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Chefarzt für Unfallchirurgie und Orthopädie (m/w/d)
Trauma Surgery in Niedersachsen Metropolregion
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New evidence confirms COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy is safe for babies

The largest study to date suggests that receiving an mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy may be associated with fewer general complications during birth.

How Ovarian Tissue Freezing Could Prevent Menopause - Possibly Forever

Most women agree that menopause has its advantages and disadvantages. Some relish the end of menstruation and concerns about unplanned pregnancies, while others dread the possibililty of hot flashes, moodiness, and other unpleasant symptoms.

U.S. adults face distress, unequal mental health care access during the COVID-19 era

U.S. adults experienced considerable psychological distress and adverse mental health effects as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic according to a study at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

Stress, Depression and Anxiety are all alleviated by Prebiotics, Probiotics

While depression was long characterized as “chemical imbalance” in the brain, scientists have since found out that it’s much more complicated than that. The theory of chemical imbalances helps us understand depression, but it doesn’t explain the underlying cause.

COVID-19 vaccinations have saved more than 1.4 million lives in the WHO European Region, a new study finds

Since their introduction in December 2020, COVID-19 vaccines have reduced deaths due to the pandemic by at least 57%, saving more than 1.4 million lives in the WHO European Region. Most of those saved were aged 60 or older, the group at highest risk of severe illness and death from the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The first vaccine booster alone saved 700 000 lives.

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