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The kick-off meeting of the EASY-NET network program, funded by the Ministry of Health and co-financed by the Regions of Piedmont, Lombardy, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Lazio, Calabria, Sicily, will be held on May 27 in Rome.

The NINFEA project, one of the largest birth cohorts in Europe and the and the largest cohort in Italy, is growing: soon the first mothers enrolled will be invited to involve their children in the online compilation of the questionnaires.

The activation and evaluation of ERAS protocols in Piedmont begins in gynecological and colorectal surgery. The initiative, which is part of the wider scope of the EASY-NET project, aims to improve postoperative recovery parameters.

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 (...)

The Andromeda study has started in Piedmont: through the personal stories of the women it will be possible to better define the risk levels and plan routes prevention for breast cancer better suited to the profile of participants in the screening Prevenzione Serena (...)

The document "Immigrants and document screening in Italy", which aims to investigate the causes of variability intra and inter-regional participation in the screening programs and to develop organizational and communication patterns to improve equity in access to particular services subgroups of population, is available online (...)

More than ten years after its launch, the NINFEA project enters into an innovative step that will enable the participants and interested citizens to freely consult part of the data collected over time by filling in the questionnaires (...)

The multicenter study "Active surveillance or radical treatment at diagnosis for prostate tumors at low risk (START)", sponsored by the Cancer Network of Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta in collaboration with the CPO Piemonte, has started patient enrollment (...)

The new NINFEA project website is online. The redesign, structural, graphic and textual, has became necessary after more than ten years after the start of recruitment and coincides with the launch of the questionnaire of the 10 years of the child (...)

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.