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COVID-19: How will we deal with colds in daycare and school this fall?

The beginning of the school year is approaching, but the parents have not finished uniting telecommuting and the children at home. As the cold and flu season approaches, little ones with only one symptom of the coronavirus – even a simple sore throat – will need to stay home. Although the measurement may seem dead – after all, preschoolers always …

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Asbestos residues threaten lakes and rivers

Despite spills of asbestos residues in several waterways in the Thetford Mines region, the Ministry of the Environment is hardly following up. A situation that worries the locals. • Also read: Asbestos still remains in Quebec Many citizens often use these waterways, and municipalities draw their drinking water from them. And yet asbestos mining residues collected in dumping (rock) remain …

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two new clusters in the Eysines

New positive cases have been identified in the metropolitan area of ​​Bordeaux, including two clusters of eight people in Eysinnes. Screening will intensify as new cases appear in the Bordeaux region. ► Two new clusters in Eysines Asked by France 3 Aquitaine on Thursday morning, the director of ARS, Hélène Junqua, mentioned two new clusters of eight people each, or …

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Doctors highlight unexpected new symptoms of coronavirus

Although it has become the main conversation, Covid-19 is a relatively unknown disease. Scientists who try to uncover its mysteries often go on eggshells. Gray areas include the effects of coronavirus on the human body, whether short or long term. If some symptoms are quite recurrent (cough, fever …), others appear at a time in people who have warned their …

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Reference health centers will be set up in the neighborhood

Reference health centers will be made available in the various neighborhoods to accommodate suspected cases of Covid-19, said Health Minister Khalid Ait Taleb. Speaking at a webinar organized by the Moroccan Society of Medical Sciences (SMSM), on the topic “On the Covid-19 epidemiological situation: the answer”, Ait Taleb said that reference health centers will be located in different districts to …

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Are there really cases of coronavirus re-infection?

Since the onset of the Covid-19 epidemic, several obvious cases of re-infection in patients considered cured have caused concern. But many hypotheses can explain this phenomenon. In the state of science, nothing proves in any case that there really are confirmed re-infections. Will the coronavirus epidemic never end? While laboratories are busy looking for a vaccine, a question remains unanswered …

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Nanotubes in the eye help us to see

A new blood redistribution mechanism, crucial for the proper functioning of the retina in adults, has just been discovered in vivo by researchers at the Research Center of the Center Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CRCHUM). Their study was published today in the journal Nature. “We have just revealed a structure for communication between cells that is crucial for coordinating …

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Covid test requests explode

Within a few weeks, Requests for Covid-19 screening tests have exploded in northern Franche-Comté. This is the discovery of the BioAllan laboratories, which bring together all the laboratories in Belfort and Montbéliard (excluding hospitals). Over 200 tests every day “In March, we had very few inquiries because social insurance had defined very strict criteria so that patients could be tested, …

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Coronavirus: Adolescents who vomit are sicker

More teens and young adults who wrap are diagnosed with COVID-19 and are more likely to develop symptoms of the disease, according to a US study. Researchers at Stanford University in California conducted a large survey in May with 4,351 participants aged 13 to 24 in the United States. Among those who reported being tested for COVID-19, adolescents who vomited …

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