Attempts to Conceive and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Data from the Apple Women's Health Study

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, May 2022: This publication examines the effects of factors related to the COVID-19 pandemic, through March 2021, on attempting conception status. It also assesses effect measure modification by education level and subjective social status (SSS).
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Design and methods of the Apple Women's Health Study: a digital longitudinal cohort study

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, October 2021: The Apple Women’s Health Study was designed to gain a deeper understanding of the relationship among menstrual cycles, health, and behavior. This paper describes the design and methods of the ongoing Apple Women’s Health Study and provides the demographic characteristics of the first 10,000 participants.
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Meet the team

The principal investigators of the Apple Women's Health Study have unparalleled expertise in reproductive epidemiology and women’s health.

Research effort you can join

Your participation in the Apple Women’s Health Study will enable innovative research that would have been impossible before now.

Periods, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and heart health

Preliminary analyses showed that participants with PCOS were more likely to have a family history of PCOS, abnormal menstrual cycles, and conditions that can negatively impact heart health.