Book 2011

Evolution of Cardio-Metabolic Risk from Birth to Middle Age:

The Bogalusa Heart Study

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ISBN: 978-94-007-1450-2 (Print) 978-94-007-1451-9 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-1

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    Pages 1-8

    Exploring Chromosomal Leukocyte Telomere Length Dynamics in the Bogalusa Heart Study

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    Chapter

    Pages 9-20

    Fetal Origins of Variables Related to Cardio-Metabolic Risk

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    Chapter

    Pages 21-33

    Trajectories of Variables Related to Cardio-Metabolic Risk from Childhood to Young Adulthood

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    Chapter

    Pages 35-52

    Evolution of Metabolic Syndrome from Childhood

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    Chapter

    Pages 53-63

    Black–White Divergence Influencing Impaired Fasting Glucose and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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    Chapter

    Pages 65-76

    Birth Weight, Stimulus Response and Hemodynamic Variability Implicate Racial (Black–White) Contrasts of Autonomic Control of Heart Rate and Blood Pressure and Related Cardiovascular Disease

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    Chapter

    Pages 77-92

    Obesity—Findings from the Bogalusa Heart Study

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    Chapter

    Pages 93-97

    Morbid Obesity and Premature Death in the Young

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    Chapter

    Pages 99-131

    Target Organ Damage Related to Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Youth

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    Chapter

    Pages 133-141

    The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study and the Special Turku Coronary Risk Factor Intervention Project (STRIP)

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    Chapter

    Pages 143-153

    Prevention of Heart Disease in Childhood—Encouragement of Primordial Prevention

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    Chapter

    Pages 155-183

    Dietary Intake of Children over Two Decades in a Community and an Approach for Modification

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    Chapter

    Pages 185-197

    Cardiovascular Health Promotion—Physical Fitness in the School Setting

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    Pages 199-208

    Primordial Prevention Through School Health Promotion

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 205-205