Nous sommes Charlie

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Face à la tragédie, des voix s'élèvent contre la barbarie qui a voulu mettre à genoux la liberté d'expression. C’est de la volonté de les rassembler en un recueil, que naît, dès le lendemain de l’attaque de Charlie Hebdo, l’idée de cet ouvrage, mêlant textes classiques et textes de 60 écrivains contemporains. La richesse des contributions gracieuses ici réunies témoigne du remarquable élan suscité par ce projet, dont l’intégralité des bénéfices sera reversée à Charlie Hebdo.

Jacques ATTALI - Gwenaëlle AUBRY – BEAUMARCHAIS - Frédéric BEIGBEDER - Laurent BINET -Julien BLANC-GRAS - Évelyne BLOCH DANO - Vincent BROCVIELLE - Noëlle CHATELET - Maxime CHATTAM - Philippe CLAUDEL - André COMTE-SPONVILLE - Gérard de CORTANZE - Delphine COULIN - Charles DANTZIG - Frédérique DEGHELT - Nicolas DELESALLE – DIDEROT - Catherine DUFOUR - Clara DUPONT-MONOD - Jean-Paul ENTHOVEN - Nicolas d'ESTIENNE D'ORVES - Dominique FERNANDEZ - Caroline FOUREST - Jean-Louis FOURNIER - Philippe GRIMBERT - Olivier GUEZ - René GUITTON - Claude HALMOS - Victor HUGO - Fabrice HUMBERT - Guillaume JAN - Jean-Paul JOUARY - Marc LAMBRON - Frédéric LENOIR - Bernard-Henri LÉVY - François-Guillaume LORRAIN - Ian MANOOK - Fabrice MIDAL - Gérard MORDILLAT - Anne NIVAT - Christel NOIR - Véronique OLMI - Christophe ONO-DIT-BIOT - Katherine PANCOL - Bernard PIVOT - Patrick POIVRE D'ARVOR - Romain PUÉRTOLAS - Serge RAFFY - François REYNAERT - Tatiana de ROSNAY - Élisabeth ROUDINESCO - Eric-Emmanuel SCHMITT - Colombe SCHNECK - Antoine SFEIR - Isabelle STIBBE - Émilie de TURCKHEIM - Michaël URAS - Didier VAN CAUWELAERT – VOLTAIRE.

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Everyone has an upset stomach from time to time.
You probably know the sort of thing I mean – sometimes you’ve got gas and at other times you feel queasy or nauseous. There may be times when you can’t seem to go to the toilet for days, constipated as can be, but there are other days when diarrhea strikes and you can’t stop going!
Although we all know that there are some foods or drinks that might prompt our digestive system to react in a certain way – a big meal of very spicy food sends many people scurrying to the bathroom for example – the only really predictable thing about our digestive system is its unpredictability.
However, because for most of us our digestive system acts the way we expect it to most of the time, we don’t really give a great deal of thought to what our colon and gastrointestinal system is doing unless it is ‘misbehaving’.
This is not the case for everyone however. A surprisingly high number – some reports suggest that it could be as many as one in five US citizens – suffers from a chronic condition called Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and for these people, what their digestive system is doing can often dictate what they do too.
As with the majority of non-life threatening medical conditions, there are essentially two ways that you can deal with IBS.
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If certain experts are to be believed, we are currently facing a crisis the likes of which we have never seen before; we are being faced with a global obesity epidemic.
Since 1980, the number of people suffering from obesity has literally more than doubled, with there being 1.4 billion overweight adults, and 500 million who can be considered as obese.
As far as children go, the numbers just keep on climbing, with certain countries seeing more than a quarter of their kids suffering from obesity. Long story short, if things keep on going the way they do, then in a few decades most of the world's population will be obese, if of course we even manage to survive that long. In order to fight this great plague it is important what it stems from... just like with any huge problem, there are numerous causes in play here.
For starters, we are leading increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Long gone are the days when we ploughed fields twelve hours a day or dug up coal in mines... long gone are the days when most people had to dedicate their working time to physical labor. These days, most people work sitting, or perhaps standing still, and needless to say, there isn't much effort involved in that, at least in a physical sense. The problem however is that even though we reduced our level of activity we kept on increasing how much we ate. As a result, our bodies simply aren't subjected to enough exercise to burn all the excess calories we gain, which leads to a noticeable weight gain. However, a lack of exercising coupled with overeating is not the only source of this problem.
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