• 2017

    1) Antonisamy, B., Vasan, S. K., Geethanjali, F. S., Gowri, M., Hepsy, Y. S., Richard, J., et al. (2017). “Weight Gain and Height Growth during Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence as Predictors of Adult Cardiovascular Risk.” Journal of Pediatrics 180(pp 53-61.e3).

    2) Chen, L. H., Chen, S. S., Liang, L., Wang, C. L., Fall, C., Osmond, C., et al. (2017). “Relationship between birth weight and total cholesterol concentration in adulthood: A meta-analysis.” Journal of the Chinese Medical Association: JCMA 80(1): 44-49.

    3) Lawande, A., Di Gravio, C., Potdar, R. D., Sahariah, S. A., Gandhi, M., Chopra, H., et al. (2017). “Effect of a micronutrient-rich snack taken preconceptionally and throughout pregnancy on ultrasound measures of fetal growth: The Mumbai Maternal Nutrition Project (MMNP).” Maternal & Child Nutrition 02: 02.

    4) Sinha, S., Aggarwal, A. R., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H. D., Bhargava, S. K. and Sachdev, H. S. (2017). “Intergenerational Change in Anthropometric Indices and Their Predictors Among Children in New Delhi Birth Cohort.” Indian Pediatrics 54(3): 185-192.

    5) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Srinivasan, K., Thajna, K. P., Hegde, B. G., Gale, C. R., et al. (2017). “Association between maternal vitamin D status during pregnancy and offspring cognitive function during childhood and adolescence.” Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 26(3): 438-449.

    6) Zhou, B., Bentham, J., Di Cesare, M., Bixby, H., Cowan, M. J., Paciorek, C. J., et al. (2017). “Worldwide trends in blood pressure from 1975 to 2015: a pooled analysis of 1479 population-based measurement studies with 19.1 million participants.” The Lancet 389(10064): 37-55.

    2016

    1) Bentham, J., Di Cesare, M., Stevens, G. A., Zhou, B., Bixby, H., Cowan, M., et al. (2016). “A century of trends in adult human height.” eLife 5(2016JULY).

    2) Bhave, S., Pandit, A., Yeravdekar, R., Madkaikar, V., Chinchwade, T., Shaikh, N., et al. (2016). “Effectiveness of a 5-year school-based intervention programme to reduce adiposity and improve fitness and lifestyle in Indian children; the SYM-KEM study.” Archives of Disease in Childhood 101(1): 33-41.

    3) Danivas, V., Bharmal, M., Keenan, P., Jones, S., Karat, S. C., Kalyanaraman, K., et al. (2016). “An interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) of coercion towards community dwelling older adults with dementia: findings from Mysore studies of natal effects on ageing and health (MYNAH).” Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology 51(12): 1659-1664.

    4) de Beer, M., Vrijkotte, T. G., Fall, C. H., van Eijsden, M., Osmond, C. and Gemke, R. J. (2016). “Associations of Infant Feeding and Timing of Weight Gain and Linear Growth during Early Life with Childhood Blood Pressure: Findings from a Prospective Population Based Cohort Study.[Erratum appears in PLoS One. 2016 Dec 19;11(12 ):e0168920; PMID: 27992607].” PLoS ONE [Electronic Resource] 11(11): e0166281.

    5) Devakumar, D., Fall, C. H., Sachdev, H. S., Margetts, B. M., Osmond, C., Wells, J. C., et al. (2016). “Maternal antenatal multiple micronutrient supplementation for long-term health benefits in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” BMC Medicine 14: 90.

    6) Di Cesare, M., Bentham, J., Stevens, G. A., Zhou, B., Danaei, G., Lu, Y., et al. (2016). “Trends in adult body-mass index in 200 countries from 1975 to 2014: A pooled analysis of 1698 population-based measurement studies with 19.2 million participants.” The Lancet 387(10026): 1377-1396.

    7) Krishna, M., Beulah, E., Jones, S., Sundarachari, R., Saroja, A., Kumaran, K., et al. (2016). “Cognitive function and disability in late life: an ecological validation of the 10/66 battery of cognitive tests among community-dwelling older adults in South India.” International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 31(8): 879-891.

    8) Sahariah, S. A., Potdar, R. D., Gandhi, M., Kehoe, S. H., Brown, N., Sane, H., et al. (2016). “A Daily Snack Containing Leafy Green Vegetables, Fruit, and Milk before and during Pregnancy Prevents Gestational Diabetes in a Randomized, Controlled Trial in Mumbai, India.” Journal of Nutrition 146(7): 1453S-1460S.

    9) Sinha, S., Aggarwal, A. R., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H., Bhargava, S. K. and Sachdev, H. S. (2016). “Maternal Age at Childbirth and Perinatal and Under five Mortality in a Prospective Birth Cohort from Delhi.” Indian Pediatrics 53(10): 871-877.

    10) Sinha, S., Aggarwal, A. R., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H. D., Bhargava, S. K. and Sachdev, H. S. (2016). “Intergenerational Change in Anthropometric Indices of children and Their Predictors in New Delhi Birth Cohort.” Indian Pediatrics 05: 05.

    11) Veena, S. R., Gale, C. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Kehoe, S. H., Srinivasan, K. and Fall, C. H. (2016). “Association between maternal nutritional status in pregnancy and offspring cognitive function during childhood and adolescence; a systematic review.” BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth 16: 220.

