What are the risks of post-traumatic stress disorder after an accident?
17.07.2014 - Press release
The team of Emmanuel Lagarde, research director at Inserm's Research Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Inserm/University of Bordeaux) has studied the subsequent development of 1,300 people who were admitted to A&R between 2007 and 2009 for trauma. ...
100,000 women with breast implants monitored for 10 years
11.07.2014 - Press release
At the request of the Agence Nationale de Sécurité du Médicament et des produits de santé (ANSM) [French National Agency of Medicine and Health Products Safety], a group of researchers managed by Florent de Vathaire in Inserm Unit 1018 Centre for epidemiology ...
Cancer: life two years after diagnosis
10.06.2014 - Press release
(Français) L’Institut national du cancer (INCa) et l’Inserm présentent, lors d’un colloque de restitution le 10 juin, les résultats d’une enquête de grande envergure interrogeant 4349 personnes atteintes d’un cancer deux ans après le diagnostic. Appelée VICAN2 pour « Vie après le ...
Social inequalities in health linked to diet and physical activity
14.05.2014 - Press release
The experts' analysis of data from recent international scientific literature was used to evaluate nutritional disparities based on individuals' socio-economic standing. The social, cultural, economic and environmental factors involved in creating social inequalities in nutrition were analysed. ...
The pill crisis in France: towards a new contraceptive model?
13.05.2014 - Press release
By analysing the Fecond survey, conducted by Inserm and the French National Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) several months later, Nathalie Bajos, Mylène Rouzaud-Cornabas, Henri Panjo, Aline Bohet and Caroline Moreau examined the recent trends in contraceptive practices, and the contribution of ...
Retired people continue to have cognitive impairment long after high occupational exposure to solvents
12.05.2014 - Press release
French researchers from Inserm Unit 1061, “Neuropsychiatry: Epidemiological and Clinical Research,” and their American colleagues at Harvard have just shown that retired people continued to be affected by their work with solvents in cases of high exposure. ...