Associations among prenatal stress, maternal antioxidant intakes in pregnancy, and child temperament at age 30 months.

@article{Lipton2017AssociationsAP,
  title={Associations among prenatal stress, maternal antioxidant intakes in pregnancy, and child temperament at age 30 months.},
  author={Lianna R. Lipton and Kelly J Brunst and Srimathi Kannan and Y-M Ni and Harish B. Ganguri and Rosalind J. Wright and Michelle Bosquet Enlow},
  journal={Journal of developmental origins of health and disease},
  year={2017},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={
          638-648
        }
}
Prenatal stress and prenatal nutrition each have demonstrable impact on fetal development, with implications for child neurodevelopment and behavior. However, few studies have examined their joint influences despite evidence of potential interactive effects. We examined associations among prenatal stress, prenatal antioxidant intakes, and child temperament in a sociodemographically diverse pregnancy cohort (N=137 mother-child dyads). In mid-pregnancy, mothers completed an assessment of recent… CONTINUE READING
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