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  1. ABC Study

    The ABC study will provide knowledge about the development of autism and its causes. The research is in collaboration with Columbia University in New York, USA.

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  2. ADHD Study

    The purpose of the ADHD study is to gain new knowledge about children who are at risk of developing Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

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  3. Child Growth Study of Norway

    The aim of the Child Growth Study (COSI) is to routinely measure overweight and obesity among primary school children in Europe.

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  4. Cohort of Norway (CONOR)

    CONOR is a collection of health data and blood samples from several health studies.

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  5. Corona Household Study

    A study of the risk of infection and immunity to the novel coronavirus among people living in the same household.

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  6. Health and Environment in Oslo

    The "Health and Environment in Oslo" (HELMILO) study explores how factors in the local environment can affect people's health in general and cardiovascular disease in particular.

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  7. Interlaboratory Comparison of Persistent Organic Pollutants in food (ILC POPs)

    The ILC POPs study comprises measurements of environmental contaminants in foods.

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  8. Language and Learning Study

    The Language and Learning study explores genetic and environmental factors associated with the development of language and learning difficulties in children.

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  9. Language-8 Study

    Language-8 is a sub-study in the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study (MoBa) that investigates the relation between children's early language development and their progress at 8 years old.

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  10. MIDIA

    The aim of the MIDIA project is to find the environmental causes of type 1 diabetes with a view to preventing disease. Recruitment ended in 2007.

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  11. MOBAND Study of Cerebral Palsy

    The MOthers and BAbies in Norway and Denmark study combines two rich data sources to investigate an important childhood illness.

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  12. National surveillance of HPV vaccination programme

    The surveillance of HPV vaccination programme is monitoring the efficacy, side effects  and vaccination coverage after the HPV vaccine was introduced in the childhood immunisation programme.

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  13. NeuroTox

    NeuroTox is investigating whether environmental contaminants in maternal blood during pregnancy have a negative impact on the child's neurodevelopment.

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  14. NorFlu

    The Norwegian Influenza Study (NorFlu) is exploring the potential effects of influenza A (H1N1) – swine flu – during pregnancy.

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  15. Norwegian Microbiota Study (NoMIC)

    The Norwegian Microbiota Study explores gut microbiota in infancy and how it develops through childhood.

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  16. Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study (MoBa)

    The Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study is a unique study where over 90,000 pregnant women were recruited from 1998 to 2008. More than 70,000 fathers have participated.

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  17. PAGE Study - Diabetes and Coeliac Disease

    The aim of the PAGE Study is to provide novel insight into the causes of type 1 diabetes and coeliac disease that may lead to preventive measures in the future.

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  18. PainFACT

    Identifying molecular mechanisms of pain related disorders.

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  19. Respiratory infections among children and adolescents in Norway

    The aim of the study is to find out why respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and whooping cough affect young and older children who are treated in hospital.

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  20. Rotavirus Study

    National follow-up after the introduction of rotavirus vaccine in the Childhood Immunisation Programme, monitoring vaccination coverage, adverse events and vaccine effectiveness.

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