their price is a barrier for Europeans, who wish to consume more

A Bona Fidé study highlights that “75% of Europeans are in favor of the establishment of a fruit and vegetable check for the poorest households“. More than fruits and vegetables…

nearly 40% of law enforcement officers consider them “little or not effective”, according to a study

Nearly two out of five police officers and gendarmes questioned (39.2%) judge identity checks “little or not effective” to guarantee the security of a territoryaccording to a study by the…

Study: Among Poles saving for a specific purpose, over 40 percent he does it with the “rainy day” in mind

40 percent Poles save for a specific purpose – according to the study “Poles’ Own Wallet: as frugal as a Pole”. It was indicated that among them 41 percent they…

Halving meat consumption would help achieve climate goals, study finds

Reduce by half current meat consumption in France, to drop to a maximum of 450 grams per week, would make it possible to achieve the climate objectives set for the…

The number of vasectomies multiplied by 15 in 12 years in France, according to a study

An increasingly popular choice of contraception. Vasectomy, long marginal among French menis increasingly practiced, shows a study published Monday by health authorities. Between 2010 and 2022, “the number of vasectomies…

Bronchiolitis: Sanofi’s preventive treatment is effective, according to a study

The preventive treatment developed by the pharmaceutical groups Sanofi and AstraZeneca to protect babies from the virus that causes bronchiolitis has proven effective, according to a study reviewing an immunization…

Study: COVID-19 may have been in Europe before December 2019

There are indications that infections caused by SARS-CoV-2 appeared in Europe before the official start date of the pandemic, i.e. before the turn of 2019-2020. This is evidenced by research…

United Kingdom: Britons should work until age 71 to balance pensions, study finds

To preserve their pensions, British workers would have to work much longer. The age of the retirement will have to be increased to 71 years in the United Kingdom by…

Sharp increase in thoughts and attempts of suicide among young French adults, according to a study

Suicidal thoughts or suicide attempts among young adults have increased significantly since Covid, shows the latest Public Health France barometer on Mondaya new illustration of a deterioration in the mental…

“Ambitious”, “satisfied”… young people as invested as their elders in their relationship with work, according to a study

By Le Figaro with AFP Published 34 minutes ago According to the joint Apec/Terra Nova survey, seniors and young people share the same top 3 on “their basic expectations of…

Teachers’ strike: a study highlights unhappiness at work in National Education

If the malaise in the agricultural world has been heard on the roads for several days, that within National Education could also resurface with force. This Thursday, the main teaching…

an alert study on new substances in circulation

It is a list of molecules, an illicit pharmacopoeia known to those in the know. In total, twenty-six synthetic substances were identified for the first time in France, in 2022,…

Study by Didier Raoult on Covid: the government initiates disciplinary proceedings against three practitioners

The study had cast opprobrium on Professor Didier Raoult. Three practitioners who co-signed the publication which describes undeclared clinical trials on patients with Covid during the pandemic are the subject…

Study: Poles under 20 years of age sometimes buy products recommended on social media

Every fifth Pole under the age of 20 often buys products recommended on social media – according to the study “Youth vs Mobile. Staring at the screen, or about young…

Covid: a French study makes the link between vaccination and menstrual disorders

Delayed periods, heavier or more painful periods… Since the start of vaccination campaigns against Covid-19, many women have reported disruptions in their menstrual cycles. If the links between vaccination and…