The world of mental illness is rife with enemies, so the Valencian Regional Government is developing a citizen convention on mental health.
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climate crisis

It is not enough to address the climate crisis: it is necessary to tackle the entire set of problems that contribute to exceeding planetary boundaries.
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This is a decisive decade in the fight against climate change, both in terms of mitigation and adaptation policies.
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While it would be unwise to consider SARS-CoV-2 as evolutionarily exhausted, it is beginning to struggle to find new evolutionary improvements.
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vaccine immunity

If the disease is defeated, immunity is more comprehensive, but less potent. It is therefore recommended that at least one dose of the vaccine be administered to people who have had the disease.
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Lukas souza - Plane Covid 19

The author reminds us that we are going into a pandemic summer and the situation will remain for a long time. We must be optimist, but remain cautious.
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54a-77

Science has shown us that alcohol use disorder is a chronic and relapsing disease, but talking about it in our culture is still complicated.
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vacunació infantil

Maria Garcés-Sánchez, specialist in paediatrics and researcher in the Vaccines Area at FISABIO, explains why vaccinating children against COVID-19 is not a priority at the moment.
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coronavirus vaccine

The vaccine protects us against severe forms of COVID-19, but does it prevent us from catching it or infecting others?
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Citizen science

The idea of citizen science brings with it tensions about the social nature of scientific truth.
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coronavirus UK

The new coronavirus strain identified in the United Kingdom presents different mutations. Alma Bracho, FISABIO researcher, explains.
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wall painting pandemic photo

We review, through articles published in Mètode, the news during these twelve months of SARS-CoV-2 health crisis.
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imatge fons coronavirus humans

Is it useful to talk about COVID-19 waves, or maybe other metaphorss such as forest fires can be more adequate?
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The author discusses how women have been rendered invisible during the COVID-19 pandemic and how we have experienced a regression in gender biases.
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suplement alimentari COVID-19

Essentially there is no supplement that can prevent the coronavirus, but many patients who have suffered from the coronavirus have vitamin D deficiency.
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Pexels

The virus has spread again in the different populations because we have lowered our protective measures, when we should have maintained them for a much longer period.
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covid 19 vaccine

On 9 November, Pfizer announced in a press release that their COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows 90 % efficacy. We analyse the situation with the voice of several experts.
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dna

The Nobel Prize for Chemistry has awarded Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for the development of CRISPR-Cas9 genetic editing tools. Lluís Montoliu analyses the journey to this award.
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vaccine

Vaccine development takes a long time, often more than fifteen years. The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has accelerated the process in record time. This race has only just begun and there is much to be learned in the near future.
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cygnus x 1 forat negre

The Swedish Academy has awarded Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel, and Andrea Ghez the Nobel Prize in Physics. What is behind this shared award? When did the debate on black holes start? An analysis by Manel Perucho.

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Fernando Ballesteros discusses the discovery of phosphine on Venus and other historical hypotheses regarding signs of life on other planets.
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Cartografia de la COVID-19

Through several maps, the text shows COVID-19's cartography and analyses the environmental factors that may have contributed to its spread.
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science covid-19

Those of us who are dedicated to the creation and dissemination of knowledge must make intelligent use of its contingent and provisional nature, to promote the idea that what may appear to be weaknesses are, in fact, the features that allow scientific knowledge to progress and be disruptive.
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cover trump pandemics management

The problem with the handling of COVID-19 in the United States has been more political than public health-related. When a country has a president who «didn’t know» and thought that «most people didn’t know» that the flu can kill people, what can be expected in terms of the handling of a pandemic?
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