Sabadell

In the city of Sabadell, all the women who attended the pregnancy care program and who had an ultrasound of their first trimester of pregnancy at CAP II Sant Felix (the only specialized primary care center in Sabadell the city) between July 2004 and In July 2006, they were invited to participate in the INMA study. A total of 657 women were included, who were followed in each trimester of pregnancy until the time of delivery at the Hospital de Sabadell (Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí) which covers the entire population of Sabadell, acting as a specialized hospital of consultation and reference for. part.

An additional round of hiring pregnant women was held between May 2007 and July 2007, but directly when they went to give birth at Sabadell Hospital. A total of 120 women were included in this second phase.

Over the years, this group of children from the city of Sabadell have been evaluated approximately every 2 years, thanks to the predisposition of their families: that is, at 6 and 14 months, at 2, 4, 7, 9, 11 and 14 years. In July 2023 we have started the 18 years visit, and it is wonderful to acknowledge the valuable selfless collaboration of these young people, thanking them for their participation and commitment. Thank you for being part of this journey towards a brighter future.

 

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  • Processing of Data and Samples:

How do we treat your personal data and the biological samples we collect?
The data of the INMA-Sabadell birth cohort collected in the context of the INMA Project are kept at the Institut de Salut Global Barcelona (ISGlobal)
– Responsible for the Treatment: Private Foundation Instituto de Salud Global Barcelona (ISGlobal)
– CIF: G65341695
– Postal address: Carrer Rosselló, number 132, 2ª, 5ª and 7ª in Barcelona (08036)
– Telephone: (+34)932271806
– Data Protection Delegate, contact: lopd@isglobal.org

The data are treated with absolute confidentiality and in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of April 27, 2016, relating to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and to the free circulation of this data and to Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the protection of personal data and the guarantee of digital rights.
Health data is kept separate from personal data. Data dissociation means that your health information cannot be associated with you as your personal data is replaced by a numeric code. Dissociated information is archived for use by project researchers and their research partners. All the results of the study are presented in a database of the group of participants, data is never presented individually.

Personal data will be kept as long as the research project or successive projects within the same line of research is active, in this way your data may also be used by other projects / research within the area of ​​the present project , or in global health research projects, both in infectious and non-communicable diseases, and environmental health, to study the effect of environmental factors on people’s health.
You are responsible for the veracity and correctness of the data you provide us and you have the right to exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of treatment, portability and opposition of your data in accordance with what has the regulations on data protection. To exercise them, you must write to the Data Protection Officer at lopd@isglobal.org and you must attach a photocopy of your national identification document or the equivalent. In addition to the possibility of exercising your rights, if you do not agree with the treatment carried out by the Entity or if you consider that your rights have been infringed, you can submit a claim at any time to the Spanish Data Protection Agency.

Biological samples are treated in accordance with current legislation (Law 14/2007 on biomedical research, and Royal Decree 1716/2011 regulating the use of biological samples for research). The samples are stored in the ISGlobal biobank, at Campus Mar (Barcelona Biomedical Research Park) and are included in collection C.0001626 included in the Registry of Collections of the Instituto de Salud Carlos III. These are only used in research projects directly related to the INMA Project and with the aim of studying biomarkers related to the effect of environmental factors on health.
The data obtained from the use of these samples will be treated in the same way as the rest of the data obtained in this study.
The provision of biological samples for this study is free and voluntary. This assumes that you will have no rights to potential commercial benefits from discoveries that may result from the biomedical research.

Finally, if you decide to withdraw your consent to participate in this study, no new data will be added to the database from the date you inform us that you decide to withdraw, and only the data obtained up to that time will be retained, to ensure the validity of the research. You can also request that the identifiable biological samples obtained so far be destroyed, so that no further analysis can be carried out.

