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Category: Health | Date : October 31, 2014

This pr & eacute; vision INSEE motivated & eacute; Governments & agrave ; d & eacute; bend programs pr & eacute; & agrave invention to provide ; this aging population live longer in good health & eacute; and if possible, & agrave ; pr & eacute; server & ecirc their well ; be.

To Conna & icirc ; be health behaviors & eacute; Fran & ccedil of ; ais, INPES led a barom & egrave ; be sant & eacute; 2010 aupr & egrave ; s & acirc 27,653 people ; g & eacute; es 15 & agrave ; 85 years living in France m & eacute; tropolitaine.

The flap & quot; Senior & quot; the barom & egrave ; be included 9921 people & acirc ; g & eacute; es 55 & agrave ; 85 years.

For a more global image, the r & eacute; results of this barom & egrave ; be & have eacute; t & eacute; compl & eacute; t & eacute; s with data & eacute; es of barom & egrave ; be sant & eacute; nutrition r & eacute; alis & eacute; in 2008 on eating behavior and activity & eacute; physical persons & acirc ; g & eacute; es 55 & agrave ; 75.

Analysis of these data & eacute; es think & eacute; es a & eacute; t & eacute; advertising & eacute; e by INPES in October 2014. The social bond is a factor that helps & agrave ; pr & eacute; ing the server & eacute; and promotes information.

Overall, 55-85 years have a similar social life & agrave ; the younger as 82% d & eacute; & eacute state that they have encountered ; friends or family members in the last 8 days but less often they practice activities & eacute; s group or leisure.

Indeed, contacts with the ext & eacute; laughing strengthen the sense of information on topics of health & eacute; as alcohol, tobacco, cancer or Alzheimer’s disease.

On the contrary, social life increases fears vis & agrave ; -vis cancer, traffic accidents and heart disease.

G & eacute more ; n & eacute; ally, if on average 13% of seniors are smokers against 41% of 15-54 year olds, this percentage increases & agrave ; 18 % of men 55-85 years of living alone.

But alcohol, the trend reverses since not only seniors drink more and more advan & ccedil ; & acirc in ant, but age seems to favor the socialization of alcohol consumption & agrave ; risk.

G & eacute; n & eacute; ration connect & eacute; e is that of 15-30 years.

However, 41% of people over 55 years d & eacute; s declare to ‘& ecirc ; be connected & eacute; es & agrave ; Internet in the last 12 months, 51% to find information on health & eacute;.

L & agrave ; yet, social life promotes Internet use mati & egrave ; re de sant & eacute; 53% of seniors who had social ties within 8 days seeking information sant & eacute; on the net, against 38% in the absence of social ties.

Mental disorders are more fr & eacute; quent among people isolated & eacute; es.

Unsurprisingly, isolation and lack of social ties are associated with & eacute; s & agrave ; psychiatric disorders and in particular & agrave ; the d & eacute; pressure.

Thus, living alone multiplied by four men and two women the probability & eacute; of occurrence of a & eacute; d & eacute episode ; pressor in the past 12 months.

Gender and financial situation & egrave ; re also seem to play a r & OCIRC, the.

Finally, in women, the absence of Events ; group or leisure in the last 8 days multiplied by the probability 2 & eacute; of & ecirc ; be in d & eacute; psychological braid.

In total, & quot; These r & eacute; results dé veil a population h & eacute; t & eacute; rog & egrave ; not living rather & OCIRC ; t aptly advanced & eacute; e in & acirc ; ge and social links appear & icirc ; t as a d & eacute; ending sant & eacute; significant & quot;.

Source: Press Release INPES October 2014: & quot; The behavior of health & eacute; of 55-85 years – Analysis of barom & egrave ; be sant & eacute; 2010 & quot;..

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Category: Science | Date : October 31, 2014

& Agrave ; turn, Professor Antoine Andremont sp & eacute; World cialist bacterial & eacute; riologie and & eacute; undermine expert in the field of r & eacute; sistance to antibiotics, sounds the alarm *.

It is not the first, but the chorus of warnings should still m & ecirc ; finish me become audible, even deafening, and lead & agrave ; a r & eacute; significant reduction in the consumption of these m & eacute; drugs.

Only seventy years after & egrave ; s the arrival & eacute; e of these fabulous m & eacute; drugs on the market & eacute ;, more than 25 000 d & eacute; c & egrave ; tooth each ann & eacute; e in Europe, because of the r & eacute; resistors d & eacute; velopp & eacute ; es by bact & eacute; ries.

Within 20 years, the op & eacute; b & eacute rations ; nignes can become deadly, pr & eacute; said the sp & eacute; cialist.

In a chapter titled & eacute; & quot; Imaginary Portrait of a society & eacute; t & eacute; without antibiotics & quot ;, it tells the story & quot; All & agrave ; is cr & eacute; believable & quot; a sexag & eacute; nary full sant & eacute; part to a round the world for 6 months.

D & egrave ; s her return home, she runs into the shower, unaware that the & eacute; gionelles have multiplied & eacute; es in his absence in pipes Unusable & eacute; s.

A few days later, she starts & agrave ; cough.

The d & eacute; then decides to finish a bo & icirc old ; you antibiotics pr & eacute; feel in her wardrobe & agrave ; pharmacy.

& Eacute ; Obviously, the situation worsens, it must & ecirc ; be hospitalized & eacute; e and re & ccedil ; oit more antibiotics treatment & quot ; Strong & quot;.

His cough gu & eacute; rit, but his intestines do not support & eacute; the th & eacute; rapies administered & eacute; es.

Fortunately, the story of this woman jalonn & eacute; e & quot; Bad meetings microbial & quot; is relatively caricature, but it shows that & quot; It is possible to die & agrave ; because of a series of circumstances actually quite banal & quot ;, notes the author, who feared the return of forgotten diseases & eacute; es.

Depending on the bacterial & eacute; ries likely to become & quot; Out of control & OCIRC ; the & quot ;, it could be urinary tract infections or cutaneous & eacute; es, of septic & eacute; mies, pneumonia, ear infections, m & eacute; ningites of the fi & egrave ; vre typhoid & iuml ; or of sexually transmitted infections.

He regrets a d & eacute; total disengagement of the pharmaceutical industry on the search for new antibiotics.

& quot; For thirty years, the m & eacute; doctors fight infections more r & eacute; sistantes with m & ecirc ; my tools today to & ecirc pass ; be d & eacute; pass & eacute; s & quot ;, & eacute; crit it.

We feel a fr & eacute; work- out in industrial.

It emp & ecirc ; che, only the drastic reduction of any inappropri use & eacute; e antibiotics will reduce the d & eacute; g & acirc ; ts, esp & eacute; Rons it, wait for the arrival & eacute; e new treatments.

The m & eacute; doctors are becoming more reasonable.

It is essential that the v & eacute; t & eacute; veterinarians and food manufacturers do the m & ecirc ; me.