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2012 Size at birth, weight gain in infancy and childhood, and adult diabetes risk in five low- or middle-income country birth cohorts
We examined associations of birth weight and weight gain in infancy and early childhood with type 2 diabetes (DM) risk in five cohorts from ...
2011 An analysis of associations between residential and school mobility and educational outcomes in South African urban children: the Birth to Twenty cohort
Using data from Birth to Twenty, a cohort of South African urban children, the current paper investigates the relationships between resident...
2010 Lead exposure is associated with a delay in the onset of puberty in South African adolescent females: findings from the Birth to Twenty cohort
Introduction: One of the suggested, yet under-researched, causes of pubertal delay is lead exposure. In South Africa blood lead levels are g...