Published in Cardiovascular Device Liability Week, June 6th, 2004
"The fetal-origins hypothesis suggests that maternal and fetal nutrition can have a profound and sustained impact on the health of the offspring in adult life," investigators in Australia report.
"Although there is abundant literature reporting on the associations between birth weight and disease risk factors, only a handful of studies have been able to examine the relationship between maternal nutrition in pregnancy with the health of offspring in adult life directly," wrote R.R. Huxley...
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