Can Specific Prenatal Exposure at Critical Time Points Alter Foetal Development with Life-Long Consequences?
A review by Lumley and colleagues of famine data considered relationships between acute exposures to prenatal famine and adult physical and mental health. The results showed consistent associations between prenatal famine and adult body size, diabetes, and schizophrenia. The possible mechanism cited could be epigenetic programming during early pregnancy.
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