CONTEXT: Recently, a quantitative trait locus for stature was reported on chromosome 3p26 in patients with type 2 diabetes. OBJECTIVE: Given that ghrelin is a peptide involved in GH release and located on 3p26, we hypothesized that variation within its gene (GHRL) may be responsible for the quantitative trait locus on 3p26. DESIGN: The evidence for linkage around GHRL was refined with the genotyping of an additional four microsatellites (D3S4545, D3S1537, D3S1597, and D3S3611), giving a total of 27 markers, followed by multipoint variance components linkage analysis. Probands from the linkage families were typed for five common single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) within GHRL and tested for association with adult stature using haplotype trend regression. RESULTS: The maximum multipoint evidence for linkage between adult stature and the 27 microsatellites yielded an LOD score of 2.58 (P = 0.0003) between D3S1297 and D3S1304. Five common (frequency of | or =5%) SNPs were typed in the probands [two
Background: Adult height can be a marker of living conditions in early life. The aim of this study was to assess relationship between adult stature, overweight and central obesity in Backa and Banat - Vojvodina (Serbia). 4,504 adults, average age 40.62 ± 10.74, were tested. Methodology: The analysis of differences in morphological variables, BMI, WHR in stature, age and educational groups was carried out using t-test and chi-square test. Models of logistic regression were used to estimate the risk (OR; 95% CI) of obesity in different stature groups. Results: This study showed that education was a significant factor that influences stature. Most short stature subjects had primary education. The highest percentage of those with university-level education was in the tall stature group. Among men, short stature did not correlate with overweight/obesity while a smaller correlation was observed in relation to central adiposity. It, however, had a more marked influence among women. Short stature women ...
Stunting refers to children who are too short for children of the same age and sex in a WHO reference distribution, as their height growth has been restricted by poor health and nutrition. Childrens height-for-age z-scores are used to determine whether their stunting status, as they standardise the difference between a childs height compared to height of the median child of the same age and sex in the WHO reference distribution. Stunting can vary in severity: children whose heights are between one and two standard deviations less than the median reference height are mildly stunted; children whose heights are between two and three standard deviations less than the median reference height are moderately stunted; and children whose heights are more than three standard deviations lower than the median reference height are severely stunted.. ...
The metaphysis of the patients with delayed puberty usually takes longer duration to mature when compared to the normal population. Thus, final adult height in patients of delayed puberty is slightly more than the final adult height of a normal individual. If the bone age shows a difference of ≥ 4 years, it may reflect an additional increase of 8 cm in the final adult height of the patient with delayed puberty. Final adult height can be calculated through Bayley-Pinneau tables.[10][11] ...
Stature (adult height) is one of the most heritable human traits, yet few genes, if any, have been convincingly associated with adult height variation in the general population. Here, we selected 150 tag SNPs from eight candidate genes in the growth hormone (GH)/insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF1) axis (GHR, GHRH, GHRHR, IGF1, IGFALS, IGFBP3, JAK2, STAT5B), and genotyped them in ∼2,200 individuals ascertained for short or tall stature. Nominally significant tag SNPs were then tested in three additional replication cohorts, including a family-based panel to rule out spurious associations owing to population stratification. Across the four height cohorts (N = 6,075 individuals), we did not observe any consistent associations between stature and common variants (≥5% minor allele frequency) in these eight genes, including a common deletion of the growth hormone receptor gene exon 3. Tests of epistatic interactions between these genes did not yield any results beyond those expected by chance. Although we
Nationwide age references for sitting height, leg length, and sitting height/height ratio, and their diagnostic value for disproportionate growth disorders ...
Human height variation is determined by genetic and environmental factors, but it remains unclear whether their influences differ across birth-year cohorts. We conducted an individual-based pooled analysis of 40 twin cohorts including 143,390 complete twin pairs born 1886-1994. Although genetic variance showed a generally increasing trend across the birth-year cohorts, heritability estimates (0.69-0.84 in men and 0.53-0.78 in women) did not present any clear pattern of secular changes. Comparing geographic-cultural regions (Europe, North America and Australia, and East Asia), total height variance was greatest in North America and Australia and lowest in East Asia, but no clear pattern in the heritability estimates across the birth-year cohorts emerged. Our findings do not support the hypothesis that heritability of height is lower in populations with low living standards than in affluent populations, nor that heritability of height will increase within a population as living standards ...
