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Bouteflika reçoit l’émir saoudien Turki Ben Mohamed Ben Fahd Ben Abdelaziz

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حل لغز 118 جريمة عن طريق نظام « أفيس »

تمكنت مصالح الشرطة القضائية للمديرية العامة للأمن الوطني، خلال شهر مارس الماضي، من فك لغز 118 قضية جنائية، عن طريق التقنيات العلمية المتوصل إليها في مجال البحث والتحري الجنائي، خاصة عن طريق استعمال تقنيات النظام الآلي للتعرف على بصمات الأصابع "AFIS". في هذا الإطار، تمكنت المصالح ذاتها من معالجة 118 (...)

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رحموني مدرب مولودية سعيدة :

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سطيف: توقيف 3 أشخاص و حجز 31 كلغ من الكيف

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Mysterious mutants: 13 masked people should have devastating diseases—but don’t

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With a deluge of DNA sequences pouring in from various studies, researchers diving in are finding that Mendelian genetics may be a lot muddier than expected. Wrinkled peas aside, certain bad mutations may not always be bad.

After sifting through the genetic codes of nearly 600,000 adults, researchers discovered that 13 of them were healthy despite carrying mutations that were thought to guarantee devastating childhood disorders, such as cystic fibrosis and those that cause severe skeletal malformations. The authors, led by Stephen Friend of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, hypothesize that these 13 apparently normal adults have other genetic elements that compensate or buffer the effects of those mutations. If that’s true and researchers can pinpoint the source of their genetic resilience, the findings may offer critical information about how to cure these diseases in the not so genetically lucky, the authors report in Nature Biotechnology.

Most research in the past has focused on finding the cause of a disease, Friend said in a teleconference with media. But, he added, “finding the gene that is causing the disease is not the same as trying to find a way to prevent those symptoms.” A few years ago, he and a colleague came up with the idea of looking for cures not in the sick, but in people who should have gotten sick—people who look healthy and normal.

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  • Migrant numbers fuel GP crisis with too few doctors recruited

    • GP surgeries can't deal with rapidly rising populations, major study warns
    • Crisis caused by rises in numbers of pregnant women and young children 
    • Up to four million queue outside surgeries to get a same-day appointment
    • Population could reach 80million in 25 years if migration continues to rise

    By Sophie Borland Health Editor For The Daily Mail

    Published: 23:42 GMT, 5 April 2016 | Updated: 00:07 GMT, 6 April 2016

    GP surgeries are reaching 'saturation point' and cannot cope with the rapidly rising population, a major study warns today.

    Family doctors are already stretched as far as they can go – and things are set to get worse, according to Oxford University analysis.

    The crisis has been caused by dramatic rises in numbers of pregnant women and young children – fuelled by migration – as well as in the elderly.

    These groups need more appointments than others and the strain is such that patients may be told to stay away if they have minor illnesses or long-term conditions that can be treated at home.

    GP surgeries are reaching 'saturation point' and cannot cope with the rapidly rising population, a major study warns today (file photo)

    GP surgeries are reaching 'saturation point' and cannot cope with the rapidly rising population, a major study warns today (file photo)

    The study – published today in the Lancet medical journal – says the situation will only get worse as recruitment of family doctors fails to keep pace with the rising population.

    Figures revealed yesterday that up to four million people already have to queue outside surgeries to get a same-day appointment. Today's study, which looked at 100 million GP appointments, highlights the impact of the rapid increase in England's population in the eight years to 2014, up 6 per cent to 54.3 million.

    Although the number of GPs has risen, it has not kept pace. There are only about 60 family doctors per 100,000 patients – one of Europe's lowest levels. It compares with 162 per 100,000 in France, 139 in Finland and 75 in Romania.

    Professor Richard Hobbs, lead author and head of primary care sciences at Oxford University, said: 'The demands on general practice have increased substantially over the past seven years.