    12) Yoshida, S., Martines, J., Lawn, J. E., Wall, S., Souza, J. P., Rudan, I., et al. (2016). “Setting research priorities to improve global newborn health and prevent stillbirths by 2025.” Journal of Global Health 6(1): 010508.

    13) Zhou, B., Lu, Y., Hajifathalian, K., Bentham, J., Di Cesare, M., Danaei, G., et al. (2016). “Worldwide trends in diabetes since 1980: A pooled analysis of 751 population-based studies with 4.4 million participants.” The Lancet 387(10027).

    2015

    1) Addo, O. Y., Stein, A. D., Fall, C. H., Gigante, D. P., Guntupalli, A. M., Horta, B. L., et al. (2015). “Parental childhood growth and offspring birthweight: pooled analyses from four birth cohorts in low and middle income countries.” American Journal of Human Biology 27(1): 99-105.

    2) Christian, A. M., Krishnaveni, G. V., Kehoe, S. H., Veena, S. R., Khanum, R., Marley-Zagar, E., et al. (2015). “Contribution of food sources to the vitamin B12 status of South Indian children from a birth cohort recruited in the city of Mysore.” Public Health Nutrition 18(4): 596-609.

    3) Danaei, G., Fahimi, S., Lu, Y., Zhou, B., Hajifathalian, K., Cesare, M. D., et al. (2015). “Effects of diabetes definition on global surveillance of diabetes prevalence and diagnosis: A pooled analysis of 96 population-based studies with 331 288 participants.” The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology 3(8): 624-637.

    4) D’Angelo, S., Yajnik, C. S., Kumaran, K., Joglekar, C., Lubree, H., Crozier, S. R., et al. (2015). “Body size and body composition: a comparison of children in India and the UK through infancy and early childhood.” Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 69(12): 1147-1153.

    5) de Beer, M., Vrijkotte, T. G., Fall, C. H., van Eijsden, M., Osmond, C. and Gemke, R. J. (2015). “Associations of infant feeding and timing of linear growth and relative weight gain during early life with childhood body composition.” International Journal of Obesity 39(4): 586-592.

    6) Fall, C. H., Sachdev, H. S., Osmond, C., Restrepo-Mendez, M. C., Victora, C., Martorell, R., et al. (2015). “Association between maternal age at childbirth and child and adult outcomes in the offspring: a prospective study in five low-income and middle-income countries (COHORTS collaboration).” The Lancet Global Health 3(7): e366-377.

    7) Huffman, M. D., Khalil, A., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H., Tandon, N., Lakshmy, R., et al. (2015). “Association between anthropometry, cardiometabolic risk factors, & early life factors & adult measures of endothelial function: Results from the New Delhi Birth Cohort.” Indian Journal of Medical Research 142(6): 690-698.

    8) Kehoe, S. H., Chopra, H., Sahariah, S. A., Bhat, D., Munshi, R. P., Panchal, F., et al. (2015). “Effects of a food-based intervention on markers of micronutrient status among Indian women of low socio-economic status.” British Journal of Nutrition 113(5): 813-821.

    9) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Jones, A., Srinivasan, K., Osmond, C., Karat, S. C., et al. (2015). “Exposure to maternal gestational diabetes is associated with higher cardiovascular responses to stress in adolescent Indians.” Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 100(3): 986-993.

    10) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Srinivasan, K., Osmond, C. and Fall, C. H. (2015). “Linear Growth and Fat and Lean Tissue Gain during Childhood: Associations with Cardiometabolic and Cognitive Outcomes in Adolescent Indian Children.” PLoS One 10(11): e0143231.

    11) Yajnik, C. S., Katre, P. A., Joshi, S. M., Kumaran, K., Bhat, D. S., Lubree, H. G., et al. (2015). “Higher glucose, insulin and insulin resistance (HOMA-IR) in childhood predict adverse cardiovascular risk in early adulthood: the Pune Children’s Study.” Diabetologia 58(7): 1626-1636.

    2014

    1) Danaei, G., Lu, Y., Singh, G. M., Carnahan, E., Stevens, G. A., Cowan, M. J., et al. (2014). “Cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, and diabetes mortality burden of cardiometabolic risk factors from 1980 to 2010: a comparative risk assessment.” Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology 2(8): 634-647.

    2) Joshi, S. M., Katre, P. A., Kumaran, K., Joglekar, C., Osmond, C., Bhat, D. S., et al. (2014). “Tracking of cardiovascular risk factors from childhood to young adulthood – the Pune Children’s Study.” International Journal of Cardiology 175(1): 176-178.

    3) Kehoe, S. H., Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Guntupalli, A. M., Margetts, B. M., Fall, C. H., et al. (2014). “Diet patterns are associated with demographic factors and nutritional status in South Indian children.” Maternal & Child Nutrition 10(1): 145-158.

    4) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Dhube, A., Karat, S. C., Phillips, D. I. and Fall, C. H. (2014). “Size at birth, morning cortisol and cardiometabolic risk markers in healthy Indian children.” Clinical Endocrinology 80(1): 73-79.

    5) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Jones, A., Bhat, D. S., Malathi, M. P., Hellhammer, D., et al. (2014). “Trier social stress test in Indian adolescents.” Indian Pediatrics 51(6): 463-467.

