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    The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is conducting a study examining how sleep in early pregnancy may be a risk factor for pregnancy complications.

    Researchers are seeking women from 18-45 years of age who are pregnant < 10 weeks. Eligible women will be asked to complete a sleep diary and wear a wrist-size watch which provides a behavioral measure of sleep for 2-weeks at three different timepoints. Women will come to the research laboratory on the day following the 2-week period to have a blood sample drawn and complete questionnaires. This is not a medication / treatment study. Participants will be compensated for their time.

    For more information please contact Bonnee Wettlaufer at (412) 246-6419 or via Email
     
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