Helpful, trusted answers from doctors: Dr. Goldenberg on height percentile boys: You reach puberty. Growth occurs through stage IV of sexual maturation in males & ceases in stage v, between 18-21 years of age. If youre concerned about short stature, consult your physician.
Downloadable! Chronic malnutrition during early childhood hinders growth and causes children to fall into a lower growth trajectory. In order to recover, children need to experience growth rates that are above the expected rate for their age. Several studies have analysed the extent of such catch-up growth by regressing adult height on early childhood height. In this paper, I show that these studies confuse catch-up growth with within-population convergence and are further plagued by a well-known statistical fallacy of regression-to-the-mean. This calls for a re-evaluation of the existing evidence. In the empirical part of the paper, I use data from the Philippines and the Kagera region in Tanzania to study catch-up growth. I find limited recovery in the Philippines cohort. In Kagera, almost 75 per cent of the children experience catch-up growth. The mean height-for-age z-score improves from -1.87 in early childhood to -1.20 by adulthood. Graphical analysis reveals that this catch-up growth takes place
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Background Identifying standard pubertal growth patterns using longitudinal anthropometric steps is definitely important in growth assessment. included in this study. Height in boys and girls was similar at age 6.5 to 9.5 years. Girls subsequently grew faster and were taller than boys at age 10.5 to 11.5 years. Starting at age 12.5 years, male height caught up and exceeded female height. Height gain trajectories showed that annual height gain among girls increased slowly and peaked during age 9.5 to 11.5 years, while male height gains declined Rabbit polyclonal to ZNF75A slightly at first and peaked at age 11.5 to 12.5 years. Sex differences in height gains were significant during the period from age 7.5 to 14.5 years GSK1059615 (< 0.0001). Growth rate and height gain trajectories were similar between sexes. Conclusions Sex differences in growth trajectory were significant, and female height gain peaked approximately 2 years earlier than male height gain. (height gainor growth rate+ 3 sex+ 4 age ...
Most human traits and common diseases have a complex genetic makeup involving more than one gene. The work presented in this thesis investigates standing body height and the common disease type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). In study I we analyzed two single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the TCF7L2 gene that had been shown to be associated with T2DM. Analysis was performed in the ULSAM population cohort of ~1500 males. We were able to replicate the association to type 2 diabetes and in addition to that we made a novel find, showing association between the risk alleles and increased proinsulin levels. In study II we analyzed four genes identified to be associated with T2DM in a genome-wide association study. We analyzed SNPs in these genes in the ULSAM population cohort and found an association between SNPs in the HHEX gene and insulin responses and insulin levels. The aim of studies III-V was to identify genes affecting normal variation in standing body height. Using a candidate gene approach ...
The negative effects on adult height were greater for children who were younger when they enrolled in the trial, but these differences were not significant. The investigators found that the difference in growth velocity occurred primarily in prepubertal children who were 5-10 years of age at enrollment. The evaluation of cumulative dose also demonstrated a dose-response effect. Patients who received higher daily doses of inhaled steroids during the treatment had a correspondingly greater reduction in their average adult height. Other factors associated with a lower adult height were Hispanic ethnicity and female sex as well as skin test reactivity and vitamin D insufficiency. Of interest, cumulative prednisone exposure during the treatment phase was not associated with differences in adult height. The height difference ultimately displayed by the children resulted from differences in their growth velocity in the first 2 years after trial enrollment. Kelly and colleagues concluded that this ...
