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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · January 22, 2021

Gestational Sleep Deprivation Is Associated With Higher Offspring BMI and BP



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Gestational Sleep Deprivation Is Associated With Higher Offspring Body Mass Index and Blood Pressure
Sleep 2020 Dec 14;43(12)zsaa110, MW Harskamp-van Ginkel, D Ierodiakonou, K Margetaki, M Vafeiadi, M Karachaliou, M Kogevinas, TGM Vrijkotte, L Chatzi

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