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21092009

[b]QLaira®, la première pilule avec un estrogène "naturel"[/b]



Depuis de nombreuses années, les scientifiques
essaient de mettre au point une pilule contraceptive comportant un
estrogène "naturel", c'est-à-dire bio-identique aux estrogènes
naturellement produits par l'organisme. En 2009, c'est chose faite avec
le lancement de QLaira. Doctissimo fait le point sur les avantages
potentiels de cette nouvelle pilule.




[center]Publicité
 
par Tite Prout - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 4647
11092009

Syndrome de la lune de miel: le sexe accroît le risque de cystite pour les femmes

MENZIKEN - Les
femmes sexuellement actives encourent un risque plus élevé de
contracter une cystite. Les médecins appellent ce syndrome la «cystite
de la lune de miel», désignation qui remonte à l'époque où les
relations sexuelles étaient encore taboues avant le mariage et où le
jeune couple ne devenait intime...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 2691
11092009

[b] Mal à la tête ? Ce sont peut-être vos yeux ?
[/b]





Vous
vous fatiguez vite dès lors que vous devez voir de près ? Vous éprouvez
des difficultés à...
 
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27042009


'Bleach bath' benefit for eczema

















Eczema causes red, itchy, inflamed patches on the skin





 
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10032009

Cancer de la prostate





Voir la section spéciale Cancer





  • Description médicale
  • Symptômes
  • Personnes à risque
  • Facteurs de risque
  • Prévention


  • Traitements médicaux
  • L'opinion de notre médecin
 
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16022009

Les
différents type de diabète




En
1998, 143 millions de personnes à travers le monde étaient diabétiques.
Et si l'on en croit les prévisions, on comptera 300 millions
de malades en 2025. Le diabète est une maladie grave qui, en
l'absence de traitement approprié, peut être à l'origine de
maladies cardiaques,...
 
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16022009

Le
diabète de type
1 en images





Le
diabète est une maladie grave qui, en l'absence de traitement approprié,
peut être à l'origine de très importantes complications. Découvrez l’origine,
les causes et les complications du diabète de type 1, une maladie qui représente
10 % des cas de diabète.








 
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08122008

The Decline of Medical Care in America-- What Can We Do About It?
by Jeffry S. Life, M.D. Ph.D.
We have just ended a century of unprecedented advances in medical knowledge
and technology. Serious medical conditions that were once considered disabling
or a death sentence are now curable. Most devastating disease...
 
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13102008


Parkinson's linked to vitamin D

















Parkinson's gets progressively worse







 
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29092008


Statins 'prevent artery ageing'

















Statins are now very widely used by the NHS








 
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09092008

Humans Have Astonishing Memories, Study Finds









If human memory were truly digital, it would have just
received an upgrade from something like the capacity of a floppy disk to that
of a flash drive. A new study found the brain can remember a lot more than
previously believed.


In a recent experiment, people who viewed pictures of thousands
of objects over five hours were able to remember astonishing details afterward about
most of the objects.
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 467
27082008

May 13, 2008

Feet



Think of Your Poor Feet




By LAURIE TARKAN






Correction Appended


THE average person walks the equivalent of
three times around the earth in a lifetime. That is an enormous amount
of wear and tear on the 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 tendons,
ligaments and muscles that make up the foot.

In a recent survey for the American Podiatric Medical Association, 53 percent of respondents reported foot pain
so severe...
 
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27082008

May 13, 2008

Muscles



More Than an Exercise in Vanity




By GINA KOLATA





DR. PAUL D. THOMPSON, a 60-year-old
marathon runner and chief of cardiology at Hartford Hospital, stood in
front of a medical audience recently and began his talk with a story
about himself.
“I’ve been lifting weights since I was 12 years old and look at me,”
he said. Dr. Thompson is small and wiry with not a bulging muscle on
him. He speculated that he must have a genetic inability...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 477
27082008

May 13, 2008

Heart



Eating Your Way to a Sturdy Heart




By TARA PARKER-POPE







MOST people think heart-healthy living
involves sacrifice. Give up your favorite foods. Break a sweat. Lose
weight. But some of the best things you can do for your heart do not
involve deprivation or medication. Simple and even pleasurable changes
in the foods you eat can rival medication in terms of the benefit to
your heart.