Body height is a life-history component. It involves important costs for its expression and maintenance, which may originate trade-offs on other costly components such as reproduction or immunity. Although previous evidence has supported the idea that human height could be a sexually selected trait, the explanatory mechanisms that underlie this selection are poorly understood. Despite extensive studies on the association between height and attractiveness, the role of immunity in linking this relation is scarcely studied, particularly in non-Western populations. Here, we tested whether human height is related to health measured by self-perception, and relevant nutritional and health anthropometric indicators in three Latin-American populations that widely differ in socioeconomic and ecological conditions: two urbanised populations from Bogota (Colombia) and Mexico City (Mexico), and one isolated indigenous population (MePhaa, Mexico). Results showed that self-reported health is best predicted by an
BACKGROUND: The extent to which adult height, a biomarker of the interplay of genetic endowment and early-life experiences, is related to risk of chronic diseases in adulthood is uncertain. METHODS: We calculated hazard ratios (HRs) for height, assessed in increments of 6.5 cm, using individual-participant data on 174374 deaths or major non-fatal vascular outcomes recorded among 1085949 people in 121 prospective studies. RESULTS: For people born between 1900 and 1960, mean adult height increased 0.5-1 cm with each successive decade of birth. After adjustment for age, sex, smoking and year of birth, HRs per 6.5 cm greater height were 0.97 (95% confidence interval: 0.96-0.99) for death from any cause, 0.94 (0.93-0.96) for death from vascular causes, 1.04 (1.03-1.06) for death from cancer and 0.92 (0.90-0.94) for death from other causes. Height was negatively associated with death from coronary disease, stroke subtypes, heart failure, stomach and oral cancers, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, mental
A relation between body height and the risk of cardiovascular disease, specifically coronary heart disease (CHD), was reported as early as 1951 by Gertler et al. [1], and has been repeatedly observed in the last 15 years [2-15]. The observation has been reported from many countries including England and Wales [6, 7, 14], Norway [16], Finland [17], Sweden [5, 10]and the United States [2, 4, 8, 11-13, 15], and persists even after adjustment for known CHD risk factors. Gender has not been an issue, because the phenomenon occurs in both women and men, although not always in the same study [8, 12, 15]. Disclaimers have arisen, not about the presence of the observation, but rather about its explanation.. Aging [16]and abnormal lung function [13, 18, 19]have been proposed as factors that influence the statistical association between short stature and CHD. However, when these factors are accounted for within the statistical models, the association persists, albeit weaker [8, 11, 14, 16]. The role of ...
Aim: To assess the relationship between severity of small for gestational age (SGA) and risk of poor school performance, and to investigate whether adult stature modifies this risk.. Methods: 1,088,980 term Swedish children born 1973-1988 were categorized into severe SGA (,-3 standard deviations (SD) of expected birth weight), moderate SGA (-2.01 to -3 SD), mild SGA (-1.01 to -2 SD) and appropriate for gestational age (-1 to 0.99 SD). Risk of poor school performance at time of graduating from compulsory school (grades ,10th percentile) was calculated using unconditional logistic regression models and adjusted for socioeconomic factors. In a sub-analysis, we stratified boys by adult stature, and adjusted for maternal but not paternal height.. Results: All SGA groups were significantly associated with increased risk of poor school performance, with adjusted odds ratios (aOR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) ranging from 1.85 (1.65-2.07) for severe SGA to 1.25 (1.22-1.28) for mild SGA. In the ...
Objectives: Although male height is positively associated with many aspects of mate quality, average height men attain higher reproductive success in US populations. We hypothesize that this is because the advantages associated with taller stature accrue mainly from not being short, rather than from being taller than average. Lower fertility by short men may be a consequence of their and their partners lower scores on aspects of mate quality. Taller men, although they score higher on mate quality compared to average height men, may have lower fertility because they are more likely to be paired with taller women, who are potentially less fertile.. Methods: We analyzed data from The Integrated Health Interview Series (IHIS) of the United States (N = 165,606). Segmented regression was used to examine patterns across the height continuum.. Results: On all aspects of own and partner quality, shorter men scored lower than both average height and taller men. Height more strongly predicted these ...
Regression to the mean occurs whenever a nonrandom sample is selected from a population and two imperfectly correlated variables are measured, such as two consecutive blood pressure measurements. The less correlated the two variables, the larger the effect of regression to the mean. Also, the more extreme the value from the population mean, the more room there is to regress to the mean. It occurs whenever a group is selected with extreme values for one variable and another variable is then measured.1 2. Francis Galton documented the phenomenon in 1886. Galton measured the height of 930 adult children and their parents and calculated the average height of the parents. He noted that when the average height of the parents was greater than the mean of the population, the children tended to be shorter then the parents. Likewise, when the average height of the parents was shorter than the population mean, the children tended to be taller than their parents. Galton called this phenomenon regression ...
