Two hours a week in nature, the minimum dose for your well-being

Spending at least two hours a week in the wild would be the threshold for maintaining one’s health and well-being, scientists say after analyzing data from a survey of 20,000…

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Gut bacteria linked to fibromyalgia

Differences in the populations of bacteria that inhabit the digestive tract of people with fibromyalgia have been observed for the first time by Quebec researchers. Dr. Amir Minerbi and his…

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A very limited loss of neurons linked to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is accompanied by a slight decrease in neuronal and synaptic markers, according to studies conducted by French and Canadian scientists, whose results upset the scientific consensus established for…

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study shows alcohol drinking slows brain growth in adolescent monkeys

A study of primates showed that the equivalent of four drinks a day over a one-year period had dramatic effects on brain growth in adolescence. Although it is excessive consumption,…

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Americans cross the border to buy their insulin

Americans flock to Windsor, southwestern Ontario, to buy insulin, which is up to 10 times cheaper than in the United States. There is not a day when Richard Yee, owner…

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