This Electronic Tattoo Can Measure Your Blood Pressure Better Than a Smartwatch

Getting a new tattoo isn’t only about looking cool (or making a decision you’ll regret years later)—it could also save your life. At least, that’s the idea behind a new electronic tattoo that can continuously and unobtrusively measure your blood pressure. In a paper published Monday in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, a team from the … Read more

21 cases in the United States, more than 700 worldwide (American authorities)

US health officials said Friday they had 21 cases of monkeypox in the United States, where the disease may have started to spread locally, and were aware of more than 700 cases worldwide. Of the cases present in the United States, 20 have been detected in 11 states, and another has been detected and infected … Read more

a family infected after eating a Buitoni pizza tells of their ordeal

E.coli bacteria can be deadly in children and the elderly, who are more fragile. It also causes severe food poisoning in adults. Aurore’s family paid the price. She, her husband, and her son consumed it on March 21 and all were contaminated by the bacteria after eating a Buitoni brand Fraich’Up pizza. The couple were … Read more

High cost of cancer care in US does not improve survival rate, study finds

The United States spends twice as much as the average for developed countries on cancer care, but gets only average results in return, according to a study released Friday. These results were published in the Journal of the American Health Association Health Forum. “The United States is widely seen as offering the most advanced cancer … Read more

An Entirely New Kind of Highly Reactive Chemicals Has Been Found in The Atmosphere

Every lungful of air we suck down is mostly made up of nitrogen, with a generous helping of oxygen, and a dash of carbon dioxide. But dusting this atmospheric soup is a whole encyclopedia of different compounds and elements, some of which we can only speculate about. One of those mysteries just came into focus, … Read more

Oklahoma passes law completely banning abortion

Published on : 05/20/2022 – 01:48 Already banned from six weeks of pregnancy, abortion could very quickly be completely banned in Oklahoma, if the governor signs the law adopted Thursday by the local Parliament. A vote which comes at a time when a new decree of the Supreme Court could change the jurisprudence in force. … Read more

Oklahoma passes law completely banning abortion

Published on : 05/20/2022 – 01:48 Already banned from six weeks of pregnancy, abortion could very quickly be completely banned in Oklahoma, if the governor signs the law adopted Thursday by the local Parliament. A vote which comes at a time when a new decree of the Supreme Court could change the jurisprudence in force. … Read more

25 days of coma for a young Beauvaisienne aged only 9 months

MISCELLANEOUS FACTS After a long stay at the Amiens hospital center, Inaïa was able to find her family cocoon on April 4. His parents have filed a complaint and are demanding justice. Posted on 05/13/2022 at 17:54 Yoann Roche Sorry ? It’s a choice ?? Any form of contraception should be free, for both women … Read more

If the United States repeals the stop on abortion, what consequences for the rest of the world?

AFP, published on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 10:26 am Result of a global mobilization of feminist movements in the 1960s, the Roe v. Wade forced American states to legalize abortion. Its possible repeal would be a “symbol” that “would strengthen the anti-abortion movements” in the world, the researchers note. On January 22, 1973, the … Read more

Astronauts Have Distinct Brain Changes Even Months After They Return to Earth

Flung into freefall for months on end, our bodies adjust in ways that makes for a long list of health concerns for space travelers. The latest evaluation of microgravity’s warping effect on our biology focuses on the spaces surrounding the blood vessels that weave through our brain, revealing concerning changes that remain with astronauts between … Read more