Daily Archives: 2018-08-01

colds help – which home remedies really

A common cold is often associated with unpleasant side effects. Home remedies can help relieve these symptoms. We present five different ways, from the grandmother already knew. Method 1: Onion Syrup In the case of cough onion syrup is a good choice. The contained in the onion essential Oils have in connection with the preparation […]

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dental problems in old age: implants or dentures?

People in need of care are often sought by many diseases. Also dental problems are widespread: The own teeth are unable to function, down or sick. So you need to decide many seniors, whether you prefer a prosthesis or implants, to restore a functional Dentition. However, in many cases, it makes sense to put both […]

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New attacks in the er this weekend

While a week ago, I wrote about this nurse emergency injured, here’s that new violence took place in two emergencies of France this weekend. Allo public authorities ? Aggression to the emergency room This happened in Isère at the hospital, Pierre Oudot de Bourgoin-Jallieu and in front of the emergency room of the hospital Delafontaine, […]

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The joys of childbirth

Ah it was finally a good two weeks since I had posted articles on my small blog. As I told you in my last article, my wife had to give birth from one moment to another therefore I could not be present here. 15 days have now passed since the little nurse is born. I […]

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Too much medication !

  Today, let’s go out a few figures and statistics various to brighten up our day. And why not then talk about the number of capsules that you can swallow each day ? What we all know, is that in France we are the champions of the consumption of drugs. How many of you take […]

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today, it is the strike of the nurses !

Today, it is the strike of the caregivers. 28 years after the largest strike undertaken by nurses, we are back on the pavement. In the meantime, any event. Today, I was in this sea of white coats in the streets of Paris, the side of my colleagues infirmier(e)s, aid-caregiver(es), iades of ibodes, liberals, but also […]

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