Alopecia drug approved in the United States

The American Medicines Agency (FDA) authorized on Monday June 13 a drug against a severe form of alopecia, a disease causing hair loss or body hair and affecting more than 300,000 people each year in the United States. Read alsoAlopecia: hair loss affects many women Baricitinib is the first oral tablet to fight this condition, … Read more

driver charged with manslaughter

On Saturday, a taxi driver driving his Tesla Model 3 for personal use lost control of his vehicle in the 13e district of Paris, causing one death and 19 injuries. On Saturday December 11, a taxi driver driving his Tesla Model 3 for personal use lost control of his vehicle in the 13e district of … Read more

A surgeon grafted an ear implant printed from human cells

An American medical team announced on Thursday June 2 that it had for the first time grafted a human ear implant created from the cells of the treated patient and using a 3D printer, a procedure which should be able to help people suffering a rare birth defect. Read alsoHow virtual reality is transforming medical … Read more

What she wishes she had known before she got pregnant

Mother of a 10-year-old daughter, Marion is pregnant for the second time. This new pregnancy plunges her back into the “journey” of this stage, a happy memory but strewn with difficulties that must be faced, often in silence. By SF – Published on Sunday, May 29, 2022 at 08:46 When you become a mother for … Read more

Google launches a call for applications for the financing of African startups

The American computer giant, Google, has launched a call for applications for its Google for startups program. This initiative aims to facilitate access to funding for start-ups founded by Africans. What’s next after this ad Google for startups wants to bridge the existing technology gap in fundraising for startups on the African continent. For this … Read more

The sun is up to twice as dangerous in Reunion

The 24th edition of the National Skin Cancer Prevention and Screening Week is being held from May 20 to 24. According to Inca, the National Cancer Institute, 80,000 new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in France each year (2/3 of which are due to excessive exposure to sunlight and UV radiation). In Reunion, the … Read more

in Lyon, insurance companies are recruiting young people on work-study programs

The Insurance sector in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, a committed and mobilized actor in favor of training and employment of young people! By the nature of its business, insurance contributes to local economic dynamism. Through their various commitments, insurers contribute to the improvement of the living environment in their territory. The Insurance sector in AuRA is also through … Read more

Overweight men die more often from prostate cancer

The risk of dying from prostate cancer is higher in overweight men, concludes a large study published Thursday, May 5, without establishing a direct physiological link between these two phenomena. Read alsoCancers: “signaturesto paint a more accurate picture of tumors This study, published in the journal BMC Medicine, is of unprecedented scope on the subject. … Read more

In the United Kingdom, a patient tested positive for Covid for 505 days, a record

A patient who tested positive for Covid-19 remained so for 16 months until his death, the longest known case of infection, according to a study devoted to the evolution of the virus in immunocompromised patients. Read alsoCovid-19: Chinese containment threatens the world economy The patient, whose identity has not been revealed, had first tested positive … Read more

six arrests in international crypto-asset scam

Six people suspected of fraud through fraudulent investments of crypto-assets, and money laundering in an organized gang, were arrested in Israel, said Thursday, April 14 the prosecution of the Interregional Specialized Jurisdiction (Jirs) of Bordeaux, originally of the investigation. Read alsoFrançois d’Orcival: “When Silicon Valley becomes an incubator of scams” The suspects are accused of … Read more