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                    [description] => Journal Reference: Gianni Buser, Roberto Mottola, Björn Cotting, Janik Wolters, Philipp Treutlein. Single-Photon Storage in a Ground-State Vapor Cell Quantum Memory. PRX Quantum, 2022; 3 (2) DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.020349 In quantum communication networks, information is transmitted by single particles of light (photons). At the nodes of such a network buffer elements are needed which can temporarily ... Read more
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Journal Reference:

  1. Gianni Buser, Roberto Mottola, Björn Cotting, Janik Wolters, Philipp Treutlein. Single-Photon Storage in a Ground-State Vapor Cell Quantum Memory. PRX Quantum, 2022; 3 (2) DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.020349

In quantum communication networks, information is transmitted by single particles of light (photons). At the nodes of such a network buffer elements are needed which can temporarily store, and later re-emit, the quantum information contained in the photons.

Researchers at the University of Basel in the group of Prof. Philipp Treutlein have now developed a quantum memory that is based on an atomic gas inside a glass cell. The atoms do not have to be specially cooled, which makes the memory easy to produce and versatile, even for satellite applications. Moreover, the researchers have realized a single photon source which allowed them to test the quality and storage time of the quantum memory. Their results were recently published in the scientific journal PRX Quantum.

Warm atoms in vapor cells

?The suitability of warm atoms in vapor cells for quantum memories has been investigated for the past twenty years,? says Gianni Buser, who worked on the experiment as a PhD student. ?Usually, however, attenuated laser beams ? and hence classical light ? were used.? In classical light, the number of photons hitting the vapor cell in a certain period follows a statistical distribution; on average it is one photon, but sometimes it can be two, three or none.

To test the quantum memory with ?quantum light? ? that is, always precisely one photon ? Treutlein and his co-workers developed a dedicated single photon source that emits exactly one photon at a time. The instant when that happens is heralded by a second photon, which is always sent out simultaneously with the first one. This allows the quantum memory to be activated at the right moment.

The single photon is then directed into the quantum memory where, with the help of a control laser beam, the photon causes more than a billion rubidium atoms to take on a so-called superposition state of two possible energy levels of the atoms. The photon itself vanishes in the process, but the information contained in it is transformed into the superposition state of the atoms. A brief pulse of the control laser can then read out that information after a certain storage time and transform it back into a photon.

Reducing read-out noise

?Up to now, a critical point has been noise ? additional light that is produced during the read-out and that can compromise the quality of the photon,? explains Roberto Mottola, another PhD student in Treutlein?s lab. Using a few tricks, the physicists were able to reduce that noise sufficiently so that after storage times of several hundred nanoseconds the single photon quality was still high.

?Those storage times are not very long, and we didn?t actually optimize them for this study,? Treutlein says, ?but already now they are more than a hundred times longer than the duration of the stored single photon pulse.? This means that the quantum memory developed by the Basel researchers can already be employed for interesting applications. For instance, it can synchronize randomly produced single photons, which can then be used in various quantum information applications.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Gianni Buser, Roberto Mottola, Björn Cotting, Janik Wolters, Philipp Treutlein. Single-Photon Storage in a Ground-State Vapor Cell Quantum Memory. PRX Quantum, 2022; 3 (2) DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.020349 In quantum communication networks, information is transmitted by single particles of light (photons). At the nodes of such a network buffer elements are needed which can temporarily ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Gianni Buser, Roberto Mottola, Björn Cotting, Janik Wolters, Philipp Treutlein. Single-Photon Storage in a Ground-State Vapor Cell Quantum Memory. PRX Quantum, 2022; 3 (2) DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.020349

In quantum communication networks, information is transmitted by single particles of light (photons). At the nodes of such a network buffer elements are needed which can temporarily store, and later re-emit, the quantum information contained in the photons.

Researchers at the University of Basel in the group of Prof. Philipp Treutlein have now developed a quantum memory that is based on an atomic gas inside a glass cell. The atoms do not have to be specially cooled, which makes the memory easy to produce and versatile, even for satellite applications. Moreover, the researchers have realized a single photon source which allowed them to test the quality and storage time of the quantum memory. Their results were recently published in the scientific journal PRX Quantum.

Warm atoms in vapor cells

?The suitability of warm atoms in vapor cells for quantum memories has been investigated for the past twenty years,? says Gianni Buser, who worked on the experiment as a PhD student. ?Usually, however, attenuated laser beams ? and hence classical light ? were used.? In classical light, the number of photons hitting the vapor cell in a certain period follows a statistical distribution; on average it is one photon, but sometimes it can be two, three or none.

To test the quantum memory with ?quantum light? ? that is, always precisely one photon ? Treutlein and his co-workers developed a dedicated single photon source that emits exactly one photon at a time. The instant when that happens is heralded by a second photon, which is always sent out simultaneously with the first one. This allows the quantum memory to be activated at the right moment.

The single photon is then directed into the quantum memory where, with the help of a control laser beam, the photon causes more than a billion rubidium atoms to take on a so-called superposition state of two possible energy levels of the atoms. The photon itself vanishes in the process, but the information contained in it is transformed into the superposition state of the atoms. A brief pulse of the control laser can then read out that information after a certain storage time and transform it back into a photon.

Reducing read-out noise

?Up to now, a critical point has been noise ? additional light that is produced during the read-out and that can compromise the quality of the photon,? explains Roberto Mottola, another PhD student in Treutlein?s lab. Using a few tricks, the physicists were able to reduce that noise sufficiently so that after storage times of several hundred nanoseconds the single photon quality was still high.

?Those storage times are not very long, and we didn?t actually optimize them for this study,? Treutlein says, ?but already now they are more than a hundred times longer than the duration of the stored single photon pulse.? This means that the quantum memory developed by the Basel researchers can already be employed for interesting applications. For instance, it can synchronize randomly produced single photons, which can then be used in various quantum information applications.

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[date_timestamp] => 1656170423 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Losing weight during pregnancy, when is it worrying? [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/losing-weight-during-pregnancy-when-is-it-worrying/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Margaret Stallworth ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 15:07:46 +0000 [category] => Newslosingpregnancyweightworrying [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=4882 [description] => Losing weight during pregnancy is something that can happen. When you discover that you are expecting a baby, the initial joy is added to a weight concern. Common sense tells us that we should start earning it, after all, a little person is growing inside us who should increase our record on the scale but ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>


    Losing weight during pregnancy is something that can happen. When you discover that you are expecting a baby, the initial joy is added to a weight concern. Common sense tells us that we should start earning it, after all, a little person is growing inside us who should increase our record on the scale but it is not always like that. Although it is normal to gain kilos as the pregnancy progresses, there is the possibility that, above all, During the first three months of pregnancy we lose weight.

    During the first weeks of pregnancy, it is common for women to suffer from nausea and discomfort that cause them to have little desire to eat and, in addition, the increase in our metabolism causes the body to consume more calories. All this can lead to a slight weight loss that we must monitor.

    This does not mean that during pregnancy we have to stop living our lives, simply that we should do certain activities in moderation. For example, if you are a person who likes to exercise, here are the recommended sports during pregnancy.

    This content is imported from embed-name. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

    Why am I losing weight during pregnancy?

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    If we are talking about the first trimester, although this period can be extended in time, there are several reasons why we can lose weight during this time:

    • More than 50% of pregnant women have nausea and vomiting during the first trimester so it is possible that during that time the number of calories that the body absorbs is less than it would normally correspond.
    • Hormonal changes that occur during this early part of pregnancy can cause loss of appetite and, consequently, decreased food intake can translate into weight loss.
    • The body is working at a rate unknown to it in the creation of the baby, this supposes a extra effort which can also translate into losing kilos.

      In summary, if during the first trimester we observe a reduction in kilos, we should not worry too much because it is quite common, although if the weight loss is excessive, consult your doctor. In addition, it must be taken into account that genetics plays an important role, Ask your mother and/or grandmother about how it went for them since, if they lost weight during this period, it can give us a clue about how our pregnancy will go. Ask them how it went for them and how fast their bellies were growing, so you have a reference. And do not miss these curiosities about the pregnant belly.

      What should I watch out for if I lose weight?

      a pregnant girl, wearing shorts and a tank top, weighs herself on a scale in her bathroom

      Andersen-RossGetty Images

      There are two aspects that we must control if we lose weight in the first trimester. Dehydration and malnutrition can pose a danger that must be tackled. In any case, it is a good time to start a balanced diet to ensure that we incorporate all the macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, fats), minerals and vitamins that the body will need for us and for the baby that grows inside us. It is advisable have our gynecologist and, if possible, our nutritionist, since their coordinated action will lead us in the right direction.

      Remember that during pregnancy we must control our diet quite a bit, since there are some common products in our diet that we will have to leave parked for nine months, while, perhaps, you have to increase the intake of others to avoid possible deficits of iron or other substances necessary for the body. Here is a complete guide to nutrition in pregnancy with what you should eat and what not.

      Normally, during the second and third trimesters we recover what was lost in the first stage and begin to gain weight as the baby develops.. If this does not happen and the weight loss is maintained beyond the first trimester, we should consult with specialists to avoid complications. If we lose weight in the last weeks of pregnancy, it is important to consult it, as soon as possible, with the medical team, before the moment of delivery can be complicated. It is important to know that not all the contractions you feel are those of the moment of birth, so learn to distinguish labor contractions.

      It is usual to go up between 8 and 14 kilos throughout the pregnancy, depending on whether we started the pregnancy overweight or below our usual weight and our natural complexion. The important thing is to pay attention to the scale during the process and follow the instructions of our gynecologist. Learn, adapt, read, to be prepared for the moment the mucous plug falls off, which is the first sign that our baby is coming.

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) [summary] => Losing weight during pregnancy is something that can happen. When you discover that you are expecting a baby, the initial joy is added to a weight concern. Common sense tells us that we should start earning it, after all, a little person is growing inside us who should increase our record on the scale but ... Read more [atom_content] =>


    Losing weight during pregnancy is something that can happen. When you discover that you are expecting a baby, the initial joy is added to a weight concern. Common sense tells us that we should start earning it, after all, a little person is growing inside us who should increase our record on the scale but it is not always like that. Although it is normal to gain kilos as the pregnancy progresses, there is the possibility that, above all, During the first three months of pregnancy we lose weight.

    During the first weeks of pregnancy, it is common for women to suffer from nausea and discomfort that cause them to have little desire to eat and, in addition, the increase in our metabolism causes the body to consume more calories. All this can lead to a slight weight loss that we must monitor.

    This does not mean that during pregnancy we have to stop living our lives, simply that we should do certain activities in moderation. For example, if you are a person who likes to exercise, here are the recommended sports during pregnancy.

    This content is imported from embed-name. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

    Why am I losing weight during pregnancy?

    Vesna AndjicGetty Images

    If we are talking about the first trimester, although this period can be extended in time, there are several reasons why we can lose weight during this time:

    • More than 50% of pregnant women have nausea and vomiting during the first trimester so it is possible that during that time the number of calories that the body absorbs is less than it would normally correspond.
    • Hormonal changes that occur during this early part of pregnancy can cause loss of appetite and, consequently, decreased food intake can translate into weight loss.
    • The body is working at a rate unknown to it in the creation of the baby, this supposes a extra effort which can also translate into losing kilos.

      In summary, if during the first trimester we observe a reduction in kilos, we should not worry too much because it is quite common, although if the weight loss is excessive, consult your doctor. In addition, it must be taken into account that genetics plays an important role, Ask your mother and/or grandmother about how it went for them since, if they lost weight during this period, it can give us a clue about how our pregnancy will go. Ask them how it went for them and how fast their bellies were growing, so you have a reference. And do not miss these curiosities about the pregnant belly.

      What should I watch out for if I lose weight?

      a pregnant girl, wearing shorts and a tank top, weighs herself on a scale in her bathroom

      Andersen-RossGetty Images

      There are two aspects that we must control if we lose weight in the first trimester. Dehydration and malnutrition can pose a danger that must be tackled. In any case, it is a good time to start a balanced diet to ensure that we incorporate all the macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, fats), minerals and vitamins that the body will need for us and for the baby that grows inside us. It is advisable have our gynecologist and, if possible, our nutritionist, since their coordinated action will lead us in the right direction.

      Remember that during pregnancy we must control our diet quite a bit, since there are some common products in our diet that we will have to leave parked for nine months, while, perhaps, you have to increase the intake of others to avoid possible deficits of iron or other substances necessary for the body. Here is a complete guide to nutrition in pregnancy with what you should eat and what not.

      Normally, during the second and third trimesters we recover what was lost in the first stage and begin to gain weight as the baby develops.. If this does not happen and the weight loss is maintained beyond the first trimester, we should consult with specialists to avoid complications. If we lose weight in the last weeks of pregnancy, it is important to consult it, as soon as possible, with the medical team, before the moment of delivery can be complicated. It is important to know that not all the contractions you feel are those of the moment of birth, so learn to distinguish labor contractions.

      It is usual to go up between 8 and 14 kilos throughout the pregnancy, depending on whether we started the pregnancy overweight or below our usual weight and our natural complexion. The important thing is to pay attention to the scale during the process and follow the instructions of our gynecologist. Learn, adapt, read, to be prepared for the moment the mucous plug falls off, which is the first sign that our baby is coming.

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[date_timestamp] => 1656169666 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Lemme diet: how the VIP diet works [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/lemme-diet-how-the-vip-diet-works/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Vincent Hughes ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 14:50:46 +0000 [category] => NewsdietLemmeVIPworks [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=4879 [description] => The Lemme Diet aims to lose weight regardless of quantity and calories, but only at the time of consumption of meals. Let’s find out how it works There Lemme diet, put precisely by Alberico Lemme, aims to lose weight, however, without giving importance to the quantity and number of calories. Let’s find out together, in ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Lemme Diet aims to lose weight regardless of quantity and calories, but only at the time of consumption of meals. Let’s find out how it works

There Lemme diet, put precisely by Alberico Lemme, aims to lose weight, however, without giving importance to the quantity and number of calories. Let’s find out together, in the following paragraphs, how the VIP diet works and how to follow it correctly.

