Gastroenteritis “reappears”, the fault of the relaxation of barrier gestures

“When we had the barrier gestures, such as washing our hands to protect ourselves against Covid-19, we almost saw the epidemics of gastroenteritis disappear”says Philippe Amouyel, professor of public health at the Lille University Hospital, at the microphone of LCI (see video at the top of this article). “Now we see them coming back, basically … Read more

Phthalates would promote the development of uterine fibroids

Phthalates, chemicals found in hundreds of household products, are believed to play a role in the development of uterine fibroids: non-cancerous tumors that form in or near the uterus, which can be the size of a seed like of a soccer ball. These fibroids affect millions of women and can cause pelvic pain or back … Read more

Artificial intelligence helps diagnose breast cancer at Institut Curie

Using artificial intelligence to better diagnose breast cancer. Studies were promising in the field, but the Institut Curie decided to implement the process as a world first. “Institut Curie takes a new step towards the implementation of innovative and concrete responses to better care for women with breast cancer,” indicated by communiqué Professor Steven Le … Read more

China, corona infection peak expected to last 2-3 months = eminent epidemiologist | Reuters

On Jan. 13, Zeng Guang, a former chief epidemiologist at the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said China’s coronavirus epidemic peak was expected to last two to three months, and that rural areas with relatively scarce medical resources would soon be infected. He said he expected the waves to spread. The picture was … Read more

China’s corona infection peaks in many areas = state media | Reuters

[北京 10日 ロイター] – China’s state-run media said on Wednesday that officials believed the novel coronavirus infection had already passed its peak in many parts of the country. BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s state-run media reported on Wednesday that officials believe the novel coronavirus infection has already passed its peak in many parts of the country. … Read more

The United States has surpassed 102,000,000 cases of COVID-19, with more than 1,100,000 deaths.

Worldometer, a website that reports the latest data compiled by health authorities around the world, said the United States had 102,686,752 cumulative cases of COVID-19, while the cumulative death toll stood at 1,118,478. The United States ranks first in the world in terms of total number of COVID-19 cases. and the deceased The state with … Read more