Michel Cymes is a French physician, author and television presenter. He is best known for being the co-host of the popular French television show "Le Magazine de la Santé" alongside Marina Carrère d'Encausse.
Cymes was born in Paris, France on May 11, 1959. As a child, he excelled in school and was particularly passionate about science and medicine. After graduating from high school, he attended the University of Paris and graduated as a Doctor of Medicine in 1985.
He began his medical career as an intern at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris. In 1989, he received his specialization in internal medicine and gastroenterology. He then continued his studies in the United States at the University of California, Los Angeles and Stanford University in California.
In 1994, Cymes was offered the position of director of the internal medicine department at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital. At the same time, he began appearing on the popular French television show "Le Magazine de la Santé" as a medical expert. In 2008, he became the co-host of the show, alongside Marina Carrère d'Encausse.
Since 1999, Cymes has written several books about medical topics and healthy living. He has also written a number of articles for magazines and newspapers. In 2012, he released a book titled "Le Petit Guide de la Santé" which was translated into English and has been published in many countries around the world.
Cymes is a passionate advocate for healthy living and has become a popular figure in France and around the world. He is regularly invited to speak at conferences and universities around the world and is involved in many humanitarian projects.
In 2013, Cymes was awarded the National Order of Merit of France for his contributions to medicine and television. He lives in Paris with his wife and two children.