I got vaccinated against monkeypox in Nice, how does it work?

For monkeypox, Virus normally confined to the forests of tropical Africa, having transcended its endemic character to infect people around the world from May (following symptomatic outbreaks in the United States in 2003 and in Nigeria in 2017), it aroused two demons: the an almost unmanageable Covid crisis… and that of AIDS in the 80s. … Read more

Less frequent and darker urine, “roasted tongue”, skin fold test… how do you know if you’re drinking enough during the heat wave?

“I’m not thirsty doctor, you have to tell me to drink or I won’t think of it.” dr Renaud Ferrier, general practitioner and member of the URPS Liberal Doctors Paca, is regularly confronted with this answer when he asks his elderly patients about their water consumption. “Physiological alarm mechanisms are altered with age; Seniors do … Read more

when the “happy event” turns into a trauma

AFP, published on Friday, July 22, 2022 at 10:15 p.m The birth of a baby, the most beautiful day in a mother’s life? For some, this moment turns into a nightmare and triggers post-traumatic stress disorder that can have a lasting impact on you and your child. Since July 1st, an early postpartum consultation with … Read more

Tedros “concerned” seeks advice from the experts on the Emergency Committee

AFP, published on Friday, July 22, 2022 at 02:45 The WHO director-general said he was “concerned” about the rise in the number of monkeypox cases at the opening of the Emergency Committee meeting on Thursday and was seeking expert advice before deciding whether to go to the highest alert level in the organization. “I need … Read more

a New Yorker recounts his monkeypox experience

AFP, published on Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 04:00 ‘I don’t wish what I went through on anyone’: Healed of monkeypox that gave him ‘the worst pain of his life’, Kyle Planck, a 26-year-old New Yorker, regrets the lack of response from public health officials The first cases emerged in the United States on. This … Read more

Monkeypox requires 21 days of isolation, an “endless” period

MONKEYPOX – Alongside the seven days for people who have tested positive for Covid-19, the 21 days of monkeypox-imposed isolation appear much more “endless”. At least that’s what Sébastien, 32, felt, who affirmed: “Three weeks of isolation is not nothing”. In France, 1,453 people have officially been infected with monkeypox (Public Health France figures of … Read more

why hot weather is more dangerous for women

Several scientific studies indicate that women – especially those over 65 – are at higher risk of dying during heat waves. An increasingly serious gender inequality, the reasons for which are still poorly understood. Hundreds of people have already died from the high temperatures suffocating Europe this summer of 2022. Enough to fear the worst … Read more

when the “happy event” turns into a trauma

AFP, published on Monday, July 18, 2022 at 08:39 The birth of a baby, the most beautiful day in a mother’s life? For some, this moment becomes a nightmare and triggers post-traumatic stress disorder that can have a lasting impact on you and your child. Since July 1st, an early postpartum consultation with a doctor … Read more

Long lines in New York to get vaccinated against monkeypox

AFP, published on Monday, July 18, 2022 at 00:08 The grammar school in a Brooklyn high school, with its rows of tables and chairs and medical equipment, is reminiscent of an anti-Covid vaccination center: but it was for monkeypox that opened at New York’s “epicenter” on Sunday. American viral disease. Outside in Bushwick, a long … Read more