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Press releases - 24.07.2019
Partially hydrolysed (hypoallergenic) baby formulas do not reduce allergy risks in infants
Hypoallergenic formulas are recommended for infants who are not exclusively breastfed and who are at risk of developing allergies. While it is assumed that such formulas reduce the development of allergies later in life, it is unclear whether this claim is true....
In the media - 07.05.2019
Tuesday, 9 May : World Asthma Day
2019 marque les 20 ans de l’édition française de la Journée Mondiale de l’Asthme...
Press releases - 14.02.2019
Physical activity, prevention and treatment of chronic diseases – A collective expert review by Inserm
Inserm was tasked by the French Ministry of Sports with producing a collective expert review in order to take stock of scientific knowledge and to analyze, within the scope of chronic diseases, the impact of physical activity and its place in the...
In the media - 27.04.2018
World Asthma Day
Tuesday May 1 is World Asthma Day – a day to educate and raise public awareness to improve the diagnosis and treatment of asthma....
Press releases - 20.03.2018
How allergens trigger asthma attacks
A veritable sensor: a team of Inserm and CNRS researchers at the Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology (IPBS, CNRS/Paul Sabatier University – Toulouse III) has identified a protein that is able to detect various allergens in the respiratory tract, which are...
Press releases - 22.12.2017
An international study identifies new loci associated with asthma wich are enriched in epigenetic marks
An international study led by scientists from Inserm and Paris Diderot University (France), the University of Chicago (USA), the National Heart and Lung Institute (UK) and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (USA) together with researchers of the Trans-National Asthma Genetics...
Press releases - 20.12.2017
A new therapeutic target in allergic asthma
Vincent Sauzeau, Inserm researcher and his team located at the Nantes Thorax Institute (Inserm, CNRS, University of Nantes, Nantes University Hospital) have recently discovered the major role played by the Rac1 protein in the development of bronchial hyperresponsiveness associated with allergic asthma....
In the media - 11.12.2017
10 Principles for Fighting Climate Change
Since the COP 22, health has been a central topic of discussion. It is within this context, and on the day before the One planet Summit to be held tomorrow in Paris, that 10 principles for protecting respiratory health from climate change...
Press releases - 22.05.2017
Men/Women: not all equal in the face of allergic asthma
Researchers led by Jean-Charles Guéry of the Centre for Pathophysiology Toulouse Purpan (Inserm/Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier/ CNRS) are providing new insights into the possible link between male hormones and differences in gender in susceptibility to allergic asthma. This study demonstrates...
In the media - 25.04.2017
Tuesday, 2 May: World Asthma Day
On the initiative of WHO, World Vaccination Week is the opportunity to raise public awareness of the vital importance of vaccination throughout life.
The number of children in the world who are not vaccinated or are inadequately vaccinated is 19.4 million, according to...