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注意:这些关于“新冠肺炎”的偏方都没用

作者: 发布于:2020-03-18 08:14
吃大蒜能防新冠肺炎?每15分钟喝一次水?不能吃冰淇淋?交际网络上关于疫情以及防备病毒感染的谣言满天飞。其实这些偏方真的没用。
1. Lots of posts that recommend eating garlic to prevent infection are being shared on Facebook.   The WHO (World Health Organization) says that while it is "a healthy food that may have some antimicrobial properties", there's no evidence that eating garlic can protect people from the new coronavirus.   In lots of cases, these kinds of remedies aren't harmful in themselves, as long as they aren't preventing you from following evidence-based medical advice. But they have the potential to be.   The South China Morning Post reported a story of a woman who had to receive hospital treatment for a severely1 inflamed2 throat after consuming 1.5kg of raw garlic. We know, in general, that eating fruit and vegetables and drinking water can be good for staying healthy. However, there is no evidence specific foods will help fight this particular virus.     2.  YouTuber Jordan Sather, who has many thousands of followers3 across different platforms, has been claiming that a "miracle mineral supplement", called MMS, can "wipe out" coronavirus.   It contains chlorine dioxide - a bleaching4 agent.   Sather and others promoted the substance even before the coronavirus outbreak, and in January he tweeted that, "not only is chlorine dioxide (aka MMS) an effective cancer cell killer5, it can wipe out coronavirus too".   Last year, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned about the dangers to health of drinking MMS. Health authorities in other countries have also issued alerts about it.   The FDA says it "is not aware of any research showing that these products are safe or effective for treating any illness". It warns that drinking them can cause nausea6, vomiting7, diarrhoea and symptoms of severe dehyrdation.     3.  There have been many reports of shortages of hand sanitiser gel, as washing your hands is one key way to prevent spread of the virus.   But these recipes were for a disinfectant better suited for cleaning surfaces and, as scientists pointed8 out, not suitable for use on skin.   Alcohol-based hand gels usually also contain emollients9, which make them gentler on skin, on top of their 60-70% alcohol content.   Professor Sally Bloomfield, at the London School of Hygiene10 and Tropical Medicine, says she does not believe you could make an effective product for sanitising hands at home - even vodka only contains 40% alcohol.   For cleaning surfaces, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says most common household disinfectants should be effective.   4. The use of colloidal11 silver was promoted on US televangelist Jim Bakker's show. Colloidal silver is tiny particles of the metal suspended in liquid. A guest on the show claimed the solution kills some strains of coronavirus within 12 hours (while admitting it hadn't yet been tested on Covid-19).   The idea that it could be an effective treatment for coronavirus has been widely shared on Facebook, particularly by "medical freedom" groups which are deeply suspicious of mainstream12 medical advice.   Proponents13 of colloidal silver claim it can treat all kinds of health conditions, act as an antiseptic, and state it helps the immune system. But there's clear advice from the US health authorities that there's no evidence this type of silver is effective for any health condition. More importantly, it could cause serious side effects including kidney damage, seizures14 and argyria - a condition that makes your skin turn blue.   They say that, unlike iron or zinc15, silver is not a metal that has any function in the human body.     5. One post, copied and pasted by multiple Facebook accounts, quotes a "Japanese doctor" who recommends drinking water every 15 minutes to flush out any virus that might have entered the mouth. A version in Arabic has been shared more than 250,000 times.   Professor Bloomfield says there is absolutely no evidence this will help.   Airborne viruses enter the body via the respiratory tract16 when you breathe in. Some of them might go into your mouth, but even constantly drinking water isn't going to prevent you from catching17 the virus.   Nonetheless, drinking water and staying hydrated is generally good medical advice.   6. There are lots of variations of the advice suggesting heat kills the virus, from recommending drinking hot water to taking hot baths, or using hairdryers.   One post, copied and pasted by dozens of social media users in different countries - and falsely attributed to Unicef - claims that drinking hot water and exposure to the sun will kill the virus, and says ice cream is to be avoided.   Charlotte Gornitzka, who works for Unicef on coronavirus misinformation, says: "A recent erroneous online message...purporting18 to be a Unicef communication appears to indicate that avoiding ice cream and other cold foods can help prevent the onset19 of the disease. This is, of course, wholly untrue."   We know the flu virus doesn't survive well outside the body during the summer, but we don't yet know how heat impacts the new coronavirus.   Trying to heat your body or expose yourself to the sun - presumably to make it inhospitable to the virus - is completely ineffective, according to Prof Bloomfield. Once the virus is in your body, there's no way of killing20 it - your body just has to fight it off.   Outside the body, "to actively21 kill the virus you need temperatures of around 60 degrees", says Professor Bloomfield - far hotter than any bath or sauna.   Washing bed linen22 or towels at 60 degrees is a good idea, as this can kill any viruses in the fabric23. But it's not a good option for washing your skin.   And having a hot bath or drinking hot liquids won't change your actual body temperature, which remains24 stable unless you are already ill.
