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Life course programming of stress responses in adolescents and young adults in India: Protocol of the Stress Responses in Adolescence and Vulnerability to Adult Non-communicable disease (SRAVANA) Study

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Background: Early life nutrition may affect individuals' susceptibility to adult non-communicable diseases (NCD). Psychological stress is a well-recognised NCD risk factor. Recent evidence suggests that impaired foetal nutrition alters neuro-endocrine pathways, and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis feedback systems, resulting in abnormal stress responses, and NCD risk. This study aims to examine adolescent cortisol and cardiovascular stress responses in relation to mater...

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0000-0002-6532-8272
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0000-0001-7821-4007
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Medical Research Council
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MC_PC_MR/R018545/1
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Wellcome Trust-DBT India Alliance
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IA/CPHS/16/1/502655
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F1000Research
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Volume:
3
Pages:
56
Publication date:
2018-05-10
Acceptance date:
2018-05-04
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2398-502X
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30027123
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English
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892139
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2019-06-28

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