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Gestational Weight Gain, Weight Retention and Risk to Develop Overweight and Obesity in Rural Guatemalan Women
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The Importance Of Gestational Weight Gain And Psychosocial Factors To Postpartum Changes In Maternal Body Weight, And Applications Of Prospect Theory To Understanding Women’S Conceptualization Of Weight Change Lipsky, Leah (2010-08-05)This research sought to examine the contribution of pregnancy and psychosocial factors to weight change in women of reproductive age using two approaches. The first involved analysis of data from a prospective cohort study ...
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