1 severely      adv.严格地;严峻地;十分恶劣地 参阅www.凯时例句:
  • He was severely criticized and removed from his post.他遭到了严峻的批判而且被撤了职。
  • He is severely put down for his careless work.他因工作上的粗枝大叶而遭到了严峻的批判。
2 inflamed      adj.发炎的,红肿的v.(使)变红,发怒,过热( inflame的过去式和过去分词 ) 参阅例句:
  • His comments have inflamed teachers all over the country. 他的谈论激怒了全国教师。
  • Her joints are severely inflamed. 她的关节严峻发炎。 来自《简明英汉词典》
3 followers      追随者( follower的名词复数 ); 用户; 契据的附面; 从动件 参阅例句:
  • the followers of Mahatma Gandhi 圣雄甘地的拥护者
  • The reformer soon gathered a band of followers round him. 改革者很快就取得一群追随者支撑他。
4 bleaching      漂白法,漂白 参阅例句:
  • Moderately weathered rock showed more intense bleaching and fissuring in the feldspars. 中等风化岩石则是指长石有更为激烈的变白现象和裂纹现象。
  • Bleaching effects are very strong and show on air photos. 退色效应十分激烈,而且反映在航空象片上。
5 killer      n.杀人者,杀人犯,杀手,残杀者 参阅例句:
  • Heart attacks have become Britain's No.1 killer disease.心脏病已成为英国的头号丧命疾病。
  • The bulk of the evidence points to him as her killer.很多依据证明是他杀死她的。
6 nausea      n.作呕,讨厌;极点的憎恨(或讨厌) 参阅例句:
  • Early pregnancy is often accompanied by nausea.怀孕期常有讨厌的现象。
  • He experienced nausea after eating octopus.吃了章鱼后他感到讨厌。
7 vomiting      吐 参阅例句:
  • Symptoms include diarrhoea and vomiting. 症状有腹泻和吐逆。
  • Especially when I feel seasick, I can't stand watching someone else vomiting." 特别晕船的时分,看不得人家呕。”
8 pointed      adj.尖的,开门见山的 参阅例句:
  • He gave me a very sharp pointed pencil.他给我一支削得十分尖的铅笔。
  • She wished to show Mrs.John Dashwood by this pointed invitation to her brother.她想经过对达茨伍德夫人提出开门见山的约请向她的哥哥表示出来。
9 emollients      n.光滑剂,润肤剂( emollient的名词复数 ) 参阅例句:
  • Do not use emollients or oils to lubricate the skin. 不要用润肤剂或油类来光滑皮肤。 来自辞典例句
  • Contains rich emollients found in jojoba oil and avocado oil. 含有荷荷巴油及牛油果油之丰厚润泽成分。 来自互联网
10 hygiene      n.健康法,卫生学 (a.hygienic) 参阅例句:
  • Their course of study includes elementary hygiene and medical theory.他们的课程包含根底卫生学和医疗常识。
  • He's going to give us a lecture on public hygiene.他要给咱们作关于公共卫生方面的陈述。
11 colloidal      adj. 胶状的, 胶质的 参阅例句:
  • Colloidal particles are bombarded by molecules of the dispersion medium. 胶粒会遭到分散介质分子的磕碰。
  • Frictional behavior is modified by colloidal silica or starch deposition. 耐磨损功能能够经过在织物上沉积胶状硅或淀粉一类物质而得到改进。
12 mainstream      n.(思维或行为的)干流;adj.干流的 参阅例句:
  • Their views lie outside the mainstream of current medical opinion.他们的观念不属于当今医学界观念的干流。
  • Polls are still largely reflects the mainstream sentiment.民调还在很大程度上反映了社会干流心情。
