Our senses will also most likely develop new ways to sense potential health threats. Our sense of smell will be heightened and able to detect elevated levels of carbon dioxide and other green house gases. The yes will most like develop a way to sense ultraviolet light, increasing our chances of survival in a polluted world..
By Matthias BlamontPARIS () Sanofi has temporarily stopped recruiting new COVID 19 patients for two clinical trials on hydroxychloroquine and will no longer supply the anti malaria drug to treat COVID 19 until concerns about safety are cleared up, it said on Friday.The moves come after the World Health Organization paused its large trial of hydroxychloroquine, prompting several European governments to ban the use of the drug, also used in rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. President Donald Trump, as drugmakers and governments race to find ways to treat patients and control the novel coronavirus.Sanofi has been conducting two randomised, controlled clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine for COVID 19.The first was expected to test 210 patients in United States, France, Belgium and the Netherlands who were not in hospital and suffering from the early stage of the disease while the second focused on hospitalised patients with moderate to severe COVID 19 in Europe. It was planned to include around 300 patients.The WHO’s concerns centred on a report published by British journal The Lancet that patients getting the drug had increased death rates and irregular heartbeats.Sanofi and rival Novartis have pledged donations of tens of millions of doses of the drug for COVID 19.
OverfishingIn 1997 98 we fished 93 million tons of fish out of the sea and due to the evolution of fishing technology we are now capturing 400% more fish than we did in 1950. It is becoming clear that the oceans are having a hard time sustaining this and many fish are going “commercially extinct” meaning there is no longer enough of them to bother fishing for. This usually leads to their actual extinction not much longer down the road.
School based health education has been poorly described and inadequately evaluated.7 8 9 10 11 Health education in general has been criticised for a low level of evaluation and poor evaluation design.12 13 Many evaluations describe the process of implementing interventions rather than the impact of these on health related outcomes. Hand searches were carried out of the journals Health Education Research, Health Education Journal, Health Education Quarterly, AIDS Education and Prevention, The Journal of School Health, and Family Planning Perspectives from 1982 to 1994. Contacts with other researchers generated additional studies, as did trawling through the bibliographies of located ones (which resulted in adding some pre 1982 studies).