Assessment of cardiometabolic risk in children in population studies: underpinning developmental origins of health and disease mother–offspring cohort studies

@inproceedings{Huang2015AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment of cardiometabolic risk in children in population studies:
underpinning developmental origins of health and disease mother–offspring cohort studies},
  author={R.-C. Huang and Susan L. Prescott and Keith M. Godfrey and Elizabeth Ann Davis},
  booktitle={Journal of nutritional science},
  year={2015}
}
Pregnancy and birth cohorts have been utilised extensively to investigate the developmental origins of health and disease, particularly in relation to understanding the aetiology of obesity and related cardiometabolic disorders. Birth and pregnancy cohorts have been utilised extensively to investigate this area of research. The aim of the present review was twofold: first to outline the necessity of measuring cardiometabolic risk in children; and second to outline how it can be assessed. The… CONTINUE READING
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