Lemme diet

There weight loss it is important for each of us, for those who need to preserve aesthetic beauty and, above all, for those who need to preserve physical health. The risks associated with weight gain, in fact, are now known and the focus of those with these problems should never be lost from sight.

There are different types of diets, specifically designed and created to lose weight. Some of these types are more well-known diet variants. It is a specific example there Lemme dietfollowed by many celebrities, which, in some points, seems to be a real variant of the “dissociated diet”.

Let’s find out together, in the following paragraphs, what are the objectives that the Lemme Diet helps to achieve, i benefits that derive from following it and how to follow it correctly for an optimal result.

Lemme diet: how to follow it

The goal of the Lemme Diet is to lose weight without taking into account either calories that you assume neither the quantity of food that is assimilated during the course of the day. This goal, according to the diet, is pursued by dissociating foods, within the same day, and completely banning those that would hinder the pursuit of the goal.

Specifically, the Lemme Diet states that carbohydrates And proteins they should never be consumed together, neither during the same meal nor in different meals, even if on the same day. Salt and sugar are foods to be avoided absolutely, the salt because it increases the risk of hypertension, it sugar because it stimulates insulin and, therefore, the accumulation of extra body fat.

However, if the amount of foods you consume and the calories associated with those foods are not a problem for the diet, then so is the diet.hours in which the meal is consumed. The diet recommends consuming:

The Lemme Diet consists of two phases. There first phase it can have a variable duration and ends when the person who is on a diet has lost the pounds they wanted to lose; there second phase it can last up to three months and consists in reintroducing foods that were previously prohibited into the diet, but with a certain gradualness to get the body used again.

Lemme diet supplement

There Lemme diet is one of the most obvious examples of how a diet, designed and followed for weight loss, deprives people of foods that they may like and which, in any case, are extremely important for the proper functioning of the organism. If our goal is to lose weight by following a strict diet, the best way to preserve physical health is to combine the diet with a diet. dietary supplement that can compensate for the lack of power.

Thanks to the obtainable and verified results it is recognized as the best supplement of the moment. For those wishing to know more, we recommend clicking here or on the following image supreme slim

Supremo Slim 5 is the first food supplement, consisting of 100% natural ingredientsthanks to which to lose weight and take on all those essential principles for the correct functioning of the organism which, however, cannot be assumed through nutrition.

The following are the ingredients of Supremo Slim 5:

L’combined action of the active ingredients that make up Supremo Slim 5 acts as natural draining And lipid metabolism.

Beware of imitations and non-original products. Supremo Slim 5 is an exclusive product, which can only be purchased online, from the official website of the production company of the product, reachable from the link that we report. To reserve the product, simply fill in the purchase form correctly and wait for a call from an operator. These, after confirming the purchase data, will process the order, which will arrive directly at your home, with express delivery, within a couple of working days. Currently, Supremo Slim 5 is in promotion at ? 49.00 instead of ? 82.00. Finally, as regards the payment, you can opt for the mark and pay directly in cash, to the courier, upon delivery of the package.

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Lemme diet: how the VIP diet works


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) [summary] => The Lemme Diet aims to lose weight regardless of quantity and calories, but only at the time of consumption of meals. Let’s find out how it works There Lemme diet, put precisely by Alberico Lemme, aims to lose weight, however, without giving importance to the quantity and number of calories. Let’s find out together, in ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Lemme Diet aims to lose weight regardless of quantity and calories, but only at the time of consumption of meals. Let’s find out how it works

There Lemme diet, put precisely by Alberico Lemme, aims to lose weight, however, without giving importance to the quantity and number of calories. Let’s find out together, in the following paragraphs, how the VIP diet works and how to follow it correctly.

Lemme diet

There weight loss it is important for each of us, for those who need to preserve aesthetic beauty and, above all, for those who need to preserve physical health. The risks associated with weight gain, in fact, are now known and the focus of those with these problems should never be lost from sight.

There are different types of diets, specifically designed and created to lose weight. Some of these types are more well-known diet variants. It is a specific example there Lemme dietfollowed by many celebrities, which, in some points, seems to be a real variant of the “dissociated diet”.

Let’s find out together, in the following paragraphs, what are the objectives that the Lemme Diet helps to achieve, i benefits that derive from following it and how to follow it correctly for an optimal result.

Lemme diet: how to follow it

The goal of the Lemme Diet is to lose weight without taking into account either calories that you assume neither the quantity of food that is assimilated during the course of the day. This goal, according to the diet, is pursued by dissociating foods, within the same day, and completely banning those that would hinder the pursuit of the goal.

Specifically, the Lemme Diet states that carbohydrates And proteins they should never be consumed together, neither during the same meal nor in different meals, even if on the same day. Salt and sugar are foods to be avoided absolutely, the salt because it increases the risk of hypertension, it sugar because it stimulates insulin and, therefore, the accumulation of extra body fat.

However, if the amount of foods you consume and the calories associated with those foods are not a problem for the diet, then so is the diet.hours in which the meal is consumed. The diet recommends consuming:

The Lemme Diet consists of two phases. There first phase it can have a variable duration and ends when the person who is on a diet has lost the pounds they wanted to lose; there second phase it can last up to three months and consists in reintroducing foods that were previously prohibited into the diet, but with a certain gradualness to get the body used again.

Lemme diet supplement

There Lemme diet is one of the most obvious examples of how a diet, designed and followed for weight loss, deprives people of foods that they may like and which, in any case, are extremely important for the proper functioning of the organism. If our goal is to lose weight by following a strict diet, the best way to preserve physical health is to combine the diet with a diet. dietary supplement that can compensate for the lack of power.

Thanks to the obtainable and verified results it is recognized as the best supplement of the moment. For those wishing to know more, we recommend clicking here or on the following image supreme slim

Supremo Slim 5 is the first food supplement, consisting of 100% natural ingredientsthanks to which to lose weight and take on all those essential principles for the correct functioning of the organism which, however, cannot be assumed through nutrition.

The following are the ingredients of Supremo Slim 5:

L’combined action of the active ingredients that make up Supremo Slim 5 acts as natural draining And lipid metabolism.

Beware of imitations and non-original products. Supremo Slim 5 is an exclusive product, which can only be purchased online, from the official website of the production company of the product, reachable from the link that we report. To reserve the product, simply fill in the purchase form correctly and wait for a call from an operator. These, after confirming the purchase data, will process the order, which will arrive directly at your home, with express delivery, within a couple of working days. Currently, Supremo Slim 5 is in promotion at ? 49.00 instead of ? 82.00. Finally, as regards the payment, you can opt for the mark and pay directly in cash, to the courier, upon delivery of the package.

Disclaimer: on some of the sites linked in the articles of the Offers & Advice section, Notizie.it has an affiliation and obtains a small percentage of revenues, without price changes.

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[date_timestamp] => 1656168646 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => This is the curious trick that reveals if you have a higher risk of dying in the short term [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/this-is-the-curious-trick-that-reveals-if-you-have-a-higher-risk-of-dying-in-the-short-term/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 14:10:09 +0000 [category] => Newscuriousdyinghigherrevealsriskshorttermtrick [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=4877 [description] => The authors of a study suggest that this test be incorporated into routine medical check-ups for the elderly From a certain age, it is important to undergo periodic examinations that determine our state of health and the risks to which we may be subject. Normally, this involves a fairly varied battery of tests that look ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The authors of a study suggest that this test be incorporated into routine medical check-ups for the elderly

From a certain age, it is important to undergo periodic examinations that determine our state of health and the risks to which we may be subject. Normally, this involves a fairly varied battery of tests that look at different systems in our body.

However (and although under no circumstances does it replace a proper medical check-up), there is a curious technique that can help us, or ideally a doctor, to make a quick estimate of our general state of health and our risk of mortality: try to stay balanced on one leg for 10 seconds.

This is illustrated by an observational study carried out by an international team of researchers whose results have been published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. In said article, it is explained that the inability to perform this exercise in middle-aged or elderly people is related to a higher risk (more than double that of people who can do it) of dying from any cause in the following ten years.

In fact, the authors suggest that this simple technique be incorporated into clinical practice by including it in the routine medical examinations of adults at these stages of their lives.

The researchers note that, unlike other physical parameters, the balance tends to remain relatively intact until the sixth decade of life, after which time it begins to fade rapidly. However, it is not an issue that is usually addressed in check-ups, possibly because until now there is no standardized test on this aspect and because there is not much scientific evidence linking loss of balance in adulthood with another phenomenon that does not exist. be the falls.

Thus, to carry out this analysis, they recruited 1,702 adults between 51 and 75 years of age, participants in the Clinimex study, and underwent a first health check-up in 2009, which included the test described to measure the Balance. Subsequently, they were followed up for more than ten years, until 2020.

Factors such as skinfold thickness, body weight, and various details of each patient’s medical history were taken into account in the process.

Using this approach, about one in five participants were unable to balance on one leg for ten seconds. There were, however, important differences depending on the age group: to get an idea, in adults over 71 years of age, the proportion of those who did not achieve it exceeded 50%.

These people were generally in worse health than those who did manage to stay balanced, with conditions as varied as obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure or unhealthy blood lipid levels.

In fact, among them the proportion of those who died was much higher in this group: 17.5%, compared to 4.5% in the other demographic. The causes of mortality, however, were distributed in the same proportion in the two sectors.

Logically, the study, being observational, does not establish a causal relationship between the two phenomena. There is information about some factors, such as diet or the use of tobacco, alcohol or other drugs that was not available and that could influence the result. Even so, the researchers insist that the test provides important information on the balance of adults in this age group and on their mortality risk.

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) [summary] => The authors of a study suggest that this test be incorporated into routine medical check-ups for the elderly From a certain age, it is important to undergo periodic examinations that determine our state of health and the risks to which we may be subject. Normally, this involves a fairly varied battery of tests that look ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The authors of a study suggest that this test be incorporated into routine medical check-ups for the elderly

From a certain age, it is important to undergo periodic examinations that determine our state of health and the risks to which we may be subject. Normally, this involves a fairly varied battery of tests that look at different systems in our body.

However (and although under no circumstances does it replace a proper medical check-up), there is a curious technique that can help us, or ideally a doctor, to make a quick estimate of our general state of health and our risk of mortality: try to stay balanced on one leg for 10 seconds.

This is illustrated by an observational study carried out by an international team of researchers whose results have been published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. In said article, it is explained that the inability to perform this exercise in middle-aged or elderly people is related to a higher risk (more than double that of people who can do it) of dying from any cause in the following ten years.

In fact, the authors suggest that this simple technique be incorporated into clinical practice by including it in the routine medical examinations of adults at these stages of their lives.

The researchers note that, unlike other physical parameters, the balance tends to remain relatively intact until the sixth decade of life, after which time it begins to fade rapidly. However, it is not an issue that is usually addressed in check-ups, possibly because until now there is no standardized test on this aspect and because there is not much scientific evidence linking loss of balance in adulthood with another phenomenon that does not exist. be the falls.

Thus, to carry out this analysis, they recruited 1,702 adults between 51 and 75 years of age, participants in the Clinimex study, and underwent a first health check-up in 2009, which included the test described to measure the Balance. Subsequently, they were followed up for more than ten years, until 2020.

Factors such as skinfold thickness, body weight, and various details of each patient’s medical history were taken into account in the process.

Using this approach, about one in five participants were unable to balance on one leg for ten seconds. There were, however, important differences depending on the age group: to get an idea, in adults over 71 years of age, the proportion of those who did not achieve it exceeded 50%.

These people were generally in worse health than those who did manage to stay balanced, with conditions as varied as obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure or unhealthy blood lipid levels.

In fact, among them the proportion of those who died was much higher in this group: 17.5%, compared to 4.5% in the other demographic. The causes of mortality, however, were distributed in the same proportion in the two sectors.

Logically, the study, being observational, does not establish a causal relationship between the two phenomena. There is information about some factors, such as diet or the use of tobacco, alcohol or other drugs that was not available and that could influence the result. Even so, the researchers insist that the test provides important information on the balance of adults in this age group and on their mortality risk.

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A few days ago it happened to me in my hands “Calories & Corsets: A History of Diets over 2000 years”book where the author Louise Foxcroft tells the most extravagant and crazy diets to which, over the centuries, women and men have undergone to lose weight. You may not know it, but in the early 1900s a pill containing tapeworm eggs, a parasite, which once in the intestine, made you lose weight quickly, was ingested. As soon as the target weight was reached, it was possible to eliminate the unwanted host with a pesticide.

The legend (but also the Foxcroft book) has it that too Maria Callasto lose weight, he relied on the very dangerous tapeworm diet. Elvis Presleyon the other hand, he was a lover of sleep diet or ?if I sleep I don’t eat?, while the star Clark Gable was convinced that, not to get fat, it was enough to swallow large quantities of garlic. Featherweight, but lead breath? Well, if we have some (well-founded) doubts about the first, we only have certainties about the second.

Moving on to contemporary times celebs who undergo bizarre diets, or in any case unhealthy, they are many. But, fortunately, there are just as many who lead a healthier lifestyle, eating in a balanced way.

What to say about the wonderful Jennifer Aniston, 52 years old and the legs of a 20 year old. The Friends star is a fan of the intermittent fasting 16: 8 that is, consume solid foods for only 8 hours a day, followed by 16 hours of fasting. During the eight hours you can eat meals that include a free choice of foods while limiting sugars, carbohydrates, fats and alcohol. Whole grains, lean proteins, fruits and vegetables are preferred. The 16: 8 intermittent fasting diet can be customized according to daily needs and habits, choosing the best time slot to abstain from food. Some prefer to skip breakfast and eat from 12 to 20. Aniston, for example, would report to the online magazine cnbc.com Jen just wakes up, to limit herself to drinking celery juice which is useful for preventing inflammation and improving stomach health. Others, however, are unable to give up the first meal of the day, an important source of protein and carbohydrates. As part of this diet, physical activity cannot be missing. The actress constantly practices jogging and yoga.

