Covid-19: new rebound of the epidemic

According to the government, the recall campaign is not advancing at a sufficient pace. CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT/AFP After a lull since the beginning of October, positive cases such as hospitalizations are distributed upwards in France. Will this pandemic ever end? The question may seem legitimate as long as the waves of Covid-19 have followed one another … Read more

detected in time, he is taking good care of himself

By Pauline Lena Posted yesterday at 4:11 p.m., Update yesterday at 4:15 p.m. If there are different forms of the pathology, all of which have given the visual field, chronic open-angle glaucoma represents 90% of cases among adults. Tymoshchuk – stock.adobe.com / Andriy Tymoshchuk / Tymoshchuk – stock.adobe.com / Andriy Tymoshchuk DECRYPTION – In France, … Read more

early warning signs

There are four main types of dementia, each of which expresses itself in a very specific way. sudok1 – stock.adobe.com OUR HEALTH ADVICE – About 1.2 million people live in France with a cognitive disorder that jeopardizes their autonomy. How to identify incipient dementia? Answer with two experts. “Alzheimer’s disease, dementia: these early signs that … Read more

China announces its first death since May

Beijing continues to apply the “zero Covid” strategy which aims to do everything to prevent contamination and therefore deaths. China announced on Sunday November 20 its first death from Covid-19 since May, an 87-year-old man in Beijing, where the increase in the number of cases is gradually leading to the closure of establishments and businesses. … Read more

Our emotions put to the test by lack

By Aurore Aimelet Published yesterday at 6:43 p.m., Update yesterday at 6:43 p.m. If human beings have always been wary of lack, today’s world does not help us much to keep our phlegm. pinel PSYCHOLOGY – At the supermarket, at the gas station or in love, the lack can be unbearable. Its learning is however … Read more

regeneration at the end of the reign?

The imagination of oncology seems limitless. 67635682/peterschreiber.media – stock.adobe.com DECRYPTION – Research is advancing towards ever more precise and personalized medicine. But the “old” treatments keep their usefulness. Surgery, purified, radiotherapy: for a long time, the triptych was essential against cancer. A massive bombardment which allowed real progress… but does not always manage to overcome … Read more

an epidemic difficult to analyze

Bronchiolitis was the cause of half of emergency visits by children under 2 in the first week of November. MORCILLO/BSIP via AFP Earlier, stronger: the wave affecting France no longer corresponds to pre-Covid benchmarks. The bronchiolitis epidemic, which mainly affects infants, has reached the highest level of hospitalization for more than ten years, announced this … Read more

The clitoris, an organ very rich in nerve fibers

An organ solely dedicated to pleasure, is the clitoris particularly erogenous because it benefits from exceptional innervation? (illustrative image). 384862638/uladzimirzuyeu – stock.adobe.com DECRYPTION – Under the microscope, American researchers found an even greater innervation than what was replaced. There has long been a kind of war of numbers between penis and clitoris to find out … Read more

In Bordeaux, a new clinic dedicated to people who are victims of TIA to prevent the occurrence of stroke

About 60,000 transient ischemic attacks (TIA) are recent in France each year. A quarter of strokes are preceded by an AIT and could therefore be eliminated. Weakness on one side of the body, paralysis of the face, speaking, loss of sight in one eye. So many signs suggesting a possible transient ischemic attack (TIA). A … Read more

Pharmacists now allowed to inject all mandatory vaccines

In addition to the flu and Covid-19, pharmacists can, as of Monday, inject 14 additional vaccines in their pharmacies provided that patients have a prescription. The prerogatives of pharmacists are expanding. From this Monday, November 7, it is now possible to be injected with all the compulsory vaccines and their reminders in pharmacies, indicated the … Read more