    6) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Karat, S. C., Yajnik, C. S. and Fall, C. H. (2014). “Association between maternal folate concentrations during pregnancy and insulin resistance in Indian children.” Diabetologia 57(1): 110-121.

    7) Lundeen, E. A., Stein, A. D., Adair, L. S., Behrman, J. R., Bhargava, S. K., Dearden, K. A., et al. (2014). “Height-for-age z scores increase despite increasing height deficits among children in 5 developing countries.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 100(3): 821-825.

    8) Potdar, R. D., Sahariah, S. A., Gandhi, M., Kehoe, S. H., Brown, N., Sane, H., et al. (2014). “Improving women’s diet quality preconceptionally and during gestation: effects on birth weight and prevalence of low birth weight–a randomized controlled efficacy trial in India (Mumbai Maternal Nutrition Project).” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 100(5): 1257-1268.

    9) Vasan, S. K., Karpe, F., Gu, H. F., Brismar, K., Fall, C. H., Ingelsson, E., et al. (2014). “FTO genetic variants and risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes: a meta-analysis of 28,394 Indians.” Obesity 22(3): 964-970.

    10) Veena, S. R., Hegde, B. G., Ramachandraiah, S., Krishnaveni, G. V., Fall, C. H. and Srinivasan, K. (2014). “Relationship between adiposity and cognitive performance in 9-10-year-old children in South India.” Archives of Disease in Childhood 99(2): 126-134.

    11) Yajnik, C. S., Chandak, G. R., Joglekar, C., Katre, P., Bhat, D. S., Singh, S. N., et al. (2014). “Maternal homocysteine in pregnancy and offspring birthweight: epidemiological associations and Mendelian randomization analysis.” International Journal of Epidemiology 43(5): 1487-1497.

    2013

    1) Adair, L. S., Fall, C. H., Osmond, C., Stein, A. D., Martorell, R., Ramirez-Zea, M., et al. (2013). “Associations of linear growth and relative weight gain during early life with adult health and human capital in countries of low and middle income: findings from five birth cohort studies.” Lancet 382: 525-534.

    2) Addo, O. Y., Stein, A. D., Fall, C. H., Gigante, D. P., Guntupalli, A. M., Horta, B. L., et al. (2013). “Maternal height and child growth patterns.” J.Pediatr. 163: 549-554.

    3) Barker, J., Barker, M., Fall, C., Osmond, C. and Cooper, C. (2013). “David J P Barker OBITUARIES.” BMJ 347.

    4) Caleyachetty, A., Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Hill, J., Karat, S. C., Fall, C. H., et al. (2013). “Breastfeeding duration, age of starting solids and high BMI risk and adiposity in Indian children.” Matern.Child Nutr. 9: 199-216.

    5) Christian, P., Lee, S. E., Donahue, A. M., Adair, L. S., Arifeen, S. E., Ashorn, P., et al. (2013). “Risk of childhood undernutrition related to small-for-gestational age and preterm birth in low- and middle-income countries.” Int.J.Epidemiol. 42: 1340-1355.

    6) Danaei, G., Singh, G. M., Paciorek, C. J., Lin, J. K., Cowan, M. J., Finucane, M. M., et al. (2013). “The global cardiovascular risk transition: associations of four metabolic risk factors with national income, urbanization, and Western diet in 1980 and 2008.” Circulation 127: 1493-1498.

    7) Fall, C. and Osmond, C. (2013). “Commentary: The developmental origins of health and disease: an appreciation of the life and work of Professor David J.P. Barker, 1938-2013.” Int.J.Epidemiol. 42: 1231-1232.

    8) Fall, C. H. (2013). “Fetal programming and the risk of noncommunicable disease.” Indian J.Pediatr. 80 Suppl 1: S13-S20.

    9) Fall, C. H. (2013). “Fetal malnutrition and long-term outcomes.” Nestle.Nutr.Inst.Workshop Ser. 74: 11-25.

    10) Hardikar, P. S., Joshi, S. M., Bhat, D. S., Raut, D. A., Katre, P. A., Lubree, H. G., et al. (2013). “Response to Comment on: Hardikar et al. Spuriously High Prevalence of Prediabetes Diagnosed by HbA1c in Young Indians Partly Explained by Hematological Factors and Iron Deficiency Anemia. Diabetes Care 2012;35:797-802 (letter).” Diabetes Care 36: e24.

    11) Horta, B. L., Bas, A., Bhargava, S. K., Fall, C. H., Feranil, A., de Kadt, J., et al. (2013). “Infant feeding and school attainment in five cohorts from low- and middle-income countries.” PLoS.One. 8: e71548.

    12) Khalil, A., Huffman, M. D., Prabhakaran, D., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H., Tandon, N., et al. (2013). “Predictors of carotid intima-media thickness and carotid plaque in young Indian adults: The New Delhi Birth Cohort.” Int.J.Cardiol. 167: 1322-1328.

    13) Kulkarni, S. R., Kumaran, K., Rao, S. R., Chougule, S. D., Deokar, T. M., Bhalerao, A. J., et al. (2013). “Maternal lipids are as important as glucose for fetal growth: findings from the pune maternal nutrition study.” Diabetes Care 36: 2706-2713.