“Almost everyone has something...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 469
27082008

May 13, 2008

Eyes



Care of the Eyes Demands Diligence




By NICHOLAS BAKALAR







READING in poor light, sitting too
close to the TV, wearing the wrong prescription glasses and crossing
your eyes — things your mother warned you would ruin your vision — are
actually generally harmless. But a truly dangerous false belief is that
there is nothing you can do to prevent the loss of vision.

According to Dr. Paul R. Lichter, a professor of ophthalmology...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 424
27082008

May 13, 2008

Brain



For a Sharp Brain, Stimulation




By RONI CARYN RABIN







AMERICANS may worry about heart disease, stroke and diabetes, but they downright dread Alzheimer’s disease, a recent survey found.

For good reason. One in eight adults over 65 is affected by the
disease. Those who are spared know they may end up with the burden of
caring for a parent or a spouse who is affected. Even though the number
of older adults with dementias is rising...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 425
27082008

May 13, 2008
Breasts
Reducing Your Risk for Breast Cancer

By RONI CARYN RABIN
GO for regular checkups, do breast self-exams and get your mammograms on time, and chances are you’ll detect breast cancer
early on, when it is most treatable. But what about prevention? Short
of radical surgery, are there steps you can take to reduce the risk? Turns out there are. True, immutable factors like genetics,
a family’s medical baggage and just being born female determine much of
the risk of breast cancer. And, as with all cancers,...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 456
27082008

May 13, 2008
Waist


Watch Your Girth



By TARA PARKER-POPE





IT’S time to step off the scale and get out the tape measure.
The size of your waist can tell you far more about the state of
your health than the number on a bathroom scale. Studies have linked
larger waist sizes to higher risk for heart attack, cancer, diabetes, dementia and even incontinence.
Last month, Harvard Medical School researchers reported on a study
of 44,000 nurses that showed even normal-weight women...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 500
27082008

Changes in our health are inevitable as we get older.
But while doctors tell us to focus on the basics — eat right, exercise
and keep cholesterol and blood pressure in check— is there more that we
need to know about staying well as we age?
In this special section, you'll be able to learn the best that
science and medicine can offer for taking care of yourself. You can
also test your knowledge and read more health news at the Well blog.


Brain
For Sharpness, Stimulation


Research suggests that staying active, physically...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 535
31072008

Problèmes du vagin



Index


Quelles sont les causes ? -
Conseils pratiques -
Quand consulter ?

Que se passe-t-il lors de l'examen ? -
Quel est le traitement ?





Tous
les symptômes touchant les organes génitaux de la femme, tels
qu'écoulements, pertes anormales, rougeurs, irritations, démangeaisons,
odeurs...
 
par Tite Prout - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 6549
14072008

Exercise 'slows down Alzheimer's'





























Being physically fit could hold back the advance of Alzheimer's disease, US researchers have suggested.







Their study, published in the journal Neurology, looked at 121 people
aged over 60, around half...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 471
14072008

Sleeping soundly 'boosts memory'





























A refreshing night's sleep may be the best way to boost memory, a study suggests.











Researchers found sleep appears to have a dramatic impact on the way the brain...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 488
01072008

Why does my stomach growl?

by Jessika Toothman
Close


Please copy/paste the following text to properly cite this How Stuff Works article:

Toothman, Jessika. "Why does my stomach growl?." 30 April 2008. HowStuffWorks.com. 01 July 2008.



Inside this Article



  1. Why...
 
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10052008







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Headlines (Scroll down for complete...
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 1 - Vues: 661
22012008

Sinusite










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29102007

Sortir
de l'enfer du psoriasis





Maladie de la peau
encore largement méconnue,
le psoriasis est pourtant très courant. Face à cette anomalie du renouvellement
de l'épiderme, les stratégies sont parfois futuristes : manipulation
de la réponse immunitaire, thérapie génique... Mais aussi plus classiques :
utilisation plus rationnelle des médicaments existants ou emploi plus
adapté des rayonnements ultraviolets.
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 958
18102007


