Classement Castor 2016

23 11 2016


Résultats 3e

Cl. Prénom Score Classe
1 Lucas V. 400 303
2 Ferréol D. 375 301
3 Clément R. 370 302
4 Nathan R. 350 305
5 Fabien B. 330 302
Clarisse V. 330 302
Léo N. 330 303
8 Quentin M. 327 302
9 Dorian S. 320 303
Paul B. 320 301

Résultats 4e

Cl. Prénom Score Classe
1 Ambroise D. 410 401
2 Lucie T. 330 403
3 Inès L. 320 401
4 Gabrielle M.. 304 402
5 Tom H. 300 404
6 Agathe P. 290 401
Théo B. 290 403
Lélio M. 290 405
9 Thais B. 284 403
10 Antoine R. 280 402
Mathias M.. 280 402

Résultats 5e

Cl. Prénom Score Classe
1 Pablo O. 350 506
Mathis T. 350 502
3 Quentin F. 330 505
4 Alexandre A. 325 505
5 Florian S. 305 501
6 Lucie M. 300 501
Paul P. 300 502
8 Lucie J. 290 501
Louis C. 290 504
Lola B. 290 505

Résultats 6e

Cl. Prénom Score Classe
1 Sarah K. 320 601
2 Wijdane T. 300 604
3 Clara B. 290 602
Hugo S. 290 605
5 Marie R. 280 605
Camille B. 280 604
Jérôme S. 280 601
8 Laura V. 260 603
Jade L. 260 602
Célio N. 260 601
Juliette H. 260 601
Mélanie M. 260 606
Alexandre M. 260 603



6 11 2016

Marijuana Health Benefits Infographic

Marijuana Health Benefits

Relieve Pain: A recent report1 by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine found there is definitive evidence that cannabis can be effective at relieving chronic pain; this is also the most common reason people request medical marijuana.
Increase Lung Functioning: Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, one study found that not only does marijuana not harm the lungs, but it may also even increase lung capacity.2 The study followed over 5,000 young adults for 20 years and found that while tobacco users lost lung function, marijuana smokers actually increased theirs.
Preserve Healthy Eyes: According to the National Eye Institute, studies show that when smoked, marijuana lowers intraocular pressure for a few hours in people with normal pressure and those with glaucoma, thereby serving as an effective short-term treatment for the eye disease. Read more about this storage for marijuana.

Can Help Fight Cancer: In 2007, researchers at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco reported that a chemical found in marijuana known as CBD may help stop cancer from spreading.4 In addition, one 2014 study found that marijuana can slow the growth of the kind of brain tumor associated with 80% of malignant brain cancers.5
Slow Alzheimer’s Disease: Kim Janda of the Scripps Research Institute performed a study in 2006 revealing that Marijuana may be able to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Specifically, the study found that the active chemical in marijuana, THC, slows the formation of plaques associated with Alzheimer’s that kill brain cells.6
Good For The Gut: Researchers from the University of Nottingham found that marijuana interacts with cells in the body that play a vital role in gut function; their studies suggest that patients with diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis can benefit from marijuana use because it blocks compounds that increase intestinal permeability. As these compounds are blocked, bacteria are not able to enter the intestines as easily, decreasing symptoms in patients.7
Good For Sleep & Reduced Pain: Research out of Israel, a country whose government largely supports cannabis use, shows that smoking marijuana significantly reduces tremors and pain, and improves sleep for sufferers of Parkinson’s disease. The improvement in fine motor skills among patients has been especially impressive.8
Helps Protect The Brain: Marijuana seems to have powerful neuroprotective properties, based on clinical and laboratory data.9 It may even not only protect the brain from trauma and concussions but can also protect the brain after a stroke by reducing the size of the area affected by the stroke.10
Reduces Nausea: Cannabis has been shown to reduce some of the nausea and pain from chemotherapy, and also stimulates appetites in patients.11 Cancer patients going through chemo often suffer from vomiting, loss of appetite, and painful nausea. Marijuana can help reduce these effects. There are actually several FDA-approved medications that use THC for the same purpose.12
Alleviates Inflammation: SymptomsMarijuana alleviates pain, promotes sleep, and reduces inflammation for those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers at several hospitals gave patients a cannabinoid-based medicine and after two weeks, patients showed a significant improvement in sleep quality and pain reduction compared to those who used a placebo.13











Les vainqueurs de Castor récompensés

11 03 2016
Le Concours Castor est un concours qui vise à faire découvrir aux jeunes l’informatique et les sciences du numérique. Il a été créé en Lituanie en 2004. Il est maintenant organisé dans 36 pays dont la France depuis 2011. Le collège Joseph-Anglade participe à ce concours depuis 2013. Un million d’élèves participent dans le monde dont 350 000 en France. L’édition française est organisée par France-ioi, l’Inria et l’ENS Cachan.
Mathis T. (602)a terminé 1er du collège avec 382 points. Il est 333e sur 32 939 au niveau national. Ambroise D. (502) a terminé 1er avec 425 points. Il est 113e sur 27 773. Loïc C. (402) a terminé 1er avec 420 points. Il est 340e sur 23 007. Luc F. (302) a terminé 1er avec le score maximal de 480 points. Il est donc également 1er au niveau national sur 20 547 !
A l’issue d’une petite cérémonie, Mme la principale a remis deux places de cinéma pour les 4 élèves et un stylo pour Luc.

tips for ageing better

13 11 2015

1. Watch what you eat and drink

It sounds obvious, but having a balanced diet is crucial for good health, energy and preventing illness. An ideal diet should be low in saturated fat, with lots of fruit and vegetables, wholegrains, oily fish, and small amounts of low-fat dairy and lean meat. Check these volume pills.