    14) Luyckx, V. A., Bertram, J. F., Brenner, B. M., Fall, C., Hoy, W. E., Ozanne, S. E., et al. (2013). “Effect of fetal and child health on kidney development and long-term risk of hypertension and kidney disease.” Lancet 382: 273-283.

    15) Robinson, S. M. and Fall, C. H. D. (2013). Infant Nutrition and Lifelong Health. Nutrition and Infancy. G. Grimble, R. Watson and V. Preedy. New York, Humana Press: 3-16.

    16) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Karat, S. C., Osmond, C. and Fall, C. H. (2013). “Testing the fetal overnutrition hypothesis; the relationship of maternal and paternal adiposity to adiposity, insulin resistance and cardiovascular risk factors in Indian children.” Public Health Nutr. 16: 1656-1666.

    2012

    1) Chopra, H., Chheda, P., Kehoe, S., Taskar, V., Brown, N., Shivashankaran, D., et al. (2012). “Dietary Habits of Female Urban Slum-dwellers in Mumbai.” Indian J.Matern.Child Health 14: 1-13.

    2) Hardikar, P. S., Joshi, S. M., Bhat, D. S., Raut, D. A., Katre, P. A., Lubree, H. G., et al. (2012). “Spuriously high prevalence of prediabetes diagnosed by HbA(1c) in young indians partly explained by hematological factors and iron deficiency anemia.” Diabetes Care 35: 797-802.

    3) Holroyd, C. R., Harvey, N. C., Crozier, S. R., Winder, N. R., Mahon, P. A., Ntani, G., et al. (2012). “Placental size at 19 weeks predicts offspring bone mass at birth: Findings from the Southampton Women’s Survey.” Placenta 33: 623-629.

    4) Kehoe, S. H., Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Hill, J. C., Osmond, C., Kiran, et al. (2012). “Birth size and physical activity in a cohort of Indian children aged 6-10 years.” Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 3(04): 245-252.

    5) Kuzawa, C. W., Hallal, P. C., Adair, L., Bhargava, S. K., Fall, C. H., Lee, N., et al. (2012). “Birth weight, postnatal weight gain, and adult body composition in five low and middle income countries.” Am.J.Hum.Biol. 24: 5-13.

    6) Lakshmi, S., Metcalf, B., Joglekar, C., Yajnik, C. S., Fall, C. H. and Wilkin, T. J. (2012). “Differences in body composition and metabolic status between white UK and Asian Indian children (EarlyBird 24 and the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study).” Pediatr.Obes. 7: 347-354.

    7) Li, H., Kilpelainen, T. O., Liu, C., Zhu, J., Liu, Y., Hu, C., et al. (2012). “Association of genetic variation in FTO with risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes with data from 96,551 East and South Asians.” Diabetologia 55: 981-995.

    8) Nightingale, C. M., Krishnaveni, G. V., Rudnicka, A. R., Owen, C. G., Veena, S. R., Hill, J. C., et al. (2012). “Cardiometabolic Risk Markers in Indian Children: Comparison with UK Indian and White European Children.” PLoS.One. 7: e36236.

    9) Norris, S. A., Osmond, C., Gigante, D., Kuzawa, C. W., Ramakrishnan, L., Lee, N. R., et al. (2012). “Size at Birth, Weight Gain in Infancy and Childhood, and Adult Diabetes Risk in Five Low- or Middle-Income Country Birth Cohorts.” Diabetes Care 35: 72-79.

    10) Richter, L. M., Victora, C. G., Hallal, P. C., Adair, L. S., Bhargava, S. K., Fall, C. H., et al. (2012). “Cohort Profile: The Consortium of Health-Orientated Research in Transitioning Societies.” Int.J.Epidemiol. 41: 621-626.

    11) Robinson, S. and Fall, C. (2012). “Infant nutrition and later health: a review of current evidence.” Nutrients. 4: 859-874.

    12) Samuel, P., Antonisamy, B., Raghupathy, P., Richard, J. and Fall, C. H. (2012). “Socio-economic status and cardiovascular risk factors in rural and urban areas of Vellore, Tamilnadu, South India.” Int.J.Epidemiol. 41: 1315-1327.

    13) Tandon, N., Fall, C. H., Osmond, C., Sachdev, H. P., Prabhakaran, D., Ramakrishnan, L., et al. (2012). “Growth from birth to adulthood and peak bone mass and density data from the New Delhi Birth Cohort.” Osteoporos.Int. 23: 2447-2459.

    14) Vasan, S. K., Fall, T., Neville, M. J., Antonisamy, B., Fall, C. H., Geethanjali, F. S., et al. (2012). “Associations of Variants in FTO and Near MC4R With Obesity Traits in South Asian Indians.” Obesity.(Silver.Spring) 20: 2268-2277.

    15) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V. and Fall, C. H. (2012). “Newborn size and body composition as predictors of insulin resistance and diabetes in the parents: Parthenon Birth Cohort Study, Mysore, India.” Diabetes Care 35: 1884-1890.

    2011

    1) Danaei, G., Finucane, M. M., Lu, Y., Singh, G. M., Cowan, M. J., Paciorek, C. J., et al. (2011). “National, regional, and global trends in fasting plasma glucose and diabetes prevalence since 1980: systematic analysis of health examination surveys and epidemiological studies with 370 country-years and 2.7 million participants.” Lancet 378: 31-40.