Gates Foundation looks to fight malaria










By DONNA GORDON BLANKINSHIP, Associated Press WriterWed Oct 17, 9:51 PM ET




Bill and Melinda Gates appealed to more than 300 malaria scientists
and policy makers at a forum Wednesday to take the risky step of
seeking to eradicate the disease worldwide instead of just keeping it
under control.
A goal of anything short of eradication would be unethical and a bad
 
par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 604
01102007

Cancer du sein





Voir la section spéciale Cancer





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    05092007


    Exercise may generate new blood vessels











    By MARIA CHENG, AP Medical Writer
    2 hours, 32 minutes ago






    VIENNA,...
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 730
    13072007

    Pur sang : Charles Himmer et la drépanocytose







    Même si elle demeure peu connue, la drépanocytose est l'une des
    maladies génétiques les plus fréquentes au monde. Elle touche
    principalement les populations Noires. A ce jour, on ne sait pas encore
    la guérir. On ne peut qu’en prévenir et en soulager les symptômes. Au
    quotidien, des millions de malades apprennent à vivre avec leurs crises
    parfois extrêmement douloureuses.


    ...
     
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    23052007

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    22052007

    Épilepsie










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    par Tite Prout - Commentaires: 4 - Vues: 2170
    16052007

    Why France is so good at cancer care
    By Fergus Walsh
    BBC News, Medical correspondent

    How does NHS treatment for cancer patients measure up to that in France, where overall survival rates are higher?

    France spends significantly more on healthcare than the UK and it does not have the same rationing of new expensive treatments.

    The NHS has some of the finest cancer specialists in the world, and new techniques and treatments mean that survival rates are steadily improving.

    And yet France does even better, with the best survival rates in Europe....
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 993
    25042007

    Mosquito nets cut birth problems
    Jill McGivering
    BBC News

    Pregnant women in Africa can reduce their risk of miscarriage or still birth by up to a third by sleeping under insecticide-treated bed nets.

    The UK scientific research is likely to bolster calls for treated mosquito nets to be made more widely available to pregnant women and children in Africa.

    Malaria is a preventable disease that kills more than 1m people a year, 90% of them in Africa - mostly children.

    A treated net costs about $4 - simply too much for many African families.
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 514
    17042007

    Cancer (vue d'ensemble)






    Voir la section spéciale Cancer





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    par mihou - Commentaires: 5 - Vues: 1432
    31032007

    Breastfeeding alone cuts HIV risk
    Exclusively breastfeeding until a baby is six-months old can significantly reduce the risk of mother-to-child HIV transmission, an African study says.

    The South African researchers compared solely breastfed babies with those also given formula or solid foods.

    They say breastfeeding carries a low transmission risk, but protects against potentially fatal conditions such as diarrhoea and pneumonia.

    They say it is the best option for most women in the developing world.

    Breastfeeding remains a key intervention to reduce...
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 683
    13032007

    Maladie de Ménière



    Traitements possibles
    Traitements médicaux

    Médicaments contre le vertige ou la nausée, médication de soutien (diurétiques ou vasodilatateurs), exercices de rééducation, chirurgie.
    Traitements non conventionnels

    Efficacité incertaine


    Homéopathie.

    Approches à considérer


    Médecine traditionnelle chinoise (acupuncture, pharmacopée, tai-chi).

    Usage reconnu


    Ginkgo.

    Voir la signification des symboles et les critères de classification utilisés
     
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    28022007

    Vitamins 'could shorten lifespan'
    Taking certain vitamin supplements may adversely affect people's lifespan, researchers have suggested.

    Millions worldwide use antioxidant supplements such as vitamins A and E, and beta-carotene.

    Looking at dozens of previous studies, Copenhagen University researchers suggested these appeared to raise, not lower, the risk of early death.

    A supplements industry expert said the Journal of the American Medical Association study was fatally flawed.

    But nutritionists said it reinforced the need to eat a balanced diet,...
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 774
    07012007

    La migraine dangereuse pour le coeur

    Les maux de tête seraient dangereux pour votre coeur. Chez les hommes migraineux, le danger d’infarctus est augmenté de 42 % ! Et les femmes ne sont pas épargnées non plus. Découvrez les conséquences de ces liaisons dangereuses entre le coeur et la tête.

