WHO calls for vigilance after dog infected with virus in Paris

To prevent the virus from spreading rapidly from domestic animals to animals outside the home, in particular rodents, the WHO recalls that the “waste management is essential”. Article written by Posted on 08/17/2022 20:39 Update on 08/17/2022 21:01 Reading time : 1 min. The evolution of monkeypox worries. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday … Read more

5 natural painkillers to reduce pain

If you have a toothache, backache, or any other type of pain, your first impulse may be to reach out for pain medication. Many people use medications, but these can come with the risk of side effects, drug interactions, and sometimes misuse. While certain circumstances may require a prescription or over-the-counter medication, it’s also possible … Read more

Monkey pox: vaccines against monkeypox are not 100% effective, warns WHO

The WHO was taking stock of public health problems and other pandemics currently being experienced, this Wednesday, August 17. More than 35,000 cases (including 2,749 in France), 12 deaths… these are the figures for monkey pox, announced this Wednesday by the WHO. If the disease continues to progress, “mainly in Europe and America” According to … Read more

The Benefits of Basil – Everyday Health

We know basil in the kitchen, very flavored and often associated with Italian or Asian cuisine. But the latter is also excellent for health. Discover its many benefits. antioxidant Rich in antioxidants, basil is perfect for fighting against the harmful effects of responsible free radicals, which cause premature aging of cells and the onset of … Read more

the rate of injections constantly increasing at the Paris vaccination center

Posted on 08/16/2022 15:11 Update on 08/16/2022 15:38 Article written by Opened in July, the vaccinodrome in the 13th arrondissement of Paris can now vaccinate more than 1,000 people per week and should further increase the number of injections. While Île-de-France is the region most affected by monkeypox, with 895 cases recorded by Public Health … Read more

Zimbabwe: More than 150 children died from measles outbreak, 2,000 infections reported in the country

Due to a delay in the vaccination of children, the number of measles cases increased by 400% in one year, between the first quarter of 2021 and 2022 in Africa. Ongoing, a measles outbreak has killed at least 157 children in Zimbabwe, announced the government, Tuesday, August 16. 2,056 people would be infected. According to … Read more

beware of gurus and charlatans

By Anne Lefevre-Balleydier Posted yesterday at 12:03, Update 1 minute ago Anyone who offers illusory remedies can be considered a charlatan,” explains Simon Schraub. ADOBE STOCK INTERVIEW – Simon Schraub, professor emeritus of medicine and former administrator of the National League against Cancer, exposes the risks of excesses in health, and how to guard against … Read more

is the epidemic already out of control?

06:00, August 16, 2022 The Covid-19 pandemic having made us Sunday epidemiologists, but without giving us the certainty of correctly interpreting the incidence curves, we submitted this burning question to our address book: “Is the progression of monkeypox exponential? » In other words, should we, in the heart of summer, raise the level of concern … Read more