Independent and additive association of prenatal famine exposure and intermediary life conditions with adult mortality between age 18-63 years.

@article{Ekamper2014IndependentAA,
  title={Independent and additive association of prenatal famine exposure and intermediary life conditions with adult mortality between age 18-63 years.},
  author={P. Ekamper and F. V. van Poppel and A. Stein and L. Lumey},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={119},
  pages={
          232-9
        }
}
  • P. Ekamper, F. V. van Poppel, +1 author L. Lumey
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Social science & medicine
  • OBJECTIVES To quantify the relation between prenatal famine exposure and adult mortality, taking into account mediating effects of intermediary life conditions. DESIGN Historical follow-up study. SETTING The Dutch famine (Hunger Winter) of 1944-1945 which occurred towards the end of WWII in occupied Netherlands. STUDY POPULATION From 408,015 Dutch male births born 1944-1947, examined for military service at age 18, we selected for follow-up all men born at the time of the famine in six… CONTINUE READING

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