Can humans be infected with the “plague of pigs in Africa”?

What was the sudden outbreak of swine fever in Africa? Does classical swine fever infect people? Can pork be eaten normally? How can we prevent and control the epidemic of classical swine fever in Africa? Since August, three places in China, Shenyang, Zhengzhou and Lianyungang, have been affected by the outbreak of classical swine fever…

What age is suitable for HPV vaccination? Three problems of HPV Vaccine

A while ago, many girls came to ask about the HPV vaccine: What age is vaccinal HPV vaccine better? After having sex, vaccinate HPV vaccine again is useless? After having been infected with HPV virus, can you still be vaccinated with HPV vaccine? Let’s answer those three questions today. What age is suitable for HPV…

Eight important problems about rabies

September 28, is “World rabies Day,” why the World Health Organization to set up a special holiday for the disease? That’s because rabies is a terrifying infectious disease that kills 100% of the world’s population and kills nearly 60,000 people a year. In fact, rabies can be completely prevented or even eliminated in the world,…

Bill Gates spends 4 million U.S. dollars to “mating” mosquitoes to extinction

Once the summer is the season when the mosquitoes are infested, they often hear the “applause screaming” of killing mosquitoes. Even the world’s richest man, Bill Gates, hates such annoying creatures. According to foreign media reports, Bill Gates will spend 4 million U.S. dollars (about NT$122 million) to invest in a gene technology company, aiming…

Fat people are less susceptible to infection

Obesity can cause many health problems. However, the Australian Science and Technology News Network recently reported that a research team at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Aarhus in Denmark has discovered a benefit of obesity – it can increase people’s survival rate in infectious diseases. The researchers took 4 years to…

Nipah virus epidemic in southern India kills at least 11 people

India’s southern Kerala state of the recent epidemic of Nipah virus, as of 23, has caused at least 11 deaths. The Nipah virus epidemic appeared in Kerala Kozekod and Mereblum districts. Eight of the dead were from Kozecode district, including a family of three; the other three were from Mereblum district, including a nurse who…

How long can AIDS live?Can AIDS have children?

How long can AIDS live.  How long can AIDS live? The duration of asymptomatic period of infection can be long or short, less is 2 years, and more than 20 years. Its length is closely related to the route of infection. In general, the duration of infection through blood (mainly illegal blood collection and sharing syringe)…

Can AIDS cure? How to treat AIDS?

Can AIDS be cured?  Can AIDS cure? At present, there is still a lack of effective drugs to cure HIV infection worldwide. The current treatment objectives are: to minimize and sustain the viral load; to obtain immune function reconstruction and maintain immune function; to improve the quality of life; to reduce the incidence and mortality associated with…

How is HIV transmitted and how to prevent it?

The transmission of AIDS. What is the transmission path of AIDS? There are three main ways of HIV transmission, including sexual transmission, blood transmission and mother-to-child transmission, among which the main transmission route of AIDS is through sexual transmission and blood transmission. The transmission path of AIDS does not include general contact, so AIDS patients…

AIDS early symptom, AIDS has what performance?

Initial symptoms of AIDS. What are the initial symptoms of AIDS? Part at the beginning of the HIV infection in patients with no clinical symptoms, but most of the 6 solstice week can appear after HIV infection of HIV disease and clinical symptoms of acute damage produced by the immune system, HIV/AIDS in the early…

How did AIDS come about? Where was it originally from?

How did AIDS come about? There are gp120 and gp41 glycoproteins embedded in the lipoproteins of HIV (HIV) in vitro, and the CD4 glycoproteins on the surface of gp120 and lymphocytes have affinity, which can be combined with specificity. Gp41 mediated viral envelope fusion with host cell membrane. As a result, HIV can selectively invade…

AIDS/HIV: virus research and infection.

What is AIDS/HIV? What is AIDS? HIV/AIDS, also called acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), is caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection of an infectious disease, mainly through sex, blood contact or contact transmission from mother to child. After HIV infection, the immune function of the human body can be suppressed, which can lead to…