Cases of childhood hepatitis of unknown origin detected in five European countries

The pediatric department of the Poitiers hospital (pictured). AFP / GUILLAUME SOUVANT Cases of hepatitis in children, of unknown origin and already identified in the UK, have been detected in four other European countries, the European Center for Prevention and Treatment announced on Tuesday 19 April. . “Following the cases of acute hepatitis of unknown … Read more

Cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin detected in children in several countries

The World Health Organization is investigating these cases of sometimes severe liver inflammation. The usual hepatitis viruses were not detected in these sick children. A “strange and alarming” type of hepatitis, according to Science magazine. The World Health Organization said on Friday it was monitoring dozens of children under the age of 10 in the … Read more

The older we get, the slower we mutate

This is a new stage in the long search for the causes of biological aging. New, but not quite so new: the study published in the specialist journal on April 13th Natureactually comes to the fore “a hypothesis put forward in 1952 by a future Nobel laureate, Peter Medawar [1915-1987]but so far unprovable: the idea … Read more

Cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin detected in children in several countries

The World Health Organization is investigating these cases of sometimes severe liver inflammation. The usual hepatitis viruses were not detected in these sick children. A “strange and alarming” type of hepatitis, according to Science magazine. The World Health Organization said on Friday it was monitoring dozens of children under the age of 10 in the … Read more

Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss and Good Health – When and What to Eat After This Beneficial Program?

Intermittent Fasting is the New Keto! In other words, it’s one of the most popular nutrition trends in the world right now. People adopt it to lose weight and improve their health while simplifying their lifestyle. Yes, this diet is not difficult to follow at all and many studies show that it can be very … Read more

Billions of genetically engineered mosquitoes being released in the US

Rory Morrow Great Britain Apr 17 4 minutes Male mosquitoes do not bite or spread disease. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted approval the release of more than 2 billion genetically modified mosquitoes in the states of California and Floridawith the aim of combating diseases such as dengue fever and the Zika … Read more

Covid-19: tinnitus, hearing loss… Contagion and vaccination cause hearing problems?

the essential The WHO says there is a link between vaccination against Covid-19 and possible hearing problems in some patients. These symptoms are also described in many patients infected with the virus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, some people have complained that they can no longer hear properly. Covid-19 or vaccines: both appear to … Read more

Diet rich in vitamin K to reduce risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s

Dementia is a disease that affects cognitive function. Symptoms can include memory loss and dysfunction, which can affect quality of life.In a new rodent study, scientists looked at how vitamin K may affect the cognitive abilities of aged rats. Researchers have found that the vitamin has the potential to improve cognitive abilities and protect against … Read more

Can it cause an “eye pop”?

Months go by and studies on Covid-19 let us know a little bit more about the impact of the virus on our general health every day. Researchers at the University of Michigan have looked at a little-documented collateral damage: retinal vascular occlusion. As evidence, today they are the first to establish a link between Covid-19 … Read more