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A poster described a study that used private insurance enrollment date to retain age granularity when birth date is not present in administrative claims data.
A poster at SLEEP 2018 reported associations between trauma in early life and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in adulthood based on data from women in the Sister Study.
A presentation highlighted challenges of constructing a cohort of 32,000 individuals involved in the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill response and clean-up efforts.
A workshop at the 2018 REDCap Conference described using REDCap and Twilio to communicate with research participants.
A poster described an assessment of presence of and access to natural environments and associations with health, quality of life, and depressive symptoms.
A presentation described associations between residential greenness, physical activity, and self-reported well-being.
A poster provides an example of how contradictory results may arise from certain analysis methods, and discusses how small changes in implementation details of these methods can affect their power.
A presentation at the 2018 World Congress of Endourology reported that the prevalence of kidney stones continues to trend upwards and creates a vast financial burden.
A poster at the 2018 American College of Radiology Annual Meeting described an evaluation of initial therapies for muscle inflammation and weakness.
A poster at the 2018 American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting described a new standardized assessment tool to characterize whole-body MRI findings.
A poster at the 2018 American Society of Nephrology Conference described a study that investigated associations between epilepsy and end-stage renal disease.
The relationship between genital powder use and risk of ovarian cancer was studied in pooled data for over 250,000 women from four large prospective cohort studies.
A study tests a hypothesis to explain menstrual irregularity in adolescent girls.
SSS demonstrates some of the Disaster Research Response tools available on the NIH repository.
Data from the National Children’s Study provide insight on smoking and cessation prior to and during pregnancy.
An analysis explores variability of diabetes risk in Latino and Hispanic adults by baseline glycemic status.
A survey explores how to better measure closeness to the experience of a family member with cancer.
A study finds that adults with diabetes performed consistently lower on cognitive assessments compared to those without diabetes.
Data indicate that those exposed to Hurricane Katrina and/or the Deepwater Horizon spill experienced long-term health issues.
Survey results show that everyday discrimination events are associated with short nightly sleep duration and cumulative sleep debt.