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Reese Witherspoonwhen he wants lose weight fastfollows the Baby Food Diet, a diet based on homogenized for children, which replace solid foods and which must be consumed at every main meal, therefore breakfast, lunch and dinner. Designed by Tracy Anderson, Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow’s personal trainer, this (insane) diet promises to lose nine pounds in six weeks. The homogenized contain few calories, few fats, sugar and salt, while respecting the nutritional needs. That they are those of a child is no small detail. Although this diet includes 14 baby food a day with a choice of meat, fish and fruit, it cannot be followed for a long period of time.

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The diet Sirt, a meal plan designed by nutritionists Aidan Goggins And Glen Matten based on the intake of particular foods able to activate the sirtuinsthat is a group of genes called (in fact) of the “thinness”, would have been useful to Adele to lose 30 pounds. The sirtuins would stimulate the metabolism, would burn fat and, consequently, promote rapid weight loss. These genes of thinness, in addition to repairing the cells, improve the general state of health, transforming themselves from slimming markers to elixir of longevity. According to Professor’s point of view Nicola Sorrentino «The genes of thinness, responsible for the repair and rejuvenation of cells, accelerate their activity by tapping into fat reserves and increasing resistance to disease. It is possible to achieve the same goal without being reduced to hunger, that is, by eating the Sirt foods (among which cabbage, capers, raw red onion and rocket, but also strawberries and walnuts ed) “. The one followed by Adele, which would allow you to lose about 3 kilos a week, can be defined as an eating style based on the inclusion rather than the exclusion of foods.

If he only ate hard-boiled eggs to prepare for the Cold Mountain movie, he usually ate Nicole Kidman relies on 80/20 method Also known as “Pareto principle “. The philosophy of this diet is based on the concept that to maintain a healthy lifestyle it is not necessary that the diet is 100% correct, since 80% is already sufficient. If you eat 80% of healthy food on a regular basis, for the remaining 20%, you can also indulge in some gluttony. Les jeux sont faits.

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Uma Thurman is a diehard of the diet raw foodist. For Quentin Tarantino’s muse no food can be cooked, boiled or boiled as high temperatures would cause the foods to lose a range of qualities and enzymes. Raw food is divided into three categories. The vegetarian one, which includes vegetable products and products derived from animals such as butter and cheese; vegan that tolerates only food of plant origin; fruitarian raw food which only admits fruits of biological origin and, finally, omnivorous raw food based on the consumption of all foods, as long as they are raw, including dried meat from free-range farms. Uma Thurman is based on the latter typology, focusing on dried foods, especially fruit, which the actress consumes as snacks.

When he had to lose several kilos Christina Aguilera followed the Seven Days Color Diet, a diet with a single rule: every day you can only eat foods of the same color. There is no quantity limit, but it is adjusted according to appetite. The colors have a precise pattern and change daily. White Monday; red tuesday; green wednesday; orange Thursday; purple friday; yellow saturday; rainbow sunday. During the feast day all colors are allowed. According to this regime, the alternation of nuances would help the body to supply itself with all the nutrients contained in food. In short, a rainbow of vitamins and beneficial substances.

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That Madonna love oriental disciplines is well known. That’s why it comes as no surprise that she is a fan of the diet macrobiotic which follows not so much to lose weight, but just as a philosophy of life. This diet follows the principles of Yin and Yang, dividing foods into alkaline and acidic. These foods, chosen in a balanced way, contribute to psychophysical well-being. The macrobiotic diet, in general, involves the consumption of natural and whole foods, therefore fruits, vegetables, cereals, fibers, legumes and sprouts. Macrobiotics is an almost totally free diet meat and that does not admit fats and sources of cholesterol. On the other hand, fish is accepted.

As for extravagances, we cannot fail to mention the super supermodel Adriana Lima who admitted, in the days leading up to the Victoria’s Secret fashion show, that she only ate liquids. Same strategy for Matthew McConaughey when she had to lose weight fast for the movie The Dallas Buyers Club. TOnne Hathawayfor The Miserablesate a diet of only 500 calories a day, consuming hummus and radishes. Beyoncébefore 22 Days Diet, for the musical Dreamgirls, she lost weight by drinking a concoction consisting of maple syrup, pepper and lemon juice. Finally Renee Zellweger, before each meal, he would ingest a few ice cubes, to activate thermogenesis and burn more calories. Identifying which is the most bizarre (and harmful) idea is how difficult it is!

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) [summary] => A few days ago it happened to me in my hands “Calories & Corsets: A History of Diets over 2000 years”book where the author Louise Foxcroft tells the most extravagant and crazy diets to which, over the centuries, women and men have undergone to lose weight. You may not know it, but in the early ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A few days ago it happened to me in my hands “Calories & Corsets: A History of Diets over 2000 years”book where the author Louise Foxcroft tells the most extravagant and crazy diets to which, over the centuries, women and men have undergone to lose weight. You may not know it, but in the early 1900s a pill containing tapeworm eggs, a parasite, which once in the intestine, made you lose weight quickly, was ingested. As soon as the target weight was reached, it was possible to eliminate the unwanted host with a pesticide.

The legend (but also the Foxcroft book) has it that too Maria Callasto lose weight, he relied on the very dangerous tapeworm diet. Elvis Presleyon the other hand, he was a lover of sleep diet or ?if I sleep I don’t eat?, while the star Clark Gable was convinced that, not to get fat, it was enough to swallow large quantities of garlic. Featherweight, but lead breath? Well, if we have some (well-founded) doubts about the first, we only have certainties about the second.

Moving on to contemporary times celebs who undergo bizarre diets, or in any case unhealthy, they are many. But, fortunately, there are just as many who lead a healthier lifestyle, eating in a balanced way.

What to say about the wonderful Jennifer Aniston, 52 years old and the legs of a 20 year old. The Friends star is a fan of the intermittent fasting 16: 8 that is, consume solid foods for only 8 hours a day, followed by 16 hours of fasting. During the eight hours you can eat meals that include a free choice of foods while limiting sugars, carbohydrates, fats and alcohol. Whole grains, lean proteins, fruits and vegetables are preferred. The 16: 8 intermittent fasting diet can be customized according to daily needs and habits, choosing the best time slot to abstain from food. Some prefer to skip breakfast and eat from 12 to 20. Aniston, for example, would report to the online magazine cnbc.com Jen just wakes up, to limit herself to drinking celery juice which is useful for preventing inflammation and improving stomach health. Others, however, are unable to give up the first meal of the day, an important source of protein and carbohydrates. As part of this diet, physical activity cannot be missing. The actress constantly practices jogging and yoga.

This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

Reese Witherspoonwhen he wants lose weight fastfollows the Baby Food Diet, a diet based on homogenized for children, which replace solid foods and which must be consumed at every main meal, therefore breakfast, lunch and dinner. Designed by Tracy Anderson, Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow’s personal trainer, this (insane) diet promises to lose nine pounds in six weeks. The homogenized contain few calories, few fats, sugar and salt, while respecting the nutritional needs. That they are those of a child is no small detail. Although this diet includes 14 baby food a day with a choice of meat, fish and fruit, it cannot be followed for a long period of time.

BG004 / Bauer-GriffinGetty Images

The diet Sirt, a meal plan designed by nutritionists Aidan Goggins And Glen Matten based on the intake of particular foods able to activate the sirtuinsthat is a group of genes called (in fact) of the “thinness”, would have been useful to Adele to lose 30 pounds. The sirtuins would stimulate the metabolism, would burn fat and, consequently, promote rapid weight loss. These genes of thinness, in addition to repairing the cells, improve the general state of health, transforming themselves from slimming markers to elixir of longevity. According to Professor’s point of view Nicola Sorrentino «The genes of thinness, responsible for the repair and rejuvenation of cells, accelerate their activity by tapping into fat reserves and increasing resistance to disease. It is possible to achieve the same goal without being reduced to hunger, that is, by eating the Sirt foods (among which cabbage, capers, raw red onion and rocket, but also strawberries and walnuts ed) “. The one followed by Adele, which would allow you to lose about 3 kilos a week, can be defined as an eating style based on the inclusion rather than the exclusion of foods.

If he only ate hard-boiled eggs to prepare for the Cold Mountain movie, he usually ate Nicole Kidman relies on 80/20 method Also known as “Pareto principle “. The philosophy of this diet is based on the concept that to maintain a healthy lifestyle it is not necessary that the diet is 100% correct, since 80% is already sufficient. If you eat 80% of healthy food on a regular basis, for the remaining 20%, you can also indulge in some gluttony. Les jeux sont faits.

famous oscar dresses

Kevin MazurGetty Images


Uma Thurman is a diehard of the diet raw foodist. For Quentin Tarantino’s muse no food can be cooked, boiled or boiled as high temperatures would cause the foods to lose a range of qualities and enzymes. Raw food is divided into three categories. The vegetarian one, which includes vegetable products and products derived from animals such as butter and cheese; vegan that tolerates only food of plant origin; fruitarian raw food which only admits fruits of biological origin and, finally, omnivorous raw food based on the consumption of all foods, as long as they are raw, including dried meat from free-range farms. Uma Thurman is based on the latter typology, focusing on dried foods, especially fruit, which the actress consumes as snacks.

When he had to lose several kilos Christina Aguilera followed the Seven Days Color Diet, a diet with a single rule: every day you can only eat foods of the same color. There is no quantity limit, but it is adjusted according to appetite. The colors have a precise pattern and change daily. White Monday; red tuesday; green wednesday; orange Thursday; purple friday; yellow saturday; rainbow sunday. During the feast day all colors are allowed. According to this regime, the alternation of nuances would help the body to supply itself with all the nutrients contained in food. In short, a rainbow of vitamins and beneficial substances.

christina aguilera today

Getty Images

That Madonna love oriental disciplines is well known. That’s why it comes as no surprise that she is a fan of the diet macrobiotic which follows not so much to lose weight, but just as a philosophy of life. This diet follows the principles of Yin and Yang, dividing foods into alkaline and acidic. These foods, chosen in a balanced way, contribute to psychophysical well-being. The macrobiotic diet, in general, involves the consumption of natural and whole foods, therefore fruits, vegetables, cereals, fibers, legumes and sprouts. Macrobiotics is an almost totally free diet meat and that does not admit fats and sources of cholesterol. On the other hand, fish is accepted.

As for extravagances, we cannot fail to mention the super supermodel Adriana Lima who admitted, in the days leading up to the Victoria’s Secret fashion show, that she only ate liquids. Same strategy for Matthew McConaughey when she had to lose weight fast for the movie The Dallas Buyers Club. TOnne Hathawayfor The Miserablesate a diet of only 500 calories a day, consuming hummus and radishes. Beyoncébefore 22 Days Diet, for the musical Dreamgirls, she lost weight by drinking a concoction consisting of maple syrup, pepper and lemon juice. Finally Renee Zellweger, before each meal, he would ingest a few ice cubes, to activate thermogenesis and burn more calories. Identifying which is the most bizarre (and harmful) idea is how difficult it is!

zellweger

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[date_timestamp] => 1656161452 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => The diet that conquers celebrities and allows you to lose six kilos in a month [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/the-diet-that-conquers-celebrities-and-allows-you-to-lose-six-kilos-in-a-month/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Nadine Lewis ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 12:42:42 +0000 [category] => NewsCelebritiesconquersdietkiloslosemonth [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=4872 [description] => The new year is approaching and with it the new promises. “By 2022 I will start a diet”, you will say to yourself. There are many who are in a similar situation and who are not even going to wait for January 1. It is a good time to start an effective diet before the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The new year is approaching and with it the new promises. “By 2022 I will start a diet”, you will say to yourself. There are many who are in a similar situation and who are not even going to wait for January 1. It is a good time to start an effective diet before the Christmas excesses… Business dinners and family gatherings are coming and of course, it will be difficult to resist.

A few extra kilos will come but don’t worry! There’s a solution. After the Sirtfood diet, it’s time for the 5/2 diet, a diet to lose weight that Hollywood celebrities are already using like Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Benedict Cumberbatch or Miranda Kerr.

The famous claim results as striking as losing up to six kilos in just one month.

What is the 5/2 diet?

It was created in 2012 by Dr. Michael Mosley, author of the book ‘The Fast Diet’, a bestseller among those seeking information/learn about nutrition. If you want tricks to lose weight this diet will serve you.

The system is simple and alternates periods of caloric restriction with other normal foods. It is, roughlya variant of the famous intermittent fasting which has become fashionable in recent months. Of course, this version restricts the consumption of calories on specific days and not for hours.

The key to the 5/2 diet to lose weight

The diet promises quick and effective results. What you have to do is choose two days a week that are not consecutive to fast. In them we will limit the consumption of calories by 25% compared to our usual diet. They may not exceed 600 calories for men and 500 for women.

The rest of the days of the week you can eat normally, avoiding Forbidden food and the consumption of hypocaloric foods or foods full of fat. It is recommended to do without the ultra-processed ones.

What kinds of foods can you eat on the 5/2 diet?

Experts recommend incorporating foods rich in protein and fiber into our diet. For example, meat, fish and fiber. You also have to avoid processed and refined carbohydrates such as pasta, rice or potatoes.

It seems that it is simple, but we warn you: You must be psyched and strong on a mental level! There will be days when it is difficult not to go over the calories. Therefore, before starting this diet, specialists recommend trying intermittent fasting.

