Describing differences in weight and length growth trajectories between white and Pakistani infants in the UK: analysis of the Born in Bradford birth cohort study using multilevel linear spline models

@inproceedings{Fairley2013DescribingDI,
  title={Describing differences in weight and length growth trajectories between white and Pakistani infants in the UK: analysis of the Born in Bradford birth cohort study using multilevel linear spline models},
  author={Lesley Fairley and Emily S Petherick and Laura D. Howe and Kate M Tilling and No{\"e}l Cameron and Debbie A Lawlor and Jane West and John Wright},
  booktitle={Archives of disease in childhood},
  year={2013}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the growth pattern from birth to 2 years of UK-born white British and Pakistani infants. DESIGN Birth cohort. SETTING Bradford, UK. PARTICIPANTS 314 white British boys, 383 Pakistani boys, 328 white British girls and 409 Pakistani girls. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Weight and length trajectories based on repeat measurements from… CONTINUE READING