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Pas de la douleur: est ce que c’est le syndrome de Marsili?

 03 avril 2019 – Cette femme Écossaise ne ressent pas de la douleur. Cette femme semble être dotée de pouvoirs et son cas intrigue: elle n’a jamais souffert lors de son accouchement et peut se renverser une tasse de café sur la peau sans rien ressentir.

Mme Cameron fait partie des personnes extrêmement rares dans le monde entier qui ne ressentent jamais la douleur.

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Aussi en France: addiction sur ordonnance par des medicaments opioïdes

24 février 2019 – Très efficaces pour soulager la douleur mais extrêmement addictifs, les opioïdes ont inondé le marché Américain. Ils sont à l’origine d’une terrible crise sanitaire, avec 72 000 morts d’overdose pour la seule année 2017. Aussi en France, 12 millions de personnes prennent des médicaments opioïdes.

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  • Study of rare genetic disorder that effects the eyes avril 3, 2020
    Nagano prefecture is home to a group of people affected with a rare genetic neurodegenerative disorder called familial amyloid polyneuropathies (FAP). This disease impacts the gene encoding protein transthyretin (TTR) which is produced in the liver and also eyes. Liver transplants are often a treatment for this disease, but severe eyesight problems such as cloudiness […]
  • Natural sunscreen gene influences how we make vitamin D avril 2, 2020
    Genetic variations in the skin can create a natural sunscreen, according to University of Queensland researchers investigating the genes linked with vitamin D.
  • Single mutation leads to big effects in autism-related gene avril 2, 2020
    A new study in Neuron offers clues to why autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is more common in boys than in girls. National Institutes of Health scientists found that a single amino acid change in the NLGN4 gene, which has been linked to autism symptoms, may drive this difference in some cases. The study was conducted […]
  • Lifestyle changes could delay memory problems in old age, depending on our genes avril 2, 2020
    Researchers from King's College London have shown that how we respond to changes in nutrients at a molecular level plays an important role in the aging process, and this is directed by some key genetic mechanisms.
  • Geneticists are bringing personal medicine closer for multiracial individuals avril 2, 2020
    A new study in Nature Communications proposes a method to extend polygenic scores, the estimate of genetic risk factors and a cornerstone of the personalized medicine revolution, to individuals with multiple ancestral origins. The study was led by Dr. Davide Marnetto from the Institute of Genomics of the University of Tartu, Estonia and coordinated by […]
  • One size does not fit all: Not all men idolize Western ideals of muscularity avril 3, 2020
    UK researchers reported that men in Uganda and Nicaragua were generally less hung up about their body image and cared less about pursuing a muscular physique than British men. The study employed new body-imaging technology and machine learning to understand different cultural attitudes around the drive toward ideals of muscularity. Understanding variation between groups is […]
  • Indigenous American ancestry may be associated with HER2-positive breast cancer avril 3, 2020
    An increased proportion of Indigenous American (IA) ancestry was associated with a greater incidence of HER2-positive breast cancer, according to a study published in Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
  • New molecular mechanism that regulates the sentinel cells of the immune system avril 3, 2020
    CNIC scientists have uncovered a new molecular mechanism that determines the identity and expansion of one of the cell types that work as immune sentinels in the body -- the macrophages of the serous cavities.
  • Changes to drylands with future climate change avril 3, 2020
    While drylands around the world will expand at an accelerated rate because of future climate change, their average productivity will likely be reduced, according to a new study. These regions, which primarily include savannas, grasslands and shrublands, are important for grazing and non-irrigated croplands. They are also a critical part of the global carbon cycle […]
  • Discovery of life in solid rock deep beneath sea may inspire new search for life on Mars avril 2, 2020
    Newly discovered single-celled creatures living deep beneath the seafloor have provided clues about how to find life on Mars. These bacteria were discovered living in tiny cracks inside volcanic rocks after researchers perfected a new method cutting rocks into ultrathin slices to study under a microscope. Researchers estimate that the rock cracks are home to […]
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