Daughter and assistant of Marie Curie: who was Irène Joliot-Curie?

Prodigious energy, thirst for knowledge, commitment: Marie Curie’s eldest daughter works alongside her mother and follows an equally luminous destiny. Nobel Prize at stake. Irène was educated by her mother, who won two Nobel Prizes, and her laboratory colleagues. After high school, studying science seemed obvious to him, but the First World War forced him … Read more

These signals sent by the brain that show you have to step out of your comfort zone

TIPS – If by definition, the comfort zone is reassuring, it can also confine and turn off the individuals who find themselves there. Certain signs can put the flea in the ear and encourage you to get out of it. For several years, you have held the same position, follow the same schedules, coexist during … Read more

“If the desire is extinguished, it is because it was not present at the start, or because our sexuality does not suit us”

In case of blockage of desire, talking within the couple or with a specialist is liberating and, sometimes, even saving. Lady Figaro. – Male speech seems less free than that of women, who speak more and more openly of desire, pleasure and consent. Why you think ?Margot Fried-Filliozat. – Talking about their sexuality remains difficult … Read more

50 to 80 job cuts planned on the Caudry site

After completing its internal investigation, Nestlé France is preparing with the authorities the reopening of its northern site, which has been shut down since mid-March, after a violent health scandal. Six months after the health scandal linked to the consumption of Fraîch’Up pizzas from the Buitoni brand contaminated with E.Coli bacteria, which caused the death … Read more

Why do some always make the wrong choices?

DECRYPTION – Some people are haunted by the impression, even the conviction, of having made the wrong decision. Good news: this phenomenon can be explained and above all, it can be corrected. Being caught in a dilemma to the point of not sleeping at night; reproduce the same love patterns all the time despite failures; … Read more

Lucy Vincent, neurobiologist: “Walking makes you smart!”

In It all starts with the body, neurobiologist Lucy Vincent claims that our brain is governed by our physical activity. A fascinating book that should give us energy. Lucy Vincent, who loves the plasticity of our brain, had already sifted through the effects of love on our neurons, then of dance on our memory. This … Read more

Did the Windsor clan ban Meghan Markle from visiting the Queen at Balmoral?

By Segolene Forgar Published 4 hours ago, Update 32 minutes ago Meghan Markle in Germany at an event ahead of the Invictus Games 2023. (Düsseldorf, September 6, 2022.) Abaca According to the BBC royal correspondent, the Duchess of Sussex was not welcome at Balmoral Castle, where Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday at the age … Read more

the photo that smells like summer

Gwyneth Paltrow and her children Apple and Moses. Screenshot Instagram/@gwynethpaltrow To celebrate the end of summer, Gwyneth Paltrow posted a series of photos from her vacation on Monday on her Instagram account. Among the shots, the actress poses with her children, Apple and Moses, with a tanned complexion and crumpled hair. Summer is over and … Read more

Juliette Binoche evokes without filter her stormy shoot with Vincent Lindon

By Lea Mabilon Posted 4 hours ago, Update just now Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon came to present the film With love and determination at the Berlinale 2022. (Germany, February 12, 2022.) Getty Images On the occasion of the release of the film With love and determinationon August 31, the actress opened up about the … Read more

Eight Valuable Tips for Successful Decision-Making

TIPS. We are not all equal when it comes to choice. For some, it works cold and easy. For others, it’s an ordeal that tortures the mind for days. A psychologist gives her advice. Whether it’s choosing a dish to eat, a vacation spot for the next summer or deciding to leave their company after … Read more