Trimester of Maternal Gestational Weight Gain and Offspring Body Weight at Birth and Age Five

@article{MargerisonZilko2011TrimesterOM,
  title={Trimester of Maternal Gestational Weight Gain and Offspring Body Weight at Birth and Age Five},
  author={Claire E. Margerison-Zilko and Bina Patel Shrimali and Brenda Eskenazi and Maureen Lahiff and Allison R. Lindquist and Barbara F. Abrams},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={1215-1223}
}
To investigate associations of trimester-specific GWG with fetal birth size and BMI at age 5 years. We examined 3,015 singleton births to women without pregnancy complications from the Child Health and Development Studies prospective cohort with measured weights during pregnancy. We used multivariable regression to examine the associations between total and trimester gestational weight gain (GWG) and birth weight for gestational age and child BMI outcomes, adjusting for maternal age, race… CONTINUE READING
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