Alopecia drug approved in the United States

The American Medicines Agency (FDA) authorized on Monday June 13 a drug against a severe form of alopecia, a disease causing hair loss or body hair and affecting more than 300,000 people each year in the United States. Read alsoAlopecia: hair loss affects many women Baricitinib is the first oral tablet to combat this condition, … Read more

Oil weakens on inflation and fears of recession in the United States

Oil prices slid on Monday, weighed down by fears of economic recession and galloping inflation in major crude-consuming countries like the United States, when in China, the possibility of new confinements in the largest cities worries. Around 9:20 a.m., a barrel of Brent from the North Sea for delivery in August lost 1.11% to 120.66 … Read more

US announces $100 million for medical training in Latin America

The United States announced a $100 million plan on Wednesday to train half a million health professionals in Latin America, at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles. The new Health Corps of the Americas will aim, over five years, to improve the skills of 500,000 employees in the sector, particularly in the fields … Read more

The Tokyo Stock Exchange supported by economic optimism in China and the United States

The Tokyo Stock Exchange closed Monday at its highest in five weeks, driven by the rise of Wall Street on Friday against a backdrop of decelerating US inflation, and by the hopes raised by the easing of health restrictions in China. The flagship Nikkei index gained 2.19% to 27,369.43 points, its highest level since April … Read more

A computer failure paralyzes the Health Insurance site

Users have the option of logging into their account but they are blocked when validating their work stoppage. The Health Insurance site has been accumulating computer problems since last night. According to the DownDetector site, the first reports began around 5 p.m. Wednesday and peaked at 10 a.m. on Thursday. For users, unable to log … Read more

US remains ‘concerned’ after UN visit to Xinjiang

The United States on Saturday expressed “concern” about possible limits placed by Beijing on the visit to Xinjiang by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, said the Secretary of State American Antony Blinken. “The United States remains concerned about the visit of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, and … Read more

Health Insurance calls for a call for tenders for the Health Data Hub

The Health Data Hub, a megafile of French health data, must be the subject of a “call for tenders with the establishment of an independent commissionto choose its new host to replace Microsoft, said the Board of Directors of Health Insurance in a notice published Thursday. “Deprecatedby the controversy, the Health Data Hub needs to … Read more

In the United States, Republicans block a law on domestic terrorism

The Republican opposition in the Senate on Thursday blocked a law to fight domestic terrorism, ten days after a racist massacre and while America mourns the children killed in a school in Texas, two massacres which have brought to light the paralysis of Congress. Read alsoAfter Zelensky’s appeal to Congress, Joe Biden steps up aid … Read more

Iran urges US to abandon Trump’s ‘maximum pressure’ policy

Iran’s prime minister on Thursday called on Joe Biden’s administration to lift economic sanctions against his country and abandon the policy of “maximum pressureof his predecessor Donald Trump, in order to revive the chances of an Iranian nuclear agreement. Read alsoMoscow pressures its Iranian ally in nuclear talks “The most important thing is that economic … Read more

oil inventories fall less than expected

Commercial crude oil reserves in the United States fell less than expected last week, according to figures released on Wednesday by the United States Energy Information Agency (EIA), which also reported a stabilization in American production. During the week ended May 20, black gold inventories fell by a million net barrels, while analysts expected a … Read more