The idea that oral ingestion of such a common, easy to obtain supplement to help one grow taller is shocking, but it does seem, based on the backing of the medical professionals, that taking Iron supplements when a person is still developing has a very noticeable effect on their final adult height.. Originally, the article was brought up by someone from the reddit/r/tall subreddit group and it lead me back to a very short, blurb of a post I wrote last year on the link between Iron and people being taller. Back then, I did absolutely no work or analysis on what is really going on. - (http://www.naturalheightgrowth.com/2014/02/07/increased-height-iron/). Here is my new, much more detailed analysis on the link.. First, we have to realize that almost any type of vitamin/mineral/nutritional deficiency that one suffers when one is younger, particularly when one is still a baby, infant, or child, has the effect of stunting the growth of the person. While the human body is said to be almost all Carbon, ...
Inorganic semi-conductors have a simple construction and have made high-performance computers possible. In contrast, organic semi-conductors are complex but enable production of innovative electronic circuits, as vividly demonstrated by the first prototypes for roll-up screens. Yet these benefits of organic semi-conductors can only be fully harnessed when the response of their organic molecular layer - whose thinness is crucial in functional terms - is better understood. The national research network (NRN) Interface controlled and functionalised organic thin films of the Austrian Science Fund FWF is contributing to precisely this understanding.. MICROSCOPIC HEIGHT MEASUREMENT. In the latest issue of SCIENCE, a team from the NRN has now been able to show that organic molecules spread out on a carrier material in a previously unknown form to create thin electrically conductive films. As Prof. Christian Teichert from the Institute of Physics at the University of Leoben explains: Totally ...
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An international team of researchers reveals 83 new genetic variants that affect human height. Some of these influence adult height by more than 2 cm.
I cant replace the terrain itself, as in the heights, because I need to stay matched to what FlightGear has so my heli can still land on the ground. However, what I can do is replace the current FG terrain for this area with some higher res height data, this was built off of 30m height data and I have access to 10m height data, which should help a lot. I hope it fixes the river, because the biggest problem right now is the Willamette River in FG overflows its banks and knocks out several blocks of downtown on its west side. Thats what those empty blocks are on the right side of the picture, because the osm2city tool I used to generate the buildings wouldnt put them in the water ...
BACKGROUND: Comparable global data on health and nutrition of school-aged children and adolescents are scarce. We aimed to estimate age trajectories and time trends in mean height and mean body-mass index (BMI), which measures weight gain beyond what is expected from height gain, for school-aged children and adolescents.. METHODS: For this pooled analysis, we used a database of cardiometabolic risk factors collated by the Non-Communicable Disease Risk Factor Collaboration. We applied a Bayesian hierarchical model to estimate trends from 1985 to 2019 in mean height and mean BMI in 1-year age groups for ages 5-19 years. The model allowed for non-linear changes over time in mean height and mean BMI and for non-linear changes with age of children and adolescents, including periods of rapid growth during adolescence.. FINDINGS: We pooled data from 2181 population-based studies, with measurements of height and weight in 65 million participants in 200 countries and territories. In 2019, we estimated a ...
A total of 1243 (86.8%) women were traced and invited to participate in the study, and 67.9% of these women (396 treated and 448 untreated) agreed. This paper reports on womens satisfaction with the decision that was made to have treatment to reduce their adult height.. In a postal questionnaire women were asked to comment on a range of issues including how they felt about their current height, the assessment and treatment procedures, and the decision whether or not to have treatment. While untreated women were almost unanimously glad they were not treated (99.1%), no matter how tall they became, 42.1% of the treated women expressed dissatisfaction with the decision that was made.. There was no clear association between satisfaction with treatment and the womens final height. However, dissatisfaction was related to:. ...
There were definite height differences among the selections, and bulb size did affect final height for some of the selections (Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, and Figure 4). Eden tended to be shorter than the other selections for all three bulb sizes evaluated. The 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 and 7 1/2 to 8 1/2 Eden were significantly shorter at first flower than Nellie White, the commercial control. Both bulb sizes of 94-24 and 94-36 produced plants shorter than Nellie White while the 93-19, 93-24, and 94-31 plants were taller than the commercial control. Plant height increased with bulb circumference for Eden and 94-31; bulb size did not affect height of Nellie White, 94-24, or 94-36. Establishing a specific desired height for Easter lilies is difficult. Miller (1992) suggests that The best height for your plants is the height your customer wants them. An informal poll of lily growers during Spring of 1998 indicated that a general target height (including the pot) is about 22 inches. All of the ...
