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The association of lead exposure during pregnancy and childhood anthropometry in the Mexican PROGRESS cohort

Body Composition Assessment
Renzetti S et al.
Used Parameters : BFM, PBF

Publication Year : 2016

Country : USA

Journal : Environmental Research

Lead exposure during pregnancy remains a public health problem with potential lifelong impacts on children's growth and development. Mexico is unique in that stunting and obesity are both major public health concerns in children. This situation might be exacerbated by lead exposure which remains more common in Mexico than in the United States due in part to the use of lead glazed pottery in food preparation and storage. Our objective is to determine how lead exposure during pregnancy is associated with children's growth …
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