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Press releases - 21.10.2014
The children from the Elfe cohort turn three and a half : first results from the first interviews
The Elfe1 children are now three and a half years old , and a new survey was launched on 21 October to gather more detailed information about early childhood. This survey was conducted for the first time by telephone and through home...
Press releases - 13.10.2014
Repeated episodes of depression: what are the effects on the brain?
Depression is not an ordinary case of the blues—it causes lasting changes to the intellectual functions unless it is managed. According to the results of a study carried out by Philip Gorwood (Inserm Unit 894, “Psychiatry and Neurosciences Center”, Mental and Brain...
Press releases - 10.09.2014
Benzodiazepines and Alzheimer’s disease: the risk increases with duration of exposure
Researchers at Inserm Unit 657, “Pharmacoepidemiology and evaluation of the impact of health products on the population,” report new results on the link between benzodiazepines and dementia....
Press releases - 30.07.2014
Dimly lit working environments : correcting your body clock is possible!
Researchers at Inserm, led by Claude Gronfier (Inserm Unit 846: Stem Cell and Brain Institute), have, for the first time, conducted a study under real conditions on the body clocks of members of the international polar research station Concordia. The researchers have...
News in brief - 04.07.2014
L-Dopa treatment alleviates sleep disturbances associated with Parkinson’s disease
INSERM researchers working under the guidance of Chantal François (INSERM Unit 1127 /Institut du cerveau et de la moelle épinière/Université Pierre et Marie-Curie/AP-HP) have now been able to record and measure over extended periods of time, using a miniature device, the quality...
In the media - 28.03.2014
Putting the clocks forward : what are the impacts on health?
During this last weekend in March, we will be switching to summer time. On the night between Saturday and Sunday, we must put our watches and clocks forward by one hour. What do we currently know about the impact of changing the...
Press releases - 12.02.2014
Why does the brain remember dreams?
Some people remember their dreams every morning, whereas others rarely remember them. A team led by Perrine Ruby, an Inserm Researcher has studied the brain activity of these types of dreamers in order to understand the differences between them....
Press releases - 06.02.2014
Addictive behaviours in adolescents
In France, the levels of use of some psychoactive substances, especially alcohol, tobacco and cannabis, remain high among adolescents, despite progress in regulatory efforts to limit access to these products by minors, and regular prevention campaigns....