Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD)
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Environmental factors such as exposure to chemicals, diet, lifestyle, and stress, during early development or other important windows of susceptibility can lead to negative health effects throughout life and even be passed on to future generations. Research in this area is helping to explain the global increase in non-communicable diseases, and also identify opportunities for interventions to improve public health.
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