|Title:||Body mass index growth trajectories, early pubertal maturation, and short stature||Authors:||Fan, Hsien-Yu
|Issue Date:||2-Dec-2019||Source:||Pediatric research||Abstract:||
Childhood body mass index (BMI) trajectory classes are rarely linked to early puberty risk, particularly among Chinese children. We estimated early puberty risk across BMI trajectory classes, investigated factors contributing to pubertal development, and examined differences in final adult height between children exhibiting early and nonearly pubertal maturation across the classes.
|Appears in Collections:||流行病學與預防醫學研究所|
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