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№ 470

September  2010

A spectacular decline in infuenza mortality: the role of vaccination

France Meslé

Every autumn sees the start of the annual flu vaccination campaign, with particular focus on older adults, high-risk individuals or those in regular contact with persons at risk. But do we know how many people die of infuenza each year? And does vaccination save lives? France Meslé looks into these questions, examining infuenza mortality trends in France and in industrialized countries over recent decades.


№ 471

October 2010

Human fecundity: situation and outlook

Henri Leridon

Fecundity may have decreased slightly in some industrial countries over recent decades, and concerns have been expressed about potential population decline. Henri Leridon shows that this fear is largely unfounded, and takes a closer look at the question of human fecundity.


№ 472

November 2010

The number and proportion of immigrants in the population: international comparisons

Gilles Pison

The proportion of immigrants varies considerably from one country to another. In some countries it exceeds half the population while in others it is below 0.1%. Where are immigrants most numerous? Where do they come from? More generally, how are they distributed across the world?


№ 473

December 2010

Will life expectancy increase indefnitely by three months every year?

Jacques Vallin and France Meslé

Life expectancy is still increasing in industrialized countries and has extended well beyond the biological limits announced just a few decades ago. Examining the record levels actually observed over time, Jacques Vallin and France Meslé present an overview of the successive stages of progress in human health and the factors behind this progress, and discuss the prospects for an ever longer length of life.


№ 474

January 2011

Is there a childbearing season?

Arnaud Régnier-Loilier  and Jean-Marc Rohrbasser

Births are not evenly distributed over the seasons, and tend to be more numerous at certain times of year. These variations have always existed, but their pattern has changed over time. Arnaud Régnier-Loilier and Jean-Marc Rohrbasser explain the seasonality of births in France and the reasons behind the changes observed over the last four centuries.


№ 475

February  2011

Tracking the lives of 20,000 children Launch of the Elfe child cohort study

Marie-Aline Charles , Henri Leridon, Patricia Dargent, Bertrand Geay and the Elfe team

Twenty thousand children born in France in 2011 will be followed from birth to adulthood to understand how the environment, their family life and their living conditions affect their health and development. The lead scientists of this study co-ordinated by INED and INSERM – the frst of its kind ever conducted in France – explain the reasons behind its launch, the method used to recruit and follow the cohort of children, and the results they expect to achieve.


№ 476

March 2011

Two children per woman in France in 2010: Is French fertility immune to economic crisis?

Gilles Pison

Contrary to expectation, the number of births continued to increase in France in 2010, despite the economic crisis. Instead of lowering fertility, has increased unemployment actually produced the opposite effect? Are jobless women taking advantage of their situation to have a child? To shed light on the question, Gilles Pison analyses the relationship between economic climate and fertility in France and in other developed countries, notably during periods of recession.


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