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The man with the three faces spoke for a new transplant

Jérôme Hamon had three faces during his life. After the failure of a first face transplant, performed due to a genetic disease, he underwent another operation of the battle in January and now he learns to live with his new "identity". This 43-year-old Frenchman, who is still a hospital for three months after surgery in Paris, is the first person …

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Sedentary lifestyle is associated with cardiovascular mortality in the elderly – Medical news

Spanish researchers have shown that people over the age of 65 who spend a lot of time are at greater risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. Older adults invest a high proportion of their time in sedentary behaviors. | Pexels "height =" 380 "src =" http://www.agenciasinc.es/var/ezwebin_site/storage/images/noticias/el-sedentarismo-se-asocia-con-mortalidad-cardiovascular-en- mayores / 6161170-1-esl-MX / Sedentary-is-associated-with-mortality-cardiovascular-and-mayores_image_380.jpg "style =" display: inline; "width =" 572 "/> According …

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Hospitals will have a unified digital register of vaccines – ElSol.com.ar – Diario de Mendoza, Argentina

By Resolution No. 449, the Ministry of Health will implement mandatory uniform registration of vaccines throughout the province. This will be done through the programmed healthcare system (SAMEP). This will be done because vaccines, along with drinking water, have been recognized by the World Health Organization as the two most important measures. impact on the reduction of morbidity and mortality …

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Treatment for haemophilia has not been in place for two years

For two years, the National Hemophilia Center has been in need of interrupting the treatment of all its patients, since the state has not been able to respond to this asset since 2016. This situation obviously affects the hemophilic population in the country. "Mortality has increased especially in patients with complications who do not respond to their standard treatment," says …

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They call for risk groups to be vaccinated

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The campaign against the vector musicals of Dengue, Zika and Chikungunya continues today in this capital

The campaign against the vector mosquito of Dengue, Zika and Chikungunya continues today in this capital Tuesday, April 17, 2018 00:00 Source Reduce Source "title =" Reduce Source "/ > It is not appropriate to store the already used containers The importance of daily prevention and use of repellent with renewals every three hours. On Tuesday will the campaign against …

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Addictions: "In Tucumán, an alarming situation arises"

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has for decades warned that the "most frequent drug startups for patients" were "alcohol and tobacco, followed by marijuana" participated in treatment centers based on regional tasks. "Although the illegal drugs with the greatest health effects have been cocaine, base paste and cracks." The problem of drug abuse affects primarily …

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Importance of being a bone marrow donor

It is one of man's most precious acts. And even though we live in an increasingly materialistic and individualistic society, solidarity occurs in some way when collective disasters arise, it has a hand to those who are cross-border or living in social exclusion. A small act of generosity can be used to save a life. On April 1, the National …

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Sitting sitting not only affects the heart but also the memory

Staying long during the day and not exercising physical activity has long been linked with cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. However, a study by the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), in the United States, goes on to indicate that this also affects the health of the brain, to the point it can damage regions that are fundamental to the …

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How chronic fatigue affects mental health

Difficulty sleeping or falling asleep is a symptom of chronic fatigue. Mental fatigue can trigger cortisol, a substance that is released as stress and can cause memory loss. We live in a society increasingly competitive, focusing on filling work and studying goals rather than forming a family and living in harmony and health. People with work and studies are seen …

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