A major discovery could save 10 years of prostate cancer research

A major discovery could save 10 years of prostate cancer research

Reading time: 2 min – Spotted on interesting technique The course of the disease in prostate cancer is characterized by an overproduction of androgen hormones. One way to slow cancer progression is to lower this hormone level through anti-hormonal therapies. As Interesting Engineering points out, this method works for some patients, but sometimes cancer cells … Read more

the limits of vaccination

The epidemic recurrence of Covid-19 by variants BA.4 and BA.5 worries health authorities, who are launching a fourth vaccination campaign. However, vaccination itself could promote infection. Explanations. The risks of compulsory vaccination for everyone Jean-Marc Sabatier, you have just co-authored a well-documented article in a scientific journal that seems to show that anti-Covid vaccination would … Read more

New strain of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever: what are the symptoms of this tick-borne disease that kills up to 40% of those infected?

While recently in Russia a new strain of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever was detected. The Independent takes stock of the symptoms that can be alarming. On Tuesday, Russian scientists from Sechenov University in Moscow discovered one new tribe of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fevera disease with a mortality rate of up to 40% that worries her. Also read: … Read more

Main causes and what to do?

Research shows that hair loss in women is common and associated with low self-esteem. The most common form of hair loss in women is called androgenetic alopecia, or female pattern baldness. A recent study dispels the misconception that midlife hair loss is something only men need to worry about. The researchers found that more than … Read more

the virus would increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or stroke

THE ESSENTIAL This increased risk could be linked to the inflammation caused by the virus. The incidence of other neurodegenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome and narcolepsy did not increase with Covid-19 infection. Since the beginning of the pandemic, almost 540 million people have been infected with Covid-19 worldwide. More than two years … Read more

Covid-19: according to a study carried out in Toulouse, more than half of the patients in intensive care retain consequences

the essential More than 50% of patients leave an intensive care unit with physical and/or psychological consequences. Covid-19 has brought to light interest in adopting post-resuscitation syndrome. Studies and projects are carried out at the Toulouse University Hospital. During the Covid-19 epidemic, several thousand people were admitted to the intensive care unit in France because … Read more

3 Diet Changes Women Over 50 Should Make

THE ESSENTIAL In France, it is estimated that 39% of women around the age of 65 suffer from osteoporosis. Sarcopenia affects 25% of people over the age of 70. A severe vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to nerve damage, loss of feeling in hands and feet, motor disorders or even dementia. Nutritional needs change throughout … Read more

Green light from HAS to extend skills to nurses, pharmacists and midwives

orange with media services, published Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at 4:31 p.m This Tuesday, June 28th, the High Authority for Health (HAS) gave a favorable opinion on the extension of vaccination competences to nurses, pharmacists and midwives for children from the age of two. HAS green light. With the aim of “increasing the vaccination rate”, … Read more