Destination Santé

France
Umut Talha, born on 26 January 2011 at the Antoine Béclère de Clamart Hospital near Paris, is the first “child donor” – NOT “medicine baby” as the media would have it – to be born in France.


Ivory Coast’s battle for antiretroviral drugs

Cigarettes: Smoking out your life

Listeria: A biological hacker in the human immune system

When a mother’s voice soothes a baby

Nail biting opens the door to infection

Childproofing the kitchen is essential


Urinary infections: a vaccine on the horizon?

Verrucas: more than just a foot virus

Medical management improves for HIV/AIDS babies

Breathe in, breathe out: the respiration process revealed

Advantages of exercise over smoking enormous

Wash and disinfect baby bottles: a priority for infant health

Turn it down! Advice about noise pollution

Breastfeeding: great for baby’s teeth

Basil is good for much more than salads

Eating healthy for two during pregnancy

Infant mortality declines, but still a grave concern

Photosensitivity – what is it and what are the risks?

Safety measures for hedge-trimmer and chainsaw use

What is the circadian rhythm?

Plants and sleeplessness: What not to do

The dirtier the pig...

Sport: What is the right choice for your child?

High blood pressure and a healthy lifestyle

Sweat – A necessary bodily function?

Are anti-wrinkle creams effective?

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