Big data against childhood Obesity

Children and adolescents with obesity have a higher risk of developing various diseases later on, compared to children without obesity. The reasons why some children become obese are complex, and behaviour, the living environment, and public health policies all play a role. BigO collects and analyses anonymous data on children's behavioural patterns and their living environment. With advanced analytics BigO extracts data-driven evidence on which local factors are involved, and how these factors influence childhood obesity in Europe.

With this information BigO will be able to advice clinics and public health authorities on how to develop and plan effective programs and policies in an attempt to reduce childhood obesity.

Latest News

Sixty students from the Palio Psychico High School visiting EA for the the BigO project

19 February 2020

On October 3rd, 2019, Ellinogermaniki Agogi (EA) hosted around 60 first year students from the Palio Psychico High School at EA premises along with a group of accompanying teachers. During the 3.5 hours visit EA had the opportunity to present a group of innovative educational activities to the students. In addition, they discussed the participation…

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Your frequently asked questions are answered!

12 February 2020

Do you have questions about the BigO project? Check out the frequently asked questions! We put all of the questions you might have about the BigO project in a nice overview. These FAQs can be found here. Do you still have some unanswered questions? Contact us here on our contact page!

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BigO presented at the Congress on Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Diagnosis and Therapy

11 February 2020

Professor Evangelia Charmandari of the Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens was an invited speaker at the 3rd International Congress on Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Diagnosis and Therapy on the 10th of January. The conference was organized by the Hellenic Society of Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Diagnosis and Therapy (EEPHARM). Prof. Evangelia Charmandari presented on ‘Novel e-health applications…

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