Tarbes. Noise prevention plan

The general public can consult the draft Plan for the Prevention of Noise in the Environment (PPBE) relating to the municipal roads of the City of Tarbes, whose annual traffic exceeds 3 million vehicles until June 24. It can be consulted in paper version in the premises of the Health-Environment department at the Brauhauban hotel, … Read more

Cazaubon. A space dedicated to you

“Gentle awakening”, “Gascon ritual”, “Relaxation and SPA”, “Atama”, “Kobido”, “Energetic smoothing”, so many invitations to let yourself go in the expert hands of Sylvie Couerbe and Jean Davoisne. With a soothing view of the park and the swimming pool, in the new wellness area adjoining the Château Bellevue, one offers massages, the other practices the … Read more

Brassac. €1,000 for bone marrow transplants

Beneficiary of a bone marrow transplant, Michel Rouanet had taken advantage of his convalescence to publish a collection of texts “Plume de piaf”, promising to donate the profits to the Association of bone marrow transplant recipients of Midi-Pyrénées. For 20 years, these volunteers have worked at the Oncopole de Toulouse and have acquired the knowledge … Read more

TESTIMONY. “I am totally toothless, I have been mutilated”: the legal fight of a retiree against her dental surgeon

the essential Dominique, 64, a resident of Haute-Garonne is toothless following multiple interventions by a dental surgeon based in the Paris region. For nearly 15 years now, she has been trying to make her victim status heard by suing this practitioner. She recounts the ordeal she has been living since she has no more teeth. … Read more

United States: a vaccine against RSV, responsible for bronchiolitis

This is a first, the FDA has just authorized a vaccine against the respiratory syncytial virus, responsible for bronchiolitis in babies and sometimes serious respiratory diseases in adults. Authorized for people aged 60 and over, the vaccine has just received a favorable opinion from the EMA, the European Medicines Agency. There Food and drug administration … Read more

Alzheimer’s disease: two studies offer hope for a treatment

Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 50 million people worldwide. And despite advances in science, there is no cure. Two studies published in quick succession nevertheless give hope as to the forthcoming development of a treatment. Will we soon be able to treat and cure Alzheimer’s disease? Two recently published studies offer promising prospects. Latest work … Read more