Early-pregnancy is a crucial period for the development of offspring health and disease. In this thesis is described that a suboptimal maternal glucose metabolism already in early-pregnancy is associated with adverse offspring cardio-metabolic outcomes in childhood. These findings are subsequently translated to prediction models for early identification of women at increased risk of adverse offspring health outcomes.

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V.W.V. Jaddoe (Vincent)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Generation R Study Group

Wahab, R. (2021, November 2). Early-pregnancy Glucose Metabolism and Childhood Health: From associations to prediction. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/137042