REGISTRATION for the 19th INMA Scientific Conference

You can now register for the 19th INMA Scientific Conference 2024 FINAL Scientific Program: Link Format: Plenary sessions and presentation […]


Maternal-fetal exposure to endocrine disruptors through the placenta in women from Panama

What is known about the subject? Organochlorine pesticides (OPs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are groups of environmental chemicals that are […]


INMA: “Socioeconomic position, family context, and child cognitive development”

A new study of the Gipuzkoa and Valencia cohorts of the INMA study reflects how socioeconomic position (especially social class) […]


INMA: “Prenatal and child vitamin D levels and allergy and asthma in childhood”

An INMA study shows that having higher vitamin D levels at pre-school age might be related with a lower chance […]


INMA: “Social inequalities, green and blue spaces and mental health in 6–12 years old children participating in the INMA cohort”

An exciting new study has used the INMA cohort to investigate how living near to green and blue spaces affects […]


ANNOUNCEMENT of the 19th INMA Scientific Conference

We announce the organization of the 19th INMA Scientific Conference 2024 Days: 11 and 12 of June, 2024 Place: Barcelona Reserve […]


INMA: «An INMA Study Investigates Cardiometabolic Patterns in Childhood»

Over the past decade, there has been a concerning increase in the prevalence of disorders such as obesity, hypertension, dyslipidemia, […]


Merry Christmas

On behalf of the entire INMA project team: ¡Felices fiestas! Merry christmas! Bones festes! Eguberri On! ¡Felices Fiestes!


INMA: “Short- and medium-term air pollution exposure, plasmatic protein levels and blood pressure in children”

Air pollution is one of the well-known key contributors to the global burden of mortality and disease. Nowadays, approximately 91% […]


INMA: “Exposure to persistent organic pollutants during pregnancy may affect cardiometabolic health in preadolescents”

Prevalence of childhood obesity has been increasing in the past decade, and today 33% of the European children are considered […]


Urban environment and combinations of health-related behaviors in young children

New project in progress: “Urban environment and combinations of health-related behaviors in young children” Description Efforts to modify diet, screen […]


INMA:”Bullying from a biopsychosocial perspective: A study of the INMA project integrates hormonal markers to the study of bullying”

A study conducted as part of the INMA cohort studied bullying from a biopsychosocial perspective, integrating biological variables such as […]