    2) Fall, C. H. (2011). “Evidence for the intra-uterine programming of adiposity in later life.” Ann.Hum.Biol. 38: 410-428.

    3) Fall, C. H., Borja, J. B., Osmond, C., Richter, L., Bhargava, S. K., Martorell, R., et al. (2011). “Infant-feeding patterns and cardiovascular risk factors in young adulthood: data from five cohorts in low- and middle-income countries.” Int J Epidemiol. 40: 47-62.

    4) Huffman, M. D., Prabhakaran, D., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H., Tandon, N., Lakshmy, R., et al. (2011). “Incidence of cardiovascular risk factors in an Indian urban cohort results from the new delhi birth cohort (editorial).” J Am.Coll.Cardiol. 57: 1765-1774.

    5) Kehoe, S. H., Krishnaveni, G. V., Lubree, H. G., Wills, A. K., Guntupalli, A. M., Veena, S. R., et al. (2011). “Prediction of body-fat percentage from skinfold and bio-impedance measurements in Indian school children.” Eur.J.Clin.Nutr. 65: 1263-1270.

    6) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Winder, N. R., Hill, J. C., Noonan, K., Boucher, B. J., et al. (2011). “Maternal vitamin D status during pregnancy and body composition and cardiovascular risk markers in Indian children: the Mysore Parthenon Study.” Am.J Clin Nutr. 93: 628-635.

    7) Lakshmy, R., Fall, C. H., Sachdev, H. S., Osmond, C., Prabhakaran, D., Biswas, S. D., et al. (2011). “Childhood body mass index and adult pro-inflammatory and pro-thrombotic risk factors: data from the New Delhi birth cohort.” Int J Epidemiol. 40: 102-111.

    8) Shivashankaran, D., Gurumurthy, S., Kehoe, S., Chheda, P. S., Margetts, B. M., Muley-Lotankar, P., et al. (2011). Developing micronutrient-rich snacks for pre-conception and antenatal health: the Mumbai Maternal Nutrition Project (MMNP). Combating Micronutrient Deficiencies: Food-based Approaches. B. Thompson and L. Amoroso, CAB International, Wallingford, UK/Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome: 214-223.

    9) Vasan, S. K., Neville, M. J., Antonisamy, B., Samuel, P., Fall, C. H., Geethanjali, F. S., et al. (2011). “Absence of Birth-Weight Lowering Effect of ADCY5 and Near CCNL, but Association of Impaired Glucose-Insulin Homeostasis with ADCY5 in Asian Indians.” PLoS.One. 6: e21331.

    10) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Wills, A. K., Hill, J. C., Karat, S. C. and Fall, C. H. (2011). “Glucose tolerance and insulin resistance in Indian children: relationship to infant feeding pattern.” Diabetologia 54: 2533-2537.

    11) Winder, N. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Hill, J. C., Karat, C. L., Fall, C. H., Veena, S. R., et al. (2011). “Placental programming of blood pressure in Indian children.” Acta Paediatr. 100: 653-660.

    12) Winder, N. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Hill, J. C., Karat, C. L., Thornburg, K. L., et al. (2011). “Mother’s lifetime nutrition and the size, shape and efficiency of the placenta.” Placenta 32: 806-810.

    2010

    1) Barker, D. J. P., Kajantie, E., Eriksson, J. G., Alwasel, S. H., Fall, C. H. D., Roseboom, T. J., et al. (2010). The maternal and placental origins of chronic disease. The role of the placenta in human developmental programming. G. J. Burton, D. J. P. Barker, A. Moffett and K. Thornburg, Cambridge University Press.

    2) Barr, J. G., Veena, S. R., Kiran, K. N., Wills, A. K., Winder, N. R., Kehoe, S., et al. (2010). “The relationship of birthweight, muscle size at birth and post-natal growth to grip strength in 9-year-old Indian children: findings from the Mysore Parthenon study.” Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 1(5): 329-337.

    3) Deshmukh, U. S., Joglekar, C. V., Lubree, H. G., Ramdas, L. V., Bhat, D. S., Naik, S. S., et al. (2010). “Effect of physiological doses of oral vitamin B12 on plasma homocysteine: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial in India.” Eur.J Clin Nutr. 64: 495-502.

    4) Kinare, A. S., Chinchwadkar, M. C., Natekar, A. S., Coyaji, K. J., Wills, A. K., Joglekar, C. V., et al. (2010). “Patterns of fetal growth in a rural Indian cohort and comparison with a Western European population: data from the pune maternal nutrition study.” J Ultrasound Med. 29: 215-223.

    5) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Hill, J. C., Kehoe, S., Karat, S. C. and Fall, C. H. (2010). “Intrauterine exposure to maternal diabetes is associated with higher adiposity and insulin resistance and clustering of cardiovascular risk markers in Indian children.” Diabetes Care 33: 402-404.

    6) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Wills, A. K., Hill, J. C., Karat, S. C. and Fall, C. H. D. (2010). “Adiposity, insulin resistance and cardiovascular risk factors in 9–10-year-old Indian children: relationships with birth size and postnatal growth.” Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 1(6): 403-411.

    7) Martorell, R., Horta, B. L., Adair, L. S., Stein, A. D., Richter, L., Fall, C. H., et al. (2010). “Weight gain in the first two years of life is an important predictor of schooling outcomes in pooled analyses from five birth cohorts from low- and middle-income countries.” J Nutr. 140: 348-354.