Guaranteed results: lose weight fast with the 5/2 diet

You can lose up to six kilos in a month. What you will notice mainly will be the improvement in your appearance, with considerable body fat. In times of fasting, as studies show, There is a change in the metabolic process and the body changes the use of glucose as an energy source by fat cells, achieving the goal of losing fat.

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) [summary] => The new year is approaching and with it the new promises. “By 2022 I will start a diet”, you will say to yourself. There are many who are in a similar situation and who are not even going to wait for January 1. It is a good time to start an effective diet before the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The new year is approaching and with it the new promises. “By 2022 I will start a diet”, you will say to yourself. There are many who are in a similar situation and who are not even going to wait for January 1. It is a good time to start an effective diet before the Christmas excesses… Business dinners and family gatherings are coming and of course, it will be difficult to resist.

A few extra kilos will come but don’t worry! There’s a solution. After the Sirtfood diet, it’s time for the 5/2 diet, a diet to lose weight that Hollywood celebrities are already using like Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Benedict Cumberbatch or Miranda Kerr.

The famous claim results as striking as losing up to six kilos in just one month.

What is the 5/2 diet?

It was created in 2012 by Dr. Michael Mosley, author of the book ‘The Fast Diet’, a bestseller among those seeking information/learn about nutrition. If you want tricks to lose weight this diet will serve you.

The system is simple and alternates periods of caloric restriction with other normal foods. It is, roughlya variant of the famous intermittent fasting which has become fashionable in recent months. Of course, this version restricts the consumption of calories on specific days and not for hours.

The key to the 5/2 diet to lose weight

The diet promises quick and effective results. What you have to do is choose two days a week that are not consecutive to fast. In them we will limit the consumption of calories by 25% compared to our usual diet. They may not exceed 600 calories for men and 500 for women.

The rest of the days of the week you can eat normally, avoiding Forbidden food and the consumption of hypocaloric foods or foods full of fat. It is recommended to do without the ultra-processed ones.

What kinds of foods can you eat on the 5/2 diet?

Experts recommend incorporating foods rich in protein and fiber into our diet. For example, meat, fish and fiber. You also have to avoid processed and refined carbohydrates such as pasta, rice or potatoes.

It seems that it is simple, but we warn you: You must be psyched and strong on a mental level! There will be days when it is difficult not to go over the calories. Therefore, before starting this diet, specialists recommend trying intermittent fasting.

Guaranteed results: lose weight fast with the 5/2 diet

You can lose up to six kilos in a month. What you will notice mainly will be the improvement in your appearance, with considerable body fat. In times of fasting, as studies show, There is a change in the metabolic process and the body changes the use of glucose as an energy source by fat cells, achieving the goal of losing fat.

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Drame familial, huis clos angoissant, roman noir américain, souvenirs d?enfance, littérature militante… Notre sélection de romans parus cette année en éditions de poche vous donne le choix des genres, des atmosphères et des destinations. Bonne lecture !

r ?La Familia grande?, de Camille Kouchner

Quand l?effroyable, l?inconcevable, l?irréparable est advenu, quand l?inceste, crime infect et diabolique, viol en habits de fête initiatique, a été perpétré, quand les sables mouvants du silence ont avalé le secret avec la sournoise approbation familiale, quand la vérité s?est tout de même hissée jusqu?à la surface pour se perdre dans le brouhaha cassant, tout-puissant, de l?hyperactivité mondaine et de l?ivresse dominatrice, que reste-t-il ? Écrire. Geste ultime de déminage intérieur, opération de la dernière chance, préparée avec une infinie conscience des dangers encourus, qui n?ont pas manqué de surgir, le livre à peine paru.

Ces risques, Camille Kouchner les a pesés pendant trente années « dans une lenteur effondrée ». Se taire, jusqu?à finir sous terre, faire silence à grand bruit, emporter sa douleur bravache dans la tombe après une vie de danse macabre, telle a toujours été la règle, dans sa tribu de célébrités brillantes, tante actrice, mère écrivaine, père ministre, beau-père politologue. Jusqu?à ce qu?une évidence s?impose, physique, mathématique, il faut répartir les masses sur les plateaux de la balance? Lire la suite de notre critique> Éd. Points, 7,50 ?

r ?Histoires de la nuit?, de Laurent Mauvignier

Fidèle aux Éditions de Minuit, « parce qu?un écrivain n?a jamais qu?un seul éditeur, celui qui l?a découvert », Laurent Mauvignier creuse son sillon, sa crevasse, sa faille sismique, depuis vingt ans. Chacun de ses livres procure le même choc. Choc de la magnificence d?une langue en lame de fond, qui sectionne ses phrases en milieu de ligne, puis les laisse déferler sur des pages. Choc de la puissance de personnages dépecés par leurs traumas, entraînés dans la précipitation d?événements qui les dépassent : le drame du stade du Heysel (Dans la foule, 2006), la guerre d?Algérie (Des hommes, 2009), la folie meurtrière des vigiles d?un supermarché contre un voleur de bière (Ce que j?appelle oubli, 2011), le 11 septembre 2001 (Autour du monde, 2014), la dérive d?un adolescent sauvé par un voyage initiatique au Kirghizistan avec sa mère (Continuer, 2016). Huis clos dans un hameau pris d?assaut par des rôdeurs qui revisitent leur passé, Histoires de la nuit, son dernier roman, est un thriller sur les faux-semblants qui maquillent chaque existence? Lire la suite de notre entretien avec Laurent Mauvignier> Éd. Minuit double, 10 ?

s ?Chavirer?, de Lola Lafon

Garder la tête haute, sourire coûte que coûte. Fendre l?air gracieusement, même quand on est laminé intérieurement. Sous ses apparences faussement sauves, la danse est toujours souffrance. Les griffures que laissent les armatures des bustiers sur les aisselles, les grilles gravées par les résilles sur la peau des cuisses, les ecchymoses qui maculent les pieds. Ces corps meurtris sortis d?un tableau de Francis Bacon, Lola Lafon les ausculte, les panse, les console, par la grâce d?une écriture impeccablement chorégraphiée, mêlant haute maîtrise et liberté vive, retenue et don de soi. Comme si chaque mot était un geste décomposé, comme si chaque phrase dessinait un mouvement, tour à tour ascensionnel ou abandonné, en vrille ou immobile. Elle aurait pu s?en tenir à cet admirable ballet verbal, cela aurait suffi à faire de Chavirer (Prix du roman des Étudiants France-Culture-Télérama) le grand roman sur la danse qui manquait à la littérature. Mais ce livre a trop de souffle, trop de coffre pour s?arrêter là. Exemplaire de lucidité, de droiture et d?intransigeance, Lola Lafon est une autrice en prise avec le réel, une militante dont la douce marginalité se double d?un sens aigu de l?humain? Lire la suite de notre critique> Éd. Babel, 8,70 ?

s ?Milkman?, d?Anna Burns

Elle a eu tort de s?emporter, de répondre à la rumeur par la colère. Cette prétendue liaison avec le laitier était fausse, mais les ragots enflaient, alors elle voulait les faire taire, et pouvoir continuer à lire en marchant. Peut-être aurait-elle dû faire profil bas, mais ce n?est pas son genre. Comment s?appelle-t-elle déjà ? La « s?ur du milieu », rien de plus. Autour d?elle, il y a sa mère, ses neuf frères et s?urs, quelques beaux-frères, et aussi un « peut-être petit ami ». Ce garçon pourrait bien être son amoureux, mais rien n?est vraiment sûr. La ville non plus n?est pas nommée, cependant on pense au Belfast des années 1970, quand la violence grondait partout, dans les rues, les maisons, les cafés. Tout semble curieusement dépersonnalisé, dans Milkman, le puissant roman de l?Irlandaise Anna Burns, récompensé en 2018 par le Man Booker Prize. Pas vraiment de noms, ni de prénoms, ni de lieux. Pourtant, la romancière réussit à dessiner une société, un pays, une époque déterminés. Le poids de la religion, les tensions entre communautés, les incompréhensions familiales, les ragots, la pression paramilitaire? sont décrits à travers de minuscules détails qui brossent un portrait social lapidaire? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Folio, 9, 40 ?

r ?La Tempête qui vient?, de James Ellroy

Le douzième roman de James Ellroy se lance à tombeau ouvert dans la tempête qu?annonce son titre. Sur l?autoroute qui mène à Los Angeles, les gerbes d?eau renversent la lumière des phares, les repères au sol s?effacent dans la nuit goudronneuse, la pluie fait un vacarme de tous les diables. Une rousse aux yeux verts, militaire de carrière, court à sa perte, «  un peu pompette  », mal à la tête, les mains exsangues crispées sur le volant. L?accident guette. Une collision terrible avec un véhicule chargé de clandestins et de marijuana. Son destin bascule. Joan Coville est une nouvelle venue dans l?univers d?Ellroy, d?autres l?accompagneront parmi les silhouettes familières. Bientôt, dans la violence du déluge, des torrents de boue libéreront un cadavre sur les pentes de l?observatoire de Griffith Park, la jeune femme se retrouvera mêlée à l?enquête. Et à d?autres encore, dont les innombrables protagonistes ne cessent de se croiser et les fils de s?emmêler? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Rivages Noir Poche, 12 ?

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q ?L?Autre Moitié de soi?, de Brit Bennett

En plein mois d?août 1954, des jumel­les de 16 ans profitent de l?agitation d?un barbecue municipal pour fuguer. La petite ville de Louisiane qu?elles quittent pour la première fois depuis leur naissance s?appelle Mallard, traduction « colvert », nom tout désigné pour un endroit dont les habitants cancanent à tout-va et soignent la couleur de leur visage jusqu?à l?obsession. Pour préserver les nuances laiteuses de leur peau noire, tous surveillent leurs mariages et leur exposition au ­soleil depuis plusieurs générations. Les deux s?urs ont grandi sous cette injonction à la blancheur maximale, ­tiraillées entre la honte et la fierté d?une identité intermédiaire, tandis que les affres de l?adolescence viennent bousculer un peu plus les contours de soi. Ainsi, Stella et Desiree ont appris à se cacher depuis belle lurette, et leur volatilisation n?est qu?une étape d?un processus appelé à durer. De quoi fournir à la romancière Brit Bennett l?occasion de briller dans la narration enlevée d?épisodes phares de leurs existences bientôt parallèles. Car les trajectoires des jumelles se ­séparent, entraînant le roman dans un cycle de scissions cellulaires per­pétuelles, de jeux d?ombre et de lumière, de dédoublements de personnalité et de destin? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. J?ai Lu, 8,70 ?

r ?Souvenirs de la marée basse?, de Chantal Thomas

Souvenirs de la marée basse s?ouvre sur une baignade fondatrice. Le tableau est intrigant, délicieux, inoubliable. On y voit une toute jeune fille à la mince silhouette garçonne crawler élégamment dans les eaux troubles du Grand Canal des jardins de Versailles. C?est un matin de juillet, la nageuse est arrivée à bicyclette, et elle ne repartira que lorsqu?un vieux jardinier se sera aperçu de sa présence incongrue dans le royal bassin. Eugénie, la grand-mère de Chantal Thomas, ne se lassait pas de raconter ce bain fantasque auquel s?adonna un jour sa fille Jackie, alors adolescente. Jackie que la passion ? ou doit-on dire plutôt la vocation ? ? de la nage ne quitta jamais ; et qui, s?immergeant tout au long d?un été dans les eaux bleues d?un lac de montagne, alors qu?elle était enceinte de sa fille Chantal, lui transmit peut-être in utero cette inclination aquatique? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Points, 6,90 ?

q ?Histoire du fils?, de Marie-Hélène Lafon

Un siècle, trois lieux, une affaire de famille, serrés en 170 pages d?une beauté presque physique, récompensées par le Prix Renaudot 2020. Marie-Hélène Lafon n?aime pas le gras, la vaste saga romanesque, les détails psychologiques et les mouvements inutiles. Son écriture est charnelle, vertigineuse même, quand les images s?imposent pour mieux bouleverser la lecture. La scène inaugurale d?Histoire du fils, située en 1908, est un mouvement de caméra sur les pieds nus d?un enfant qu?on reverra peu. Il file vers la cuisine, le drame, les cris, la fin d?un monde. Puis, Marie-­Hélène Lafon nous fait croire qu?elle passe à autre chose. À André, par exemple, né à Figeac, d?une mère absente et d?un père « inconnu », que sa tante va élever comme son enfant. Si les femmes ne manquent pas autour du jeune garçon, il cherche l?image paternelle dont on ne lui parle pas et qui devient le c?ur de ce récit magnifique, comme le sont les paysages traversés? Lire la suite notre critique > Éd. Folio, 7,60 ?

s ?Combats et métamorphoses d?une femme?, d?Édouard Louis

C?est l?histoire d?une réconciliation et d?une renaissance. L?histoire d?un amour prétendument fondateur ? celui d?un fils pour sa mère ?, mais ici longtemps refusé, et qui enfin vient au jour. L?histoire d?une « enfance à l?envers »? Et d?une femme aliénée ? Monique, la mère ? qui se métamorphose. Depuis En finir avec Eddy Bellegueule (2014), fulgurant récit de premières années douloureuses dans une famille aux frontières de la misère, et Qui a tué mon père (2018), où il revenait sur sa relation à l?homme qu?il avait tant redouté, mais dont il réalisait maintenant qu?il était la victime d?un système libéral indifférent aux misérables, on savait qu?Édouard Louis, 28 ans, aimait à creuser sans fin sa propre histoire. Et militant de gauche affiché, excellait à dire à travers lui, les siens, notre monde fracassé. Ses livres suscitèrent la polémique, et ses proches l?accusèrent de travestir la vérité. Mais quelle vérité, si ce n?est celle qu?on vit dans sa chair? Est-ce cependant regret, repentir ? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Points, 5,90 ?

r ?Un jour ce sera vide?, de Hugo Lindenberg

L?enfance nous abandonnera-t-elle jamais ? Manifestement non, à en croire le très beau premier roman d?Hugo Lindenberg, qui a les idées particulièrement claires pour analyser la confusion de ses sentiments et manie la plume avec style. Il raconte la rencontre fulgurante d?un garçon de 10 ans avec Baptiste, qui évolue solidement entre la maison parfaite de ses parents parfaits et la plage où il irradie. Un choc pour son contraire, le narrateur, l?enfant solitaire veillant avant tout à ne pas attirer l?attention, honteux d?être à la mer avec une vieille dame à l?accent prononcé, gêné par ses cheveux bouclés et sa peau pâle, surtout assailli par des « monstres » de toute nature. Baptiste, c?est comme s?il comprenait tout à ce sentiment de différence que ressent son nouveau camarade, comme s?il avalait, absorbait sa carapace. Il est le seul à savoir aborder l?essentiel, l?absence de la mère de son ami? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Le Livre de Poche, 7,40 ?

