Investigating an unexplained hepatitis that caused the deaths of five children

US health officials said Friday they are investigating 109 cases of unexplained hepatitis in children in the United States, including five deaths. These cases of severe hepatitis are also a concern in Europe, where many cases have also been detected and scientists around the world are working to understand the cause. In the United States, … Read more

why pandemics are likely to multiply

Scientists estimate that due to the evolution of our environment and lifestyle, new pandemics of the magnitude of Covid-19 are likely to emerge in the coming years. Experts sound the alarm. While the Covid-19 epidemic is currently declining without being over, scientists are already considering the consequences and believe that new pandemics are likely to … Read more

US investigation into five child deaths from unexplained hepatitis

100 cases of severe hepatitis have been identified in 25 states and US territories. The US health authorities announced Friday, May 6, that they are investigating 109 cases of unexplained hepatitis in children, including five deaths. also readMysterious cases of hepatitis: Nearly 230 probable cases worldwide, according to WHO These cases of severe hepatitis are … Read more

The 8 surprising benefits of lime water

Drinking a reasonable amount of water, especially with the addition of lime, can provide some health benefits such as: B. assisting with weight control, skin health and prevention of kidney stones. The body needs water to survive, and drinking enough is critical to maintaining optimal health. Water allows the human body to be properly hydrated. … Read more

Note, for everyone in the fall?

COVID VACCINE REMINDER. The booster vaccine limits severe forms of Covid-19 disease by strengthening the immune system. 15% of people aged 80 and over have received the fourth dose of the coronavirus vaccine. For whom today? And for whom in autumn? Duty at 60? summary [Mis à jour le 6 mai 2022 à 11h18] That vaccination more … Read more

RIGHT OR WRONG. Are phone waves responsible for early Alzheimer’s, as a recent study claims?

the essential A recent study links smartphones and other Wi-Fi networks to the risk of early development of Alzheimer’s disease. The midi dispatch make the point A study published March 11 in the journal Current Alzheimer’s research, links the development of early cases of Alzheimer’s to excessive exposure to electromagnetic waves, particularly from cell phones … Read more