The body reprograms itself according to the outside temperature

The body of some warm-blooded mammals, including humans, is capable of global and profound metabolic adaptation to exposure to cold or extremely hot temperatures. This is shown by a study published on May 17, 2022 eLife Sciences, where…

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The Sixth Science, Episode 82: Preventing Myopia

This is another pandemic, this time not because of the virus but for our way of life. This is related to the prevalence of myopia, which has doubled in 50 years. In 1970 20% of the population was…

And in the meantime, India is testing an engine for human spaceflight

you will also be interested As European politicians prepare to fund the autonomous manned flight programme, India is set to become the fourth space power capable of sending humans into space. A good technical performance for a state…

A digital program for cognitive health takes root in Charlevoix

Thanks to the first collaboration between Living Lab Charlevoix, which was led by President of Innovation and Research in Emergency Medicine, and Lucilab, a Quebec company with a social mission, Charlevoix aged between 45 and 70 has access…

May heat: a “ridge”, not a “dome”

This week of May 2022 is of summer. Temperatures will exceed 30 °C almost everywhere in the region, with the exception of the coasts of the Channel and the Mediterranean rim, warns Meteo-France. This event is extraordinary in…

Tiger Mosquito: Red Alert in Occitania

From Orange Alert to Red Alert in just a few days, the Tiger Mosquito is becoming more and more established in Occitania. The problem with this species is that it can transmit serious tropical diseases. Tiger Mosquito /…

Complex animal communities 550 million years ago

The Ediacaran is a period in Earth’s history that spans from -635 to -541 million years. Its name refers to the hills of Ediacara where the earliest animal fossils on Earth were found, dating back to 600 to…

Male infertility may increase the risk of breast cancer in men

Necessary Breast cancer is said to be aggressive when cancer cells outgrow the initial tumor. According to the National Cancer Institute, when it affects men, it is usually infiltrative ductal carcinoma. The course and management of the disease…

COC: Fresh Coaches and DTNs on New Sports Science Technologies

The Olympic Committee (COC) of the Congo organized a refresher seminar for trainers and National Technical Directors (DTNs) of all sports federations practicing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), to discuss new perspectives related to new…