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You may be eligible for a research study looking to answer this question:
Is vaping e-cigs safer than smoking cigarettes during pregnancy?
Text (tap reply to text) 860-470-4735 for info on financial compensation.
This is a stigma-free observational study, not a smoking cessation program. There is no intervention or requests to change your smoking habits.
You may be eligible if you:
- Are at least 16 years old
- Are currently pregnant
AND one of the following:
- Currently smoke cigarettes everyday OR
- Currently use an electronic cigarette or vaping device everyday OR
- Use both products
If you take part in the study, you will be asked to:
- Attend 3 visits pre-delivery (approximately an hour each)
- Complete brief monthly calls and one call 3 months after delivery
This study (locations in Hartford and Farmington) examines the effect of e-cigarette use compared to cigarette smoking during pregnancy on toxin exposure (nicotine and other harmful ingredients) in women and newborn babies, and on birth outcomes (birth weight and gestational age).
For more information, please call:
Uconn Health: (860) 679-4647
Hartford Hospital: (860) 972-2399 (Bilingual)
Email us at: email@example.com
Text: (860) 470-4735
Study Approved by UConn Health IRB- 17-180-6
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