Monkeypox: what is the health system established by Morocco?

The Government is proactively monitoring monkeypox (Monkeypox) and has taken the necessary measures to deal with its possible developments, assured this Thursday in Rabat the delegate minister in charge of Relations with Parliament, government spokesman, Mustafa dances “The Ministry of Health has worked proactively on the issue and has taken a set of necessary measures … Read more

“Massive fraud”, “Dysfunctions”, “Dire management”: after the Champions League fiasco, it’s time for explanations

Two days later, chaotic scenes around the Stade de France, jostling, attempted break-ins by people without tickets or fans shocked by the intervention of the police or victims of robberies, the new Sports Minister, Amélie Oudéa-Castera, must manage her first crisis. “With the Minister of the Interior, we deplore the incidents that marred the night … Read more

Canada introduces law to freeze firearm sales and ban look-alike toys

OTTAWA, May 30 (Reuters) – Canada’s government introduced legislation on Monday to implement a “national freeze” on the sale and purchase of firearms as part of a gun control package that would also limit the capacity of magazines and would ban some toys that look like weapons. The new legislation, resurrecting measures that were shelved … Read more

Microsoft announces a new “Restore Apps” feature for Windows 11 and a new advertising service called “Microsoft Store Ads”

Microsoft is finally adding the ability to restore apps from the Microsoft Store in Windows 11. The company will soon be testing new features in the Windows Insider channel, including automatically restoring previously used apps to a new Windows device. This will only affect apps that have been installed from the Microsoft Store, but it’s … Read more

Diabetes, a progressive disease

In Paris in March 2020, a patient with type 1 diabetes uses the flash self-monitoring glucose system, with the FreeStyle Libre 2 sensor. XOSÉ BOUZAS/HANS LUCAS The prevalence of diabetes (type 1 and type 2, diagnosed and undiagnosed) has been steadily increasing over the last twenty years. It affected 537 million people worldwide in 2021, … Read more