Ancient Mayan cities were dangerously contaminated with mercury

A study highlights significant levels of mercury contamination in soils occupied during the Mayan era, in Mexico and Central America. Intended for the manufacture of decorative and religious objects, the exploitation of this highly toxic heavy metal would not have been without consequences for the health of the populations. We have long known that high …

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Restaurant voucher, technical control… Everything that changes from October 1

The month of October will be marked by several new regulations. Challenges summarizes everything that changes from this Saturday. Ceiling of restaurant vouchers, modification of the maximum rate of a mortgage… challenges offers you a summary of all the changes that will take effect from this Saturday, October 1. Raise the roof of restaurant vouchers …

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Heskey hopes Liverpool will follow in Man City’s footsteps but says Nunez can follow Henry and Vieira’s lead.

Emile Heskey has ruled out Liverpool’s title chances because he fears they won’t be able to keep up with ‘ruthless’ Manchester City. The Premier League returns this weekend, with City flying high and trailing early leaders Arsenal. Pep Guardiola’s City are unbeaten with five wins and two draws so far, as well as a league-high …

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With the shortage of general practitioners, 11% of the French do not have a doctor

“In order for my mother to have an appointment with a general practitioner, I have to lie. » Joëlle Besnard, who lives in Mayenne (Mayenne), makes an appointment on her own behalf. Since June, she has been looking for a new treating doctor for her mother, capable of following up on the nonagenarian, who recently …

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Inflation slows slightly in September, to 5.6% per year, according to provisional figures from INSEE

This fall is linked to a “slowdown” increased prices for energy and services, but food prices continue to rise, explains INSEE. Article written by Aware on 09/30/2022 09:10 Updated on 09/30/2022 10:15 Time to read : 1 minute. The rise in consumer prices in France slowed down in September, to 5.6% year-on-year, compared to 5.9% …

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Amazon is launching a QLED TV and it has an amazing feature

Amazon introduced a new line of televisions with QLED technology. It comes with a 3rd generation Fire TV Cube for a refreshed TV experience. During its back-to-school conference, Amazon featured many products, including echo speakers and the halo rise. It was also about thetelevision experience from a giant that is not afraid to take on …

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birds already very clever in the time of the dinosaurs – Liberation

The discovery of the skull of an 80-million-year-old bird-dinosaur revealed that they already had advanced brain structure. Scientists analyzed this fossil and concluded that Cretaceous birds were far from dumb. The expression “having the brain of a bird” contradicts itself once again. Years of research had already done justice to their IQ by showing, for …

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The rise of the dollar raises fears of the implosion of other currencies

The meteoric rise of American dollarthat chained record after record against many currencies, raised fears of the collapse of a currency and a greater crisis, such as the one not seen in the world since the Asian episode of 1997. Driven by the sudden rise in interest rates, the US central bank (Fed) and a …

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