    8) Raghupathy, P., Antonisamy, B., Geethanjali, F. S., Saperia, J., Leary, S. D., Priya, G., et al. (2010). “Glucose tolerance, insulin resistance and insulin secretion in young south Indian adults: Relationships to parental size, neonatal size and childhood body mass index.” Diabetes Res.Clin Pract. 87: 283-292.

    9) Stein, A. D., Wang, M., Martorell, R., Norris, S. A., Adair, L. S., Bas, I., et al. (2010). “Growth patterns in early childhood and final attained stature: data from five birth cohorts from low- and middle-income countries.” Am.J Hum.Biol. 22: 353-359.

    10) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Srinivasan, K., Kurpad, A. V., Muthayya, S., Hill, J. C., et al. (2010). “Childhood cognitive ability: relationship to gestational diabetes mellitus in India.” Diabetologia 53: 2134-2138.

    11) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Srinivasan, K., Wills, A. K., Hill, J. C., Kurpad, A. V., et al. (2010). “Infant feeding practice and childhood cognitive performance in South India.” Arch.Dis.Child 95: 347-354.

    12) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Srinivasan, K., Wills, A. K., Muthayya, S., Kurpad, A. V., et al. (2010). “Higher maternal plasma folate but not vitamin B-12 concentrations during pregnancy are associated with better cognitive function scores in 9- to 10- year-old children in South India.” J Nutr. 140: 1014-1022.

    13) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Wills, A. K., Kurpad, A. V., Muthayya, S., Hill, J. C., et al. (2010). “Association of birthweight and head circumference at birth to cognitive performance in 9- to 10-year-old children in South India: prospective birth cohort study.” Pediatr.Res. 67: 424-429.

    14) Wills, A. K., Chinchwadkar, M. C., Joglekar, C. V., Natekar, A. S., Yajnik, C. S., Fall, C. H., et al. (2010). “Maternal and paternal height and BMI and patterns of fetal growth: the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study.” Early Hum.Dev. 86: 535-540.

    2009

    1) Allen, L. H., Peerson, J. M., including Osmond, C. and including Fall, C. (2009). “Impact of multiple micronutrient versus iron-folic acid supplements on maternal anemia and micronutrient status in pregnancy.” Food Nutr.Bull. 30: S527-S532.

    2) Antonisamy, B., Raghupathy, P., Christopher, S., Richard, J., Rao, P. S., Barker, D. J., et al. (2009). “Cohort Profile: the 1969-73 Vellore birth cohort study in South India.” Int.J.Epidemiol. 38: 663-669.

    3) Bhat, D. S., Thuse, N. V., Lubree, H. G., Joglekar, C. V., Naik, S. S., Ramdas, L. V., et al. (2009). “Increases in plasma holotranscobalamin can be used to assess vitamin B-12 absorption in individuals with low plasma vitamin B-12.” J Nutr. 139: 2119-2123.

    4) Fall, C. (2009). “Commentary: Can improving a mother’s diet improve her children’s cardiovascular health? (editorial).” Int.J.Epidemiol. 38: 127-128.

    5) Fall, C. (2009). “Maternal nutrition: effects on health in the next generation.” Indian J Med.Res. 130: 593-599.

    6) Fall, C. H. D., Fisher, D. J., Osmond, C. and Margetts, B. M. (2009). “Multiple micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy in low-income countries: A meta-analysis of effects on birth size and length of gestation.” Food and Nutrition Bulletin 30(4): S533-S546.

    7) Fall, C. H. D., Harding, J. E. and Yajnik, C. S. (2009). Nutritional Interventions in Mothers to Improve the Health of the Offspring – Are We Ready? Early Life Origins of Human Health and Disease. J. P. Newnham and M. G. Ross. Basel, Karger: 29-41.

    8) Farrant, H. J., Krishnaveni, G. V., Hill, J. C., Boucher, B. J., Fisher, D. J., Noonan, K., et al. (2009). “Vitamin D insufficiency is common in Indian mothers but is not associated with gestational diabetes or variation in newborn size.” Eur.J.Clin.Nutr. 63: 646-652.

    9) Kehoe, S. H., Chheda, P. S., Sahariah, S. A., Baird, J. and Fall, C. H. (2009). “Reporting of participant compliance in randomized controlled trials of nutrition supplements during pregnancy.” Matern.Child Nutr. 5: 97-103.

    10) Krishnaveni, G. V., Hill, J. C., Veena, S. R., Bhat, D. S., Wills, A. K., Karat, C. L., et al. (2009). “Low plasma vitamin B(12) in pregnancy is associated with gestational ‘diabesity’ and later diabetes.” Diabetologia 52: 2350-2358.

    11) Krishnaveni, G. V., Mills, I. C., Veena, S. R., Wootton, S. A., Wills, A. K., Coakley, P. J., et al. (2009). “Accelerometers for measuring physical activity behavior in Indian children.” Indian Pediatr. 46: 1055-1062.

    12) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Kiran, K. N., Nalinakshi, M., Kehoe, S., Raju, N., et al. (2009). “After school physical activity intervention for children in India: A pilot study.” Indian Journal of Pediatrics (suppl) 76: S30-S35.

