Sweeping Study of Children's Health - Young Cautions Researchers to Look for False Signals

The Chicago Tribune reported that a large scale study will be conducted following a couple of thousand Chicago-area children from womb to 21. The data will feed into the National Children's Study.

Stan Young, assistant director of bioinformatics at NISS, notes that the large number of questions the study will attempt to address could lead to analytical issues. Read more here.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 by Jamie Nunnelly