Monthly Archives: October 2015

Friday 30 october 2015

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October 29th 2015: World Stroke Day

A Cerebrovascular Accident results from the interruption of blood flow to the brain. The deprivation of oxygen and essential nutrients causes brain cells to die, leading to permanent damage (speech or writing difficulty, memory problems, bodily paralysis to a greater or lesser extent), or even sudden death.

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Thursday 29 october 2015

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Wednesday 27 october 2015

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Tuesday 27 october 2015

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Obesity: surgery corrects diabetes even before weight loss occurs

Each year, obesity kills 2.8 million people worldwide. When confronting morbid overweight—and its direct consequence, type 2 diabetes—surgery is used as a last resort. Strangely, in patients who have had such an operation, the diabetes disappears before and independently of weight loss. Inserm researchers, with the help of physicians from Bichat Hospital, AP-HP, have shown that the surgically reconfigured intestine might be at the root of this improved glycaemic control. This study is published in Gastroenterology.

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Risque de cancer colorectal : la viande rouge en cause, le poisson protecteur

Alors que les viandes rouges viennent d’être classées “probablement cancérogènes” par le CIRC , des chercheurs de l’Inserm concluaient dès 2005 qu’en changeant de mode de vie, près de
70% des cancers colorectaux pourraient être évités dans les pays occidentaux.

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Monday, 26 october 2015

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Friday 23 October 2015

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Radioactive sources discovered at the University of Bordeaux

Inserm is paying close attention to the level 2 incident, declared on 21 October 2015 by the French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN), which occurred in a joint Inserm/University of Bordeaux laboratory.

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