    13) Krishnaveni, G. V., Veena, S. R., Kuriyan, R., Kishore, R. P., Wills, A. K., Nalinakshi, M., et al. (2009). “Relationship between physical activity measured using accelerometers and energy expenditure measured using doubly labelled water in Indian children.” Eur.J Clin Nutr. 63: 1313-1319.

    14) Margetts, B. M., Fall, C. H., Ronsmans, C., Allen, L. H., Fisher, D. J. and including Osmond, C. (2009). “Multiple micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy in low-income countries: review of methods and characteristics of studies included in the meta-analyses.” Food Nutr.Bull. 30: S517-S526.

    15) Rao, S., Kanade, A. N., Yajnik, C. S. and Fall, C. H. (2009). “Seasonality in maternal intake and activity influence offspring’s birth size among rural Indian mothers–Pune Maternal Nutrition Study.” Int.J.Epidemiol. 38: 1094-1103.

    16) Ronsmans, C., Fisher, D. J., Osmond, C., Margetts, B. M. and Fall, C. H. D. (2009). “Multiple micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy in low-income countries: A meta-analysis of effects on stillbirths and on early and late neonatal mortality.” Food and Nutrition Bulletin 30(4): S547-S555.

    17) Sachdev, H. P., Osmond, C., Fall, C. H., Lakshmy, R., Ramji, S., Dey Biswas, S. K., et al. (2009). “Predicting adult metabolic syndrome from childhood body mass index: follow-up of the New Delhi birth cohort.” Arch.Dis.Child 94: 768-774.

    18) van Steijn, L., Karamali, N. S., Kanhai, H. H., Ariens, G. A., Fall, C. H., Yajnik, C. S., et al. (2009). “Neonatal anthropometry: thin-fat phenotype in fourth to fifth generation South Asian neonates in Surinam.” Int J Obes.(Lond) 33: 1326-1329.

    19) Veena, S. R., Krishnaveni, G. V., Wills, A. K., Hill, J. C. and Fall, C. H. (2009). “A principal components approach to parent-to-newborn body composition associations in South India.” BMC.Pediatr. 9: 16.

    20) Veena, S. R., Wills, A. K., Fisher, D. J., Stein, C. E., Kumaran, K., Krishnaveni, G. V., et al. (2009). “Early life factors and Type 2 diabetes in South-India: Do The Associations Change With Age?” J Diabetes 1: 218-226.

    21) Yajnik, C. S., Janipalli, C. S., Bhaskar, S., Kulkarni, S. R., Freathy, R. M., Prakash, S., et al. (2009). “FTO gene variants are strongly associated with type 2 diabetes in South Asian Indians.” Diabetologia 52(2): 247-252.

    2008

    1) Agnihotri, B., Antonisamy, B., Priya, G., Fall, C. H. and Raghupathy, P. (2008). “Trends in human birth weight across two successive generations.” Indian J Pediatr. 75: 111-117.

    2) Bhate, V., Deshpande, S., Bhat, D., Joshi, N., Ladkat, R., Wave, S., et al. (2008). “Vitamin B-12 status of pregnant Indian women and cognitive function in their 9-year-old children.” Food and Nutrition Bulletin 29: 249-254.

    3) Bhutta, Z. A., Ahmed, T., Black, R. E., Cousens, S., Dewey, K., Giugliani, E., et al. (2008). “What works? Interventions for maternal and child undernutrition and survival.” Lancet 371: 417-440.

    4) Black, R. E., Allen, L. H., Bhutta, Z. A., Caulfield, L. E., de Onis, M., Ezzati, M., et al. (2008). “Maternal and child undernutrition: global and regional exposures and health consequences.” Lancet 371: 243-260.

    5) Bryce, J., Coitinho, D., rnton-Hill, I., Pelletier, D., Pinstrup-Andersen, P. and including Fall, C. (2008). “Maternal and child undernutrition: effective action at national level.” Lancet 371: 510-526.

    6) Fall, C. H., Sachdev, H. S., Osmond, C., Lakshmy, R., Biswas, S. D., Prabhakaran, D., et al. (2008). “Adult metabolic syndrome and impaired glucose tolerance are associated with different patterns of BMI gain during infancy: Data from the New Delhi Birth Cohort.” Diabetes Care 31: 2349-2356.

    7) Morris, S. S., Cogill, B., Uauy, R. and including Fall, C. (2008). “Effective international action against undernutrition: why has it proven so difficult and what can be done to accelerate progress?” Lancet 371: 608-621.

    8) Owen, C. G., Whincup, P. H., Kaye, S. J., Martin, R. M., Davey, S. G., Cook, D. G., et al. (2008). “Does initial breastfeeding lead to lower blood cholesterol in adult life? A quantitative review of the evidence.” Am J Clin.Nutr. 88: 305-314.

    9) Owens, S. and Fall, C. H. (2008). “Consequences of poor maternal micronutrition before and during early pregnancy.” Trans.R.Soc.Trop.Med Hyg. 102: 103-104.

    10) Victora, C. G., Adair, L., Fall, C., Hallal, P. C., Martorell, R., Richter, L., et al. (2008). “Maternal and child undernutrition: consequences for adult health and human capital.” Lancet 371: 340-357.

    11) Whincup, P. H., Kaye, S. J., Owen, C. G., Huxley, R., Cook, D. G., Anazawa, S., et al. (2008). “Birth weight and risk of type 2 diabetes: a systematic review.” JAMA 300: 2886-2897.

