The effects of pre-pregnancy BMI and maternal factors on the timing of adiposity rebound in offspring
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MethodsIn this study, 594 mothers (mothers who do not have diabetes and not underweight) from the longitudinal Growth and Obesity Chilean Cohort Study self-reported their weights at the beginning and end of their pregnancies, and their heights were measured. Pre-pregnancy BMI was categorized as normal weight, overweight, or obesity, and GWG was assessed according to Institute of Medicine guidelines. For children, weight and height measurements from 0 to 3 years were retrieved from records, and they were measured from age 4 to 7 years. BMI curves from 0 to 7 years were used to estimate the age at AR, which was categorized as early (<5 years), intermediate (5-7 years), or late (>7 years). The associations between pre-pregnancy BMI and GWG and early AR were tested using logistic regression models.
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Cita del ítemObesity. Volumen: 24 Número: 6 Páginas: 1313-1319 (2016)
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