Covid-19: tinnitus, hearing loss… Contagion and vaccination cause hearing problems?

the essential The WHO says there is a link between vaccination against Covid-19 and possible hearing problems in some patients. These symptoms are also described in many patients infected with the virus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, some people have complained that they can no longer hear properly. Covid-19 or vaccines: both appear to … Read more

Covid-19: blurred vision, clogged blood vessels… can the virus cause an ‘eye punch’?

the essential In the United States, researchers have found a link between possible Covid-19 contamination and occlusions observed in the eye. Partial or even complete loss of vision has been observed in some contaminated patients. It is a virus that mutates and its effects on our bodies are constantly changing. We now know what effects … Read more

Easter: The benefits of chocolate for your mental and physical health, according to science

EASTER – This Easter Monday is not the time to give up chocolate. Because stimulating the brain and memory or reducing the risk of depression are phenomena that have been proven by scientific studies. In May 2016, researchers from the Universities of Adelaide, Australia, Maine, USA and the Luxembourg Health Institute showed in a study … Read more

Acute hepatitis in children: what we know about this liver infection seen in the UK

the essential Almost 74 cases of hepatitis have been reported in children under the age of 10, mostly in the UK. The World Health Organization has indicated that it intends to start research on the subject. This is an unexplained phenomenon currently affecting young children across the Channel: several cases of hepatitis have been identified … Read more

They invent a sturdy mosquito net that also freshens the air in your room

Do you dream of cool summer nights away from mosquito bites? A Girondins couple have developed a novel mosquito net after a trip to Mauritius, where tiger mosquitoes are among the smallest in the world. Nathalie Capitaine, former physics professor, and her husband François Capitaine, former industrial specialist in polymers, combined their skills and developed … Read more

Can it cause an “eye pop”?

Months go by and studies on Covid-19 let us know a little more about the impact of the virus on our general health every day. Researchers at the University of Michigan have looked at a little-documented collateral damage: retinal vascular occlusion. As evidence, today they are the first to establish a link between Covid-19 and … Read more

Billions of genetically engineered mosquitoes being released in the US

Rory Morrow Great Britain here 4 mins Male mosquitoes do not bite or spread disease. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted approval the release of more than 2 billion genetically modified mosquitoes in the states of California and Floridawith the aim of combating diseases such as dengue fever and the Zika virus. … Read more

Moderna vaccine: What is vasculitis, those complications that ANSM says “deserve special expertise”?

The National Agency for the Safety of Medicines recalls this Friday, April 15, cases of vasculitis after vaccination with the Moderna vaccine (Spikevax). Vaccination-related side effects that require special expertise. The ANSM holds a possible signal to study. A new report released this Friday, April 15 by the ANSM (the National Agency for the Safety … Read more