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r ?Liv Maria?, de Julia Kerninon

Présence intense, l?identité de l?héroïne brille dans le titre. Comment pouvait-il en être autrement avec une femme d?un tel tempérament ? Ce n?est pas un hasard si Julia Kerninon a choisi les trois premières lettres du mot livre pour nommer Liv Maria, élevée sur une petite île par un père fou de Faulkner, Beckett et London, et par une mère tenancière de café merveilleusement appelée Mado Tonnerre. Voilà qu?un viol éjecte la jeune fille de son adolescence. Exilée à Berlin deux ans avant la chute du Mur, pour que les bourgeons de la honte fleurissent en fleurs de la renaissance, la voilà convoitée par un professeur d?anglais dont le fils a presque son âge. Un destin se dessine, d?un trait sec, sûr, noueux. Percée à jour dans ses grandes lignes, une existence expose son ossature solide, trame d?un récit qui court sur plusieurs décennies et s?en tient à l?essentiel : l?émotion profondément enfouie, moteur imperceptible des trajectoires de libération? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Folio, 240 p., 8,20 ?

q ?Les Argonautes?, de Maggie Nelson

« Tu as crevé ma solitude? Je sens que je peux tout te donner sans me perdre moi-même », lui a-t-elle dit un jour. C?était en 2007, aux tout premiers temps de leur amour. Maggie venait de rencontrer Harry ? Harry Dodge, né Wendy Malone, vidéaste et performeur, se revendiquant « gender fluid », ni homme ni femme : « un spécial, un deux pour un », fait-il dire à son avatar dans un de ses films. Du récit et de l?examen de cet amour, Maggie Nelson a nourri Les Argonautes, livre parfaitement singulier, vif et rétif, aussi substantiel et généreux qu?insubordonné, échappant à tout résumé et à toute catégorisation. Aux États-Unis, l?écrivaine et essayiste (née en 1973) est considérée comme une des voix majeures de la non-fiction contemporaine, héritière tant de Judith Butler (pour l?intérêt porté aux questions ayant trait au genre) que de Susan Sontag (pour l?originalité de sa démarche, qui mêle volontiers autobiographie et théorie)? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Points, 6, 90 ?

r ?Tout un monde lointain?, de Célia Houdart

Célia Houdart aime les entrées en matière impromptues, les ouvertures en queue de poisson. Elle emboîte ici le pas à un bébé qui met pour la première fois un pied devant l?autre, dans les herbes sauvages des rives du lac Majeur, au printemps 1918. Un prologue randonneur, donc, une fausse piste qui n?est là que pour imprimer la cadence : on avance, on vacille, on se ressaisit, et on atteint l?inexploré. Le reste du roman suit l?enfant devenue vieille, baptisée Gréco comme Juliette et traînant son ennui sur la côte monégasque. L?aura de cette femme aurait pu suffire à Célia Houdart pour dérouler son écriture végétale, sans une once de graisse, pleine de fragilité et de sauvagerie. Mais soudain, une secousse, une rencontre, un chamboulement. Gréco est confrontée à la jeunesse, elle en perd ses principes, et accueille le changement. La révolution a lieu dans la célèbre villa E.1027, éblouissante création de l?architecte Eileen Gray. Très inspirée par le lieu, qui existe réellement ? la villa est à Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, dans les Alpes-Maritimes ?, Célia Houdart s?est offert une libre fantaisie captivante, une rêverie parfois diabolique, qui ne prend jamais la direction attendue? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. POL #formatpoche, 12 ?

r ?Hamnet?, de Maggie O?Farrell

En 1596, la peste leur vole un enfant. Shakespeare en fera Hamlet. Mais c?est la douleur sans fard de sa femme qui pétrit ce roman puissant. Les corps, leurs désirs et leurs pestilences obsèdent depuis son premier livre l?Irlandaise Maggie O?Farrell. Vingt ans après Quand tu es parti, elle continue de remettre en question les liens familiaux, les mensonges et les deuils. Si la romancière met en scène Shakespeare, elle s?intéresse essentiellement à son épouse, Agnès, singulière guérisseuse, préférant la campagne aux dorures de la capitale anglaise. Entre Agnès la sauvageonne et William le précepteur amateur de littérature, il y a d?abord un coup de foudre. Puisqu?elle est très vite enceinte, il leur faut se marier. Mais Agnès reste indépendante et accepte de voir partir son époux pour Londres et devenir loin d?elle un célèbre dramaturge. Il y a du sacrifice dans cette attitude, mais le drame est ailleurs, quand la peste ronge les corps de ses enfants? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. 10/18, 8,50 ?

r ?Ce genre de petites choses?, de Claire Keegan

Bill Furlong est de nature anxieuse. Dans la petite ville de New Ross, en ­Irlande, ce vendeur de charbon voit bien que le chômage brise les familles. Pourtant, il n?a pas de raison de s?inquiéter. Sa femme, Eileen, réussit à mettre trois sous de côté chaque mois, et leurs cinq filles ne manquent de rien. Mais Furlong est rongé par la peur de tout perdre, sachant, depuis sa naissance, que la vie peut basculer du mauvais côté. Eileen a les pieds mieux ancrés dans la terre. C?est une bonne catholique qui connaît le prix des choses et sait séparer le bien du mal. Le couple s?entend plutôt bien, même si Furlong est du genre à donner sa monnaie aux plus pauvres, quitte à oublier la quête à l?église. Ce sont ces « petites choses » qui finissent par rendre la vie plus compliquée. Habituellement, Claire Keegan accompagne les femmes irlandaises dans leur vie quotidienne, les adolescentes dans leur désir de liberté. Avec ce court récit, elle suit les cheminements d?un homme élevé par sa mère, père de cinq filles et bouleversant d?humanité? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Le Livre de Poche, 6, 90 ?

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r ?Le Dernier Été en ville?, de Gianfranco Calligarich

C?est quatre décennies après sa parution originale que, d?Italie, nous est parvenu ce beau roman triste ? d?une tristesse altière et crâne, étincelante et obstinée, de celles qui se passent d?épanchements et de larmes. De son auteur, Gianfranco Calligarich, on ne sait rien, si ce n?est qu?il a aujour­d?hui 75 ans, et que ce Dernier Été en ville fut son premier roman. Il y met en scène, à la toute fin des années 1960, un jeune Milanais venu faire sa vie à Rome. Quoique faire sa vie est, dans son cas, beaucoup dire ? et surtout mal dire. « Mes amis avaient des idées très précises, obtenir un diplôme, se marier et gagner de l?argent, mais cette perspective me répugnait. » Leo Gazzarra, pour sa part, serait « volontiers resté en dehors de la course ». De fait, son départ vers Rome ressemble à une fugue plutôt qu?à un envol, une échappée sans retour, loin de ce Nord italien industrieux que le miracle économique a converti au matérialisme, loin de ce père aimant mais trop grave auprès duquel il a grandi?Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Folio, 7,60 ?

s ?Betty?, de Tiffany McDaniel

Betty a compris très jeune que l?imagination sauvait les âmes inquiètes, qu?on pouvait décrire le paysage à une jument aveugle et que, derrière les nuages nocturnes, habitent les « mangeurs de peur ». Son père, Landon, un Indien cherokee, lui a enseigné la vie à sa manière, celle d?un guérisseur et grand connaisseur de la nature. Sa mère, Alka, blonde au « teint de pêche », lui a transmis sa fragile humanité. Tiffany McDaniel, 35 ans, s?est inspirée de sa propre famille pour composer ce roman magnifique, autour d?une héroïne enchanteresse, capable de tenir tête aux hommes violents et aux écoliers racistes. Betty, l?une des huit enfants de Landon et Alka, naît en 1954 « dans une baignoire vide à pieds de griffon », héritant de la peau cuivrée du père et de son goût pour la contemplation. Le lecteur la regardera prendre son envol dix-neuf ans plus tard, laissant derrière elle une ribambelle de deuils, de violences, mais surtout d?amour? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Gallmeister, coll. Totem, 13 ?

s ?Maïmaï?, d?Aki Shimazaki

Maïmaï signifie « escargot » en japonais, mot que le héros Tarô, sourd de naissance, n?a jamais entendu, mais que sa maman lui a enseigné en langue des signes quand il était petit, pressentant que son fils aurait besoin de déployer attentivement ses antennes pour se frayer un chemin dans l?existence. D?autant que Tarô cumule deux handicaps aux yeux de la société japonaise : il est aussi métis, né d?un père espagnol qu?il n?a jamais connu. Sa mère meurt au début du livre, emportée par trop d?alcool, de tabac et de mensonges, alors que Tarô sort de l?adolescence… De l?autrice Aki Shimazaki (qui vient de publier un nouveau roman, No-no-yuri) on sait qu?elle est née au Japon en 1954, qu?elle vit au Canada depuis 1981, et qu?elle a attendu l?âge de 40 ans pour apprendre le français. Le mystère reste entier sur les raisons pour lesquelles notre langue lui a soudain révélé sa nature profonde, au point qu?elle en fasse son unique outil d?écriture pour de singuliers romans sur la quête de soi. Non-dits, cachotteries, silences, tabous circulent en apnée entre ses livres qui peuvent se dévorer dans n?importe quel ordre, les héros de l?un devenant personnages secondaires de l?autre, et vice versa? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Babel, 6, 90 ?

r ?Les Aventures de China Iron?, de Gabriela Cabezón Cámara

Écrivaine engagée dans les causes féministes et LGBT, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara signe là son second roman, après l?épopée queer Pleines de grâce. Née en 1968, elle remue un classique de la littérature ­argentine : Martín Fierro (1872), poème épique de José Hernández racontant la vie d?un gaucho de la pampa. À partir d?un personnage secondaire, China Iron, l?autrice imagine cette femme abandonnée par le héros se lancer à la conquête de la liberté avec une Anglaise, Liz. Sans aigreur pour son modèle et en évitant l?écueil d?une littérature militante, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara renouvelle la littérature des grands espaces en lui offrant de nouvelles possibilités ? l?homosexualité, l?attention aux vivants non humains, la rencontre de l?altérité amérindienne? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. 10/18, 7,60 ?

s ?Rendez-vous à Samarra?, de John O?Hara

John O?Hara (1905-1970) n?est peut-être pas en France un parfait inconnu, mais il s?en faut de très peu. Pourtant, dès le milieu des années 1940, est parue la première traduction de cet âpre et splendide Rendez-vous à Samarra, son premier roman, qu?il avait publié aux Etats-Unis une dizaine d?années plus tôt et que la critique américaine s?accorde aujourd?hui encore à considérer comme son chef-d??uvre. Sommes-nous prêts à découvrir cet écrivain qui eut la mauvaise idée, ou la malchance, d?être le contemporain de Faulkner, de Hemingway, de Fitzgerald, qui à eux trois accaparent à peu près tout l?espace sur le tableau de la littérature américaine de l?entre-deux-guerres ? Un écrivain qui, comme pour aggraver son cas, s?est taillé une réputation de type franchement antipathique, misogyne et alcoolique au tempérament querelleur, le genre de personnage qu?on préfère oublier avoir croisé sitôt qu?il a tourné les talons? Lire la suite > Éd. Petite Bibliothèque de l?Olivier, 11,90 ?

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Drame familial, huis clos angoissant, roman noir américain, souvenirs d?enfance, littérature militante… Notre sélection de romans parus cette année en éditions de poche vous donne le choix des genres, des atmosphères et des destinations. Bonne lecture !

r ?La Familia grande?, de Camille Kouchner

Quand l?effroyable, l?inconcevable, l?irréparable est advenu, quand l?inceste, crime infect et diabolique, viol en habits de fête initiatique, a été perpétré, quand les sables mouvants du silence ont avalé le secret avec la sournoise approbation familiale, quand la vérité s?est tout de même hissée jusqu?à la surface pour se perdre dans le brouhaha cassant, tout-puissant, de l?hyperactivité mondaine et de l?ivresse dominatrice, que reste-t-il ? Écrire. Geste ultime de déminage intérieur, opération de la dernière chance, préparée avec une infinie conscience des dangers encourus, qui n?ont pas manqué de surgir, le livre à peine paru.

