Monthly Archives: March 2014

Yes, you can make your children eat vegetables!

Researchers have made a step forward in the understanding of how eating behaviours and preferences form in early life.

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Monday, march 31, 2014

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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 time on our health? Does it upset our biological clock?

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Friday, march 28, 2014

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Breast milk and diet up to 2 years old: a means of preventing the risk of child obesity

From analysis of data from the ELANCE cohort, Marie Françoise Rolland-Cachera, former researcher at Inserm and her co-workers in the Nutritional Epidemiology Research Team (EREN)[1] have shown that breast-feeding has a protective effect on the risk of obesity at 20 years of age.

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Thursday, march 27, 2014

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Ribavirin – an effective and safe treatment for hepatitis E

Vincent Mallet, Stanislas Pol and their team at the Institut Cochin (Paris Descartes University, Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris, CNRS, Inserm) and French hospital-based teams* have proved the efficacy of a treatment for patients suffering from chronic hepatitis E virus infection.

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Wednesday, march 26, 2014

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Tuesday, march 25, 2014

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Monday, march 24, 2014

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