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Substitute For Versus Substitute With

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Do you know the difference between substitute for and substitute with? Here we answer the question along with some examples. What is the Difference Between Substitute for and Substitute With? In substitute for, the first object mentioned replaces or takes the place of the second mentioned. In substitute with, the second object mentioned, replaces or takes the place of the first mentioned. For example: I will use vanilla bean to substitute for vanilla syrup. This means, I will substitute vanilla syrup with vanilla bean. In both cases, I will use vanilla bean, NOT vanilla syrup. When Should You Use Substitute for? You use substitute for when you are using B as a replacement for A. For example: I will use vanilla bean (B) as a substitute for vanilla syrup (A) in this recipe . In this scenario, the recipe calls for vanilla syrup but the baker prefers to use vanilla bean instead. Or, the baker may not have vanilla syrup on hand, Rather, he or she has vanilla bean in the pantry. To put this

Why Could COVID-19 Vaccines Cause Adverse Effects Such as Myocarditis?

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Answer: Myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and Pericarditis (inflammation of the outer lining of the heart) result from the body immune system's response to an infection or a trigger (including the COVID-19 imitating or inactive virus). Source  (CDC) Australia Department of Health explains (in the section  How Do COVID-19 Vaccines Work ) that COVID-19 vaccines like BioNTech, Pfizer Comirnaty , Moderna mRNA-1273 Spikevax , and Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (AZD1222) Vaxzevria or Covishield  trains our body's immune system to recognise and cleanse our bodies from viruses or bacteria that could cause COVID-19. As the COVID-19 imitating (or inactive) vaccine enters the human body, our immune system learns to spot and deal with the more serious and actual COVID-19 virus.  It is interesting to know that old-school vaccines like Synovac contain the real inactive COVID-19 virus. (A bit scary though, since you can develop a full-on COVID-19 sickness). As the body lea