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Since the 1800s, the BMI has seen continued use by health professionals as a quick assessment of ones health. Today, the BMI is still used to judge if a person is obese (BMI , 30 kg/m²), overweight (25 , BMI , 30), normal weight (18.5 , BMI , 25), or underweight (BMI , 18.5 kg/m²). But is the BMI a reasonable metric? Does it make sense for ones body mass to be proportional to the square of ones height? People of above average height, particularly men, often find that their BMI seems high despite being lean and fit. Shorter people, particularly women, similarly may find that their BMI seems low even with noticeable excess weight in the midsection. The BMI standards are most applicable for people who are close to average human height, but the standards lose their usefulness for everyone else. Considering that the average man and woman are already naturally about 8 cm above and below the average human height, respectively, it would seem that BMI immediately tends toward classifying men as ...
One of the canonical examples of a normal (Gaussian) distribution is adult heights. But why should heights be normally distributed?
Exercise, combined with a sound diet and proper posture, can be beneficial to your body in a variety of different ways. Doing exercises to increase height while you are young and still growing can indeed help you grow taller, but its important to remember that during this period of your life, your body still has a lot of growing to do. Exercises and stretches releases height growth hormones, which speed and enhance growth spurts.. However, there are many sites out there that claim to know exercises to increase height that can lengthen the bones after one has reached adulthood. Dont listen to these claims. Your bones cant lengthen when you stretch them. Theyre done growing. The only way you could possibly physically lengthen your bones is by surgery, which is expensive, risky, painful, and very difficult.. However, this isnt to say that exercises to increase height are entirely useless. If you have reached adulthood and are still dissatisfied with your height, there are still many ways to ...
RESULTS: Follow-up rates were ,90% until 18 years, when 166 (74%) of 225 EPT subjects and 153 (60%) of 253 controls were assessed. EPT subjects had lower weight z scores than controls at birth, with a much greater difference at discharge, which reduced progressively until age 18 years. EPT children were shorter than controls at all ages, and this difference did not alter greatly over time. BMI z scores were lower in EPT children at younger ages, but by age 18 were similar between groups. Height at age 2 was a better predictor of height at age 18 in EPT participants, compared with midparental height. ...
Everyone assumes that if you are a twin, you look the same and are the same height as your brother or sister. This is not entirely true, a new medical study examined 565 pairs of twins and measured their height with their shoes off. They found an 11% variation in height among twins. The average man in the United States of 59″, add 11% to that, you get an astounding height of 64″. Based on these numbers, the average man has 7 inches of height from environmental factors. This is why it is so critical to provide your body with the perfect environmental height factors to achieve your height goals. So what are these important environmental factors?. Nutrition, Sleep, & Not Smoking. The most important of the three is nutrition. Nutrition necessary for bone growth includes protein, vitamins, & minerals. This is the basis behind the design and formula of Peak Height Maximizer. This height supplement was designed by a Medical Doctor based on numerous medical studies to contain a unique blend of ...
Tall stature is associated with decreased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) independently of socioeconomic position or smoking behaviour.1,,2 Several plausible explanations exist for this association. Firstly, genetic factors that determine growth patterns may be associated with CHD risk. Secondly, coronary artery vessel diameter increases with height, and vessels with smaller diameters may result in clinical disease outcomes with relatively smaller amounts of atherosclerosis.1 Thirdly, adult height shrinks with age and with general ill health and immobility, and so the height-CHD association may really be one of reverse causation.3 Fourthly, the association between height and CHD may simply be a reflection of the established birth weight-CHD association.4 Lastly, factors affecting childhood growth, such as infant feeding, childhood diet, and parental smoking, may also influence CHD risk and hence explain the link.5. In some studies the height-CHD association is attenuated to the null with ...
In a comprehensive approach to analyze statural growth after KTx in children, lengths of four linear body components were prospectively measured in a large cohort, covering the whole age range from early childhood until adulthood.. In early childhood, age-related lengths of all linear body dimensions (height, arm and leg lengths, and sitting height) were significantly lower compared with those in healthy children. Stunting was disproportionate with preferential impairment of leg growth and preserved trunk growth. After early childhood, we observed a distinct pattern of restoration of disproportionate stunting with a sustained increase in standardized leg length and constant decrease in standardized sitting height, resulting in substantial catch-up growth and almost complete harmonization of body proportions by adult age. This pattern of growth after KTx in childhood was associated with several important factors, which could be identified in this study: time after KTx, congenital CKD, bone ...
