Introduction The US and the UK are two of the most well-known countries that concentrate on abroad objections, facilitating practically 1.5 million worldwide students between them. While the two nations share a ton, practically speaking, there are a few significant contrasts between postgraduate concentration in every that any planned Masters Student ought to know about! … Read more

EU-approved treatment for prostate cancer

The European Commission’s favorable opinion was based on a phase III study, conducted in 831 patients, which showed a 38% reduction in the risk of death compared to existing treatments. The European Commission has given the green light for a new treatment from Novartis for an advanced form of prostate cancer, the Swiss pharmaceutical giant … Read more

how to limit your carbon footprint

squeegee Raclette is the favorite dish of 33% of the French. – Getty Images RACLETTE – No need to escape. At a time when we are mapping the carbon footprint of everything and everyone, we wanted to know: what is the carbon footprint of the favorite meal of a third of the French? To clarify … Read more

Ex-pro player revived during warm-up after heart attack

The presence of rescuers and their intervention undoubtedly saved the life of Christophe André, a rugby player from Céret, in the Pyrénées-Orientales. He was warming up for the Fédérale 1 meeting in Grasse when he collapsed on the ground. He immediately took charge of a volunteer firefighter and first responders from the Grasse club, where … Read more

Bomber in Halle briefly takes two prison guards hostage

Stephan Balliet, a supporter of far-right and conspiratorial ideologies, attempted to enter the synagogue in Halle (Saxony-Anhalt) on October 9, 2019 to commit a massacre there on the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. The author of a deadly attack in late 2019 in Halle, in eastern Germany, briefly held two prison guards hostage in Burg … Read more