Childhood cancers and pollution: the “omerta” continues

There are figures that leave you speechless, and trigger the anger of scientists. Why the environmental problem is not tackled head-on in the fight against childhood cancers ? This is the debate raised by Professor Philip Landrigan, director of the Global Observatory on Planetary Health at Boston College and project manager at the Monaco Scientific … Read more

Vomiting bile: when is it serious?

Bilious vomiting means that a person’s vomit is yellow-green, which is the color of bile. The liver produces bile, a digestive fluid. Bilious vomiting may mean that a person has a blockage somewhere in their gastrointestinal tract. They can also occur when a person vomits on an empty stomach. Also, they often occur in infants … Read more

Polio virus found in New York sewage

In mid-July, a case of polio was recorded north of Manhattan. The spread of the virus would be local. The authorities are calling on residents to get vaccinated. Polio virus detected in New York City sewagesuggesting the virus is likely circulating locally“Warned the city’s health authorities on Friday August 12, calling on residents to get … Read more

a second autochthonous case of dengue detected

Orange with Media Services, published on Friday, August 12, 2022 at 6:50 p.m. A second person contracted the disease, usually tropical, on the metropolitan territory. An autochthonous case of dengue was detected in the Var, announced Friday August 12 the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, which brings to two the number of cases … Read more