Don’t forget to top-up with lots of water to avoid dehydration, which can make you feel tired and confused. Tea, coffee and fruit juice will also help you to stay hydrated, but avoid sugary fizzy drinks.

If you drink alcohol, keep at least two days per week booze-free to give your liver time to recover from the toxic effects of alcohol, and don’t exceed recommended daily limits for alcohol consumption.

See our healthy eating guide for lots more information

2. Look after your teeth

Brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily. Floss helps to prevent gum disease by removing pieces of food and plaque from between the teeth.

If it’s left to build up you might notice sore or bleeding gums, and gum disease can also be linked to diabetes, strokes, heart disease and rheumatoid arthritis.

Have regular check-ups and, if you wear dentures or have a bridge, ask your dentist to check that they fit properly.

Find out more about dental care

3. Stay active

Daily exercise helps you to stay strong and healthy. This will lower your risk of obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and even cancer. If that wasn’t enough, staying active can boost your self-esteem, improve your sleep, and give you more energy.

Government guidelines recommend that older adults do 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity per week, as well as strengthening exercises twice a week. These are the best otc weight loss pills.

If that sounds like a lot, start small and as you get stronger you will be able to work up to those amounts.

4. Make the most of your doctor

It’s a good idea to get some routine tests done at the doctors to check your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. High readings increase your risk factor for stroke and heart disease but any problems are completely reversible with medication.

Whilst you’re there, why not ask your doctor about the seasonal flu jab? It’s free once you reach 65, or if you have a health condition that puts you at risk of more serious problems if you caught the flu.

See our list of 9 health tests that could save your life

5. Get a vitamin boost

Lots of people have a vitamin D deficiency and don’t know it. In fact, it’s estimated that it affects half of the adult population. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to cognitive impairment, bone problems and also cardiovascular disease.

Try to get outside in the sunshine for at least 15-20 minutes a day for a vitamin D boost. It can also be found in food such as eggs and oily fish. Alternatively, talk to your doctor about a vitamin D supplement.

6. Take care of your feet

Look after your feet by applying moisturiser to prevent dry skin and cutting your toenails straight across. Make sure you have footwear that fits properly and supports your feet.

If they’re sore you may be tempted to stay in slippers, but a pair of trainers could be a good option as they are more supportive.

Contact your doctor if your feet become painful, feel very hot or cold or if you have common problems like corns, bunions or ingrown toenails.

Résultats Castor 6ème

24 11 2014


Les résultats du concours informatique sont accessibles sur le site du concours.

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Ambroise D. 601 127
2 Youri G. 601 119
3 Nathan N. 606 117
Axelle B. 609 117
5 Gabrielle M. 606 111
6 Thibaut M. 610 110
Fabien B. 610 110
8 Mathis F. 604 106
Tenuun B. 604 106
10 Angélina B. 609 103

Résultats Castor 5ème

23 11 2014


Les résultats du concours informatique sont accessibles sur le site du concours.

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Loïc C. 501 171
2 Lucas V. 501 154
Théo M. 501 154
4 Joshua V. 507 144
Gaëtan A. 507 144
6 Jacques W. 507 119
Clément R. 507 119
8 Clara G. 508 118
9 Fabien B. 507 116
Quentin M. 507 116


Résultats Castor 4ème

23 11 2014


Les résultats du concours informatique sont accessibles sur le site du concours.

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Luc F. 403 181
2 Clara M. 406 170
3 Sacha G. 401 154
4 Noémie V. 401 150
5 Lauriane A. 408 144
6 Corentin B. 401 140
Florian B. 403 140
8 Clara F. 406 139
9 Jules B. 405 136
10 Laure S. 401 133


Résultats Castor 3ème

23 11 2014


Les résultats du concours informatique sont accessibles sur le site du concours.

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Aurélian T. 301 175
Marion K. 306 175
3 Clémence B. 308 172
4 Garance S. 308 168
5 Camille F. 306 151
6 Lucas F. 308 150
7 Matisse V. 305 149
Capucine D. 308 149
Julie R. 308 149
10 Clara O. 308 148


Résultats Castor 6ème

15 12 2013


Les résultats du concours informatique sont accessibles sur le site du concours.

Classement 6ème

# Prénom Classe Score IP
01 Loïc C. 606 169 97
02 Gaëtan A. 606 164 96
03 Rafael L. 608 133 84
04 Lilian V. 606 132 83
05 Ludovic T. 608 126 80
06 Agathe F. 606 117 73
07 Manon C. 606 113 70
08 Matthieu C. 610 113 70
09 Kévin C. 610 112 69
10 Kévin V. 608 111 69

Résultats Castor 5ème

15 12 2013


Les résultats du concours informatique sont accessibles sur le site du concours.

Classement 5ème

# Prénom Classe Score IP
01 Luc F. 505 169 97
02 Théo G. 505 169 97
03 Chloé A. 503 168 97
04 Fabien G. 506 166 97
05 Manon G. 507 153 93
06 Sacha G. 501 145 90
07 Léa C. 507 140 88
08 Elisa B. 507 137 86
09 Clara F. 507 135 85
10 Emilion L. 505 131 82