Burnout in the caregiver of Alzheimer's disease
Some 9,3 million people were considered "caregivers" in 2021 in France, according to a study by the Department of Research, Studies and Statistics (Drees) published Thursday, February 2.
Access to care: who are these patients who give up, and why?
Article 25 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights guarantees the right of access to healthcare for all. It specifies that: “Everyone has the right to a standard of living sufficient to ensure his health and well-being and that of his family.
Can we already trust AI to diagnose cancer?
What will tomorrow's place be for artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine? Could the diagnostic problems no longer be solved by a Dr. House but by his digital alter ego? In fact, AI is already beyond the eye in detecting
Health system: getting out of the “endless crisis” is not just a question of means
On Friday January 6, the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron presented, during his greetings to health actors, several avenues to try to get the French system out of “this day of endless crisis”. Additional means, such as ac
Hairiness, fat… hibernation? All the techniques of our body to resist the cold
Winter always ends up coming… And this year, because of the energy crisis, our interiors will be confined to a reasonable 19 degrees Celsius. The unpacking of thick sweaters, soft socks and other gloves has therefore begun… Because being cold is