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Childhood energy intake and cancer mortality in adulthood

A retrospective mortality follow-up of a British survey of family diet and health (1937-1939) identified significant associations between childhood energy intake and mortality from cancer, particularly those cancers not thought to be associated with smoking. This is the first large-scale epidemiolog... Full description

Journal Title: Nutrition reviews 1999, Vol.57(1), pp.21-24
Main Author: Must , A.
Other Authors: Lipman , R.D.
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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title: Childhood energy intake and cancer mortality in adulthood
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  • Lipman , R.D.
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  • Energy Intake
  • Neoplasms
  • Adults
  • Mortality
  • Epidemiology
  • Low Calorie Diet
  • Child Nutrition
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description: A retrospective mortality follow-up of a British survey of family diet and health (1937-1939) identified significant associations between childhood energy intake and mortality from cancer, particularly those cancers not thought to be associated with smoking. This is the first large-scale epidemiologic study to suggest that the observed reduction in tumor incidence in energy-restricted rodents has relevance for humans. ; Includes references ; p. 21-24.
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abstractA retrospective mortality follow-up of a British survey of family diet and health (1937-1939) identified significant associations between childhood energy intake and mortality from cancer, particularly those cancers not thought to be associated with smoking. This is the first large-scale epidemiologic study to suggest that the observed reduction in tumor incidence in energy-restricted rodents has relevance for humans.
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