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Women’s and Children’s Health Update: DOHaD – Why Your First 1000 Days of Life Matter So Much

Women’s and Children’s Health Update: DOHaD – Why Your First 1000 Days of Life Matter So Much

Description

In this episode:

 

– The general concepts around the impact of early development on later health and disease
– How both maternal and paternal health affects the health of the offspring
– Some of the ethical, legal and social issues surrounding early developmental research

 

 

Host: Dr Terri Foran, Sexual Health Physician; Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Women’s and Children’s Health, UNSW

 

Guest: A/Prof Jeffrey Craig, Professor in Epigenetics and Cell Biology; Medical Sciences Lecturer, School of Medicine, Deakin University

 

Time: 23 mins

 
 

Recommended Resources:

 

– RACGP guide to preconception care Read Article>>

 

– Past, Present, and Future – Peter D.Gluckman, Tatjana Buklijas & Mark A.Hanson (2016) ScienceDirect and Research Gate

 

– DOHaD: The challenge of translating the science to policy – M. A. Hanson, L. Poston & P. D. Gluckman (2019) National Library of Medicine and Research Gate

 

– Constructing a new narrative of our first 1000 days: Synthesising the evidence and framing the messages – Tim Moore (2018) Read Paper>>

 

– Simple to understand educational video on DOHaD Watch Video>>

 

 

 

 


 

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