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Pregnancy, Environmental and Lifestyle Study

974
pregnancy
Pregnancy, Environmental and Lifestyle Study
United States of America
To investigate how health, environment and lifestyle factors relate to healthy pregnancy and delivery.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

Seveso Women’s Health Study Second Generation

975
environmental health
Seveso Women’s Health Study Second Generation
United States of America
To investigate and provide essential data on the second generation of the Seveso Women's Health Study in utero dioxin exposure.
University of California Berkeley School of Public Health Center for Environmental Research and Children’s Health (CERCH)
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

Endocrine Disruptors and Childhood Obesity

970
environmental health
Endocrine Disruptors and Childhood Obesity
Mexico
To investigate the association of prenatal exposure phthalates with DNA methylation patterns and childhood obesity using novel epigenomic approaches.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

Household Air Pollution

967
air pollution
Household Air Pollution
Ghana
India
Kenya
Peru
To assess the capacity of four countries to evaluate and monitor the implementation of a clean fuel program to reduce household air pollution and develop a framework for systematic monitoring and evaluation.
Bloomberg Philanthropies
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health; World Health Organization; Public Health Institute; Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Effects of Nicotine and Flavorings in E-Cigarettes

964
no smoking sign
Effects of Nicotine and Flavorings in E-Cigarettes
United States of America
To provide information about daily motivations to use cigarettes and e-cigarettes, the influence of flavors and nicotine levels on consumption of alternative tobacco products like e-cigarettes, and the effects of using e-cigarettes on subsequent cigarette smoking and nicotine exposure.
University of Connecticut
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health

Toxic Metals and Uterine Fibroid Risk

963
environmental health
Toxic Metals and Uterine Fibroid Risk
Michigan, USA
United States of America
To investigate the relationship between toxic metals, lead, cadmium, and manganese and the risk of uterine fibroids in a community population of African American women.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; National Institutes of Health
CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health
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