13 proponents      n.(某工作、理论等的)支撑者,拥护者( proponent的名词复数 ) 参阅例句:
  • Reviewing courts were among the most active proponents of hybrid rulemaking procedures. 复审法院是最活跃的混合型规矩拟定程序的建议者。 来自英汉非文学 - 行政法
  • Proponents of such opinions were arrested as 'traitors. ' 发起这种建议的人立刻作为“卖国贼”拘捕起来。 来自辞典例句
14 seizures      n.起获( seizure的名词复数 );没收;没收;起获的赃物 参阅例句:
  • Seizures of illicit drugs have increased by 30% this year. 本年违禁药品的扣押增长了30%。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Other causes of unconsciousness predisposing to aspiration lung abscess are convulsive seizures. 形成吸入性肺脓肿昏倒的其他原因,有惊厥发生。 来自辞典例句
15 zinc      n.锌;vt.在...上镀锌 参阅例句:
  • Brass is formed by the fusion of copper and zinc.黄铜是经过铜和锌的熔合而成的。
  • Zinc is used to protect other metals from corrosion.锌被用来维护其他金属不受腐蚀。
16 tract      n.传单,小册子,大片(土地或森林) 参阅例句:
  • He owns a large tract of forest.他具有一大片森林。
  • He wrote a tract on this subject.他曾对此写了一篇短文。
17 catching      adj.易感染的,有魅力的,诱人的,接住 参阅例句:
  • There are those who think eczema is catching.有人便是以为湿疹会感染。
  • Enthusiasm is very catching.热心十分赋有感染力。
18 purporting      v.声称是…,(装得)像是…的姿态( purport的现在分词 ) 参阅例句:
  • Cindy Adams (Columnist) : He's purporting to be Mother Teresa. 辛迪?亚当斯(专栏作家):他无意成为德兰修女。 来自互联网
  • To prohibit certain practices purporting to be sales by auction. 本法令旨在对看来是以拍卖方法作出的售卖中某些行为予以制止。 来自互联网
19 onset      n.进攻,突击,开端,忽然开端 参阅例句:
  • The drug must be taken from the onset of the infection.这种药必须在感染的最初期就开端服用。
  • Our troops withstood the onset of the enemy.咱们的部队抵御住了敌人的进攻。
20 killing      n.巨额利润;忽然赚大钱,发大财 参阅例句:
  • Investors are set to make a killing from the sell-off.投资者预备清仓以便大赚一笔。
  • Last week my brother made a killing on Wall Street.上个周我兄弟在华尔街赚了一大笔。
21 actively      adv.活跃地,勤勉地 参阅例句:
  • During this period all the students were actively participating.在这节课中所有的学生都活跃参加。
  • We are actively intervening to settle a quarrel.咱们正在活跃调停争论。
22 linen      n.亚麻布,亚麻线,亚麻制品;adj.亚麻布制的,亚麻的 参阅例句:
  • The worker is starching the linen.这名工人正在给亚麻布上浆。
  • Fine linen and cotton fabrics were known as well as wool.精密的亚麻织品和棉织品像羊毛相同闻名遐迩。
23 fabric      n.织物,织品,布;结构,结构,安排 参阅例句:
  • The fabric will spot easily.这种织品很简单玷污。
  • I don't like the pattern on the fabric.我不喜欢那块布料上的图画。
24 remains      n.剩下物,残留物;遗体,遗址 参阅例句:
  • He ate the remains of food hungrily.他饥不择食地吃剩下的食物。
  • The remains of the meal were fed to the dog.残羹剩饭喂狗了。


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