Daisy - amazing James Crane worked on the 101st floor of Tower 1 of the World Trade Center .. He is blind so he has a golden retriever named Daisy. After the plane hit 20 stories below, James knew…Continue
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A drug that would live up to 150 years?A new generation of drug capable of combating aging of the body, could be marketed in the coming years. British laboratories tested by GlaxoSmithKline, these…Continue
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Euthanasia: practicing assistance to death in Europe?The Netherlands is the first country to legalize euthanasia, ten years agoSeveral European countries have adopted legislation authorizing certain…Continue
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The importance of family solidarity against addiction
56% of 50-64 years have supported a dependent relative, depending on the Opinion Way poll for Le Figaro-Weber Shandwick. These caregivers also need to be helped.
Half of the French state to occupy or have already occupied a near loss of autonomy. For the first time in France, a OpinionWay survey for Health Observatory Le Figaro, Weber Shandwick, reveals the importance of the phenomenon of family caregivers on a sample of 1010…
USA: Obama unveils ambitious brain research
Hundred million dollars from the federal budget has been allocated to research on brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and epilepsy.
Obama focuses on the "mystery" of the brain. The U.S. president said Tuesday an ambitious project to revolutionize the understanding of how the human brain.
This initiative of $ 100 million, initially included in the draft 2014 budget, should eventually help scientists to…
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Elderly - insomnia: the purring of a cat, a hug that heals
Stress, insomnia or anxiety can also be treated without drugs through punctually purring cat, the therapeutic praised by their owners and animal professionals.
Jean-Yves Gauchet veterinarian in Toulouse, France in claims authorship of the "purr therapy," says that the humming "soothes" and acts as "a drug without side effects." "When the body fight against stressful situations, such as stress,…Continue