    La plupart des migraines concernent le jeune adulte vers la trentaine. Alors que les crises disparaissent généralement avec l’âge, elles surviennent plus tard chez certaines personnes et pourraient alors se révéler dangereuses pour le coeur.

    Un risque d’infarctus augmenté de...
     
    par Tite Prout - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 638
    15122006

    Fitness 'cuts colon cancer risk'
    Keeping physically active can significantly cut the risk of colon cancer, international research shows.

    Scientists analysed data from 413,000 people in 10 European countries, and found physically active people were 22% less likely to develop the disease.

    They said an hour a day of vigorous physical activity or two hours of moderate activity would be enough to reduce the risk.

    The study appears in Cancer Epidemiology and Biomarkers Prevention.

    If you combine regular physical activity with a good diet you are more...
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 555
    13122006

    Circumcision 'cuts' HIV infection
    Circumcision can cut the rate of HIV infection in heterosexual men by 50%, results from two African trials show.

    The findings are so striking, the US National Institutes of Health decided it would be unethical to continue and stopped the trials early.

    It supports a previous South African study which reported similar results.

    Experts said it was a significant breakthrough but could not replace standard methods of preventing infection such as condoms.

    These findings are of great interest to public health policy makers...
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 1 - Vues: 524
    08122006

    Aspirin 'blocks prostate problem'
    Aspirin and other similar painkillers may halve the risk of developing an enlarged prostate, research suggests.

    The condition, known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, can make urination difficult or trigger a need to urinate frequently.

    Minnesota's Mayo Clinic found Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) cut men's risk, but did not recommend all men took the medication.

    The study appeared in the American Journal of Epidemiology.


    ENLARGED PROSTATE SYMPTOMS
    Frequent urination
    Trouble starting...
     
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    30112006

    Chemo drugs 'destroy brain cells'
    Drugs used to destroy cancer cells may actually be more harmful to healthy cells in the brain, research suggests.

    A team from New York's University of Rochester found several types of key brain cell were highly vulnerable to the drugs.

    They say it might help explain side effects such as seizures and memory loss associated with chemotherapy - collectively dubbed 'chemo brain'.

    The research is published in the Journal of Biology.

    This is the first study that puts chemo brain on a sound scientific footing
    Dr Mark...
     
    par mihou - Commentaires: 0 - Vues: 530
    28112006

    Arthritis drug dangers explained
    Scientists believe they have uncovered why some arthritis drugs such as Vioxx can cause heart attacks and strokes.

    They found Cox-2 inhibitor painkillers were stopping an enzyme producing blood-thinning agents - leading to a greater chance of blood clotting.

    Vioxx and other Cox-2 inhibitors have been pulled from the market because of their risks to health.

    The research is published in the journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

    We can work on developing better Cox-2 inhibitors that...
     
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    12112006

     
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    31102006

    Grippe



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    Médicaments contre la fièvre, médicaments antiviraux.
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    Efficacité probable


    Andrographis.

    Efficacité...
     
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    19102006

     
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    17102006

    Human species 'may split in two'
    Humanity may split into two sub-species in 100,000 years' time as predicted by HG Wells, an expert has said.

    Evolutionary theorist Oliver Curry of the London School of Economics expects a genetic upper class and a dim-witted underclass to emerge.

    The human race would peak in the year 3000, he said - before a decline due to dependence on technology.

    People would become choosier about their sexual partners, causing humanity to divide into sub-species, he added.

    The descendants of the genetic upper class would be tall,...
     
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    10102006

    Cancer du sein

    Voir la section spéciale Cancer



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    Chirurgie, radiothérapie, chimiothérapie et thérapie hormonale.
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    Efficacité...
     
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    27092006

    1918 flu virus's secrets revealed
    An experiment to reconstruct the deadly 1918 flu virus has given a new insight into how the infection took hold of its many victims.

    Scientists discovered a severe immune system reaction was triggered when mice were infected with the recreated virus.

    The US team believe the extreme immune response could have provoked the body to begin killing its own cells, making the flu even deadlier.

    The study, published in Nature, may aid the hunt for new influenza treatments.

    The host's immune system may be overreacting and...
     
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