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L’Afrique au défi du cancer de l’enfant : des objectifs ambitieux

Africa facing the childhood cancer challenge: ambitious goals Daily Sabah

Pediatric oncology is a relatively young medical specialty but which has experienced particularly rapid development throughout the last decades. This is due in particular to the very significant progress made in the care of these children and the considerable improvement in recovery rates observed over the past thirty years. However, this progress has only affected …

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Monkey pox: four pharmacies will experiment with vaccination

Monkey pox: four pharmacies will experiment with vaccination

According to the presidents of the Federation of Pharmaceutical Unions of France and the Union of Unions of Community Pharmacists, four pharmacies will test vaccination against monkeypox from Wednesday August 10, in Marseille, Fréjus, Lille and Paris. . The monkey pox vaccination campaign could change gears. After a first decree on July 26 to extend …

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Hypertension: cocoa to reduce blood pressure

Cocoa flavanols may help lower blood pressure, study finds. Cardiovascular health is essential to overall well-being and health. Risk factors for cardiovascular disease, such as high blood pressure, should be addressed early to reduce the risk of further complications. Lifestyle choices could help prevent blood pressure from rising above healthy levels. A recent real-world study …

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A shocking study questions the effectiveness of antidepressants

Thunderbolt within psychiatry. A study published at the end of July 2022 questions the benefits of serotonin and accuses antidepressants of having a placebo effect. An analysis that does not achieve consensus among scientists. 1.9 million. This is the number of additional antidepressants delivered in France between 2020 and 2021, according to an Epi-flagship report …

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Overcoming the genetic predisposition to prostate cancer

Overcoming the genetic predisposition to prostate cancer

Certain genes significantly increase the risk of prostate cancer, especially the more aggressive forms of the disease. Recent research confirms that this increased risk can however be greatly reduced by adopting good lifestyle habits. • Read also: Cowboys Fringants singer battles cancer We are the result of an interaction between the genes bequeathed by our …

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Top 9 things you don't know about bruxism (grinding your teeth) |  Topito

Top 9 things you don’t know about bruxism (grinding your teeth) | Topito

Bruxism, or teeth grinding, is an involuntary contraction of the jaws, usually during sleep. It makes noise, it destroys your teeth and you wake up the next day with pain. Here are some things you didn’t know about bruxism to better understand where it comes from, what it causes and how to bury alive your …

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Survey: 10% of Americans regret having been vaccinated against Covid, 15% suffer from a new health problem following vaccination

Survey: 10% of Americans regret having been vaccinated against Covid, 15% suffer from a new health problem following vaccination

According to a recent survey, 10% of Americans vaccinated against Covid‑19 regret having done so. In addition, 15% of the 1,038 adults who took part in the survey admitted that a doctor had diagnosed them with a new illness, weeks or months after being vaccinated. Children’s Health Defense (CHD) commissioned this survey two years after …

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Sitting for long hours: These stretches will come in handy!

Unsurprisingly, sitting all day long is hard on our physique. Even if dedicating a moment to sport is not enough to eliminate the effects of prolonged sitting, it can certainly be beneficial. According to some research, 60 to 75 minutes a day devoted to moderate-intensity physical effort would compensate for the various impacts of the …

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