Life expectancy in France
this graph shows the variations in life expectancy in France from 1740 to 2012.
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this graph shows the variations in life expectancy in France from 1740 to 2012.
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In an article published in Population (2017-3), Dominique Tabutin and Bruno Masquelier assess mortality trends since 1990.
Le numéro 3 de la revue Population de 2018 présente, dans son avant-propos, une analyse des inégalités de temps de survie chez les soldats "Morts pour la France" durant la Grande Guerre
No study has yet approached the question of how those health burdens are distributed across the different social strata of a single African city.
Silicosis can only progress at fast pace, in relationship with the industrialization of emerging countries.
effectue des recherches autour des inégalités sociales de santé.
Mortality and causes of death in global South countries are not well known because individuals’ vital information is often incomplete.
The number of deaths in 2011 is provisionally estimated at 545,100 for France as a whole: 534,000 deaths in metropolitan France and 11,000 in the country’s overseas départements
Although nearly 2 out of 3 people die in hospital, an analysis of trajectories during the last month of life gives a more nuanced picture.
In 2008 an east-west divide cut through the European life expectancy map, a dividing line that became visible in the mid-1970s
The United States ranks last in life expectancy among high-income countries. In the last nearly twenty years, excess US mortality has been particularly concentrated among people of working age, also the group hardest hit by the increase in drug deaths.
Cancer is in 2015 the only major cause of death for which the decrease was much smaller for females than for males, even though the female standardized cancer mortality rate remains well below that of males.
Exceptionally, ELFE cohort families are being asked to answer a survey questionnaire in the framework of France’s SAPRIS program (Health, Perception, Practices, Social Relations and Inequalities in the general population during the COVID-19 crisis).
In France, suicide is seven times more frequent among prisoners than in the general population. Which inmates are most vulnerable?
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In the past, it was very common for babies to die before their first birthday. Today infant mortality in France is very low. In 2013, fewer than four newborns (3,5) in 1,000 died before the age of one.
The mean length of life has more than tripled in France over the last two and a half centuries, from 25 years in 1740 to more than 80 years today.
This graph shows the excess mortality of males with respect to females in France over the last 200 years. Excess male mortality is measured as the male/female ratio of the probability of dying at a given age, for different groups of years from the early 19th century to the early 21st century: 1820-1824, 1900-1904, 1950-1954, 1990-1994 and 2000-2004.
Gilles Pison est chercheur à l’Ined et coordonne le programme MADAS (Évaluation des données recueillies par les enquêtes et les recensements pour estimer la mortalité des adultes en Afrique sub-saharienne).
In this article, Matthew Wallace analyses adult mortality (from age 20) in England and Wales and probes possible explanations why mortality is lower among immigrants.
The conference was held at INED in December 2018 for the fifth year running; the topic was bioethics in France. Challenges and concerns.
The project about “Mortality among immigrants in France” was developed as part of a partnership between INED and the Population Study Center of the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). It is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the period 2015-2019.
The first study on mortality among second-generation immigrants in France reveals a large amount of excess mortality among North African-origin males
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Female genital mutilation is practiced on girls in many countries. Some migrant women or daughters of migrants living in France are having to endure the consequences of this practice. Photo : © IRD - Favier, Marie-Noëlle
According to UNAIDS estimates for the year 2012, 35.3 million persons are infected with the HIV virus worldwide and there were 2.3 million new infections and 1.6 million deaths that year.
In their article “Risk of Major Depressive Episodes After Separation: The Gender-Specific Contribution of the Income and Support Lost Through Union Dissolution,” Anne-Lise Biotteau, Carole Bonnet and Emmanuelle Cambois analyze the social and economic determinants of mental health deterioration after separation.
speaks about the research project on the orphans in France
Every year approximately 200,000 abortions are done in France. Nearly 40 years after the practice was legalized in that country, the number of abortions is stable: fewer women are having abortions but repeat abortions (the same woman having more than one abortion) are increasing.
Post-doctorant au Centre Alexandre-Koyré, DIM ONE HEALTH, auteur d’un article sur la pandémie de grippe russe de 1889-1890, a répondu à nos questions.
The department of Seine-Saint-Denis saw particularly high rates of excess mortality due or related to COVID-19 compared to the rest of metropolitan France.
Overview and Current Knowledge
The third-quarter of the journal "Population" for 2016 includes an article on recent demographic developments in France (2014).
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On 1 January 2017, the population of France was just below 67 million.
Demographic events are spread unevenly through the year.
Smoking is a major public health problem; it is also one of the clearest markers of social inequality in health and mortality in developed countries.
The demographic situation in France’s overseas departments (DOMs): differences with metropolitan France
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The 2011 rise in France’s population (+ 332,000 inhabitants) was very close to the one for 2010 and is still primarily due to natural increase.
According to INSEE, the French statistical office, the population of France on 1 January 2014 stood at 66.0 million, of which 63.9 million live in metropolitan France and 2.1 million in the overseas départements.
Mortality fell considerably in the 20th century in western countries, but the decrease was neither regular nor continuous.
The authors of “Excess mortality and hospitalizations in transitional-age youths with a long-term disease (LTD): A national population-based cohort study”, sought to estimate the prevalence in France of 14-21- year-olds (the age bracket corresponding to the transition from adolescence to adulthood) who have severe chronic diseases and to assess their mortality and hospitalization risks relative to the same age bracket in the population at large.
In 2011, 80% of persons aged 60 or older and at least partially dependent receive informal support from a family member.
present the Health segment of the ELFE cohort study (Etude Longitudinale Française depuis l’Enfance)
tells us about the Fin de Vie en France [End-of-life in France] survey
The conference was held at INED in January 2020 for the sixth year running; the topic was inequalities in France.
present the Longévité et Vieillissements [Longevity and ageing] research cluster
Though rare fifty years ago, 100th birthdays are now common. Perspectives concerning human longevity
tells us about intergenerational family co-residency
explains what is at issue in the ELFE study (Etude Longitudinale Française depuis l’Enfance)
answers our questions about the organization and results of the Elfe study