Focus on Fetal Programming – Contributions from a Copenhagen Symposium
Fetal programming – expands the obstetrician's field of work
David Barker (1938–2013) – a giant in reproductive epidemiology
Dietary recommendations for obese pregnant women: current questions and controversies
Childhood consequences of maternal obesity and excessive weight gain during pregnancy
Epigenetics as the mediator of fetal programming of adult onset disease: what is the evidence?
Genetic, nongenetic and epigenetic risk determinants in developmental programming of type 2 diabetes
Impact of fetal and neonatal environment on beta cell function and development of diabetes
Rationale, design, and method of the Diabetes & Women's Health study – a study of long-term health implications of glucose intolerance in pregnancy and their determinants
Possibilities and considerations when merging dietary data from the world's two largest pregnancy cohorts: the Danish National Birth Cohort and the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study
Relative validity and reproducibility of a food frequency questionnaire used in pregnant women from a rural area of China
Fetal growth and cardio-metabolic risk factors in the 20-year-old offspring
Association between low blood glucose increase during glucose tolerance tests in pregnancy and impaired fetal growth
Acute and perinatal programming effects of a fat-rich diet on rat muscle mitochondrial function and hepatic lipid accumulation
Implications for the offspring of circulating factors involved in beta cell adaptation in pregnancy
Co-ordinated regulation of neurogenin-3 expression in the maternal and fetal pancreas during pregnancy
A method for lipid droplet isolation from human placenta for further analyses in clinical trials
Nordic Obstetrics and Gynecology Theses January–June 2014