Long Covid: these hypotheses that could explain the persistence of symptoms over time

Chronic fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog… Several months after their infection with Covid-19, millions of people suffer from a “long Covid”, without research having yet been able to precisely explain this phenomenon, even if several assumptions are on the table. According to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, based in the United States, … Read more

9 good habits to prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Globally, it is estimated that in 2015 around 47 million people were affected by dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease and this number could triple by 2050, placing a terrible burden on health systems and the families of people affected. Dementia is the medical term used to describe brain damage that alters behavior, personality, and overall … Read more

Feeling depressed or lonely would make us age faster than smoking

A recent study reveals the deleterious effects of loneliness on the state of health of our cells. Getty Images According to a recent Sino-American study, a state of ill-being accelerates biological aging and puts us at greater risk of developing a chronic disease. As everyone knows, loneliness and everything directly or indirectly related to ill-being … Read more

Covid-19: when do Omicron symptoms appear?

Fever, cough, joint pain: in what order do Omicron symptoms appear? A study published in Nature drew up a calendar of Omicron symptoms, day by day. If you haven’t been infected with this variant, here’s what might be waiting for you… Each variant has its symptoms Each variant of Covid has typical symptoms. Omicron is … Read more

a study reveals a new consequence of this removal of the uterus

Hysterectomy is a surgical operation that consists of removing the uterus, as explained by the National College of French Gynecologists and Obstetricians (CNGOF) on its site. Like any intervention, there may be certain consequences. A recent study, presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), which was held … Read more

a “serious risk of epidemic” in the face of the “relaxation of barrier gestures”, fears Alain Fischer

Orange with Media Services, published on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 4:49 p.m. “For two years, the flu has been kept at a distance, thanks to the barrier measures that we have put in place against the Covid”, analyzes Professor Alain Fischer in Le Parisien this Wednesday, September 28, estimating that “this year, it will … Read more

Top 5 healthy fish to eat with peace of mind.

Fish is a real source of lean and healthy protein. While fatty fish, such as salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel, provide heart and brain healthy omega-3 fatty acids, which you’ve probably heard of. But there is also concern for the environment and the choice of sustainable seafood products. If you often find yourself in front … Read more