Cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and dementia are common chronic conditions in old age. Osteoarthritis, diabetes, and related mobility disabilities will increase in prevalence as the population ages. These population changes have considerable public health importance. No matter your age, it is important to take care of your body and prevent illness. But if you are older, the flu or common cold can progress and lead to complications. This includes secondary infections like pneumonia, bronchitis, an ear infection, or a sinus infection.
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Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is critical to your protection. When COVID-19 cases spread, everyone is at risk of contracting the infection.
Long COVID is not medically definitive but a term that describes a portion of the population struggling with symptoms for weeks or months after being infected with COVID-19, not just those who were seriously ill.
As cases of COVID-19 begin to peak in some parts of Bangladesh, health experts say a variety of factors, including the potential to develop
Vaccination is the key factor to minimise the risk of COVID-19, especially at a critical time like this when we are also facing added worries of an
To understand how COVID-19 vaccines work, it helps to first look at how our bodies fight illness. When germs, such as the virus that causes COVID-19, invade our bodies, they attack and multiply. This invasion, called an infection, is what causes illness. Our immune system uses several tools to fight infection.
The world has successfully completed history’s fastest development of a new vaccine. The vaccines for COVID-19 are said to be safe. Will life be the same after vaccination?