Towards an epidemic recovery when restrictions are lifted? The scenarios envisaged by the Pasteur Institute

In a report published this Thursday, the Institut Pasteur considers different scenarios for the relaxation of health control measures from March 14, 2022. Finished, the Covid-19? Two years after the start of a historic pandemic, most health protection measures will be lifted, the government has announced. From March 14, the indoor mask and the vaccination … Read more

Influenza: Brittany goes into epidemic phase – Bretagne

In its latest weekly bulletin, Santé Publique France notes an “upsurge in the circulation of influenza viruses”. The indicators were on the rise last week, from February 28 to March 6, both in city medicine and in hospitals. In city medicine, the rate of consultations for flu-like illness was estimated at 88 per 100,000 inhabitants … Read more

Epilepsy and hearing loss, warning signs of Parkinson’s disease?

A study reveals certain symptoms that could alert to the underlying development of Parkinson’s disease. More than 160,000 French people have Parkinson’s disease and 25,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. This chronic disease evolves slowly with a preclinical phase preceding the appearance of the first symptoms. Typically, patients are asymptomatic until 50-70% of dopamine … Read more

Pesticides: “my back was soaked with herbicides”, victim of cancer, Julien Guillard seeks compensation from his former employers

Julien Guillard, a former agricultural worker then heavy goods vehicle driver, was exposed to pesticides and exhaust gases for several years. Victim of cancer, recognized as an occupational disease, he is asking his former employers for compensation at the Nantes court, this Wednesday, March 9 at 2 p.m. Julien Guillard’s life was completely turned upside … Read more

early menopause may increase risk of dementia

Menopausal women before the age of 40 would be 35% more vulnerable to the onset of dementia. Explanations. When menopause occurs before the age of 40, it is called early. A phenomenon that could have other health consequences. According to a study presented at the American Heart Association conference, women who go through menopause before … Read more

what are these new symptoms of Covid-19?

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brain damage with significant loss of gray matter

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) COVID-19 still kills millions today despite the availability of vaccines. After the initial infection has cleared, many patients have persistent symptoms, sometimes lasting up to months or years. Different studies have revealed that SARS-CoV-2 infection causes lesions in certain organs, such as the lungs … Read more