Monthly Archives: June 2015

Tuesday 30 June 2015

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Heatwave 2015: Be careful of the abnormally high death rate

These remarkably high temperatures (around 40 °C) can have particularly harmful consequences on the health.

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Monday 29 June 2015

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Friday 26 June 2015

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Unable to cope with uncertainty: the gateway to psychosis?

Our world turns out to be more or less predictable, and our brain has to adapt to this uncertainty to make the best possible choices in any situation. This is the subject that attracted Fabien Vinckier and Raphaël Gaillard, researchers at St Anne’s Hospital, Inserm and Paris Descartes University, in collaboration with Mathias Pessiglione, an Inserm researcher at the Brain and Spinal Cord Institute at Pitié–Salpêtrière Hospital, AP-HP, and Paul Fletcher, from the University of Cambridge in Great Britain

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Thursday 25 June 2015

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Wednesday 24 June 2015

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Tuesday 23 June 2015

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Monday 22 June 2015

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Cases of tuberculosis in Limoges, what does this mean for vaccination?

Against this background, Inserm researchers Annick Guimezanes and Marion Mathieu have replied as objectively as possible to the questions everyone wonders about in the 3rd popular science book in the Choc Santé collection: “Vaccination: Agression or Protection?”

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