This Viewpoint discusses the development of a nationally representative longitudinal birth cohort study in the United States that would examine the social, physical, chemical, and nutritional influences that interact to shape health and development across the life course.
This Viewpoint discusses why the National Children’s Study was discontinued and whether a scaled-down version of the original study would be as effective.
This Viewpoint discusses the need for longitudinal study of early exposures on child and family development and future health and well-being.
This report summarizes the workshop presentations and discussion, including identification of high-priority topics for further research.
This Viewpoint examines some of the recommendations in the National Institutes of Health’s recent advisory from the perspective of a certifying board.
This observational cohort study compares rates of neonatal morbidities and 18- to 22-month neurodevelopmental outcomes of extremely premature infants exposed to partial or complete courses of antenatal steroids vs those exposed to no antenatal steroids.
This retrospective cohort study examines the prevalence of birth defects among liveborn infants conceived with and without assisted reproductive technology.
Chambers et al conducted a comprehensive economic and health services assessment of the frequency, duration, and cost of hospital admissions during the first 5 years of life for singleton, twin, and higher-order multiple children. They examine the contribution of assisted reproductive technology to the incidence and cost of multiple births. See the Editorial by Mehta.
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