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Chers Collègues,Nous espérons avoir l'honneur et le plaisir de vous accueillir et vous compter parmi...
Ecrit le 26/02 13:24
'Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike' [1944]This cartoon video was...

'Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike' [1944]
This cartoon video was used to educate soldiers in malaria prevention during World War II. Malaria Mike is a mosquito who repeatedly attacks Private Snafu in an effort to infect the soldier. The mosquito is temporarily foiled because of Snafu's use of clothing, repellent, and mosquito netting.


Ecrit le 18/02 23:48
Fig. 56. “A. Fick's tonometer.” Diseases of the eye and...

Fig. 56. “A. Fick's tonometer.” Diseases of the eye and ophthalmoscopy. 1896. 

Ecrit le 17/01 23:36
Local Health Problems [New York in 1942]This film illustrates...

Local Health Problems [New York in 1942]

This film illustrates the health and sanitary pressures created for a rural area of New York State when the federal government establishes a large ordnance depot in Seneca County and issues a call for thousands of construction and other workers. Because the county and local towns are ill-equipped to handle the influx, the state steps in to test wells, cleaning up or capping them as necessary; close filthy privies and build new ones; truck clean water to the area; send nurses to workers' homes (which include tents, cars, and old school buses); and eventually establish a modern trailer camp with trailers provided by the Farm Security Administration. The trailers are heated and have small kitchens, and central facilities are provided for showering and laundry. A child-care cooperative is set up as well.

Ecrit le 13/01 22:43
Allergies alimentaires : des modèles liés à...

Allergies alimentaires : des modèles liés à l'ethnie

African-American, White, Latino Children Have Different Food Allergen Profiles

via medresearch

Researchers have found that both African-American and Latino children have significantly higher rates of corn, shellfish and fish allergies than white children, confirming that race and ethnicity play an important role in how people are affected by food allergy.

The findings come from the first study designed to assess and characterize the racial and ethnic difference in food allergies among children in the United States. The study was conducted by allergy and immunology experts at Rush University Medical Center, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago.

Results of the study were published in the Nov. 21 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice.

Ecrit le 09/01 03:07

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