The Russian dietitian, Elena Solomatina, revealed the people who should not eat pineapple.
According to the expert, pineapple is a very useful fruit that helps the immune system and positively affects bacteria. It also contains vitamin C, potassium and the enzyme bromelain, which helps break down proteins.
She indicated that although pineapple has a positive effect on muscles, ligaments, blood vessels, skin, immune system and nervous system, and helps remove excess fluid from the body, it must be handled with caution.
“People with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract characterized by high pH (ulcers, gastritis, colitis, etc.) should not eat pineapples in the acute stage, and preferably refuse it with intolerances and allergies,” she told the Russian newspaper “Vechernaya Moskva”.
New Langya virus infects 35 people in China; experts studying whether it can spread between humans
Hong Kong police arrested two civil servants for speech crimes under its national security law, as authorities expand their crackdown on dissent to government workers.
National security police arrested two men, aged 28 and 29, on Tuesday (Aug 9) morning for publishing social media posts that promoted “ill-will and enmity between different classes of the population of Hong Kong”, officials said in a statement.
One of the arrested was a Home Affairs Department clerk, while the other was a systems analyst at the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer. Both were administrators of a Facebook group called “Civil Service Secrets”, local media reported.
Police also arrested two paramedics on suspicion of fraud and are investigating five Fire Services Department workers in connection with the case.
Those probes come after an immigration officer and government IT technician were arrested by security police under sedition charges last week.
Hong Kong introduced a loyalty oath for civil servants in October 2020, after government workers took part in the previous year’s street protests.
Surgeons in Saudi Arabia save a child from a rare and deadly brain illness.
A two-year-old Saudi boy underwent a life-saving procedure to remove a burst cyst, a rare congenital defect that may have resulted in a deadly brain infection.
Surgeons at Makkah’s Maternity & Children Hospital undertook a four-hour procedure to save the child’s life after he acquired repeated brain infections.
The hospital’s experts revealed the youngster had a congenital cyst.The medical team explained in a statement released by the hospital that the mother noticed the child “holding his head and crying continuously.”The condition developed into pus coming out of the back of the two-year-old boy’s head, and losing consciousness and movement.
When he was taken to the hospital, an MRI indicated that the congenital cyst had grown in size, with pus accumulating in the cerebellum and pressing on nearby nerve tissue.
The condition could have been fatal if not treated.
The successful surgery that was performed using a microscope took four hours, after which the child was discharged.
Arachnoid cysts are the most common type of brain cyst. They are congenital (present at birth) lesions that occur as a result of the splitting of the arachnoid membrane. The cysts are fluid-filled sacs, not tumors, appearing in one of the three layers of tissue covering the central nervous system.
Surgical treatment of this condition involves draining the cyst by drilling a small hole or by opening the skull and making small openings in the cyst to open the natural fluid pathways in the brain.
Experts warn of a single behavior in the grocery store that c monkeypox
Experts have warned that the only way to catch “monkeypox” is inside the grocery store.
Stuart Campbell-Ray, vice president of medicine for data integrity and analytics, and professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University, told Eat This, Not That the risk of infection is certain “if a person tends to kiss or hug other sick shoppers.”
Ray’s warning came in line with the instructions of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in America, which is that “monkeypox” is transmitted through direct contact with an infectious rash, crusts, or body fluids on the face, mouth, hands, feet, chest, or other areas of the body. the body, not through the air like (Covid-19).
In this regard, Dr. Stuart Campbell Ray advises wearing a “high-quality and well-equipped” medical mask while shopping in the grocery store, even more than two years after the start of the new “Corona” epidemic.
Other symptoms of monkeypox include fever, headache, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes, chills, and fatigue.
Monkeypox has spread to many countries, including America, where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed nearly 5,000 infections since May 2022.
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