News Articles Featuring Project Viva Findings!
- Eating Fruit While Pregnant May Boost Your Baby’s Intelligence
Dr. Emily Oken, Project Viva Principal Investigator, is quoted in this article about food consumption during pregnancy.
The Wall Street Journal, 29 August 2016
- Harvard Epidemiologist to Lead Revamped NIH Children’s Study
Dr. Matthew Gillman, Project Viva Founder and Co-Principal Investigator, has been selected to lead the National Institutes of Health's program called Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO). He will step down from his role on Project Viva.
Science Magazine, 26 April 2016
- Even Low Levels of Air Pollution Appear to Affect Children's Lung Health
Project Viva Investigator Dr. Mary Rice's research is featured in this article. Her findings suggest that living nearby major roadways may negatively impact children's lung health.
Science Daily, 25 April 2016
- The Best Ways to Lose Weight After Pregnancy
Project Viva Principal Investigator Dr. Emily Oken is quoted in this article about post-partum weight loss.
LiveScience, 19 February 2016
- Too Much Fish during Pregnancy Increases a Child's Obesity Risk, Study Says
Project Viva Investigator Dr. Leda Chatzi conducted an analysis of 14 European cohorts and Project Viva. This article suggests that while fish consumption during pregnancy has neurocognitive benefits for children, consuming more than three servings of fish per week during pregnancy may increase the child's risk of obesity.
CNN, 16 February 2016
- Eating Fish While Pregnant Could Up Your Child’s Obesity Risk
Medical Daily, 16 February 2016
- Eating Lots of Fish in Pregnancy Linked to Obesity Risk for Kids
Business Insider, 15 February 2016