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467 Results

Neurodevelopment -
Reproductive health -


Association between relative age at school and persistence of ADHD in prospective studies: an individual participant data meta-analysis

Synergy for the Influence of the Month of Birth in ADHD (SIMBA) study group. Association between relative age at school and persistence of ADHD in prospective studies: an individual participant data meta-analysis. Lancet Psychiatry. 2023 Dec;10(12):922-933. PMID: 37898142


Air pollution -
Intrauterine growth -


Susceptible windows of exposure to fine particulate matter and fetal growth trajectories in the Spanish INMA (INfancia y Medio Ambiente) birth cohort

Chen WJ, Rector AM, Guxens M, Iniguez C, Swartz MD, Symanski E, Ibarluzea J, Ambros A, Estarlich M, Lertxundi A, Riano-Galán I, Sunyer J, Fernandez-Somoano A, Chauhan SP, Ish J, Whitworth KW. Susceptible windows of exposure to fine particulate matter and fetal growth trajectories in the Spanish INMA (INfancia y Medio Ambiente) birth cohort. Environ Res. 2023 Jan 1;216(Pt 2):114628. PMID: 36279916


Air pollution -
Built environment and Greeness -
Neurodevelopment -
Physical activity - sedentary lifestyle -
Postnatal growth and Obesity -
Social inequalities -


Social inequalities, green and blue spaces and mental health in 6-12 years old children participating in the INMA cohort

Subiza-Pérez M, García-Baquero G, Fernández-Somoano A, Riaño I, González L, Delgado-Saborit JM, Guxens M, Fossati S, Vrijheid M, Fernandes A, Ibarluzea J, Lertxundi N. Social inequalities, green and blue spaces and mental health in 6-12 years old children participating in the INMA cohort. Health Place. 2023 Sep;83:103104. PMID: 37611380


Air pollution -
Built environment and Greeness -
Neurodevelopment -
Physical activity - sedentary lifestyle -
Postnatal growth and Obesity -
Social inequalities -


Residential green and blue spaces and working memory in children aged 6-12 years old. Results from the INMA cohort

Subiza-Pérez M, García-Baquero G, Fernández-Somoano A, Guxens M, González L, Tardón A, Dadvand P, Estarlich M, de Castro M, McEachan RRC, Ibarluzea J, Lertxundi N. Residential green and blue spaces and working memory in children aged 6-12 years old. Results from the INMA cohort. Health Place. 2023 Nov;84:103136. PMID: 37871446


Built environment and Greeness -
Respiratory health and atopy -


Associations between combined urban and lifestyle factors and respiratory health in European children

Guillien A, Slama R, Andrusaityte S, Casas M, Chatzi L, de Castro M, de Lauzon-Guillain B, Granum B, Grazuleviciene R, Julvez J, Krog NH, Lepeule J, Maitre L, McEachan R, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Oftedal B, Urquiza J, Vafeiadi M, Wright J, Vrijheid M, Basagaña X, Siroux V. Associations between combined urban and lifestyle factors and respiratory health in European children. Environ Res. 2024 Feb 1;242:117774. PMID: 38036203


Genetics -


Analysis of DNA methylation at birth and in childhood reveals changes associated with season of birth and latitude

Kadalayil L, Alam MZ, White CH, Ghantous A, Walton E, Gruzieva O, Merid SK, Kumar A, Roy RP, Solomon O, Huen K, Eskenazi B, Rzehak P, Grote V, Langhendries JP, Verduci E, Ferre N, Gruszfeld D, Gao L, Guan W, Zeng X, Schisterman EF, Dou JF, Bakulski KM, Feinberg JI, Soomro MH, Pesce G, Baiz N, Isaevska E, Plusquin M, Vafeiadi M, Roumeliotaki T, Langie SAS, Standaert A, Allard C, Perron P, Bouchard L, van Meel ER, Felix JF, Jaddoe VWV, Yousefi PD, Ramlau-Hansen CH, Relton CL, Tobi EW, Starling AP, Yang IV, Llambrich M, Santorelli G, Lepeule J, Salas LA, Bustamante M, Ewart SL, Zhang H, Karmaus W, Röder S, Zenclussen AC, Jin J, Nystad W, Page CM, Magnus M, Jima DD, Hoyo C, Maguire RL, Kvist T, Czamara D, Räikkönen K, Gong T, Ullemar V, Rifas-Shiman SL, Oken E, Almqvist C, Karlsson R, Lahti J, Murphy SK, Håberg SE, London S, Herberth G, Arshad H, Sunyer J, Grazuleviciene R, Dabelea D, Steegers-Theunissen RPM, Nohr EA, Sørensen TIA, Duijts L, Hivert MF, Nelen V, Popovic M, Kogevinas M, Nawrot TS, Herceg Z, Annesi-Maesano I, Fallin MD, Yeung E, Breton CV, Koletzko B, Holland N, Wiemels JL, Melén E, Sharp GC, Silver MJ, Rezwan FI, Holloway JW. Analysis of DNA methylation at birth and in childhood reveals changes associated with season of birth and latitude. Clin Epigenetics. 2023 Sep 11;15(1):148. PMID: 37697338


