LongITools: Dynamic longitudinal exposome trajectories in cardiovascular and metabolic noncommunicable diseases.

Ronkainen J, Nedelec R, Atehortua A, Balkhiyarova Z, Cascarano A, Ngoc Dang V, Elhakeem A, van Enckevort E, Goncalves Soares A, Haakma S, Halonen M, Heil KF, Heiskala A, Hyde E, Jacquemin B, Keikkala E, Kerckhoffs J, Klåvus A, Kopinska JA, Lepeule J, Marazzi F, Motoc I, Näätänen M, Ribbenstedt A, Rundblad A, Savolainen O, Simonetti V, de Toro Eadie N, Tzala E, Ulrich A, Wright T, Zarei I, d'Amico E, Belotti F, Brunius C, Castleton C, Charles MA, Gaillard R, Hanhineva K, Hoek G, Holven KB, Jaddoe VWV, Kaakinen MA, Kajantie E, Kavousi M, Lakka T, Matthews J, Piano Mortari A, Vääräsmäki M, Voortman T, Webster C, Zins M, Atella V, Bulgheroni M, Chadeau-Hyam M, Conti G, Evans J, Felix JF, Heude B, Järvelin MR, Kolehmainen M, Landberg R, Lekadir K, Parusso S, Prokopenko I, de Rooij SR, Roseboom T, Swertz M, Timpson N, Ulven SM, Vermeulen R, Juola T, Sebert S

Environ Epidemiol 6 (1) e184 [2022-02-00; online 2021-12-28]

The current epidemics of cardiovascular and metabolic noncommunicable diseases have emerged alongside dramatic modifications in lifestyle and living environments. These correspond to changes in our "modern" postwar societies globally characterized by rural-to-urban migration, modernization of agricultural practices, and transportation, climate change, and aging. Evidence suggests that these changes are related to each other, although the social and biological mechanisms as well as their interactions have yet to be uncovered. LongITools, as one of the 9 projects included in the European Human Exposome Network, will tackle this environmental health equation linking multidimensional environmental exposures to the occurrence of cardiovascular and metabolic noncommunicable diseases.

Chalmers Mass Spectrometry Infrastructure [Service]

PubMed 35169663

DOI 10.1097/EE9.0000000000000184

Crossref 10.1097/EE9.0000000000000184

pmc: PMC8835657

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