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Cancer research has taken a huge leap forward with scientists now able to identify more than 80 genetic markers found to increase the risk of breast, ovarian and prostate cancer. The COGS international research initiative is believed to be the largest of its kind.
The campaign this year centres on asking ‘What’s your Motto?’. We all have mottos and inspirational words that get us through the tough times in life. The 2013 campaign will share the mottos of six inspiring young people for identity, relationships and the future, as well as inviting the public and people with MS to share their own mottos on the website.
Brochure providing a comprehensive overview of the most recent actions to have received EU financial support in the field of public health
European Partnership for Action Against Cancer launched the 'I’m a Fan of Life' campaign on Facebook»
The online campaign will consist of 11 fun games on cancer prevention, helping those who play learn how to protect themselves from cancer and live a healthy lifestyle, and provide fantastic prizes as motivation. The Campaign promotes the 11 simple recommendations from the European Code Against Cancer that are aimed at supporting people in adopting a healthier lifestyle and implementing preventive measures for early cancer detection
EU project: "Fighting Obesity through Offer and Demand", final publication of the results of the 28-month FOOD project»
The FOOD project was co-funded by DG SANCO from January 2009 to April 2011 in 6 countries : Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Spain and Sweden. It promotes healthy eating habits towards employees, addressing both the offer -individual restaurants- and the demand -the employees-.
Measurement of and target-setting for well-being: an initiative by the WHO Regional Office for Europe. Second meeting of the expert group, Paris, France, 25–26 June 2012»
Building on a first meeting held earlier in 2012, an expert group reviewed previous work on measuring well-being and on its definitions, concepts and domains; advised WHO on the definition and concept of well-being to be used in the context of Health 2020; and determined the next steps required to develop well-being indicators and targets