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women called to testify

After warning about the risk of meningioma, a brain tumor, in women taking Lutéran or Lutényl, the Medical Products Agency opens a public consultation and urges patients to express themselves until 30 September. These pills are administered especially during menopause or in cases of endometriosis. Summary [Mise à jour le mercredi 23 septembre à 12h11] The Medical Products Agency launches one …

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New study reveals that not all Vikings were Scandinavian

Artistic recreation of southern European Vikings showing the flow of foreign genes in Viking-era Scandinavia – © Jim Lyngvild The Vikings, who are often portrayed as a blonde-haired, slaughtered hungry Scandinavian people, had much more different origins than their current image suggests, according to this new study. A stereotypical image Published in the magazine Nature, this new research suggests it …

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Dengue epidemic: here too it is getting worse

In early September, the number of clinical proposals for dengue fever per week, seen in medical consultation, reached its maximum level since the epidemic began (mid-October 2019). In addition to the alarming recovery from Covid-19, the archipelago is facing a dengue epidemic that is also experiencing an acceleration according to the latest surveillance bulletin published on Friday by Public Health …

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COVID-19: five homes for seniors on the red list

If the case of COVID-19 infection is lower than in the spring in nursing homes in Quebec, there are still five who are currently in a “critical situation” and placed on the government’s red list. Published 22 September 2020 at 18:11 Stephanie MarinThe Canadian Press A facility is located there when more than 25% of its inhabitants are infected with …

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Bas-Saint-Laurent wants to avoid the orange zone at all costs

RIMOUSKI – Bas-Saint-Laurent has been in the yellow zone for over a week. The increase in cases of coronavirus has raised fears of the worst, but with the situation now under control, the region narrowly avoids the orange zone. • Also read: COVID-19: 489 new cases in Quebec, hospital stays increase What is the effect of these color changes on …

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7 signs to warn! – Le7tv.ma

This Monday, September 21, was the 26th World Alzheimer’s Day. This neurodegenerative disease affects millions of people around the world and the number of patients is expected to double by 2050. It cannot be cured, but its development may slow down. Warning signs can warn and enable early diagnosis and appropriate treatment! … Here are the seven most important signs: …

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reduction of hospital stays for myocardial infarction during confinement

Between the four weeks before delivery and the following four, hospital stays for myocardial infarction decreased by 30%. Why such a phenomenon? In this study, researchers are trying to understand the reasons for this sudden decline. During the containment, the French abandoned the rescue service for fear of getting Covid-19.”This concern may have been reinforced by the overarching message of …

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Tunisia: Acquisition of 310,000 doses of influenza vaccine (Minister of Health)

// auto_nbsp ($ content, $ echo); ?> 22-09-2020 The Minister of Health, Faouzi Mehdi, announced on Tuesday, September 22, the acquisition by his ministry of 310,000 doses of anti-influenza vaccines, which will be available in basic health centers and private pharmacies from the first week of October. These vaccines are particularly targeted at vulnerable categories, and those most at risk …

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Ultrasound to detect epilepsy earlier

THE ESSENTIAL Current detection methods for this form of epilepsy fail to visualize epilepsy-induced changes in the brain until after significant damage. The results showed a more rigid hippocampus in the group of patients with epilepsy. ERM allows earlier detection of the disease, which allows better management. The hippocampus can be used as a gateway to examine the presence of …

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