Women are giving birth later and later, study finds

Handdemandaci/Getty Images/iStockphoto Newborn, Baby, Childbirth, Family, Human Hand Handdemandaci/Getty Images/iStockphoto The age of mothers at the time of childbirth has been increasing steadily since the early 1980s. BIRTH – A child, but as late as possible. According to’“national perinatal survey 2021”, carried out every five years since 1995, mothers are always older at the time … Read more

How to quickly gain muscle mass in a month?

When looking to gain muscle, it’s no secret that exercise and a good diet are key. Additionally, many factors contribute to the rate of muscle gain, including your training experience, gender, age, and the type of exercise you do. So you may wonder how much muscle you can actually gain in a month. This article … Read more

simplify the injection of chemotherapy

By Soline Roy Posted yesterday at 5:58 p.m., Update yesterday at 5:58 p.m. The patient could benefit from a less invasive intervention, thanks to this method of substitution to the placement of a catheter. Image Point Fr/Shutterstock / Image Point Fr DECRYPTION – A French team has developed a process for delivering anti-cancer products subcutaneously. … Read more

Fatigue is not the only cause of dark circles

Reading time: 2 min — Spotted on Newsweek “You look bad!” Who has never heard this sentence after a difficult night? This unpleasant remark is often linked to the presence of dark circles, which betray our lack of sleep. But fatigue is not necessarily the only responsible for their appearance. These bluish or brown patches … Read more

how to regulate ghrelin, the hunger hormone

Ghrelin is a hormone that is produced and released in the stomach. It is often called the “hunger hormone” because it increases appetite. It also promotes blood sugar regulation, prevents muscle breakdown and protects the heart. Here is what ghrelin is, its functions, and how a person can manage its levels in their body. Ghrelin … Read more