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Maternal Lipids Are as Important as Glucose for Fetal Growth: Findings from the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study

SMITA R. KULKARNI MSC KALYANARAMAN KUMARAN DM FFPH SHOBHA R. RAO PHD SURESH D. CHOUGULE MSW TUKARAM M. DEOKAR MSW ANKUSH J. BHALERAO MSW VISHNU A. SOLAT MSW DATTATRAY S. BHAT MSC CAROLINE H.D. FALL

Response to Comment on: Hardikar et al. Spuriously High Prevalence of Prediabetes Diagnosed by HbA1c in Young Indians Partly Explained by Hematological Factors and Iron Deficiency Anemia. Diabetes Care 2012;35:797–802

. PALLAVI S. HARDIKAR, BMTECH1 SUYOG M. JOSHI, MSC1 DATTATRAY S. BHAT, MSC1 DEEPA A. RAUT, BMTECH1 PRACHI A. KATRE, MSC2 HIMANGI G. LUBREE, MSC1 ABHAY JERE, PHD2 ANAND N. PANDIT, MD3 CAROLINE H.D. FALL

Intrauterine Exposure to Maternal Diabetes Is Associated With Higher Adiposity and Insulin Resistance and Clustering of Cardiovascular Risk Markers in Indian Children

GHATTU V. KRISHNAVENI PHD SARGOOR R. VEENA MBBS JACQUELINE C. HILL PHD SARAH KEHOE MSC SAMUEL C. KARAT CAROLINE H.D. FALL DM C a r d i o v a s c u l a r a n d OBJECTIVE - To test the hypothesis that

Spuriously High Prevalence of Prediabetes Diagnosed by HbA1c in Young Indians Partly Explained by Hematological Factors and Iron Deficiency Anemia

PALLAVI S. HARDIKAR BMTECH SUYOG M. JOSHI MSC DATTATRAY S. BHAT MSC DEEPA A. RAUT BMTECH PRACHI A. KATRE MSC HIMANGI G. LUBREE MSC ABHAY JERE PHD ANAND N. PANDIT CAROLINE H.D. FALL MB CHB DM FRCPH

Size at Birth, Weight Gain in Infancy and Childhood, and Adult Diabetes Risk in Five Low- or Middle-Income Country Birth Cohorts

. STEIN PHD 9 NIKHIL TANDON 8 CAROLINE H.D. FALL DM 1 THE COHORTS GROUP 7 0 Universidade Federal de Pelotas , Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul , Brazil; the 1 Medical Research Council Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit

Adult Metabolic Syndrome and Impaired Glucose Tolerance Are Associated With Different Patterns of BMI Gain During Infancy: Data from the New Delhi birth cohort

CAROLINE H.D. FALL DM HARSHPAL SINGH SACHDEV CLIVE OSMOND PHD RAMAKRISHNAN LAKSHMY PHD SUSHANT DEY BISWAS MSTAT DORAIRAJ PRABHAKARAN DM NIKHIL TANDON PHD SIDDHARTH RAMJI K. SRINATH REDDY DM DAVID J.P

Determinants of Incident Hyperglycemia 6 Years After Delivery in Young Rural Indian Mothers: The Pune Maternal Nutrition Study (PMNS)

SMITA R. KULKARNI MSC CAROLINE H.D. FALL DM FRCPCH NIRANJAN V. JOSHI DNB HIMANGI G. LUBREE MSC VAISHALI U. DESHPANDE MSC RASHMI V. PASARKAR MSC DATTATRAY S. BHAT MSC SADANAND S. NAIK PHD CHITTARANJAN

Anthropometry, Glucose Tolerance, and Insulin Concentrations in Indian Children: Relationships to maternal glucose and insulin concentrations during pregnancy

GHATTU V. KRISHNAVENI MBBS JACQUELINE C. HILL PHD SAMANTHA D. LEARY PHD SARGOOR R. VEENA MBBS JULIA SAPERIA MSC ANANDATHIRTHA SAROJA SAMUEL C. KARAT CAROLINE H.D. FALL DM M e t a b o l i c S y n d r

Higher Offspring Birth Weight Predicts the Metabolic Syndrome in Mothers but Not Fathers 8 Years After Delivery: The Pune Children’s Study

In Europid populations, low birth weight of offspring predicts insulin resistance in the mother and cardiovascular disease in both parents. We investigated the association between birth weight of offspring and obesity and cardiovascular risk in the parents of 477 8-year-old children born at the King Edward Memorial Hospital, Pune, India. Eight years after the birth of the child, ...