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Your participation in clinical studies at NIEHS helps researchers discover how your environment affects your health. Please help us find new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat illness and disease.
Empower, Connect, Engage, and Advocate.This research study seeks to understand the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on minority women and their families to assist in developing community-based programs for recovery and resiliency.
Why is it so unpredictable?Moms, help your daughters prepare for puberty by enrolling them in a new study called a Girl’s First Period.
Get Your Asthma Under ControlNHALES stands for Natural History of Asthma with Longitudinal Environmental Sampling. Your participation in the NHALES Study will contribute to research on how the environment affects the human body and asthma. Please consider joining today.
Powerful science for integrating genomic and environmental data to understand human healthThe goal of this study is to learn more about how our environment, diet, lifestyle and genes affect our health.
Part of the Demystifying a Girl’s First Period StudyHelp us understand how to detect signs of hormone problems and prevent reproductive health disorders in women.
By participating in the NHALES Study at NIEHS, Jeff Long has learned to manage his asthma while contributing to our understanding of the condition.