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L'avion solaire Solar Impulse 2 a terminé samedi sa traversée des États-Unis en atterrissant à New York, et se prépare désormais pour la prochaine étape de son tour du...
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“The study is not there to worry anyone,” study co-author Anick Berard, professor of pharmacy at the University of Montreal, said in an interview.
“It’s to give (mothers-to-be) extra data to make better informed decisions when having depression and contemplating treatment options, and also give data to the prescribing physicians.”
Physicians note risks is small and say further study is needed
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JAMA Pediatrics study found an 87-per-cent higher risk of autism among babies born to women who used antidepressants during the second or third trimesters of pregnancy
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Oh please, let's have a moment of realness
Canadian and U.S. citizens looking to head to Europe could soon be required to apply for visas before travelling, according to a report.
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"Sur le plan biologique, il est plausible que les antidépresseurs engendrent l’autisme s’ils sont utilisés pendant la période de développement du cerveau du fœtus, puisque la sérotonine entre en jeu dans de nombreux processus développementaux prénataux et postnataux, y compris la division cellulaire", précise Anick Bérard. Elle explique que "certaines catégories d’antidépresseurs agissent en inhibant la production de sérotonine, qui entrave la capacité du cerveau de se développer entièrement dans l’utérus. Mieux cerner les répercussions de ces médicaments est une priorité en matière de santé publique, compte tenu de leur utilisation répandue", conclut Anick Bérard.
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Une vaste étude révèle que la prise d'antidépresseurs pendant la grossesse pourrait accroître de 87% le risque pour l'enfant à naître de développer des troubles du spectre autistique.
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La suralimentation compensatoire de ces traitements, en nourritures calciques (Légumineuses, laitages frais et leurs dérivées fromagères) augmente chez la femme notamment enceinte, à brève ou longue échéance, les risques de cancérisation à calcification fine et carcinome malin.
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Las mujeres que consumieron estos fármacos registraron un 87% de incidencia en sus neonatos; el estudio refuerza también que la predisposición genética sigue siendo un factor.
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Reviewing data from over 145,000 pregnancies, researchers find with mothers on antidepressants likelihood of autism rises by 87 percent
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Montreal/Wien. Die Schwangerschaft ist, so sollte man meinen, eine Zeit der Freude und des Glücks. Bei den meisten werdenden Müttern ist dies auch der Fall...
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Les conclusions de cette recherche sont importantes, car 6 à 10% des femmes enceintes prennent des antidépresseurs.
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I communicate breaking research news (health, lifestyle, technology and science) from Quebec universities, and I enjoy sharing my opinions and perspectives on local politics and gay issues. Je communique des nouvelles dernière-minute des universités québécoises (santé, mode de vie, technologies et sciences) et je profite de l'occasion pour partager mes opinions et perspectives sur la vie politique locale et les questions concernant la communauté gay.

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Montreal, Qc - Paris, France - Wellington, New Zealand - Tauranga, New Zealand - Hamilton, New Zealand
We stopped in on the way between Ottawa and Montreal for dinner. The food was of the ordinary kind you'd find at any North American diner, and slightly on the expensive side. I was very unimpressed that a $4 charge was applied for splitting one main course meal over two plates so two toddlers could share it (which the waitress herself suggested, neglecting to mention the fee.) The worst though was asking us if we'd like desert, us responding no, and the waitress bringing out big trays of cake anyway. Cue screaming children (it didn't work.) The service was friendly and the meal generally inoffensive but I won't be bothered going back, especially seeing as there is a diner right on the 417 at the same exit.
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Public - a year ago
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The food is nice but overpriced for what it is, and amazingly (for a park chalet that is owned by the borough) there is almost nothing that is easy to feed to children in the menu. What I dislike about this café though is the disinterested and lazy wait staff. Customers shouldn't have to beg for service, especially not at these prices. It was excellent when it first opened but the last few times I've gone I've been really disappointed. I won't both going back again.
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reviewed a year ago
The service at the checkouts was extremely slow, the selection comparable to what you'd find anywhere else and the prices were no bargain. I'm sorry I wasted my time.
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Café is incredibly poor value for money, and worse than that, the service is completely disinterested. Our waitress literally walked off and disappeared, and our beverages never arrived. The only time I've ever felt like walking off without paying the bill (which we obviously never received either,) but instead we queued up like good Canadians behind 10 other people and eventually managed to pay.
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