Faculty of Medicine of Lille suspends homeopathy diploma
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As a result of the controversies over alternative medicine, the medical school through his dean suspended its university diploma of homeopathy for the beginning academic year in expectation of the position of the Haute Autorité de Santé (High Authority of … Read More

Consequences of global warming in economy, health and geopolitics
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Access to the Arctic Ocean A decrease in Arctic polar ice has opened up new trade routes for ships, and would make undersea resources of oil or raw materials accessible, but with adverse consequences for many species, such as plankton … Read More

Effects of global warming on weather and oceans
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Tropical cyclones (Evolution of tropical storms (in blue), hurricanes (in green) and major hurricanes (category 3) (in red), in the North Atlantic.) The scientific consensus in the 2007 IPCC report is that the intensity of tropical cyclones is likely to … Read More

Mental states in philosophy of mind
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Qualia The qualia, in the singular quale, are defined as the properties of the sensory experience by which it is something to perceive this or that (color, sound, etc.). They are therefore subjective effects felt and specifically associated with mental … Read More

How to Save Health When You Spend Much Time at the Computer
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Keeping fit and healthy is a popular topic in modern digital era. Every day we kill our nerves, sight, posture, joints, and even stomach just sitting at the computer. No matter if you work at your architectural project at the … Read More

Crystals (2)
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Healing with the help of the quartz crystal must be regarded as a corrective spiritual approach. A man who is in balance with the rest of the creation does not get sick. Disease is already a warning! The crystal helps … Read More

Crystals (1)
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Quartz (also known as α-Quartz) is a mineral spread in the earth’s crust, which has the chemical composition of SiO2 crystallizing in the trigonal system. The quartz amplifies, transforms, stores, focuses and transfers energy. In metaphysics, all physical properties have … Read More

Blue Whale game causes victims among children in Romania
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In Targoviste city more students are monitored by authorities due to their involvement in the Blue Whale game. The youngest child is only nine years. “So far, six children were identified as accessing this virtual game. There are reports that … Read More

Evolution of Ebola virus disease
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Outbreaks of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in 1976 (navy blue) from 1977 to 2012 (bordeaux), and 2014 (sky blue). CIM-10: A98.4 CIM-9: 065.8 DiseasesDB: 18043 MedlinePlus: 001339 eMedicine: med/626  MeSH: D019142 The Ebola virus disease, also known as Ebola, or Ebola … Read More

Chemotherapeutic agents
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Chemotherapy is the use of chemical substances to treat disease. In its modern-day use, it refers primarily to cytotoxic drugs used to treat cancer. In its non-oncological use, the term may also refer to antibiotics (antibacterial chemotherapy). In that sense, … Read More

Decongestants
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A decongestant is a broad class of medications used to relieve nasal congestion. Generally, they work by reducing swelling of the mucous membranes in the nasal passages. The effects are not limited to the nose and these medicines can increase … Read More

Institute of Cancer Research, London
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Established 1909 Type Public Chairman Lord Ryder of Wensum Chancellor HRH The Princess Royal (University of London) Chief Executive Professor Alan Ashworth FRS Admin. staff 1,075 (2011 average) Students 338 (2010/11) Location London, United Kingdom”, ” Campus Urban Affiliations University … Read More

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