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Press releases - 06.11.2018
Expédition 5300: a scientific expedition to the world’s highest settlement
A group of over fifteen scientists, led by Samuel Vergès, an Inserm researcher from the “Hypoxia and Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiopathologies” group (Inserm/Université Grenoble Alpes), is taking part in a scientific expedition to investigate the effect of low oxygen levels on health....
In the media - 20.09.2018
Une étude publiée en décembre 2014 indique que le chômage est associé à un risque élevé de survenue des accidents cardiovasculaires et à une mortalité accrue.
Sorry, this entry is only available in French.En 2014, une étude menée par Pierre Meneton chercheur Inserm (unité 1142 Laboratoire d’informatique médicale et ingenierie des connaissances pour la e-sante (Limics), Bobigny) intitulée Unemployement associated with high...
In the media - 18.06.2018
Video Game Addiction Recognized by the World Health Organization
A l’occasion de la publication de la nouvelle classification internationale des maladies (CIM-11) ce lundi 18 Juin 2018, l’OMS a officiellement reconnu l’existence d’un “trouble du jeu vidéo”. L’Inserm avait déjà mentionné ce type d’addiction chez les adolescents lors d’une expertise collective...
In the media - 18.05.2018
European Obesity Day
Friday, May 18 is European Obesity Day. A day to raise the awareness of healthcare players, caregivers and patients of this issue which affects more than 650 million people worldwide....
Press releases - 08.02.2018
The Biological Clock Sets a Different Rhythm for Each Organ
A team of Inserm researchers led by Howard Cooper (Inserm Unit 1208 “Stem Cell and Brain Institute”) in collaboration with their colleagues in the U.S. have for the first time established a reference map of gene expression, by organ and time of...
Press releases - 07.12.2017
What if meditation allowed us to age better?
And what if meditation enhanced the aging process? This is suggested by the results of a pilot study, conducted by Inserm researchers based in Caen and Lyon. 73 individuals, with an average age of 65 years, underwent brain imaging tests. Among these individuals, “meditation...
Press releases - 10.10.2017
Biomedical Research Mobilized Around Thomas Pesquet
Space is an extraordinary laboratory for medicine and medical research on Earth. That is why Inserm and the CNES have been working together for more than a year to accelerate research progress to improve the health of all of us. The presence...
In the media - 02.10.2017
2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine
On Monday, October 2, three Americans, Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young, were awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their research on the control of circadian rhythms....
In the media - 18.05.2017
Tuesday May 23: European Obesity Day
Obesity is an excess of body fat that leads to health problems – principally type 2 diabetes and hypertension, and reduces life expectancy.
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines obesity as ”abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health”.
In the media - 10.05.2017
Friday May 12: International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day
Recognized as a rheumatic disease by the WHO in 1992, fibromyalgia is characterized by chronic widespread and persistent pain occurring in multiple areas of the body. This affects functional capacity, which varies over time and from individual to individual....