How healthy eating can reduce the risk of depression

By Anne Prigent Posted yesterday at 7:38 p.m., Update 4 hours ago The Mediterranean diet favoring, in particular, fish, vegetables and olive oil, has a protective effect against anxiety and depression. Anton – stock.adobe.com DECRYPTION – Psychonutrition studies the growing links between mental health and diet. War in Ukraine, climate change, risk of a new … Read more

Good physical activity seems to limit the risks associated with Covid

People who engage in regular physical activity are less likely to catch Covid-19 and develop a severe form, concludes a study published on Tuesday August 23, which however has many limitations. “Regular physical activity is associated with a lower risk of infection” to the coronavirus, as well as a better prognosis for “hospitalizations, severity and … Read more

the promise of electrical stimulation to improve memory

A session of transcranial electrical stimulation, called “alternating current”, carried out by the American research team of Professor Robert Reinhart. Prof. Robert Reinhart DECRYPTION – A non-invasive technique using microcurrents produces lasting effects on brain performance in older adults. Improve your memory in a lasting way thanks to a few sessions of transcranial electrical stimulation, … Read more

How to get back to sleep without drugs

By Christine Baudry Published yesterday at 6:45 p.m., Update yesterday at 6:45 p.m. The brain that demands rest sends signals that should not be overlooked. 59102940/olly – stock.adobe.com OUR HEALTH ADVICE – Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy has proven itself against insomnia. Everyone can learn to use it. “L’chronic insomnia is often linked to inappropriate behavior that we … 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

Monkey pox, an epidemic that remains quite mysterious

By Stephany Gardier Published on 08/12/2022 at 6:34 p.m., Update on 08/12/2022 at 6:34 p.m. Joao Luiz Bulcao/Hans Lucas DECRYPTION – Facilitated human transmission, unusual symptoms… The virus does not seem to behave quite like the one we know in Africa. Monkeypox epidemic is gaining momentum: three months after the first case was detected in … Read more

monkeypox causes resurgence of ‘trauma of the AIDS years’

A man gets vaccinated in Paris, July 27, 2022. ALAIN JOCARD/AFP TESTIMONIALS – Particularly affected by this disease, they denounce chaotic management by the public authorities. It all started with buttons. On arms, legs, genitals. Symptoms that immediately alert Sébastien, a 32-year-old Ile-de-France resident, already well informed about monkeypox, the first weekend in July. “I … Read more

three members of the same family infected in a campsite in the Var

These three people were infected with monkeypox before their arrival. However, the health risks for the other occupants of the establishment are low. Three cases of monkeypox have been reported in a family on vacation at a campsite in the Var (Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur), said the Regional Health Agency (ARS), in a press release. “It is … Read more

56,000 young people called to be vaccinated in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

The Regional Health Agency calls for mass vaccination of young people after twelve cases, including one death, recorded for a year. After twelve cases, including one death, of invasive meningococcal B infection with a new variant identified for almost a year, the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes called on 56,000 young people to to … Read more

A new virus, Langya, identified in China, dozens of cases

Several dozen people in China have contracted a new virus, called Langya, of animal origin, according to scientists who rule out at this stage the risk of human-to-human transmission. The Langya henipavirus (LayV) virus causes symptoms in humans such as fever, fatigue, cough, nausea and headache. Read alsoMonkey pox: our answers on the origin of … Read more