Coronavirus

Why does the mathematical model that predicts the coronavirus curve consider the dead as “recovered”?

The SIR mathematical model, which stands for “susceptible”, “infected” and “recovered”, was created almost 100 years ago. The news that Chile was counting the deceased by covid-19 as “recovered” was published by media around the world and circulated on social …

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Coronavirus in children: the strange syndrome that is affecting minors in Europe and why doctors say it is not a cause for alarm

  An internal message dedicated to doctors in these two countries ended up in the networks and this generated fear in many parents. But how justified is this fear? Shortly after the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak broke out in December in China, …

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Coronavirus: the ancestral origin of our need for physical contact and how its absence deprives us of the hormone of happiness

Touching or contacting loved ones is something we need because of our evolutionary past as primates, says a professor of evolutionary psychology and explains why not doing so affects us. While many of us can still see or speak to …

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