A first case of monkeypox in France

A first case of monkeypox in France

A first confirmed case of monkeypox was detected in Ile-de-France on Thursday, health authorities said on Friday. He is a 29-year-old man with no history of travel to a country where the virus is circulating, France’s Directorate-General for Health and Public Health said. As soon as his infection was suspected, this person was treated and … Read more

Monkeypox promotes Siga and other biotechs

(Boursier.com) — As European health officials drew attention to confirmed or suspected cases of monkeypox in several countries on Thursday, shares of several biotech companies that make vaccines and treatments for smallpox soared on Wall Street. So the American company Siga Technologies Soared 17% to $8.65 after being asked to place orders for its smallpox … Read more

Some tips to get rid of the smell of sweat

sweat actually nothing bad. She wears the protective cap for the body, because thanks to her, the toxins are eliminated. But when that sweat becomes excessive, we’re talking abouthyperhidrosis, because it releases a bad smell. That smell of sweat can result from several factors such as Skin diseases, poor diet or poor hygiene. The good … Read more

Study: An enzyme to predict risk of cot death?

Australian researchers have identified a biochemical blood marker that would identify infants at risk of cot death. The results of their study were published in The Lancet eBioMedicine. Almost 400 babies die each year in France from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) or unexpected infant death syndrome (IMD). It is also one of the leading … Read more

19 – End of the state of emergency in the metropolitan area of ​​Montréal and transition to recovery mode

MONTREAL, May 19, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Following the declaration of the local state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic on December 21, the Montreal agglomeration confirms the lifting of the local state of emergency on the territory on May 19, 2022. To this end, the agglomeration The Council has not extended its delegation … Read more

Special clinics for “Long COVID” and Lyme disease

About fifteen specialized clinics are deployed across Quebec to treat citizens with post-infectious symptoms caused by COVID-19, often referred to as “long COVID,” as well as those suffering from Lyme disease. . The pilot, which will be developed in the coming months, will include five referral centers and ten satellite clinics. The University of Montreal … Read more