    'Recruitment of new GPs and nurses remains low while the population in England steadily increases. As currently delivered, the system seems to be approaching saturation point. The system is probably providing the maximum number of consultations that it can at the moment.

    'We've just got this capacity issue where there just isn't enough GPs to do more surgery sessions or to do longer surgery sessions. Demand has increased and yes, things will get worse if the situation continues.'

    He said academics and NHS officials may need to 'have a debate' with the public about restricting GP services – with options including patients with minor illnesses being asked not to go to surgeries for treatment.

    Family doctors are already stretched as far as they can go ¿ and things are set to get worse, according to Oxford University analysis (file photo)

    Family doctors are already stretched as far as they can go – and things are set to get worse, according to Oxford University analysis (file photo)

    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) last week said the UK population could reach almost 80 million within 25 years if immigration continues to rocket and life expectancy increases. The UK Statistics Authority said more than 1.6 million migrants moved from EU nations to the UK between 2006 and 2014.

    ONS figures show a growing share of babies are born to immigrant mothers. In 2014, 27 per cent of births were to mothers born outside Britain, up from 26.5 per cent in 2012.

    Immigrants are thought to have higher fertility rates as they are usually young and in their childbearing years.

    The latest analysis looked at almost 102 million appointments from 398 surgeries between 2007 and 2014. It found GPs' average workloads had increased 16 per cent in that time and consultations were highest amongst the under-fours, pregnant women and the elderly.

    These patients require many more appointments than the general population for routine check-ups, scans and vaccines.

    The number of face-to-face appointments and their average length both increased, while the number of telephone consultations nearly doubled. Barbara Keeley MP, a Labour health spokesman, said: 'Millions of people are being left on hold, queuing to speak to the surgery or waiting up to three weeks for an appointment.

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    Picket: Dr Melissa Baldwin in February strike

    Picket: Dr Melissa Baldwin in February strike

    Almost 25,000 operations have been cancelled because of the strikes by junior doctors.

    They include 5,100 scheduled for today and tomorrow as medics take to the picket lines for the fourth time since January.

    This 48-hour 'emergency care only' walkout will begin at 8am – and thousands of non-urgent scans and outpatients' appointments have also been postponed.

    In three weeks' time, junior doctors are due to stage the first all-out strike in the NHS's history. Some A&E units may close as they will be left too short-staffed to run safely.

    The row centres on a new contract for junior doctors that will see them working more weekend and evening shifts for slightly lower rates of pay.

    Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt called for doctors to think again about the strike. He said: 'It is patients who are suffering.'

    Department of Health figures show 24,500 non-urgent operations have been cancelled since December, including hip and knee replacements and surgery for cataracts.

    Dr Johann Malawana, of the British Medical Association, said doctors were taking action 'because we believe this contract would be bad for the delivery of patient care in the long term'.

    'Under the Tories, general practice has been left underfunded, understaffed and unable to cope with rising demand.'

    The crisis in surgeries has been worsened by soaring numbers of demoralised GPs retiring early, becoming private doctors or moving overseas.

    They are not being replaced by young trainees, who are instead opting for careers as surgeons or hospital specialists, which they see as more prestigious.

    Dr Maureen Baker, chairman of the Royal College of GPs, said: 'This report should ring alarm bells for the Government and spur ministers into action to address the crisis in general practice before it's too late.'

    Ex-GP Dr Matthew Thompson, now a professor at the University of Washington in the US, said: 'This struggle to provide the quality of care GPs would like to offer, in the face of competing demands on time, is contributing to alarming rates of burnout.'

    He also drew attention to 'deeply concerning' figures showing many GPs aged 50 or over were considering early retirement within the next five years.

    Tory MP Priti Patel said the pressures would continue as long as Britain remained in the EU and there was a lack of immigration controls.

    She said: 'Our membership of the EU means we are unable to control our borders and that is putting an acute strain on our public services.'

    NHS England said it had invested £125.5million to help expand opening hours of surgeries and was working to increase GP numbers.

    s.borland@dailymail.co.uk

     

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