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National Health & Medical Research Council - Postgraduate Scholarship

So like your Mum! Is the health and nutrition of mothers in far north Queensland reflected in the growth and nutrition of their children in early life?

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$93,777 over 3 years
Factors in `the First Thousand Days? from conception, through pregnancy and up to age 2 years, influence health through life. A mother?s health and nutrition, and early feeding of her baby `program? for later health, predisposing to good health and development, or to early anaemia with associated developmental delay, or to increased susceptibility to chronic disease in adult life. This research will use linked routine health service data for approximately 5,400 mother and baby pairs, including about 970 babies of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander mothers, born over a two year period. The study will examine antenatal and early life factors in relation to child growth and early childhood anaemia.
Dympna Leonard (College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Nurtrition; Indigenous Health; Population Health

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