Ces risques, Camille Kouchner les a pesés pendant trente années « dans une lenteur effondrée ». Se taire, jusqu?à finir sous terre, faire silence à grand bruit, emporter sa douleur bravache dans la tombe après une vie de danse macabre, telle a toujours été la règle, dans sa tribu de célébrités brillantes, tante actrice, mère écrivaine, père ministre, beau-père politologue. Jusqu?à ce qu?une évidence s?impose, physique, mathématique, il faut répartir les masses sur les plateaux de la balance? Lire la suite de notre critique> Éd. Points, 7,50 ?

r ?Histoires de la nuit?, de Laurent Mauvignier

Fidèle aux Éditions de Minuit, « parce qu?un écrivain n?a jamais qu?un seul éditeur, celui qui l?a découvert », Laurent Mauvignier creuse son sillon, sa crevasse, sa faille sismique, depuis vingt ans. Chacun de ses livres procure le même choc. Choc de la magnificence d?une langue en lame de fond, qui sectionne ses phrases en milieu de ligne, puis les laisse déferler sur des pages. Choc de la puissance de personnages dépecés par leurs traumas, entraînés dans la précipitation d?événements qui les dépassent : le drame du stade du Heysel (Dans la foule, 2006), la guerre d?Algérie (Des hommes, 2009), la folie meurtrière des vigiles d?un supermarché contre un voleur de bière (Ce que j?appelle oubli, 2011), le 11 septembre 2001 (Autour du monde, 2014), la dérive d?un adolescent sauvé par un voyage initiatique au Kirghizistan avec sa mère (Continuer, 2016). Huis clos dans un hameau pris d?assaut par des rôdeurs qui revisitent leur passé, Histoires de la nuit, son dernier roman, est un thriller sur les faux-semblants qui maquillent chaque existence? Lire la suite de notre entretien avec Laurent Mauvignier> Éd. Minuit double, 10 ?

s ?Chavirer?, de Lola Lafon

Garder la tête haute, sourire coûte que coûte. Fendre l?air gracieusement, même quand on est laminé intérieurement. Sous ses apparences faussement sauves, la danse est toujours souffrance. Les griffures que laissent les armatures des bustiers sur les aisselles, les grilles gravées par les résilles sur la peau des cuisses, les ecchymoses qui maculent les pieds. Ces corps meurtris sortis d?un tableau de Francis Bacon, Lola Lafon les ausculte, les panse, les console, par la grâce d?une écriture impeccablement chorégraphiée, mêlant haute maîtrise et liberté vive, retenue et don de soi. Comme si chaque mot était un geste décomposé, comme si chaque phrase dessinait un mouvement, tour à tour ascensionnel ou abandonné, en vrille ou immobile. Elle aurait pu s?en tenir à cet admirable ballet verbal, cela aurait suffi à faire de Chavirer (Prix du roman des Étudiants France-Culture-Télérama) le grand roman sur la danse qui manquait à la littérature. Mais ce livre a trop de souffle, trop de coffre pour s?arrêter là. Exemplaire de lucidité, de droiture et d?intransigeance, Lola Lafon est une autrice en prise avec le réel, une militante dont la douce marginalité se double d?un sens aigu de l?humain? Lire la suite de notre critique> Éd. Babel, 8,70 ?

s ?Milkman?, d?Anna Burns

Elle a eu tort de s?emporter, de répondre à la rumeur par la colère. Cette prétendue liaison avec le laitier était fausse, mais les ragots enflaient, alors elle voulait les faire taire, et pouvoir continuer à lire en marchant. Peut-être aurait-elle dû faire profil bas, mais ce n?est pas son genre. Comment s?appelle-t-elle déjà ? La « s?ur du milieu », rien de plus. Autour d?elle, il y a sa mère, ses neuf frères et s?urs, quelques beaux-frères, et aussi un « peut-être petit ami ». Ce garçon pourrait bien être son amoureux, mais rien n?est vraiment sûr. La ville non plus n?est pas nommée, cependant on pense au Belfast des années 1970, quand la violence grondait partout, dans les rues, les maisons, les cafés. Tout semble curieusement dépersonnalisé, dans Milkman, le puissant roman de l?Irlandaise Anna Burns, récompensé en 2018 par le Man Booker Prize. Pas vraiment de noms, ni de prénoms, ni de lieux. Pourtant, la romancière réussit à dessiner une société, un pays, une époque déterminés. Le poids de la religion, les tensions entre communautés, les incompréhensions familiales, les ragots, la pression paramilitaire? sont décrits à travers de minuscules détails qui brossent un portrait social lapidaire? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Folio, 9, 40 ?

r ?La Tempête qui vient?, de James Ellroy

Le douzième roman de James Ellroy se lance à tombeau ouvert dans la tempête qu?annonce son titre. Sur l?autoroute qui mène à Los Angeles, les gerbes d?eau renversent la lumière des phares, les repères au sol s?effacent dans la nuit goudronneuse, la pluie fait un vacarme de tous les diables. Une rousse aux yeux verts, militaire de carrière, court à sa perte, «  un peu pompette  », mal à la tête, les mains exsangues crispées sur le volant. L?accident guette. Une collision terrible avec un véhicule chargé de clandestins et de marijuana. Son destin bascule. Joan Coville est une nouvelle venue dans l?univers d?Ellroy, d?autres l?accompagneront parmi les silhouettes familières. Bientôt, dans la violence du déluge, des torrents de boue libéreront un cadavre sur les pentes de l?observatoire de Griffith Park, la jeune femme se retrouvera mêlée à l?enquête. Et à d?autres encore, dont les innombrables protagonistes ne cessent de se croiser et les fils de s?emmêler? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Rivages Noir Poche, 12 ?

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q ?L?Autre Moitié de soi?, de Brit Bennett

En plein mois d?août 1954, des jumel­les de 16 ans profitent de l?agitation d?un barbecue municipal pour fuguer. La petite ville de Louisiane qu?elles quittent pour la première fois depuis leur naissance s?appelle Mallard, traduction « colvert », nom tout désigné pour un endroit dont les habitants cancanent à tout-va et soignent la couleur de leur visage jusqu?à l?obsession. Pour préserver les nuances laiteuses de leur peau noire, tous surveillent leurs mariages et leur exposition au ­soleil depuis plusieurs générations. Les deux s?urs ont grandi sous cette injonction à la blancheur maximale, ­tiraillées entre la honte et la fierté d?une identité intermédiaire, tandis que les affres de l?adolescence viennent bousculer un peu plus les contours de soi. Ainsi, Stella et Desiree ont appris à se cacher depuis belle lurette, et leur volatilisation n?est qu?une étape d?un processus appelé à durer. De quoi fournir à la romancière Brit Bennett l?occasion de briller dans la narration enlevée d?épisodes phares de leurs existences bientôt parallèles. Car les trajectoires des jumelles se ­séparent, entraînant le roman dans un cycle de scissions cellulaires per­pétuelles, de jeux d?ombre et de lumière, de dédoublements de personnalité et de destin? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. J?ai Lu, 8,70 ?

r ?Souvenirs de la marée basse?, de Chantal Thomas

Souvenirs de la marée basse s?ouvre sur une baignade fondatrice. Le tableau est intrigant, délicieux, inoubliable. On y voit une toute jeune fille à la mince silhouette garçonne crawler élégamment dans les eaux troubles du Grand Canal des jardins de Versailles. C?est un matin de juillet, la nageuse est arrivée à bicyclette, et elle ne repartira que lorsqu?un vieux jardinier se sera aperçu de sa présence incongrue dans le royal bassin. Eugénie, la grand-mère de Chantal Thomas, ne se lassait pas de raconter ce bain fantasque auquel s?adonna un jour sa fille Jackie, alors adolescente. Jackie que la passion ? ou doit-on dire plutôt la vocation ? ? de la nage ne quitta jamais ; et qui, s?immergeant tout au long d?un été dans les eaux bleues d?un lac de montagne, alors qu?elle était enceinte de sa fille Chantal, lui transmit peut-être in utero cette inclination aquatique? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Points, 6,90 ?

q ?Histoire du fils?, de Marie-Hélène Lafon

Un siècle, trois lieux, une affaire de famille, serrés en 170 pages d?une beauté presque physique, récompensées par le Prix Renaudot 2020. Marie-Hélène Lafon n?aime pas le gras, la vaste saga romanesque, les détails psychologiques et les mouvements inutiles. Son écriture est charnelle, vertigineuse même, quand les images s?imposent pour mieux bouleverser la lecture. La scène inaugurale d?Histoire du fils, située en 1908, est un mouvement de caméra sur les pieds nus d?un enfant qu?on reverra peu. Il file vers la cuisine, le drame, les cris, la fin d?un monde. Puis, Marie-­Hélène Lafon nous fait croire qu?elle passe à autre chose. À André, par exemple, né à Figeac, d?une mère absente et d?un père « inconnu », que sa tante va élever comme son enfant. Si les femmes ne manquent pas autour du jeune garçon, il cherche l?image paternelle dont on ne lui parle pas et qui devient le c?ur de ce récit magnifique, comme le sont les paysages traversés? Lire la suite notre critique > Éd. Folio, 7,60 ?

s ?Combats et métamorphoses d?une femme?, d?Édouard Louis

C?est l?histoire d?une réconciliation et d?une renaissance. L?histoire d?un amour prétendument fondateur ? celui d?un fils pour sa mère ?, mais ici longtemps refusé, et qui enfin vient au jour. L?histoire d?une « enfance à l?envers »? Et d?une femme aliénée ? Monique, la mère ? qui se métamorphose. Depuis En finir avec Eddy Bellegueule (2014), fulgurant récit de premières années douloureuses dans une famille aux frontières de la misère, et Qui a tué mon père (2018), où il revenait sur sa relation à l?homme qu?il avait tant redouté, mais dont il réalisait maintenant qu?il était la victime d?un système libéral indifférent aux misérables, on savait qu?Édouard Louis, 28 ans, aimait à creuser sans fin sa propre histoire. Et militant de gauche affiché, excellait à dire à travers lui, les siens, notre monde fracassé. Ses livres suscitèrent la polémique, et ses proches l?accusèrent de travestir la vérité. Mais quelle vérité, si ce n?est celle qu?on vit dans sa chair? Est-ce cependant regret, repentir ? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Points, 5,90 ?

r ?Un jour ce sera vide?, de Hugo Lindenberg

L?enfance nous abandonnera-t-elle jamais ? Manifestement non, à en croire le très beau premier roman d?Hugo Lindenberg, qui a les idées particulièrement claires pour analyser la confusion de ses sentiments et manie la plume avec style. Il raconte la rencontre fulgurante d?un garçon de 10 ans avec Baptiste, qui évolue solidement entre la maison parfaite de ses parents parfaits et la plage où il irradie. Un choc pour son contraire, le narrateur, l?enfant solitaire veillant avant tout à ne pas attirer l?attention, honteux d?être à la mer avec une vieille dame à l?accent prononcé, gêné par ses cheveux bouclés et sa peau pâle, surtout assailli par des « monstres » de toute nature. Baptiste, c?est comme s?il comprenait tout à ce sentiment de différence que ressent son nouveau camarade, comme s?il avalait, absorbait sa carapace. Il est le seul à savoir aborder l?essentiel, l?absence de la mère de son ami? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Le Livre de Poche, 7,40 ?

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r ?Liv Maria?, de Julia Kerninon

Présence intense, l?identité de l?héroïne brille dans le titre. Comment pouvait-il en être autrement avec une femme d?un tel tempérament ? Ce n?est pas un hasard si Julia Kerninon a choisi les trois premières lettres du mot livre pour nommer Liv Maria, élevée sur une petite île par un père fou de Faulkner, Beckett et London, et par une mère tenancière de café merveilleusement appelée Mado Tonnerre. Voilà qu?un viol éjecte la jeune fille de son adolescence. Exilée à Berlin deux ans avant la chute du Mur, pour que les bourgeons de la honte fleurissent en fleurs de la renaissance, la voilà convoitée par un professeur d?anglais dont le fils a presque son âge. Un destin se dessine, d?un trait sec, sûr, noueux. Percée à jour dans ses grandes lignes, une existence expose son ossature solide, trame d?un récit qui court sur plusieurs décennies et s?en tient à l?essentiel : l?émotion profondément enfouie, moteur imperceptible des trajectoires de libération? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Folio, 240 p., 8,20 ?

q ?Les Argonautes?, de Maggie Nelson

« Tu as crevé ma solitude? Je sens que je peux tout te donner sans me perdre moi-même », lui a-t-elle dit un jour. C?était en 2007, aux tout premiers temps de leur amour. Maggie venait de rencontrer Harry ? Harry Dodge, né Wendy Malone, vidéaste et performeur, se revendiquant « gender fluid », ni homme ni femme : « un spécial, un deux pour un », fait-il dire à son avatar dans un de ses films. Du récit et de l?examen de cet amour, Maggie Nelson a nourri Les Argonautes, livre parfaitement singulier, vif et rétif, aussi substantiel et généreux qu?insubordonné, échappant à tout résumé et à toute catégorisation. Aux États-Unis, l?écrivaine et essayiste (née en 1973) est considérée comme une des voix majeures de la non-fiction contemporaine, héritière tant de Judith Butler (pour l?intérêt porté aux questions ayant trait au genre) que de Susan Sontag (pour l?originalité de sa démarche, qui mêle volontiers autobiographie et théorie)? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Points, 6, 90 ?

r ?Tout un monde lointain?, de Célia Houdart

Célia Houdart aime les entrées en matière impromptues, les ouvertures en queue de poisson. Elle emboîte ici le pas à un bébé qui met pour la première fois un pied devant l?autre, dans les herbes sauvages des rives du lac Majeur, au printemps 1918. Un prologue randonneur, donc, une fausse piste qui n?est là que pour imprimer la cadence : on avance, on vacille, on se ressaisit, et on atteint l?inexploré. Le reste du roman suit l?enfant devenue vieille, baptisée Gréco comme Juliette et traînant son ennui sur la côte monégasque. L?aura de cette femme aurait pu suffire à Célia Houdart pour dérouler son écriture végétale, sans une once de graisse, pleine de fragilité et de sauvagerie. Mais soudain, une secousse, une rencontre, un chamboulement. Gréco est confrontée à la jeunesse, elle en perd ses principes, et accueille le changement. La révolution a lieu dans la célèbre villa E.1027, éblouissante création de l?architecte Eileen Gray. Très inspirée par le lieu, qui existe réellement ? la villa est à Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, dans les Alpes-Maritimes ?, Célia Houdart s?est offert une libre fantaisie captivante, une rêverie parfois diabolique, qui ne prend jamais la direction attendue? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. POL #formatpoche, 12 ?

