a severe allergy, increasing

a severe allergy, increasing

Lille, France – French-speaking pediatricians have noted an increase in cases of food allergies and anaphylaxis in children in recent years. The latter are increasingly younger to present polyallergies and polysensitizations, in relation to allergens with high anaphylactic potential such as peanuts. Dr. Stephanie Lejeune During the annual congress of French Pediatric Societies the Dr. … Read more

positive clinical results for Reparixin in a phase 2 trial

positive clinical results for Reparixin in a phase 2 trial

In a phase 2 clinical trial, Reparixin reportedly led to better clinical outcomes compared to standard treatment in patients with severe COVID-19 pneumonia. A larger phase 3 clinical study is needed to confirm these results. The results of the phase 2 trial are published in Infectious Diseases and Therapy and were presented at the scientific … Read more

Obesity Endoscopy: Master Class at Hôpital Nord

Obesity Endoscopy: Master Class at Hôpital Nord

June 23 and 24, 2022 Department of hepato-gastroenterology and digestive oncology – Northern Hospital The department of hepato-gastroenterology of the Hôpital Nord directed by Pr Marc BARTHET organizes on behalf of the French Society of Digestive Endoscopy (SFED), in collaboration with Pr Geoffroy VANBIERVLIET of the University Hospital of Nice, a training master class in … Read more

Hypergammaglobulinemia: Definitions, Causes and Treatments

Hypergammaglobulinemia: Definitions, Causes and Treatments

Verified on 06/20/2022 by PasseportSanté Hypergammaglobulinemia is an increase in the blood of a type of antibody called gamma globulin. This is usually the consequence of an underlying disease. Therefore, the treatment of hypergammaglobulinemia will depend on the disease in question. Here are all our explanations. What is hypergammaglobulinemia? To understand what hypergammaglobulinemia is, we … Read more

What are the benefits of using CBD oil?

What are the benefits of using CBD oil?

Derived from the cannabis plant, cannabidiol is the most popular cannabinoid after tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It comes in a variety of forms including CBD flower, tea, candy, and even oil. Numerous medical and pharmacological studies have shown that CBD oil has various health benefits. Find below the good reasons why you should use cannabidiol oil. Chronic … Read more

Confirmed cases of leptospirosis in England

Confirmed cases of leptospirosis in England

wow United Kingdom4 cases of leptospirosis were confirmed in England during the first 3 months of the year 2022 including 2 reported in the South-West, 1 in London and 1 in the east of the country. The cases involved men between the ages of 28 and 69: one case was related to canal water, 2 … Read more

Skin cancer: how to protect yourself this summer – Reuters

Skin cancer: how to protect yourself this summer – Reuters

With school almost out and warm weather ahead, sunbathing will be high on most people’s summer to-do lists, but is sunscreen enough protection? Skin cancer rates have risen in Canada, with people living near water and coastal areas experiencing the highest incidences of this life-threatening disease, according to a new study led by McGill University. … Read more

skin cancer | Melanoma on the rise in Canada

skin cancer |  Melanoma on the rise in Canada

Melanoma is gaining ground in the country, reveals a study by McGill University. But as more and more Canadians get this form of skin cancer, the fewer they die from it. Here are six highlights from the report. Posted at 19:07 Henia Ould-Hammou Press Falling death rate For the first time since 2013, the death … Read more

Skin cancer: how to protect yourself this summer – Reuters

Skin cancer: how to protect yourself this summer – Reuters

With school almost out and warm weather ahead, sunbathing will be high on most people’s summer to-do lists, but is sunscreen enough protection? Skin cancer rates have risen in Canada, with people living near water and coastal areas experiencing the highest incidences of this life-threatening disease, according to a new study led by McGill University. … Read more