Infant Feeding, Early Development and Isoflavones

806
Infant Feeding, Early Development and Isoflavones
Infant Feeding, Early Development and Isoflavones
Pennsylvania, USA
United States of America
To measure approximately 50 infant and toddler urine specimens for phytoestrogens as part of an observational, longitudinal, prospective cohort study with the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The study will investigate hormonal endpoints during infancy and toddlerhood in relation to feeding by breast milk, cow-milk based formula or soy-protein based formula.
Harvard Department of Environmental Health: Previous Partners: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health; Harvard University

Endocrine Disruptors & Male Reproductive System

436
Endocrine Disruptors & Male Reproductive System
Endocrine Disruptors & Male Reproductive System
France
France
To study the influence of prenatal exposure to phthalates and BPA on the occurrence of genital abnormalities in the French general population.
National Institute of Health and Medical Research, France INSERM
CDC’s Center for Environmental Health

Phthalates and Autism Spectrum Disorders Risk

890
children USA
Phthalates and Autism Spectrum Disorders Risk
California, USA
United States of America
To evaluate whether gestational exposure to phthalates is associated with an increased risk of autism spectrum disorders.
University of California, Davis (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

Effects of Carcinogens from High Fat Diets

876
High-fat food
Effects of Carcinogens from High Fat Diets
United States of America
To investigate the potential effect of exposure to BP-3 in mice on susceptibility to mammary tumor development and interaction with a diet high in animal fat.
Michigan State University (National Institutes for Health)
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

Bisphenol A Exposure and Gestational Diabetes Risk

874
Bisphenol A Exposure and Gestational Diabetes Risk
Bisphenol A Exposure and Gestational Diabetes Risk
Ohio, USA
United States of America
To measure urinary concentrations of environmental phenols to assess whether exposure to environmental chemicals such as Bisphenol A is associated with an increased risk of Gestational Diabetes.
University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

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