Category: Beauty | Date : October 24, 2014

Always in a bad mood ? Perp dé tual optimistic? But why ? & Agrave ; the occasion of the 27th & egrave ; congress & egrave me, the s annual European College of Neuro -psycho- pharmacology Berlin, Hungarian researchers have advanced dé the season in which we are n dé s would be influenced ind dé the dé bile on our character & egrave, re..

Associate character traits & egrave ; agrave & re ; date of birth, it is no longer the preserve of astrology.

According Medicalxpress site, season of birth of a b é b é ; would actually affect his future personality dé.

AD & egrave, s have followed 400 adults for several years dé es, the scientists were able dé pledge four personality orientations dé s.

The natives of spring and the dé t é ; have a temp dé hyperthymic rowing, that is & agrave ; -dire & agrave a trend ; see life in pink & ecirc, be too positive, too optimistic all the time.

A shade however : subjects n dé s dé t & eacute; are significantly cyclothymic that winter natives, that is & agrave ; -dire they pass quickly from joy to the blues, and vice versa.

People n dé es in winter are about & agrave ; them less irritable, but they pr dé feel any of m & ecirc, me & more favorable terrain agrave ; the dé premium.

& laquo ; The dé biochemical studies we analyzed dé es have shown dé the season & agrave ; wherein na is icirc & ; t, affects certain neurotransmitters & raquo; says Professor Xenia Gonda, lead author of the dé study, interviewed dé e in m dé British dias.

So do we go up & agrave ; choose her due date depending on whether a child wants rained & OCIRC ; does little positive or irritable?



Category: Science | Date : October 24, 2014

D dé cid dé ment, infectious diseases are currently a lot about them.

Of course, all the attention is focalis dé are about the dé pid dé crumb Ebola, which kills more people each day in Africa, but this should not overshadow the other diseases, including tuberculosis.

Because the figures just released by the World Health Organisation dé in its 2014 global report on the disease show that m & ecirc ; me if progr & egrave, s & quot; Majors & quot; have dé t & eacute; recorded dé s over the last & egrave ; res ann dé es – 37 million sauv é lives, are between 2000 and 2013 – the battle is not won dé.

Tuberculosis is still today the second & egrave ; most infectious pathology me bruised & egrave, re worldwide & after egrave, s AIDS.

Last year, nine million new cases and 1.5 million dé egrave & c, s have dé t & eacute; recorded dé s.

The 2013 figures are slightly dé lev dé s than in 2012, due to the inclusion of the first r dé results dé TAILL dé s of Nigeria, the country ‘s most populous dé Africa.

Overall, men are more often and more severely touch dé s women, displaying pr & egrave, s two-thirds of dé egrave & c, s & agrave due ; tuberculosis in 2013, while 80,000 children died.

Diseases know no boundary & egrave, res.

The situation is even more unacceptable that most dé egrave & c, s & ecirc could, be dé lives dé s.

But voil & agrave ;, to achieve the goal fix dé WHO – r dé production by half dé the mortality rate dé tuberculosis and its rate of pr dé valence 2015 – it takes money : eight billion dollars a year, of which about two thirds dé detect and treat patients, 20% for tuberculosis multi r dé sistantes and 10 % for rapid diagnostic tests.

The Global Fund and government am dé -American are the two main donors.

France also assists but astronomically ccedil ; are insufficient if we are to believe the communiqu é ; raging from two NGOs, Global Health Advocates France and France ONE.

& quot; While the new report but the dé v & egrave ; ; pid dé catastrophic Ebola r é mie slow scope of action and financing needs in the health dé World, France, her pr dé sees r dé reduce its aid budget & agrave ; the health dé in countries dé Development & quot ;, can we read.

Because the draft Finance Bill 2015 pr dé feel & quot; A cut of more than 80 million euros in the envelope dé di dé e & agrave ; ODA dé Development & quot; and Particular & egrave ; larly projects sant é ;.

& quot; The r dé dé emergence of multi -r TB dé -wearing in Europe t dé Moigne the urgent n dé cessit dé to act in a world o & ugrave ; Diseases know no boundary & egrave, res & quot ;, notes Patrick Bertrand, former director é ; cutive of the NGO Global Health Advocates.

& quot; R dé reduce budgets ODA dé development in health dé is nothing short of criminal, and the argument of r dé dé balancing misleading public statements when we know that a country like the United Kingdom, subject to m & ecirc ; my budg constraints dé tions, manages & agrave ; dé dier 0.1% of GNI & agrave ; ODA sant é ;, as pr dé OHISC dé WHO & quot; adds Friederike R & ouml ; der, director of ONE France.