Principal Investigator: Dr Ali Esmaeili

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 Approval date: 23/07/2018

 Starting date: 23/07/2018

 Goals: As a part of Persian Birth cohort, this study was aimed to determine ; To investigate the effects of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors on pregnancy outcomes, pediatrics psychosomatic disorders, and congenital defects

 Study population: Pregnant women with gestational age of 12 weeks referred to the prenatal care centers in Rafsanjan

Sampling method and sample size: 2000 pregnant women introduced by midwives working at the prenatal care centers and recruited to the study within a period of 2-year.

 Data Collection: three questionnaires for pregnant women for each trimester, growth and developmental questionnaire for neonates, cord blood sample

 Follow up Methods: The same as Adult NCDs cohort

 Main Exposures: Occupational and environmental exposures, past and family history of the NCDs, physical activities, personal and nutritional habits, pregnancy history

 Outcomes: Pregnancy outcomes, child mental and physical health, growth and development, early- and late –onset chronic NCDs

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