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A detailed look at the careers of the top tennis players

May 17 2011

Does starting a sport early automatically result in better performance? Researchers at Inserm and IRMES (France's Institute for biomedical and epidemiological studies of sport) analysed the careers of all tennis players featured in lists of top 10...
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Epipage 2 launch: Enhancing our knowledge and the care of very premature children

March 29 2011

On 28 March 2011 (1), researchers at Inserm Joint Research Unit 953/ UPMC- Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Epidemiological research unit on perinatal health and women's and children's health), in collaboration with Inserm Unit 1027 (Epidemiology...
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Unhealthy behaviours and socioeconomic status: variations between countries

February 23 2011

The differences in health observed between different socioeconomic groups are one of the most constant results of epidemiological research. The team led by Archana Singh-Manoux at Inserm Unit 1018 has set up a collaboration between the French GAZE...
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Migraines and headaches present no risk to cognitive function

January 19 2011

Significant and repetitive headaches are associated with a greater prevalence of small lesions in the brain, which are detectable by MRI imaging. However, they do not increase the risk of cognitive decline. This is true of both conventional headac...
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First data published on neonaticides in France: An underestimation of the number of cases.The profile of the mothers deciphered

December 08 2010

Today, Anne Tursz and Jon M. Cook from Inserm Unit 988, "CERMES 3", have released the first data on neonaticides, deaths occurring on the day of birth. Although such deaths have always existed, the researchers have shown that they are un...
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