r ?Hamnet?, de Maggie O?Farrell

En 1596, la peste leur vole un enfant. Shakespeare en fera Hamlet. Mais c?est la douleur sans fard de sa femme qui pétrit ce roman puissant. Les corps, leurs désirs et leurs pestilences obsèdent depuis son premier livre l?Irlandaise Maggie O?Farrell. Vingt ans après Quand tu es parti, elle continue de remettre en question les liens familiaux, les mensonges et les deuils. Si la romancière met en scène Shakespeare, elle s?intéresse essentiellement à son épouse, Agnès, singulière guérisseuse, préférant la campagne aux dorures de la capitale anglaise. Entre Agnès la sauvageonne et William le précepteur amateur de littérature, il y a d?abord un coup de foudre. Puisqu?elle est très vite enceinte, il leur faut se marier. Mais Agnès reste indépendante et accepte de voir partir son époux pour Londres et devenir loin d?elle un célèbre dramaturge. Il y a du sacrifice dans cette attitude, mais le drame est ailleurs, quand la peste ronge les corps de ses enfants? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. 10/18, 8,50 ?

r ?Ce genre de petites choses?, de Claire Keegan

Bill Furlong est de nature anxieuse. Dans la petite ville de New Ross, en ­Irlande, ce vendeur de charbon voit bien que le chômage brise les familles. Pourtant, il n?a pas de raison de s?inquiéter. Sa femme, Eileen, réussit à mettre trois sous de côté chaque mois, et leurs cinq filles ne manquent de rien. Mais Furlong est rongé par la peur de tout perdre, sachant, depuis sa naissance, que la vie peut basculer du mauvais côté. Eileen a les pieds mieux ancrés dans la terre. C?est une bonne catholique qui connaît le prix des choses et sait séparer le bien du mal. Le couple s?entend plutôt bien, même si Furlong est du genre à donner sa monnaie aux plus pauvres, quitte à oublier la quête à l?église. Ce sont ces « petites choses » qui finissent par rendre la vie plus compliquée. Habituellement, Claire Keegan accompagne les femmes irlandaises dans leur vie quotidienne, les adolescentes dans leur désir de liberté. Avec ce court récit, elle suit les cheminements d?un homme élevé par sa mère, père de cinq filles et bouleversant d?humanité? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Le Livre de Poche, 6, 90 ?

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r ?Le Dernier Été en ville?, de Gianfranco Calligarich

C?est quatre décennies après sa parution originale que, d?Italie, nous est parvenu ce beau roman triste ? d?une tristesse altière et crâne, étincelante et obstinée, de celles qui se passent d?épanchements et de larmes. De son auteur, Gianfranco Calligarich, on ne sait rien, si ce n?est qu?il a aujour­d?hui 75 ans, et que ce Dernier Été en ville fut son premier roman. Il y met en scène, à la toute fin des années 1960, un jeune Milanais venu faire sa vie à Rome. Quoique faire sa vie est, dans son cas, beaucoup dire ? et surtout mal dire. « Mes amis avaient des idées très précises, obtenir un diplôme, se marier et gagner de l?argent, mais cette perspective me répugnait. » Leo Gazzarra, pour sa part, serait « volontiers resté en dehors de la course ». De fait, son départ vers Rome ressemble à une fugue plutôt qu?à un envol, une échappée sans retour, loin de ce Nord italien industrieux que le miracle économique a converti au matérialisme, loin de ce père aimant mais trop grave auprès duquel il a grandi?Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Folio, 7,60 ?

s ?Betty?, de Tiffany McDaniel

Betty a compris très jeune que l?imagination sauvait les âmes inquiètes, qu?on pouvait décrire le paysage à une jument aveugle et que, derrière les nuages nocturnes, habitent les « mangeurs de peur ». Son père, Landon, un Indien cherokee, lui a enseigné la vie à sa manière, celle d?un guérisseur et grand connaisseur de la nature. Sa mère, Alka, blonde au « teint de pêche », lui a transmis sa fragile humanité. Tiffany McDaniel, 35 ans, s?est inspirée de sa propre famille pour composer ce roman magnifique, autour d?une héroïne enchanteresse, capable de tenir tête aux hommes violents et aux écoliers racistes. Betty, l?une des huit enfants de Landon et Alka, naît en 1954 « dans une baignoire vide à pieds de griffon », héritant de la peau cuivrée du père et de son goût pour la contemplation. Le lecteur la regardera prendre son envol dix-neuf ans plus tard, laissant derrière elle une ribambelle de deuils, de violences, mais surtout d?amour? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Gallmeister, coll. Totem, 13 ?

s ?Maïmaï?, d?Aki Shimazaki

Maïmaï signifie « escargot » en japonais, mot que le héros Tarô, sourd de naissance, n?a jamais entendu, mais que sa maman lui a enseigné en langue des signes quand il était petit, pressentant que son fils aurait besoin de déployer attentivement ses antennes pour se frayer un chemin dans l?existence. D?autant que Tarô cumule deux handicaps aux yeux de la société japonaise : il est aussi métis, né d?un père espagnol qu?il n?a jamais connu. Sa mère meurt au début du livre, emportée par trop d?alcool, de tabac et de mensonges, alors que Tarô sort de l?adolescence… De l?autrice Aki Shimazaki (qui vient de publier un nouveau roman, No-no-yuri) on sait qu?elle est née au Japon en 1954, qu?elle vit au Canada depuis 1981, et qu?elle a attendu l?âge de 40 ans pour apprendre le français. Le mystère reste entier sur les raisons pour lesquelles notre langue lui a soudain révélé sa nature profonde, au point qu?elle en fasse son unique outil d?écriture pour de singuliers romans sur la quête de soi. Non-dits, cachotteries, silences, tabous circulent en apnée entre ses livres qui peuvent se dévorer dans n?importe quel ordre, les héros de l?un devenant personnages secondaires de l?autre, et vice versa? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. Babel, 6, 90 ?

r ?Les Aventures de China Iron?, de Gabriela Cabezón Cámara

Écrivaine engagée dans les causes féministes et LGBT, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara signe là son second roman, après l?épopée queer Pleines de grâce. Née en 1968, elle remue un classique de la littérature ­argentine : Martín Fierro (1872), poème épique de José Hernández racontant la vie d?un gaucho de la pampa. À partir d?un personnage secondaire, China Iron, l?autrice imagine cette femme abandonnée par le héros se lancer à la conquête de la liberté avec une Anglaise, Liz. Sans aigreur pour son modèle et en évitant l?écueil d?une littérature militante, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara renouvelle la littérature des grands espaces en lui offrant de nouvelles possibilités ? l?homosexualité, l?attention aux vivants non humains, la rencontre de l?altérité amérindienne? Lire la suite de notre critique > Éd. 10/18, 7,60 ?

s ?Rendez-vous à Samarra?, de John O?Hara

John O?Hara (1905-1970) n?est peut-être pas en France un parfait inconnu, mais il s?en faut de très peu. Pourtant, dès le milieu des années 1940, est parue la première traduction de cet âpre et splendide Rendez-vous à Samarra, son premier roman, qu?il avait publié aux Etats-Unis une dizaine d?années plus tôt et que la critique américaine s?accorde aujourd?hui encore à considérer comme son chef-d??uvre. Sommes-nous prêts à découvrir cet écrivain qui eut la mauvaise idée, ou la malchance, d?être le contemporain de Faulkner, de Hemingway, de Fitzgerald, qui à eux trois accaparent à peu près tout l?espace sur le tableau de la littérature américaine de l?entre-deux-guerres ? Un écrivain qui, comme pour aggraver son cas, s?est taillé une réputation de type franchement antipathique, misogyne et alcoolique au tempérament querelleur, le genre de personnage qu?on préfère oublier avoir croisé sitôt qu?il a tourné les talons? Lire la suite > Éd. Petite Bibliothèque de l?Olivier, 11,90 ?

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  1. Larry A. Tucker, Kayla Parker. 10-Year Weight Gain in 13,802 US Adults: The Role of Age, Sex, and Race. Journal of Obesity, 2022; 2022: 1 DOI: 10.1155/2022/7652408

The article, published in the Journal of Obesity, looked at the long-term weight gain of more than 13,800 U.S. adults ? a rare data point unearthed in obesity research. They found that more than half of American adults in the study gained 5% or more body weight over a 10-year period. What?s more, more than a third of American adults gained 10% or more body weight and almost a fifth gained 20% or more body weight.

?The U.S. obesity epidemic is not slowing down,? said study lead author Larry Tucker, a BYU professor of exercise science. ?Without question, 10-year weight gain is a serious problem within the U.S. adult population.?

Study participants were selected randomly as part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, an annual survey that examines a nationally representative sample. NHANES is a CDC-sponsored series of studies that began in the early 1960s and became a continuous program in 1999.

Using the NHANES data, the study also found that 10-year weight gain was significantly greater in women than in men, with women gaining about twice as much weight: 12 pounds on average for women compared to 6 pounds for men. Weight gain also differed across races, with Black women experiencing the greatest average weight gain over the 10-year period (19.4 pounds) and Asian men experiencing the least (2.9 pounds).

As far as age goes, the greatest gains in weight were found in young and middle-aged adults; less weight is gained as age increases. According to the data, on average Americans gain the following weight:

If adults gain the average amount of weight during each decade of adult life, they will have gained more than 45 pounds, which would push many of them into the obese category. According to the Department of Health and Human Services and the CDC, 42.4% of U.S. adults are currently obese. That?s up substantially from the 30.5% measured in 2000.

?In roughly 20 years, the prevalence of obesity increased by approximately 40% and severe obesity almost doubled,? Tucker said. ?By knowing who is more likely to become obese, we can help health care providers and public health officials focus more on at-risk individuals.?

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  1. Larry A. Tucker, Kayla Parker. 10-Year Weight Gain in 13,802 US Adults: The Role of Age, Sex, and Race. Journal of Obesity, 2022; 2022: 1 DOI: 10.1155/2022/7652408

The article, published in the Journal of Obesity, looked at the long-term weight gain of more than 13,800 U.S. adults ? a rare data point unearthed in obesity research. They found that more than half of American adults in the study gained 5% or more body weight over a 10-year period. What?s more, more than a third of American adults gained 10% or more body weight and almost a fifth gained 20% or more body weight.

?The U.S. obesity epidemic is not slowing down,? said study lead author Larry Tucker, a BYU professor of exercise science. ?Without question, 10-year weight gain is a serious problem within the U.S. adult population.?

Study participants were selected randomly as part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, an annual survey that examines a nationally representative sample. NHANES is a CDC-sponsored series of studies that began in the early 1960s and became a continuous program in 1999.

Using the NHANES data, the study also found that 10-year weight gain was significantly greater in women than in men, with women gaining about twice as much weight: 12 pounds on average for women compared to 6 pounds for men. Weight gain also differed across races, with Black women experiencing the greatest average weight gain over the 10-year period (19.4 pounds) and Asian men experiencing the least (2.9 pounds).

As far as age goes, the greatest gains in weight were found in young and middle-aged adults; less weight is gained as age increases. According to the data, on average Americans gain the following weight:

If adults gain the average amount of weight during each decade of adult life, they will have gained more than 45 pounds, which would push many of them into the obese category. According to the Department of Health and Human Services and the CDC, 42.4% of U.S. adults are currently obese. That?s up substantially from the 30.5% measured in 2000.

?In roughly 20 years, the prevalence of obesity increased by approximately 40% and severe obesity almost doubled,? Tucker said. ?By knowing who is more likely to become obese, we can help health care providers and public health officials focus more on at-risk individuals.?

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[date_timestamp] => 1656159934 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Environmental factors predict risk of death [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/environmental-factors-predict-risk-of-death/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 09:30:31 +0000 [category] => sciencedeathenvironmentalfactorspredictrisk [guid] => http://redhatbeauty.com/?p=4865 [description] => Journal Reference: Michael B. Hadley, Mahdi Nalini, Samrachana Adhikari, Jackie Szymonifka, Arash Etemadi, Farin Kamangar, Masoud Khoshnia, Tyler McChane, Akram Pourshams, Hossein Poustchi, Sadaf G. Sepanlou, Christian Abnet, Neal D. Freedman, Paolo Boffetta, Reza Malekzadeh, Rajesh Vedanthan. Spatial environmental factors predict cardiovascular and all-cause mortality: Results of the SPACE study. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (6): ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Michael B. Hadley, Mahdi Nalini, Samrachana Adhikari, Jackie Szymonifka, Arash Etemadi, Farin Kamangar, Masoud Khoshnia, Tyler McChane, Akram Pourshams, Hossein Poustchi, Sadaf G. Sepanlou, Christian Abnet, Neal D. Freedman, Paolo Boffetta, Reza Malekzadeh, Rajesh Vedanthan. Spatial environmental factors predict cardiovascular and all-cause mortality: Results of the SPACE study. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (6): e0269650 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0269650

Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the study showed that exposure to above average levels of outdoor air pollution increased risk of death by 20%, and risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 17%.

Using wood- or kerosene-burning stoves, not properly ventilated through a chimney, to cook food or heat the home also increasd overall risk of death (by 23% and 9%) and cardiovascular death risk (by 36% and 19%). Living far from specialty medical clinics and near busy roads also increased risk of death.

Publishing in the journal PLOS ONE online June 24, the findings come from personal and environmental health data collected from 50,045 mostly poor, rural villagers living in the northeast Golestan region of Iran. All study participants were over age 40 and agreed to have their health monitored during annual visits with researchers dating as far back as 2004.

Researchers say their latest investigation not only identifies environmental factors that pose the greatest risk to heart and overall health, but also adds much-needed scientific evidence from people in low- and middle-income countries. Traditional research on environmental risk factors, the researchers note, has favored urban populations in high-income countries with much greater access to modern health care services.

