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Why do some people get motion sickness and others don’t? – Science and the future
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Why do some people get motion sickness and others don’t? – Science and the future

“Why do some people feel sick in the car and others don’t?” asks Cedric Pillode on our Facebook page. This…
Are brain implants dangerous? – Science and the future
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Are brain implants dangerous? – Science and the future

Restoring memory, controlling an exoskeleton with a thought, or communicating via a computer… Brain implants promise to restore cognitive and…
Covid: Japan to lift mask recommendation – Science et Avenir
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Covid: Japan to lift mask recommendation – Science et Avenir

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced on Friday that the Japanese government will lift the recommendation to wear masks indoors…
Liberal doctors are concerned about the return of duty on call – Science et Avenir
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Liberal doctors are concerned about the return of duty on call – Science et Avenir

Liberal physicians, already reconvened despite their workload, fear that guards will become mandatory again, as they believe they risk exacerbating…
Doctors shoot “rabbits” on the spot, these appointments are not fulfilled – Science et Avenir
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Doctors shoot “rabbits” on the spot, these appointments are not fulfilled – Science et Avenir

Nearly 27 million doctor’s appointments are not filled every year, exacerbating the difficulty of accessing care: physician representatives are raising…
Covid: Health checks for Chinese travelers extended in France – Science et Avenir
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Covid: Health checks for Chinese travelers extended in France – Science et Avenir

Originally scheduled to run until Jan. 31, controls imposed in France on travelers from China have been extended until Feb.…
Should we be tempted by soft drinks? – Science and the future
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Should we be tempted by soft drinks? – Science and the future

This article is taken from the monthly journal Sciences et Avenir – La Recherche No. 912 of February 2023. Cider,…
Oxytocin: the “hormone of love”? Not so fast, according to Science et Avenir
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Oxytocin: the “hormone of love”? Not so fast, according to Science et Avenir

Oxytocin is often called the “love hormone” because it plays an important role in mating and maternal care behaviors, but…
Men always had babies later than women – Science et Avenir
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Men always had babies later than women – Science et Avenir

Since time immemorial, men have been on average seven years older than women at the time of childbearing. Here are…
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