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Bio-engineered corneal tissue for minimally invasive vision restoration in advanced keratoconus in two clinical cohorts - Fauna and Flora News

Bio-engineered corneal tissue for minimally invasive vision restoration in advanced keratoconus in two clinical cohorts – Fauna and Flora News

Researchers and entrepreneurs have developed an implant made from pigskin collagen protein, which resembles the human cornea. In a pilot study, the implant restored vision to 20 people with diseased corneas, most of whom were blind before receiving the implant. The joint study by researchers from Linköping University (LiU) and LinkoCare Life Sciences AB has …

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Weight loss: this ultra healthy breakfast will allow you to find the line this summer!

We can never repeat it enough: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides the body with the energy it needs and should not be neglected. To lose weight, you have to include the right foods in this first meal of the day. The secret lies in a good balance to fill …

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L'émission continue de gaz à effet de serre présente un fort impact sur les maladies infectieuses humaines. © Mike Mareen, Adobe Stock

Climate change could aggravate more than half of human infectious diseases

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Alzheimer : un centre d’accueil pour les patients mais aussi leurs proches à Montargis

Care structures – Alzheimer’s: a reception center for patients but also their relatives in Montargis

A stone’s throw from the Ehpad au Fil de l’Eau in Montargis, the Alzheimer day center (Caja) accompanies people suffering from this neurodegenerative disease or related disorders. But not only. Caregivers and loved ones are also supported by volunteers from the France Alzheimer and related diseases association and a psychologist from Cham (Montargoise conurbation hospital …

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Woman launched Spirit Airline after flight attendants confused eczema with monkey pox

Woman launched Spirit Airline after flight attendants confused eczema with monkey pox

The spread of monkeypox is making many Americans suspicious and nervous. However, it also means that people with pre-existing skin conditions are the target of unnecessary fear and discrimination. Jacqueline Nguyen knows this all too well. She claims she was kicked off a Spirit plane after flight attendants mistook her eczema for monkey pox. Nguyen …

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Your Seasonal Allergy Calendar

Your Seasonal Allergy Calendar

When nature bursts forth in spring and summer, it’s hard for many people who suffer from seasonal allergies not to sneeze. This is the official announcement of the return of seasonal allergies for many Quebecers. Check out our allergy calendar to stay well informed throughout the year. • Read also: Seasonal allergies: how to relieve …

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HIV: the fight in danger!

HIV: the fight in danger!

It’s all in the headline: “The erosion of progress against AIDS puts millions of lives at risk”. It is the one that was chosen for the last UNAIDS report on the state of the fight against AIDS in the world. He is not good. “Progress in prevention and treatment is slowing around the world, putting …

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6 ways to keep your sanity on the road - Transport Routier

6 ways to keep your sanity on the road – Transport Routier

Driving a truck can be a lonely job. When spending several days on the road, truckers easily face mental health issues as the miles tick by. Mieka Forte, a licensed psychotherapist and director of clinical services at the collaborative practice Therapy Collective, says truckers can take several steps to maintain their mental health on the …

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Researchers reveal how you can lose weight by doing one thing

Researchers reveal how you can lose weight by doing one thing

International researchers have found that restricting food intake between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. can help you lose weight and lower your blood pressure. A randomized clinical trial in 90 obese adults in the United States found that people who ate only during the limited period lost about 5 pounds more than those who ate …

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A shocking study questions the effectiveness of antidepressants

Thunderbolt within psychiatry. A study published at the end of July 2022 questions the benefits of serotonin and accuses antidepressants of having a placebo effect. An analysis that does not achieve consensus among scientists. 1.9 million. This is the number of additional antidepressants delivered in France between 2020 and 2021, according to an Epi-flagship report …

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