Early life growth and hemostatic factors: the Barry Caerphilly Growth study.

@article{Fraser2008EarlyLG,
  title={Early life growth and hemostatic factors: the Barry Caerphilly Growth study.},
  author={Abigail Fraser and Rachael A. Hughes and Anne McCarthy and Kate M Tilling and Derek C Davies and Ann Rumley and Gordon D. O. Lowe and George Davey Smith and Y Ben-Shlomo},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={168 2},
  pages={179-87}
}
Associations between early life growth trajectories and a range of adult (aged approximately 25 years) hemostatic factors were assessed in the Barry Caerphilly Growth study (N = 517) in South Wales, 1974-1999. Associations of birth weight, birth length, and weight and height velocities during three periods ("immediate": 0-<5 months, "infant": 5 months-<1 year 9 months, and "childhood": 1 year 9 months-5 years) with adult levels of hemostatic factors were assessed. Birth weight was inversely… CONTINUE READING

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