The ECHO Program is committed to providing participants and the general public with results from ECHO research. As part of our effort to do so, the ECHO Program has created study summaries for all ECHO-wide publications. ECHO-wide publications come from research where multiple ECHO researchers with varying expertise work together to share and study data to make new discoveries.
View our study summaries below to learn more about this ECHO-funded research, which aims to improve the health of children for generations to come.
A review of studies that look at whether exposure to common non-persistent chemicals in consumer products delays the time it takes to become pregnant.
Author(s): Alison E. Hipwell, Linda G. Kahn, Pam Factor-Litvak, et al