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Rationales, design and recruitment for the Elfe longitudinal study
BackgroundMany factors act simultaneously in childhood to influence health status, life chances and well being, including pre-birth influences, the environmental pollutants of early life, healthExpand
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Wheezing phenotypes and risk factors in early life: The ELFE cohort
Objective Different phenotypes of wheezing have been described to date but not in early life. We aim to describe wheezing phenotypes between the ages of two months and one year, and assess riskExpand
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Cohort Profile: The French national cohort of children (ELFE): birth to 5 years
ELFE is the first French national birth cohort. Its objective is to study determinants of the development, health and socialization of children from birth to adulthood through a multidisciplinaryExpand
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Are selection criteria for healthy pregnancies responsible for the gap between fetal growth in the French national Elfe birth cohort and the Intergrowth‐21st fetal growth standards?
BACKGROUND The Intergrowth-21st (IG) project proposed prescriptive fetal growth standards for global use based on ultrasound measurements from a multicounty study of low-risk pregnancies selectedExpand
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Use of partially hydrolysed formula in infancy and incidence of eczema, respiratory symptoms or food allergies in toddlers from the ELFE cohort
Partially hydrolyzed formulas (pHF) are recommended in non‐breastfed infants with familial history of allergy to prevent allergy development. However, recent meta‐analysis does not provide strongExpand
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Use of infant formula in the ELFE study: The association with social and health‐related factors
Breastfeeding is recommended until 6 months of age, but a wide range of infant formula is available for nonbreastfed or partially breastfed infants. Our aim was to describe infant formula selectionExpand
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Social Inequalities in Prenatal Folic Acid Supplementation: Results from the ELFE Cohort
Most professional and international organizations recommend folic acid supplementation for women planning pregnancy. Various studies have shown high levels of non-compliance with this recommendation.Expand
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Iron‐fortified formula use in young children and association with socioeconomic factors in the French nationwide ELFE cohort
To study the rate of iron‐fortified infant formula (IFF) use in young children in France and its association with socioeconomic factors.
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Associations between maternity or parental leave and breastfeeding duration: results from the ELFE cohort.
Previous studies have shown a high level of noncompliance with recommendations on breastfeeding duration, especially in France. The objective was to describe the association between breastfeedingExpand
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Effects of smoking and asthma in pregnant women
Asthma is a heterogeneous disease with risk factors inclusive of intrinsic (genetic predisposition) and extrinsic variables (environmental exposures) in early life. Studies have postulated towardsExpand
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