Ile-de-France: fewer late or minor abortions, increase in practice of midwives
Fewer voluntary terminations of pregnancy (IVG) and conceptions during the health crisis, fewer late abortions, fewer minors concerned, the rise of midwives in practice… A study by the Regional Health Observatory and the Paris Region Institute analyzes the evolution of the practice of abortions in Ile-de-France. The point in 10 trends.
First case of monkeypox in Ile-de-France
A first confirmed case of monkeypox, a rare disease originating in Africa – and generally benign, was detected on Thursday in Ile-de-France, French health authorities announced on Friday.
In Nogent-sur-Marne, a wellness center to better live with cancer
Well-being treatments, physical activities, artistic awakening… In Nogent-sur-Marne, a beautiful pavilion on avenue Watteau has been welcoming patients fighting cancer since Monday. This support space offers free help to patients through this ordeal of life by allowing them to better manage the side effects of treatments and break their isolation.
Val-de-Marne: child obesity has almost doubled with the health crisis
Cases of obesity and overweight have increased sharply among the youngest since the start of the health crisis, reveals a study carried out in Val-de-Marne by the French public health agency.