Haute Autorité de Santé – Monkeypox: Responsive Vaccine Strategy for the First Time Specified for Recipients and Children

On May 20, 2022, it published a preliminary recommendation for a vaccine strategy against the virus Monkeypox (Monkey Pox). The Director General of Health was subsequently contacted to provide details of responsive immunization strategies for two populations: first-time recipients and children. To do this, in the opinion of June 16, 2022, HAS considers the definition … Read more

Hope for treatment but lack of care

Published: 05/30/2022 – 20:12 Knowledge of multiple sclerosis has advanced in recent years, raising hopes for improved treatment. But people with this neurodegenerative disease are sorry for the lack of human and financial resources in managing their disability. New advances for multiple sclerosis patients may stem from a particularly important discovery made by American researchers … Read more

The simple solution of pediatricians to save our children!

The inferiority complex 2 hours ago 6 minutes Pollution is responsible for 9 million deaths worldwide each year. And babies, even before they are born, can be affected by the consequences of these injuries. Pollution kills 9 million people Every year on earth, or 3 times more than AIDS, Combining tuberculosis and malaria, according to … Read more

Health information protection in the EU: the key to understanding

Growing and aging populations affect our health system. So there is a need to move towards more targeted drugs for powerful tools like artificial intelligence and data science. This digital strategy is at the heart of the European health data space, which was officially launched in May 2022. Its goal is to secure the exchange … Read more

How do digitization and data sharing strengthen the European healthcare system?

The Covid-19 epidemic has led to dramatic advances in vaccine technology. But he also emphasized the importance of sharing information. The exchange and access to clinical information can be decisive in ensuring the necessary care for patients. Also, digitization and data sharing have become essential tools for public health systems. The European Union is moving … Read more

Young people sleep, a public health problem

During the week, 17-year-old Gaspard goes to bed “11:30 p.m.”. After dinner he “Finished (Her) Homework “ Where “Rest” Watching videos, series or visiting social networks. “I often stay on my phone until bedtime. But at night, I turn it off, “ This terminal reassures students. The next morning, the young Parisian gets up “7:45 … Read more

Haute Autorité de Santé – What to do when a child receives a button battery?

Buttons or flat batteries are ubiquitous in our daily lives: watches, keys, remote controls, children’s toys, etc. When eaten, they present a potentially deadly risk due to their toxicity, mainly associated with the production of very alkaline hydroxide ions which can lead to very deep chemical burns. Children, especially young children, are most at risk. … Read more

Espace Presse – At the heart of CEA’s knowledge of R&D in health

The first “Learning Expedition” co-organized by CEA and the Alliance for Research and Innovation in Health Industries (ARIIS) was held at the CEA Brain Imaging Research Center Neurospin. A place where, recently, MRI of the Iseult project, the world’s most powerful, unveiled its first images. It is therefore a specially selected venue to introduce healthcare … Read more

The “mysterious” occurrence of pediatric hepatitis confuses scientists

Dozens of children in Europe and the United States have been infected with acute hepatitis of unknown origin since the beginning of April. European health authorities have launched an investigation into the mysterious disease, which in some rare cases requires a liver transplant. Points with a number of experts based in the United Kingdom, where … Read more