YOUNG50 #Stay Healthy - Cardiovascular Risk Prevention

The promotion of Young50 throughout Europe

 One of the peculiarities of the Young50 project is the adoption of holistic approaches to health education and holistic health may provide better health and may be more successful in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and other chronic diseases[1]. YOUNG50, indeed, aims also at contributing in obtaining Sustainable Development…

Local action plans facilitate the CARDIO50 transfer and implementation

YOUNG50 pilot sites, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Romania, are centred on the implementation process of the Italian best practice of CARDIO 50. Implementation needs to be based on a well laid-out action plan, while it keeps a certain degree of flexibility to quickly react and adapt to unexpected situations.In YOUNG50 project,…

COVID-19 and the YOUNG50 countries

Any infection, including the one caused by COVID-19, puts a strain on the heart. Therefore, “if a patient has a previous illness, such as heart failure, the heart will worsen its functioning,” explained Dr. Juan Cosín, president of the SEC’s Association of Clinical Cardiology. In addition to overloading the heart,…

Against COVID 19.. from the heart

The world of medicine and research is fighting on the frontlines against the emergency COVID 19, trying to protect more vulnerable people, such as whose suffer of cardiovascular diseases, but also analysing and providing evidences about the medical-scientific correlation between COVID 19 and these heart correlated pathologies. The European Society of…

A pocket-sized weapon against cardiovascular diseases

The YOUNG50 project aims to promote the prevention of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) by exporting the Italian CARDIO 50 screening model within the European Union. The project can be divided into three specific objectives:adapt and export CARDIO 50 to the EU countries participating in the project;reduce the risk factors of CVD…

CVD risk prevention and the EIP_AHA: the Lithuanian experience

In the framework of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, as a result of the Extended 3rd call for Reference Sites 2019 launched in October 2019, 26 regional and local organisations have been awarded “Reference Site” status and one of them was Vilnius. Vilnius reference site consists…

Workshops, webinars and next steps of the YOUNG50’ implementation process

Kronikgune, the Institute for Health Service Research from the Basque Country (Spain), specialized in promoting and carrying out research in the management and organization of health and social-care services, is the responsible for developing the implementation strategy and helping project´s pilot site regions (Lithuania, Luxembourg and Romania) to deploy CARDIO50…

The YOUNG50 project promoted by the DG SANTE

The last 7th January, the DG SANTE, the Commission’s Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, which is responsible for EU policy on food safety and health and for monitoring the implementation of related laws, promoted the YOUNG50 project, publishing an article within the Health Policy Platform.The news reports the description…

The YOUNG50’ first newsletter promoted on the EIP-AHA Portal

The European Innovation Partnership in Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) promoted on its portal, the publication of the YOUNG50’ first newsletter.The presence of the YOUNG50 project within the EIP-AHA portal is of considerable importance for the dissemination and visibility of the project itself, as the platform is a communication and…
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