Environmental Health Study Dedicated to Improving Women's Reproductive and Long-term Health
ERGO is a research study designed to examine the role of environmental chemical exposures on maternal and child health. Environmental exposures may affect our health, particularly during the time surrounding pregnancy. Through ERGO, we hope to learn more about the impact of environmental exposures on pregnancy and postpartum health. As a participant in the ERGO study, you will be helping researchers better understand how environmental exposures could impact pregnancy and long-term health in order to improve the health of women and their children.
- Evaluating associations between early pregnancy trace elements mixture and 2nd trimester gestational glucose levels: A comparison of three statistical approaches
- Associations of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) With Glucose Tolerance During Pregnancy in Project Viva
- Maternal urinary phthalate metabolites in relation to gestational diabetes and glucose intolerance during pregnancy
- Pregnancy phthalate metabolite concentrations and infant birth weight by gradations of maternal glucose tolerance