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Ethnic differences in neonatal body composition in a multi-ethnic population and the impact of parental factors: a population-based cohort study
(Public Library of Science, 2013-08-29)
Background Neonates from low and middle income countries (LAMIC) tend to have lower birth weight compared with Western European (WE) neonates. Parental height, BMI and maternal parity, age and educational level often ...
No increase in new users of blood glucose-lowering drugs in Norway 2006-2011: a nationwide prescription database study
(BioMed Central, 2014-05-29)
Background National estimates for the occurrence of diabetes are difficult to obtain, particularly time trends in incidence. The aim was to describe time trends in prevalent and incident use of blood glucose-lowering ...
Doctor-certified sickness absence in first and second trimesters of pregnancy among native and immigrant women in Norway
Aims: The authors sought to estimate differences in doctor-certified sickness absence during pregnancy among immigrant and native women. Methods: Population-based cohort study of pregnant women attending three Child Health ...