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New policy tools challenge Europe to act against youth obesity
Our new policy indexes show the status of nutrition & physical activity policy in Europe and enable young people to advocate for better policies to tackle obesity.
Parents born after assisted reproductive technologies have no increased risk of complications when they themselves become pregnant
The first girls born after assisted reproductive technologies in Norway have now conceived, and the first boys have become fathers. A new study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health is the fir...
Annual Report 2022 published
The Annual Report describes the research in the Centre for Fertility and Health and sums up 2022.
CO-CREATE project publishes novel methods for youth engagement and benchmarking of national obesity prevention policies
EU Research project pioneers new methods for youth engagement in policy research and development, aiming to give young people a voice in decisions that affect their health.
First ULTRHAS test campaign in Rostock
In order to better assess the risks of air pollutants in the future, an international measurement campaign took place at the University of Rostock in November and December 2022.
Learning from the Arts’: Youth Taskforce reports on WHO Europe’s expert meeting on NCD prevention
One of CO-CREATE’s Youth Taskforce members, Mafalda Gonçalves, has composed the below report on the WHO Europe-led event “Expert meeting on NCD prevention and control: learning from the arts”.
The top management group includes the Director General, two Deputy Director-Generals, Executive Directors, Preparedness Leader, the Director of Institute Resources, the Chief of Staff and the Communic...