Monthly Archives: October 2018

Wednesday 31 October 2018

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Development of an alternative to bone grafting for edentate patients

Decreased jaw bone volume in edentate patients is the main difficulty which arises when fitting dental implants. Bone grafting is currently the most frequent solution for this problem. However, this method has several disadvantages, such as deterioration of the bone graft over time. Between 2010 and 2015, Pierre Layrolle, Inserm researcher, working with Norwegian and German teams as part of the REBORNE European project, tested an innovative technique for bone augmentation in 11 edentate patients, by combining a biomaterial with stem cells. The results, published in the journal Stem Cell Research & Therapy, demonstrate sufficient growth of viable bone in the treated area to allow implants to be fitted, together with the durable preservation of this bone after fitting dental prostheses.

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Selon L’OMS, la pollution de l’air tue 600.000 enfants par an

Selon l’Agence France Presse : “La pollution de l’air, tant intérieur qu’extérieur, entraîne chaque année la mort de quelque 600.000 enfants de moins de 15 ans en raison d’infections aiguës des voies respiratoires , a alerté lundi l’OMS.”

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Monday 26 October 2018

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Friday 26 October 2018

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Thursday 25 October 2018

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An Unbalanced Maternal Diet Affects the Digestive System of Offspring

Inadequate protein intake in a gestating female is linked to lasting digestive abnormalities in her offspring. When studying the link between perinatal malnutrition and digestive system in rats, a team of researchers from Inserm in conjunction with Inra, Université de Nantes and University Hospital Nantes discovered functional digestive abnormalities in young rats and an inappropriate response to stress. Although conducted in animals, this research once again demonstrates the incidence of perinatal stress on health in adulthood and draws our attention to the impacts of restrictive diet-related or involuntary deficiencies during pregnancy. This research has been published in The FASEB Journal.

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Wednesday 24 October 2018

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Tuesday 23 October 2018

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Fewer cases of cancer in organic food consumers?

A 25% reduction in cancer risk has been observed among “regular” organic food consumers, compared to consumers who eat organic less often. These were the findings of an epidemiological study conducted by a team from Inra, Inserm, University of Paris 13, CNAM, following analysis of a sample of 68,946 participants in the NutriNet‐Santé cohort.

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