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The Green Pass for accessing to public establishments became mandatory on Friday 6 August. The official certificate, adopted by the Government to verify the vaccination status, the result of the Covid test, or the remission from Covid, will be mandatory to go to lunch and dinner in indoor restaurants and bars, to attend gyms and...
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A rose in an ashtray: the image chosen for the World No Tobacco Day, established in 1988 by the World Health Organization to turn the spotlight on prevention and awareness on the dangers of smoke, and to offer help during the complex process of quitting.“Commit to Quit” is the slogan of the campaign launched this...
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The color chosen is blue and will illuminate several Italian cities, starting with government buildings and the Capitoline Hill. The story told is about autism spectrum disorders. The World Autism Awareness Day, established in 2007 by the UN General Assembly, wants to turn the light on that heterogeneous set of neurodevelopmental disorders expressed with different...
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The European Medicines Agency gave the green light to resume administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine. During a press conference, Emer Cooke, Executive Director at EMA, presented the results of the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) review, affirming that “the vaccine is not associated with an increase in the overall risk of thrombosis or blood clots”...
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Aiop Giovani ha sottoscritto una convenzione con UniCamillus – Università Medica Internazionale di Roma che permette ai dipendenti e agli associati Aiop e ai loro familiari conviventi di usufruire di determinate agevolazioni per i Master On-line di I livello di UniCamillus come la riduzione della quota di iscrizione del 20%. AIOP Giovani è la sezione...
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By Barbara Porcelli Population and epidemiologic development in the last 20 years in Italy, as in other countries, determined serious implications on the redefinition of healthcare and medical services’ organization. Among the most severe implications of this change there is the gradual ageing of the population and an increase of both incidence and prevalence of...
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World Day against Hepatitis, the second major killer infectious disease after tuberculosis, is celebrated every year on July 28th. In fact, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), hepatitis B (HBV) and C (HCV) virus infections cause 1.4 million deaths each year. In particular, individuals aged between 45 and 60 are more likely...
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The App can help limit the risk of contagion in an anonymous manner. Downloading it does not cost anything, does not involve any risk and is a civic way to actively participate in the country’s effort to get out of the emergency. It was officially announced on the MID (Italian Ministry of Technological Innovation and Digitization) website.Immuni App full...
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