followed a similar post from February 18 about the novel coronavirus (nCoV). Here’s the latest regarding these deadly respiratory...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 14, 2013

WHO ALERT- Corona Virus- Contagious to Humans

There have been 34 reported cases of the Sars-like novel coronavirus, known as hCoV-EMC, which causes severe pneumonia in victims and sometimes kidney failure.http://uk.news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-infection-spreads-between-people-061050402.html#WAQQSp...


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