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The Danish National Birth Cohort - its background, structure and aim
Background: It is well known that the time from conception to early childhood has importance for health conditions that reach into later stages of life. Recent research supports this view, andExpand
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Do Pregnant Women Report Use of Dispensed Medications?
Surveillance of drug safety in pregnancy often draws on administrative prescription registries. Noncompliance in the use of prescribed medication may be frequent among pregnant women owing to theirExpand
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Smoking during pregnancy and infantile colic.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the association between maternal smoking during pregnancy and infantile colic (IC). METHODS A follow-up study of singleton infants delivered by Danish mothers at the AarhusExpand
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Psychosocial distress during pregnancy and the risk of infantile colic: a follow‐up study
Aim: To examine the association between psychosocial exposures during pregnancy and the risk of infantile colic. Methods: The study included 378 infants and was conducted as a substudy of the DanishExpand
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Socioeconomic factors and risk of hospitalization with infectious diseases in 0- to 2-year-old Danish children
Although the association between low socioeconomic status and illness in childhood is well known, the impact of socioeconomic factors on risk and frequency of hospitalizations for infectiousExpand
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Influence of day care attendance on the use of systemic antibiotics in 0- to 2-year-old children.
OBJECTIVE To examine the association between time spent in different public day care settings and prescription of systemic antibiotics. Design. Population-based cohort study of 5035 Danish childrenExpand
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Nicotine Replacement Therapy During Pregnancy and Infantile Colic in the Offspring
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the associations between use of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and smoking during pregnancy and infantile colic in the offspring. METHODS: We used data from maternalExpand
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Fetal growth and infantile colic
AIM To describe how fetal growth and gestational age affect infantile colic, while considering other potential risk factors. STUDY DESIGN A population based follow up study of 2035 healthy singletonExpand
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Gestational age, small for gestational age, and infantile colic.
BACKGROUND Preterm and growth restricted infants may have developmental delays and deviations from normal organ function related to the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system. SinceExpand
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The Soma Assessment Interview: new parent interview on functional somatic symptoms in children.
OBJECTIVE Medically unexplained or functional somatic symptoms (FSS) in children constitute a major clinical problem. Epidemiological studies of this phenomenon are, however, hampered by a lack ofExpand
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