monkey pox. Global emergency is declared for the epidemic

Faced with the outbreak of monkeypox cases – 16,369 cases detected in 74 countries, with an epicenter located in Europe – the World Health Organization (WHO) has finally decided to raise the highest level of alert, while calling not to stigmatize the sick, the virus essentially affecting the homosexual community. “There is a risk of …

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Chickenpox: beyond the injuries, the psychological stigma

“We didn’t come out unscathed from an illness that had hurt us a lot, locked up for three weeks with, in addition, the weight of discrimination,” says Corentin Hennebert, 27, who spoke publicly after being “one of the first cases” French. Since his remission, he has been requested by other patients who, like him, report …

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the walrus Freya, which sank boats in Oslo, was sacrificed – Liberation

The animal roamed the boats for its long naps in the port of the Norwegian capital. The decision to sacrifice him, defended by the authorities as the only “viable”, is controversial in the country. While the soap opera of the lost beluga on the Seine ended tragically, the one about the walrus in the port …

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Climate change means the Inuit are doing what they’ve always done: Adapt

Climate change is about to change everything. “There will be a loss of culture,” says Holwell. “They will identify as Inuit and so will their children, but they will not have the same experiences.” As droughts last longer and heat waves, floods and storms intensify in an increasingly warm world, the Inuit are doing what …

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14% of humanity no longer have this muscle: this is how evolution destroys the palmaris longus

news hardware 14% of humanity no longer have this muscle: this is how evolution destroys the palmaris longus Published on 09/27/2022 at 15:50 Evolution affects every species on this planet at one time or another. Although man has lived on this Earth for nearly 7 million years, he has had time to experience many changes. …

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Avian flu, a virus that is spreading at high speed

The virus sweeps everything in its path. A veritable scourge for wildlife and livestock, avian flu has catastrophic repercussions on a global scale. Avian influenza is an infection caused by a group of viruses in the family orthomyxoviridae that affects, as its name suggests, birds. Extremely contagious, avian flu has a very high mortality rate …

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