Exposome -
Postnatal growth and Obesity -


The contribution to policies of an exposome-based approach to childhood obesity

Vineis P, Handakas E, Alfano R, Millett C, Fecht D, Chatzi L, Plusquin M, Nawrot T, Richiardi L, Barros H, Vrijheid M, Sassi F, Robinson O. The contribution to policies of an exposome-based approach to childhood obesity. Exposome. 2023 May 26;3(1):osad006. PMID: 37823001


Postnatal growth and Obesity -
Reproductive health -


Associations of Maternal Educational Level, Proximity to Greenspace During Pregnancy, and Gestational Diabetes With Body Mass Index From Infancy to Early Adulthood: A Proof-of-Concept Federated Analysis in 18 Birth Cohorts

Cadman T, Elhakeem A, Vinther JL, Avraam D, Carrasco P, Calas L, Cardo M, Charles MA, Corpeleijn E, Crozier S, de Castro M, Estarlich M, Fernandes A, Fossatti S, Gruszfeld D, Gurlich K, Grote V, Haakma S, Harris JR, Heude B, Huang RC, Ibarluzea J, Inskip H, Jaddoe V, Koletzko B, Luque V, Manios Y, Moirano G, Moschonis G, Nader J, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Andersen AN, McEachen R, de Moira AP, Popovic M, Roumeliotaki T, Salika T, Marina LS, Santos S, Serbert S, Tzorovili E, Vafeiadi M, Verduci E, Vrijheid M, Vrijkotte TGM, Welten M, Wright J, Yang TC, Zugna D, Lawlor D. Associations of Maternal Educational Level, Proximity to Greenspace During Pregnancy, and Gestational Diabetes With Body Mass Index From Infancy to Early Adulthood: A Proof-of-Concept Federated Analysis in 18 Birth Cohorts. Am J Epidemiol. 2024-2023 Oct 19:kwad206. doi: 10.1093/aje/kwad206. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 37856700


Epigenetics -
Postnatal growth and Obesity -


Epigenome-Wide Meta-analysis Reveals Associations Between Dietary Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load and DNA Methylation in Children and Adolescents of Different Body Sizes

Ott R, Stein R, Hauta-Alus HH, Ronkainen J, Fernández-Barrés S, Spielau U, Kirsten H, Poulain T, Melton PE, Küpers LK, Azaryah H, Colombo M, Landgraf K, Tobi EW, O’Sullivan T, Huang RC, Campoy C, Winkler C, Vioque J, Vrijheid M, Kiess W, Körner A, Sebert S, Jarvelin MR, Ziegler AG, Hummel S. Epigenome-Wide Meta-analysis Reveals Associations Between Dietary Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load and DNA Methylation in Children and Adolescents of Different Body Sizes. Diabetes Care. 2023 Nov 1;46(11):2067-2075. PMID: 37756535.


Exposome -
Vitamin D -


Sociodemographic, lifestyle, and environmental determinants of vitamin D levels in pregnant women in Spain

Llopis M, Ventura PS, Brachowicz N, Sangüesa J, Murcia M, Lopez-Espinosa MJ, García-Baquero G, Lertxundi A, Vrijheid M, Casas M, Petrone P. Sociodemographic, lifestyle, and environmental determinants of vitamin D levels in pregnant women in Spain. Environ Int. 2023 Dec;182:108293. PMID: 37984291


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