nature has benefited (a little) from confinement

† lhas nature has claimed its rights” : The formula, which flourished during the incarceration, is misleading. Because the ball remains in the court of men, whose model of development leaves little respite for other species, as evidenced by the latest global assessment of the “IPCC of Biodiversity”, IPBES, in May 2019. And as wildlife … Read more

“the suffering is enormous,” warns the WHO

According to the report, about one in eight people worldwide lives with a mental disorder and one in five lives in conflict zones. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday, June 17, called on all countries to invest more in mental health, saying that: “the suffering is enormous” and has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 … Read more

Diseases – Berlin – Divi President: Create a stock of protective equipment for the fall – health

Aachen/Berlin (dpa) – In anticipation of the fall of Corona, a leading intensive care doctor warned of several points: It is important to stock up on enough protective equipment, also due impending shutdowns in China, said Gernot Marx, president of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (Divi). In view of the … Read more

Science is unanimous: music is good for your health

Music not only softens morale, it is also a powerful ally for our health. Listening and practicing the fourth art not only improves our mental well-being, but also our cerebral plasticity and our cognitive abilities. decryption. No one (or almost) is insensitive to the power of music. When preferences differ, the fourth art touches us … Read more

the United States grapples with climate disasters

Nearly 120 million Americans were affected to some degree by the heat wave that hit parts of the Midwest and Southeast of the country. Floods, devastating fires, thunderstorms and a potentially dangerous heat wave for a third of the population: The United States was hit hardest by a series of disasters linked to climate change … Read more

Environmental health, an emerging problem in Pornic and its surroundings

Smoking with your feet in the sand is prohibited on the beautiful beach of La Source this summer. This recent decision is part of a broader wish of the Pornic agglomeration to take better care of its 64,500 inhabitants. It has just signed its first Local Health Contract (CLS) with the Regional Health Agency (ARS). … Read more

WHO plans to declare an ‘international public health emergency’

Since early May, more than 1,600 confirmed cases have been reported in 39 countries, including 32 where the disease is not endemic and where no deaths have yet been recorded. Facing the spreadworryof monkey pox, reported in nearly 40 countries, the WHO will convene a meeting next week to assess whether this virus is a … Read more

Nature – climate change threatens the habitats of migratory birds – economy

Wilhelmshaven (dpa) – The consequences of global climate change are threatening the habitats of some migratory birds along their eastern Atlantic migration routes, according to a study. In northwestern Europe, rising sea levels are already one of the main burdens, the Joint Wadden Sea Secretariat in Wilhelmshaven recently announced when releasing the survey report. The … Read more

Nature – The consequences of climate change threaten the habitats of migratory birds – Economy

Wilhelmshaven (dpa) – According to a study, the consequences of global climate change are threatening the habitats of some migratory birds along their eastern Atlantic migration routes. In northwestern Europe, rising sea levels are already one of the main burdens, the Joint Wadden Sea Secretariat in Wilhelmshaven recently announced when publishing the survey report. The … Read more

Nature – The consequences of climate change threaten the habitats of migratory birds – Economy

Wilhelmshaven (dpa) – The consequences of global climate change are threatening the habitats of some migratory birds along their eastern Atlantic migration routes, according to a study. In northwestern Europe, rising sea levels are already one of the main burdens, the Joint Wadden Sea Secretariat in Wilhelmshaven recently announced when releasing the survey report. The … Read more