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ชัวร์ก่อนแชร์ : งดข้าวเช้า ตายเร็วจริงหรือ ?
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Why you can’’t compare Covid-19 vaccines

In the US, the first two available Covid-19 vaccines were the ones from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna. Both vaccines have very high "efficacy rates," of around 95%. But the third vaccine introduced in the US, from Johnson & Johnson, has a considerably lower efficacy rate: just 66%. Look at those numbers next to each other, and it’’s natural to conclude that one of them is considerably worse. Why settle for 66% when you can have 95%? But that isn’’t the right way to understand a vaccine’’s efficacy rate, or even to understand what a vaccine does. And public health experts say that if you really want to know which vaccine is the best one, efficacy isn’’t actually the most important number at all.
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Stopping the spread of Covid-19 variants

When a virus is widely circulating in a population and causing many infections, the likelihood of the virus mutating increases. The more opportunities a virus has to spread, the more it replicates – and the more opportunities it has to undergo changes.
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What causes a virus to change?

When a virus is widely circulating in a population and causing many infections, the likelihood of the virus mutating increases. The more opportunities a virus has to spread, the more it replicates – and the more opportunities it has to undergo changes.
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เกร็ดความรู้คู่สุขภาพ I โรคพิษสุนัขบ้า

เกร็ดความรู้คู่สุขภาพในวันนี้ พามาพบกับวิธีการเตรียมรับมือและการป้องกันโรคพิษสุนัขบ้า
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เกร็ดความรู้คู่สุขภาพ I โรคสมองอักเสบจากภูมิคุ้มกันแปรปรวน

รู้เท่าทันปัญหาสุขภาพ พร้อมวิธีการรับมือ ป้องกัน และแนวทางการดูแลรักษา โรคสมองอักเสบจากภูมิคุ้มกันแปรปรวน
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Understanding the underlying genetics of COVID-19

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ภาพเคลื่อนไหว COVID-19: เกิดอะไรขึ้นถ้าคุณได้รับ Coronavirus

แอนิเมชันวิดีโอนี้บน COVID-19 และ coronavirus เป็นการทำงานร่วมกันระหว่าง Nucleus Medical Media และเพื่อนของเราที่ What If Channel หากต้องการดูสถานการณ์สมมุติที่น่าสนใจสุด ๆ ในร่างกายมนุษย์มนุษยชาติดาวเคราะห์และจักรวาลโปรดไปที่ What If Channel ที่
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Six things you need to know about Ebola

Find out how Ebola is transmitted, who is at risk of infections, what needs to be done to stop the chain of transmission and to stop an outbreak.
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Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

What do you know about the novel Coronavirus that is causing a health emergency? Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans.
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“สิงคโปร์โมเดล” ...คำตอบวิกฤตมหาชัย ? | เจาะลึกทั่วไทย | 23 ธ.ค. 63

เจาะลึกทั่วไทย Inside Thailand เล่าข่าวเจาะประเด็นโดย ดนัย เอกมหาสวัสดิ์ / อมรรัตน์ มหิทธิรุกข์ คุยข่าวได้ที่ Line : @insidethailand ชมสด ฟังสด... FB Live : เจาะลึกทั่วไทย Inside Thailand วิทยุ : FM 102.0 MHz. วิทยุออนไลน์ : http://www.102radio.net/102radioOnlin... ทีวี : ช่อง 9 MCOT HD หมายเลข 30
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Don’t Be A Holiday Super Spreader

Listen up: the holidays are here and we want to celebrate with all of our family and friends. That move is not in the playbook this year! We need to do the right thing a little bit longer to slow the spread of COVID-19. So be a team player, and do your part to help keep the holidays safe.
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How coronavirus is changing the world | DW Documentary

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Latest research: How to prevent coronavirus infections | COVID-19 Special

How do we get infected with the coronavirus? Japanese researchers have used a supercomputer to simulate how viral particles move. The simulation makes the invisible threat visible and could help people evaluate risk of infection. Their findings show how far even the smallest droplets can spread and demonstrate how masks, social distancing and humidity impact the spread of COVID-19. Their research suggests that the use of humidifiers may help limit infections indoors during times when regular ventilation isn’’t possible.
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African swine fever, China and the risk to the US

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ไทยประกันชีวิต บุพการีมีเงินใช้ [Official HD]

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Sharing COVID-19 experiences: The Thailand response

In response to community transmission of COVID-19, Thailand introduced a whole of society response, implementing a range of measures to contain the virus, including extensive testing, contact tracing, clear and consistent communications to the public, and nationwide mobilization of health workers. This video tells the story of Thailand’s response. More information: www.who.int/COVID-19
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COVID Diagnosis with PCR | Misinterpreting results | Cycle threshold explained

#PCR testing to diagnose #COVID may be resulting in wrong diagnoses, unnecessary scares about #reinfection, and wasted resources. This video explains why RT-PCR tests, which are the gold standard for diagnostic testing, may be hindering our fight against COVID-19; how, after seven months, we still aren’t doing testing right; and what experts believe needs to change. Most importantly, we explore the role of the cycle threshold in all of this. Check out what a "Ct" is and why experts are calling for greater reporting of the Ct in results and changes to its threshold in laboratory protocols. Check out my channel for all things public health: @Anthony Kuster
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Three factors help you make safer choices during COVID-19

Check out this animation and see how location, proximity and time can help you make safer choices when you’’re in an area of widespread COVID-19 transmission. For more information, go to: https://www.who.int/teams/risk-commun...
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How America Helped Stop Covid-19. Just Not in the U.S. | NYT Opinion

We’ve all heard how U.S. leadership failed its citizens with its pandemic response. We had the playbooks, we had the money, we had the experts. We just … didn’t use them. But it turns out, other countries did. Because U.S. public health leaders and scientists have been planning for a catastrophe just like Covid-19 for decades, and, in typical American fashion, we didn’t just write the pandemic playbook — we exported it around the world. In this video, we went searching for evidence that the public health innovations and scientific progress this country is famous for are still alive and well. Our journey to find lifesaving American initiatives introduced us to some interesting people: from a virus hunter in the bat caves in Thailand to a group of South Korean epidemiologists who just might have predicted this pandemic. What we found doesn’t change the fact that more than 220,000 Americans have died from Covid-19, but it sheds light on a part of the U.S. pandemic response that hasn’t gotten a lot of attention: that America’s decades of pandemic planning actually did save lives. Just not at home.
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Enoki Mushrooms - Listeria Infections

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