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Prevalences of cardiometabolic risk and lifestyle factors in young parents: evidence from a German birth cohort study

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Brunner, Jana ; Fill Malfertheiner, Sara ; Brandstetter, Susanne ; Seelbach-Göbel, Birgit ; Apfelbacher, Christian J. ; Melter, Michael ; Kabesch, Michael ; Baessler, Andrea ; Arndt, Petra ; Berneburg, Mark ; Böse-O’Reilly, Stephan ; Brunner, Romuald ; Buchalla, Wolfgang ; Franke, André ; Häusler, Sebastian ; Heid, Iris M. ; Herr, Caroline ; Högler, Wolfgang ; Kerzel, Sebastian ; Koller, Michael ; Leitzmann, Michael ; Rothfuß, David ; Rösch, Wolfgang H. ; Schaub, Bianca ; Weber, Bernhard H. F. ; Weidinger, Stephan ; Wellmann, Sven
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Background Studies show that parents significantly impact their children's health through their cardiometabolic risk profile and health behavior. There is only little information about the prevalence of cardiometabolic risk factors and lifestyle factors among new parents yet. The aims of this study are therefore to evaluate the prevalences of cardiometabolic risk factors in parents of infants in ...


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