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Do intrauterine growth restriction and overweight at primary school age increase the risk of elevated body mass index in young adults?
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research
Obesity is one of the rising public health problems characterized as a risk factor for many chronic diseases in adulthood. Early life events such as intrauterine growth restriction, as well as life style, are associated with an increased prevalence of this disease. The present study was performed to determine if intrauterine growth restriction interacts with overweight at primary school age to affect body mass index (BMI) in young adults. From June 1, 1978 to May 31, 1979, 6827 singletondoi:10.1590/s0100-879x2007000900011 pmid:17876485 fatcat:r3fsm3xu7bgl7mxuizvqrqsixy