Compared with those who have easier access to specialized medical services, those living farther away from clinics with catheterization labs able to unblock clogged arteries, for example, were at increased risk of death by 1% for every 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) of distance. In Golestan, most people live more than 50 miles (80 kilometers) away from such modern facilities.

Study results also showed that the one-third of study participants who lived within 500 meters (1,640 feet) of a major roadway had a 13% increased risk of death.

?Our study highlights the role that key environmental factors of indoor/outdoor air pollution, access to modern health services, and proximity to noisy, polluted roadways play in all causes of death and deaths from cardiovascular disease in particular,? says study senior author and cardiologist Rajesh Vedanthan, MD, MPH.

?Our findings help broaden the disease-risk profile beyond age and traditional personal risk factors,? says Vedanthan, an associate professor in the Department of Population Health and the Department of Medicine at NYU Langone Health.

?These results illustrate a new opportunity for health policymakers to reduce the burden of disease in their communities by mitigating the impact of environmental risk factors like air pollution on cardiovascular health,? says study lead author Michael Hadley, MD, a fellow in cardiology and incoming assistant professor of medicine at Mount Sinai.

By contrast, the study showed that other environmental factors included in the analysis ? low neighborhood income levels, increased population density, and too much nighttime light exposure ? were not independent predictors of risk of death, despite previous research in mostly urban settings suggesting otherwise.

For the investigation, researchers analyzed data gathered through December 2018. They then created a predictive model on overall death risk and death risk from cardiovascular disease.

The research team plans to continue its analysis and hopes to apply the predictive model to other countries with the aim of fine-tuning its predictive capacity. They say their new tool could serve as a guide for evaluating the effectiveness of environmental, lifestyle, and personal health changes in reducing mortality rates worldwide.

According to the World Health Organization, one-quarter of all deaths worldwide are now attributable to environmental factors, including poor air and water quality, lack of sanitation, and exposure to toxic chemicals.

Funding for the study was provided by U.S. National Institutes of Health grant R21HL140474.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Michael B. Hadley, Mahdi Nalini, Samrachana Adhikari, Jackie Szymonifka, Arash Etemadi, Farin Kamangar, Masoud Khoshnia, Tyler McChane, Akram Pourshams, Hossein Poustchi, Sadaf G. Sepanlou, Christian Abnet, Neal D. Freedman, Paolo Boffetta, Reza Malekzadeh, Rajesh Vedanthan. Spatial environmental factors predict cardiovascular and all-cause mortality: Results of the SPACE study. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (6): ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Michael B. Hadley, Mahdi Nalini, Samrachana Adhikari, Jackie Szymonifka, Arash Etemadi, Farin Kamangar, Masoud Khoshnia, Tyler McChane, Akram Pourshams, Hossein Poustchi, Sadaf G. Sepanlou, Christian Abnet, Neal D. Freedman, Paolo Boffetta, Reza Malekzadeh, Rajesh Vedanthan. Spatial environmental factors predict cardiovascular and all-cause mortality: Results of the SPACE study. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (6): e0269650 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0269650

Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the study showed that exposure to above average levels of outdoor air pollution increased risk of death by 20%, and risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 17%.

Using wood- or kerosene-burning stoves, not properly ventilated through a chimney, to cook food or heat the home also increasd overall risk of death (by 23% and 9%) and cardiovascular death risk (by 36% and 19%). Living far from specialty medical clinics and near busy roads also increased risk of death.

Publishing in the journal PLOS ONE online June 24, the findings come from personal and environmental health data collected from 50,045 mostly poor, rural villagers living in the northeast Golestan region of Iran. All study participants were over age 40 and agreed to have their health monitored during annual visits with researchers dating as far back as 2004.

Researchers say their latest investigation not only identifies environmental factors that pose the greatest risk to heart and overall health, but also adds much-needed scientific evidence from people in low- and middle-income countries. Traditional research on environmental risk factors, the researchers note, has favored urban populations in high-income countries with much greater access to modern health care services.

Compared with those who have easier access to specialized medical services, those living farther away from clinics with catheterization labs able to unblock clogged arteries, for example, were at increased risk of death by 1% for every 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) of distance. In Golestan, most people live more than 50 miles (80 kilometers) away from such modern facilities.

Study results also showed that the one-third of study participants who lived within 500 meters (1,640 feet) of a major roadway had a 13% increased risk of death.

?Our study highlights the role that key environmental factors of indoor/outdoor air pollution, access to modern health services, and proximity to noisy, polluted roadways play in all causes of death and deaths from cardiovascular disease in particular,? says study senior author and cardiologist Rajesh Vedanthan, MD, MPH.

?Our findings help broaden the disease-risk profile beyond age and traditional personal risk factors,? says Vedanthan, an associate professor in the Department of Population Health and the Department of Medicine at NYU Langone Health.

?These results illustrate a new opportunity for health policymakers to reduce the burden of disease in their communities by mitigating the impact of environmental risk factors like air pollution on cardiovascular health,? says study lead author Michael Hadley, MD, a fellow in cardiology and incoming assistant professor of medicine at Mount Sinai.

By contrast, the study showed that other environmental factors included in the analysis ? low neighborhood income levels, increased population density, and too much nighttime light exposure ? were not independent predictors of risk of death, despite previous research in mostly urban settings suggesting otherwise.

For the investigation, researchers analyzed data gathered through December 2018. They then created a predictive model on overall death risk and death risk from cardiovascular disease.

The research team plans to continue its analysis and hopes to apply the predictive model to other countries with the aim of fine-tuning its predictive capacity. They say their new tool could serve as a guide for evaluating the effectiveness of environmental, lifestyle, and personal health changes in reducing mortality rates worldwide.

According to the World Health Organization, one-quarter of all deaths worldwide are now attributable to environmental factors, including poor air and water quality, lack of sanitation, and exposure to toxic chemicals.

Funding for the study was provided by U.S. National Institutes of Health grant R21HL140474.

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[date_timestamp] => 1656149431 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => If the tragic moment turns into salvation [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/if-the-tragic-moment-turns-into-salvation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Street ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 09:29:22 +0000 [category] => Newsmomentsalvationtragicturns [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=4863 [description] => We all observed for a long time, the other day, the image of swimmer Anita Alvarez being rescued by a coach. Stunned and frightened, we went through the frames that show the sequence of the rescue, the shot in particular of the last phase, the one before re-emerging from the water. We really missed a ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

We all observed for a long time, the other day, the image of swimmer Anita Alvarez being rescued by a coach. Stunned and frightened, we went through the frames that show the sequence of the rescue, the shot in particular of the last phase, the one before re-emerging from the water. We really missed a whiff of the tragedy: Alvarez had fainted, no one had noticed, had it not been for the promptness and timeliness of the other (Andrea Fuentes her name), now we would no longer have the athlete between we. Two women entwined together, one alive, the other semi-alive: a very impressive image for more than one reason. An image that says a lot. It says about the situation, but it also reflects something of this strange and unfortunate time that we find ourselves living and going through. A symbolic image, I would say if I were not afraid of being emphatic.

Let’s review it: on the fluorescent blue of the chlorinated water of a majestic Olympic swimming pool duly equipped for the World Cup, the silhouettes of these two young and beautiful women stand out, their slender and perfect bodies. They seem motionless, but if you look closely you understand that what the shot fixes and depicts is the moment of the ascent to the surface. One, the coach, her hair pulled back into a long black braid, is stretched into every muscle in her body in an effort to bring the other, which she has lost consciousness. That other one whose posture is opposite: she is hanging in the floating water void, motionless, her body as heavy and inert as that of a puppet: the paralyzed physicality of someone who has fainted and is out of consciousness. The dynamism and tension of the first woman contrasts madly with the absolute stasis of the other. That rescuing is a labored gesture, concentrated to the point of her agony: she must save her, at all costs to bring the rescue operation to a successful conclusion. To make the promptness that she alone, the coach, was capable of triumphing, fortunately well before the doctors and paramedics who were present but distracted and understood nothing. They did not notice that Anita Alvarez was about to drown before their inattentive eyes.

The photo tells about support and aid; humanity rushing to help. Readiness and self-denial: struggling with difficulty in order to bring back up, to the air and to life, a limp body which, without resisting the force of the water, would have slowly fallen down and ceased to exist. In addition to its drama, of union and commonality, the scene tells us, and it does so with the force of a punch in the stomach.

Solidarity, sisterhood. Nobody saves himself alone it was the title of a novel by Margaret Mazzantini published several years ago. To be brought to safety we are not enough to ourselves. We need someone who is aware of us, of our momentary illness, which in a translated sense can mean any form of our malaise. The absent, inert and beautiful body of the fainting athlete, her splendid face captured and immortalized in the next moment, when she was carried on by the other and was able to resurface on the surface. Her dark mouth, her long, rigged lashes; the stiff jaw that so frightened Fuentes, her savior, because once she was on top of her, in the air, she risked if she hadn’t unlocked by making her open her mouth, preventing her from breathing and coming back to life. Details that all, in addition to the thwarted drama, give shape to a metaphor. A scary but powerful image, and so symbolic. Heavy, inert and on the verge of going down to the bottom, in an apnea without solution, sometimes the world seems to be in these times. Unconscious humanity, our human being: dropped into a darkness of awareness from which only an awake, lucid, attentive mind can save. From those who watch like a sentinel he realizes the tragedy that is looming, and with all the strength he has in his body dives, moves convulsive strokes, then immediately with all the energy he is capable of swims up, towards the air, the light. Like a two-faced creature: the loss of senses and conscience on the one hand, on the other, intertwined and clinging to that part, the mindfulness, the vigor of wanting to help, in an emergency, at any cost. The determination to make it, give your lungs a full breath. Nobody saves himself alone: ??we keep the senses awake, alert, to rush to help those who lose their senses, or lose them. Together.

This too tells the unforgettable photograph of the rescue of Anita Alvarez by the courageous and very lucid Andrea Fuentes. Testimony of a handful of moments that could have been of mourning, and were instead of solidarity and salvation.

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) [summary] => We all observed for a long time, the other day, the image of swimmer Anita Alvarez being rescued by a coach. Stunned and frightened, we went through the frames that show the sequence of the rescue, the shot in particular of the last phase, the one before re-emerging from the water. We really missed a ... Read more [atom_content] =>

We all observed for a long time, the other day, the image of swimmer Anita Alvarez being rescued by a coach. Stunned and frightened, we went through the frames that show the sequence of the rescue, the shot in particular of the last phase, the one before re-emerging from the water. We really missed a whiff of the tragedy: Alvarez had fainted, no one had noticed, had it not been for the promptness and timeliness of the other (Andrea Fuentes her name), now we would no longer have the athlete between we. Two women entwined together, one alive, the other semi-alive: a very impressive image for more than one reason. An image that says a lot. It says about the situation, but it also reflects something of this strange and unfortunate time that we find ourselves living and going through. A symbolic image, I would say if I were not afraid of being emphatic.

Let’s review it: on the fluorescent blue of the chlorinated water of a majestic Olympic swimming pool duly equipped for the World Cup, the silhouettes of these two young and beautiful women stand out, their slender and perfect bodies. They seem motionless, but if you look closely you understand that what the shot fixes and depicts is the moment of the ascent to the surface. One, the coach, her hair pulled back into a long black braid, is stretched into every muscle in her body in an effort to bring the other, which she has lost consciousness. That other one whose posture is opposite: she is hanging in the floating water void, motionless, her body as heavy and inert as that of a puppet: the paralyzed physicality of someone who has fainted and is out of consciousness. The dynamism and tension of the first woman contrasts madly with the absolute stasis of the other. That rescuing is a labored gesture, concentrated to the point of her agony: she must save her, at all costs to bring the rescue operation to a successful conclusion. To make the promptness that she alone, the coach, was capable of triumphing, fortunately well before the doctors and paramedics who were present but distracted and understood nothing. They did not notice that Anita Alvarez was about to drown before their inattentive eyes.

The photo tells about support and aid; humanity rushing to help. Readiness and self-denial: struggling with difficulty in order to bring back up, to the air and to life, a limp body which, without resisting the force of the water, would have slowly fallen down and ceased to exist. In addition to its drama, of union and commonality, the scene tells us, and it does so with the force of a punch in the stomach.

Solidarity, sisterhood. Nobody saves himself alone it was the title of a novel by Margaret Mazzantini published several years ago. To be brought to safety we are not enough to ourselves. We need someone who is aware of us, of our momentary illness, which in a translated sense can mean any form of our malaise. The absent, inert and beautiful body of the fainting athlete, her splendid face captured and immortalized in the next moment, when she was carried on by the other and was able to resurface on the surface. Her dark mouth, her long, rigged lashes; the stiff jaw that so frightened Fuentes, her savior, because once she was on top of her, in the air, she risked if she hadn’t unlocked by making her open her mouth, preventing her from breathing and coming back to life. Details that all, in addition to the thwarted drama, give shape to a metaphor. A scary but powerful image, and so symbolic. Heavy, inert and on the verge of going down to the bottom, in an apnea without solution, sometimes the world seems to be in these times. Unconscious humanity, our human being: dropped into a darkness of awareness from which only an awake, lucid, attentive mind can save. From those who watch like a sentinel he realizes the tragedy that is looming, and with all the strength he has in his body dives, moves convulsive strokes, then immediately with all the energy he is capable of swims up, towards the air, the light. Like a two-faced creature: the loss of senses and conscience on the one hand, on the other, intertwined and clinging to that part, the mindfulness, the vigor of wanting to help, in an emergency, at any cost. The determination to make it, give your lungs a full breath. Nobody saves himself alone: ??we keep the senses awake, alert, to rush to help those who lose their senses, or lose them. Together.

This too tells the unforgettable photograph of the rescue of Anita Alvarez by the courageous and very lucid Andrea Fuentes. Testimony of a handful of moments that could have been of mourning, and were instead of solidarity and salvation.

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