Calling all infants: National Children's Study begins 21-year health mission

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The largest children's study ever undertaken in the United States kicks off in 2009. Researchers plan on tracking 100,000 kids from the womb to the age when they can legally crack open a beer. Scientists hope 21 years worth of hair, urine and environmental samples will reveal why the incidence of childhood disease is on the rise.

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Comments [1]

Paula Grizzell DeMarini from Atlanta

For Kate Murphy...

May I get an e-mail address for
Kate Murphy?

Thank you

Aug. 27 2011 04:49 PM

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