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81. History 
Date: 10-07-18
History BIPS is one of the oldest epidemiological institutes in Germany. It was founded in 1981 under the name of "Bremen Institute for Prevention Research and Social Medicine" as a… 
82. How to interest men for healthy food and weight control 
Date: 28-05-14
Lecture by Professor Kate Hunt on Scottish Health Study 
83. I.Family 
Date: 31-07-17
I.Family Official project website: www.ifamilystudy.eu Contact: i.family@leibniz-bips.de Funding: European Commission, 7th Framework Programme, Grant No. 266044 Run time: March 2012 to February… 
84. I.Family project showcased at EXPO Milano 
Date: 18-05-15
The I.Family Study has been invited to take part in the world’s biggest science exhibition in Italy – EXPO Milano 2015. 
85. I.Family runs: BIPS-Staff to take part in the Burginsel run in Delmenhorst 
Date: 10-06-13
The Burginsel run in Delmenhorst will this year take place for the 10th time and I.Family, the follow-up project to the longstanding IDEFICS study, will be there. On the 15th and 16th of June, staff… 
86. I.Family study: new studies investigate taste perception, brain activity when selecting food, and sleep behaviour 
Date: 30-06-15
[in German only] Das Ernährungsverhalten und die Lebensmittelauswahl von Kindern und Jugendlichen sowie deren Einfluss auf die Gesundheit stehen im Fokus der europäischen I.Family-Studie, die das… 
87. I.Family wins communication award 
Date: 04-12-14
I.Family has won first prize at the CommNet Impact Awards for inspiring young people. 
88. IARC: Welding fumes are carcinogenic to humans 
Date: 19-04-17
A Working Group of the International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC with participation of BIPS classifies welding fumes as carcinogenic to humans. 
89. IDEFICS Study: Television viewing is top of screen time for european children and increases risk of higher BMI and consumption of sugar drinks  
Date: 29-11-13
Television viewing and other screen activities seem to have substantial effects on not only young children’s consumption of sugary drinks but also on increased BMI and obesity. This is the… 
90. IFHS 
Date: 16-10-18
 
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