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Distance from floor to top of piano. Height: 103 cm Weight:. I cut the legs off my table top like stand to get it at that height. My Quick Loc X stand I cut.. Universal Bench with Low-Height Legs; Universal Bench. its easy to choose the correct Kreg Screw. Maxi-Loc screws are a great choice for the majority of.Measured average height, weight, and waist circumference for adults ages 20 years and over. Men: Height (inches): 69.3 Weight (pounds): 195.5 Waist circumference ...
A 2016 survey on adult height after growth hormone treatment in patients with idiopathic growth hormone deficiency : Combination treatment with anabolic steroid hormone improves adult height in boys (2018 ...
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16-year-old Helena Muffly wrote exactly 100 years ago today: Tuesday, February 6, 1912: Am trying to get ready for monthly exams. They come tomorrow and the day after. I have sad hopes and misgivings for one study especially. Her middle-aged granddaughters comments 100 years later: Ive recently posted many of Grandmas diary recent entries which indicated…
Whats noteworthy about this observation that the varying heights of populations are not limited primarily by their genetic differences is that the best estimates peg the heritability of height at around 80 percent. That is, within a population in a consistent environment, 80 percent of the variation in height owes to genetic factors. (Or if you prefer, your parents height was 80 percent predictive of your own because their height suggested how much your height might vary from the mean.) In the case of height, those genetic factors are still rather obscure-a Nature Genetics paper published last summer suggested that tiny nudges might be scattered throughout the genome rather than concentrating within a few clearly identifiable tallness or shortness alleles. But whatever the case, two facts are undeniable: (1) a genetic signal in height is undeniable, and (2) environmental influences can swamp-not erase, but overwhelm-the variation otherwise attributable to genetics, which is why the ...
On a transparent substrate, a photosensitive resin layer, which is made of an acrylic positive photosensitive resin layer, is formed so as to cover stripe-shaped conductive wires and a portion between the conductive wires. In this case, at least a part of the photosensitive resin layer, that covers the conductive wire, is removed. And then, a transparent conductive film is formed on the photosensitive resin layer and the conductive wire, and the transparent conductive film is patterned so as to form transparent electrodes. Such an electrode substrate can obtain high evenness when a height difference is at 0.11 &mgr;m or less between a projecting portion, which appears on the photosensitive resin layer around the ends of the conductive wires after the photosensitive resin layer has been removed so as to expose the conductive wire, and the virtually even surface of the resin film at a portion where the conductive wire is not formed, and a height difference is 0.11 &mgr;m or less between the projecting
Peak detection and measurement. The spreadsheet PeakDetection.xls and PeakDetection.xlsx implement the simple derivative zero-crossing peak detection method. The input x,y data are contained in Sheet1, column A and B, rows 9 to 1200. (You can paste your own data there). The amplitude threshold and slope threshold are set in cells B4 and E4, respectively. Smoothing and differentiation are performed by the convolution technique used by the spreadsheet DerivativeSmoothing.xls described previously. The Smooth Width and the Fit Width are both controlled by the number of non-zero convolution coefficients in row 6, columns J through Z. (In order to compute a symmetrical first derivative, the coefficients in columns J to Q must be the negatives of the positive coefficients in columns S to Z). The original data and the smoothed derivative are shown in the two charts. The peak index numbers, X-axis positions, and peak heights are listed in columns AC to AF. Peak heights are computed two ways: Height is ...
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To the best of our knowledge, this study is the first to report the results on the effect of height loss on mortality in women followed from middle age. Previous studies of men and mixed samples, including populations followed from a baseline age of 40 years, have shown height loss to be associated with total mortality, with risk ratios or HRs between 1.45 and 3.43.9-11 Previous studies of female populations were started at older ages and their results are discordant. Hillier and colleagues showed that in a cohort of women aged 65 years or older at baseline, losing at least 5 cm over 15 years was associated with an increased hazard for mortality of 45% compared with women losing less height.12 However, another study of women of the same baseline age found no significant effect of 4 year height loss of more than 2 cm.9 The lack of association in that study could possibly be explained by low power due to few women classified as exposed; additionally the low number of deaths during follow-up. ...
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Infants born small for gestational age (SGA) have an increased risk of neurologic and intellectual dysfunction. Most of these infants catch up in growth and attain normal height, although some do not. Whether catch-up growth influences intellectual function is not known. To analyze whether intellect …