The first encouraging results of the screening launched in January 2021 among students of lower secondary schools in the Piedmont Region were made public.
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Epidemiology & Prevention launches a new call for papers, inviting researchers working on COVID-19 to submit scientific articles to contribute to the knowledge and control of the disease.
At the start a new information web space to understand the effects of environmental exposure in the first thousand days of life and to underline the importance of growing up in healthy living contexts.
The international consortium ATHLETE, in which NINFEA project participates, has launched the website that presents the lines of research in the field of exposomics.
Improve women's lifestyles to reduce the incidence of tumors and other chronic non-communicable diseases. This is the goal of the SMART project just started in Turin.
Omega-Net is the Cost Action funded by the European Union to create a coordination network for occupational and population cohorts in order to harmonize data and information.
The CPO participates in Science and Technology in childhood Obesity Policy, the largest anti-obesity project ever launched in Europe that brings together 17 newborn cohorts and an international consortium of 31 scientific partners.
The LifeCycle project, which also involves the University of Turin and NINFEA cohort, marks the start of an ambitious initiative: to establish a European network of cohort studies of newborns, translating the results obtained from research in strategic prevention recommendations (...)
A national and European initiative, aimed at studying mesothelioma, through investment in pre-clinical research to identify the causes of the disease and identify new drugs and new therapies, is starting (...)
Barcelona, 18th January 2014.- The European population is increasingly exposed to new physical and chemical agents in the environment, some of which may be damaging to health. Among these, electromagnetic fields (EMF) are one of the most widespread, and their application in new technologies continues to grow, with novel uses being actively developed and commercialised. Although there is some concern among the public and public health professionals alike about possible health effects related to EMF, results of studies to date are inconsistent.