European Project: Fighting Obesity to Stay Healthy Throughout Life

A new European project is embarking upon an ambitious research programme aimed at preventing childhood obesity to ‘cut the roots’ of the current pandemic. The OBELISK project has developed an approach built on four principles, hence reference to the four-sided structure we are all familiar with: Prediction, Prevention, Precision, and Participation. Discover more →

Twenty European health, medical, consumer, child and family organizations called for the European institutions to adopt legislation that would protect children from “the widespread, ubiquitous and insidious marketing of nutritionally poor food.” Discover more →

After three years of action targeting French doctors, this event aimed to present the results collected and to think together about ways to extend abroad this initiative. Representatives from the health, food and higher education sectors, scientists, decision-makers and civil society were invited to participate. A 100% digital event, with online conferences over two half-days. Discover more →