How to prevent urinary tract infections?

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UTIs, also called cystitis, are characterized by pain during urination and the frequent need to urinate.

What advice can be given to people who suffer from repeated urinary tract infections? Can we prevent recurrence?

  • Dr Medina Ndoye, Urological surgeon at Grand Yoff General Hospital, Dakar, Senegal.

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Violence against women: what consequences in terms of mental health?

Acts of violence against women are likely to cause physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering in them, which can occur in both public and private settings.

Why is it important for doctors to be able to discuss sexual violence with women who come for a consultation? Are certain addictions, certain psychological disorders directly linked to the violence suffered?

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BeAMan, the clip launched by La Maison des Femmes on the occasion of this international day against violence against women

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Covid-19: reconciling the fight against the epidemic and respect for individual freedoms

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France has been subject to second confinement since Friday, October 30, as part of the fight against Covid-19. Obligatory wearing of a mask in public, restriction of movement and the right to assemble… the measures aimed at limiting the contagious risk and the saturation of intensive care services are perceived in a very variable manner by individuals. Their announcement and application are sometimes approved for health reasons but also contested, for considerations of individual freedom.

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COPD: better understanding and preventing this chronic respiratory disease

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On the occasion of World Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Day, we take stock of this pulmonary disease characterized by a persistent blockage of inspired gases in the lungs.

This chronic respiratory disease could become the third cause of death in the world by 2030 according to the World Health Organization. A real public health issue, COPD is mainly caused by the inhalation of microparticles and irritants linked to cigarette smoke and air pollution.

What is the difference between COPD and classical bronchitis? What essential advice can we give in terms of prevention?

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How to react in the event of an epileptic seizure?

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This neurological disease affects, according to the WHO, around 50 million people worldwide, making it one of the most common neurological conditions. Epilepsy can be treated in 70% of cases, but patients and their families can face the stigma.

What factors favor the onset of a seizure in people with epilepsy? What to do when a person is having a crisis? Why then should you absolutely avoid putting your fingers in your mouth?

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Overcoming epidemics: the importance of barrier gestures and hand hygiene


The plague, cholera, the Spanish flu, Ebola… Dreadful dangers, invisible and sometimes fatal, epidemics can threaten our health & beyond, our daily life. Covid-19 is no exception to the rule and the current crisis, beyond its health and economic aspects, is also disrupting our relationship with information. In addition to the Pandemic, there is the very wide distribution of fake news (or “infodemic”). .

Diabetes: when is insulin needed?

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Two days before World Diabetes Day, we are talking about the role in the management of this metabolic disease, of the hygiene of life (diet and physical activity), which occupies an important role, as well as the monitoring and drug treatments. The beneficial effects of a balanced diet on blood sugar levels and overall health are scientifically proven.

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