The government started this year a long term study to discover what factors in the environment promote good health and what factors contribute to conditions such as asthma and allergies.
"Women who are likely to have a child in the near future will be invited to participate in the National Children's Study."
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Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 10:47 AM on Mar. 18, 2009
By Obama and his admin (per the Obama Stimulus) taking bureaucratic control of our medical records, convert them to computer and monitor the level, quality, and demographics of care~I think we are ALL involved in a Government Study... So what's another study, right? At least this one people have a choice on whether they want to participate.
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 9:57 AM on Mar. 18, 2009
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Answer by foreverb3 at 10:34 AM on Mar. 18, 2009
Well, since I worked for a study that was funded by the NIH I would be willing to consider it, if I were in their target group. However, I would have to research everything further and I would ask them a lot of questions before I signed anything. It is very similar to the study I worked for except ours focuses only on the possible environmental causes of childhood diabetes. I think what people have to realize is that you have to go through certain protocol to run a study of this size (or any study). If it really did find causes for some illnesses, etc I would certainly like to see what they come up with.
Answer by anime_mom619 at 12:52 PM on Mar. 18, 2009
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