The article “For the urban environment tailored to fit health: participation in the HEART project” was published in the “Mišović Magazine” aiming to inform the wide community and patients of DRM about activities regarding the HEART project
Urban environments often lack access to green spaces due to the proliferation and density of buildings, and urban residents are more vulnerable to mental health issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression.
A new Danish study of female nurses has shown how noise and pollution can combine to damage heart health in just three years. It highlights the need for governments to take the environmental impacts on human health more seriously when developing
"We know that people are more likely to experience mental health disorders in areas with greater population density. Overcrowding, pollution, urban violence, and less social support may all be contributing factors, and this is becoming more of a challenge as
The euPOLIS partner Sentio Solutions was recently featured in the Masawa mental wellness impact platform digital magazine.
European Commission offers a brand-new, free-of-charge innovation advisory support service for SMEs participating in Horizon 2020 collaborative projects: the Horizon IP Scan.
Experts from the international projects Clever Cities, euPOLIS, and HEART, which offer innovative solutions in the field of participatory urban planning and implementation of nature-inspired urban interventions, and specialists on gender equality and public health met representatives of city institutions
Professor Cedo Maksimovic (ICL), Istvan Kenyeres biotechnologist (Biopolus), and Bojan Milovanovic activist (GM Optimist) discussed the urgency of s the urban water treatment change of mindset in Serbia, and Europe. Where does the wake-up call come from? What actors should