Inter-LGBT castigates the government’s “lack of preparation”

France has 1,567 confirmed cases of monkeypox, according to the latest report from Public Health France, established on Thursday, against 912 a week earlier. The Inter-LGBT “rebels“Monday July 25”in the face of inaction, lack of preparation and transparency of the governmentregarding the monkey pox epidemic, referring to “difficulties in making an appointment» for a vaccination … Read more

Majority of recent cases of monkeypox transmitted through sex

According to the new study of New England Journal of Medicine carried out in 16 countries, 95% of cases of contamination result from sexual contact. The vast majority of recent cases of monkeypox have been transmitted through sexual contact, according to the largest study to date, which also shows that the vast majority of those … Read more

Majority of recent cases of monkeypox transmitted through sex

According to the new study of New England Journal of Medicine carried out in 16 countries, 95% of cases of contamination result from sexual contact. The vast majority of recent cases of monkeypox have been transmitted through sexual contact, according to the largest study to date, which also shows that the vast majority of those … Read more

the second reminder extended to pregnant women and people at risk

Following the advice of scientific authorities, the government is extending the administration of a second booster dose in an “epidemiological context which remains worrying”. The government has decided to extend the administration of a second booster dose of the anti-Covid vaccine to pregnant women, to people under 60 years of age.at risk» and to those … Read more

first two confirmed cases in Ghana

By Clara Hidalgo Published yesterday at 5:28 p.m., Update yesterday at 9:52 p.m. A WHO doctor takes an oral sample from a patient, suspected of having Marburg hemorrhagic fever, in Kinguangua, DRC, May 6, 2005. CHRISTOPHER BLACK / WHO / AFP This is the first time that this hemorrhagic fever, as deadly as Ebola, has … Read more

“The effectiveness of the vaccine against malaria is insufficient”

By Marc Cherki Posted on 07/17/2022 at 16:59, Update on 07/17/2022 at 6:16 p.m. François Nosten, malaria expert and professor at the University of Oxford (here on May 19, in Paris). TUDAL LEGRAND/Le Figaro MAINTENANCE – This French doctor and researcher fights against malaria in Southeast Asia, where resistance to treatment has appeared. With more … Read more

authorities reassuring about vaccination despite criticism

In France, some vaccination centers have already been active for several days and others will open, starting this week and in the weeks to come. The Directorate General for Health (DGS) recognized on Tuesday July 12 “time limit“for the vaccination against monkey pox that the authorities have decided to offer preventively to the most exposed … Read more

Memory loss: when should you worry?

By Anne Lefevre-Balleydier Posted 3 hours ago, Update 2 hours ago “NOTYour memory is not comparable to a computer’s hard drive: it does not store memories, but rewrites them every nightremarks neurobiologist Luc Buée, head of a team studying the mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease and director of the Inserm Lille neurosciences & cognition research center. … Read more

“My daughter had to be amputated”

Meningococcal meningitis usually occurs in childhood (especially in children under one year old), as well as in adolescents and young adults (between 16 and 24 years old). Adobe Stock TESTIMONY – Rare and little known, this bacterial infection can lead to amputations or even death in just a few hours. Recently, a vaccine has been … Read more

The long Covid, a new chronic disease

By Anne Prigent Posted yesterday at 9:29 p.m., Update 1 hour ago The World Health Organization estimates that a quarter of people infected with Sars-CoV-2 have symptoms that persist for more than a month, and that at least one in ten is still sick after three months. Angie Wheeler/Cavan Images – stock.adobe.com DECRYPTION – Thousands … Read more