Could N-Acetylcysteine Serve As A Potentially Beneficial Agent For Patients With COVID-19?

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N-acetylcysteine is classified as a dietary supplement. It is an acylated form of the semi-essential amino acid cysteine. Cysteine is a sulphur containing amino acid which can become essential in certain conditions, such as regeneration of wounds or recovery from an infection. The amino acid is typically found in protein-rich foods such as turkey, chicken, cheese, eggs, yoghurt and sunflower seeds. It can also be found in legumes and other meats. One of the dietary supplement versions of cysteine is
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Vitamin D And COVID-19 – Current Knowledge Of Potential Connections

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With the rampant spread of COVID-19 across the globe and the death toll rising over two million, many people are trying to find ways to prevent catching the virus. People have also been heavily focused on staying as healthy as possible to fight off the infection in the event that they do happen to contract it. There have been copious amounts of information circulating providing tips and ideas to help prevent infection or grave consequences of catching COVID-19. Some of
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World Health: What Changed In 2020

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The year 2020 has seen vast changes in the health landscape, with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic being the most obvious. The way the global population receives and approaches healthcare has drastically changed. Not only have people begun to look towards new ways of accessing healthcare (the rise of telehealth being one specific example), they have also taken to new focus areas, such as avoidance of illness in contrast to treatment alone. It’s quite certain that 2020 will have
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3 Nutrition & Lifestyle Changes To Help Protect You From Coronavirus

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The latest coronavirus outbreak, COVID-19, has been dominating the news cycles since it first surfaced in December, 2019. At the time of writing, COVID-19 has infected just over 110,000 people around the globe, with roughly 3800 people dying from the disease. However, the mortality rate of the illness is very low, and the majority of people who have contracted COVID-19 have experienced only mild to moderate symptoms and have made a full recovery. Nonetheless, if you’re feeling worried, read on
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Cutting Through The Hype: How To Prepare For The Coronavirus If You’re Chronically Ill

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Since January, the news has been hyper-focused on one thing: COVID-19. The viral infection is a new disease in the coronavirus family – a large group of diseases that differ from strain to strain. COVID-19 is also referred to as the novel coronavirus or 2019-nCoV. The first documented instance of COVID-19 occurred in late December of 2019; the virus then spread rapidly across China. Since then, documented cases have been reported in many countries throughout the world. Doctors and researchers
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