Apple Women's Health Study

Thursday, July 2, 2020 - 12:30 to Monday, August 31, 2020 - 06:15
Opportunity Region: 
Alabama: Northern
Alabama: Southern & Florida Panhandle
Alaska: Northern
Alaska: Southern
Arizona
Arkansas
Canada - Ontario
California: Central California
California: Inland Empire
California: Los Angeles
California: Northern California
California: Orange County
California: San Diego
California: San Francisco Bay Area
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida: Central Florida
Florida: North Central Florida
Florida: Northern Florida and SE Georgia
Florida: South Florida
Florida: Southwest Florida
Georgia
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois: Central Illinois
Illinois: Northern Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri: Eastern Missouri & Southern Illinois
Missouri: Western Missouri & Kansas
Montana
National Award
Nebraska & SW Iowa
Nevada: Las Vegas
Nevada: Reno
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico: Central and Northern New Mexico
New Mexico: Southern New Mexico
New York: Greater New York City
New York: Hudson Valley
New York: Upstate New York
North & South Dakota
North Carolina: Charlotte Metro/Piedmont Triad
North Carolina: Raleigh/Durham/Coast
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon & SW Washington
Overseas Military Bases (OMB)
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Area
Pennsylvania: Western & Central
Puerto Rico & US Virgin Islands
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee: Middle and East
Tennessee: West
Texas: Austin
Texas: Dallas/Fort Worth
Texas: El Paso
Texas: Houston
Texas: Panhandle Plains
Texas: San Antonio
Utah: Northern Utah
Utah: Southern Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington: Eastern Washington
Washington: Seattle and West
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Audience: 
AiC Community Member and Awardee
Aspirations Administrator
Aspirations Coordinator
Educator
General Public
High Schooler
Middle Schooler
Parent
Reviewer
Volunteer
Woman in College

WHAT IS APPLE WOMEN’S HEALTH STUDY?

In the first study of its kind, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has teamed up with Apple and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to gain a deeper understanding of how certain demographic and lifestyle factors could have an impact on periods and gynecologic conditions including infertility, menopause, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN OUR STUDY IF:

• You have had periods at least once in your life.

• You have an iPhone with iOS version 13.2 or later

• You have installed the Apple Research app on your iPhone

• You are at least 18 years old (at least 19 years old in Alabama and Nebraska, at least 21 years old in Puerto Rico)

• You live in the United States of America

• You are comfortable communicating in written and spoken English

• You do not share your iCloud account or iPhone with anyone else

• You are willing and able to provide informed consent to participate in the study