    12) Yajnik, C. S., Deshpande, S. S., Jackson, A. A., Refsum, H., Rao, S., Fisher, D. J., et al. (2008). “Vitamin B(12) and folate concentrations during pregnancy and insulin resistance in the offspring: the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study.” Diabetologia 51(1): 29-38.

    2007

    1) Batty, G. D., Smith, G. D., Fall, C. H., Sayer, A. A., Dennison, E., Cooper, C., et al. (2007). “Association of diarrhoea in childhood with blood pressure and coronary heart disease in older age: analyses of two UK cohort studies.” Int.J Epidemiol 36(6): 1349-1355.

    2) Gillman, M. W., Barker, D., Bier, D., Cagampang, F., Challis, J., Fall, C., et al. (2007). “Meeting report on the 3rd International Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD).” Pediatr.Res. 61(5 Pt 1): 625-629.

    3) Joglekar, C. V., Fall, C. H., Deshpande, V. U., Joshi, N., Bhalerao, A., Solat, V., et al. (2007). “Newborn size, infant and childhood growth, and body composition and cardiovascular disease risk factors at the age of 6 years: the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study.” Int.J Obes.(Lond) 31(10): 1534-1544.

    4) Krishnaveni, G. V., Hill, J. C., Veena, S. R., Geetha, S., Jayakumar, M. N., Karat, C. L., et al. (2007). “Gestational diabetes and the incidence of diabetes in the 5 years following the index pregnancy in South Indian women.” Diabetes Res.Clin.Pract. 78(3): 398-404.

    5) Kulkarni, S. R., Fall, C. H., Joshi, N. V., Lubree, H. G., Deshpande, V. U., Pasarkar, R. V., et al. (2007). “Determinants of incident hyperglycemia 6 years after delivery in young rural Indian mothers: the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study (PMNS).” Diabetes Care 30(10): 2542-2547.

    6) Raghupathy, P., Antonisamy, B., Fall, C. H., Geethanjali, F. S., Leary, S. D., Saperia, J., et al. (2007). “High prevalence of glucose intolerance even among young adults in south India.” Diabetes Res.Clin.Pract. 77(2): 269-279.

    7) Veena, S. R., Geetha, S., Leary, S. D., Saperia, J., Fisher, D. J., Kumaran, K., et al. (2007). “Relationships of maternal and paternal birthweights to features of the metabolic syndrome in adult offspring: an inter-generational study in South India.” Diabetologia 50: 43-54.

    2006

    1) Barker, M., Chorghade, G., Crozier, S., Leary, S. and Fall, C. (2006). “Gender differences in body mass index in rural India are determined by socio-economic factors and lifestyle.” J Nutr 136: 3062-3068.

    2) Chandak, G. R., Ward, K. J., Yajnik, C. S., Pandit, A. N., Bavdekar, A., Joglekar, C. V., et al. (2006). “Triglyceride associated polymorphisms of the APOA5 gene have very different allele frequencies in Pune, India compared to Europeans.” BMC.Med Genet. 7: 76.

    3) Chorghade, G., Barker, M., Kanade, S. and Fall, C. (2006). “Why are rural Indian women so thin? Findings from a village in Maharashtra.” Public Health Nutr 9: 9-18.

    4) Fall, C. H. D. (2006). Developmental origins of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity in humans. Early life origins of health and disease. E. M. Wintour and J. A. Owens, Landes Bioscience.

    5) Fall, C. H. D. and Sachdev, H. S. (2006). Implications for Developing Countries. Developmental origins of health and disease. M. A. Hanson and P. Gluckman. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

    6) Ganpule, A., Yajnik, C. S., Fall, C. H., Rao, S., Fisher, D. J., Kanade, A., et al. (2006). “Bone Mass in Indian Children–Relationships to Maternal Nutritional Status and Diet during Pregnancy: the Pune Maternal Nutrition Study.” J Clin Endocrinol.Metab 91: 2994-3001.

    7) Leary, S., Fall, C., Osmond, C., Lovel, H., Campbell, D., Eriksson, J., et al. (2006). “Geographical variation in neonatal phenotype.” Acta Obstet.Gynecol.Scand. 85: 1080-1089.

    8) Leary, S., Fall, C., Osmond, C., Lovel, H., Campbell, D., Eriksson, J., et al. (2006). “Geographical variation in relationships between parental body size and offspring phenotype at birth.” Acta Obstet.Gynecol.Scand. 85: 1066-1079.

    2005

    1) Arden, N. K., Syddall, H. E., Javaid, M. K., Dennison, E. M., Swaminathan, R., Fall, C., et al. (2005). “Early life influences on serum 1,25 (OH) vitamin D.” Paediatr.Perinat.Epidemiol. 19(1): 36-42.

    2) Cooper, M. S., Syddall, H. E., Fall, C. H., Wood, P. J., Stewart, P. M., Cooper, C., et al. (2005). “Circulating cortisone levels are associated with biochemical markers of bone formation and lumbar spine BMD: the Hertfordshire Cohort Study.” Clin.Endocrinol.(Oxf) 62: 692-697.

    3) Dennison, E., Syddall, H., Fall, C., Brandi, M. L. and Cooper, C. (2005). “Evidence of sexual dimorphism in relationships between estrogen receptor polymorphisms and bone mass: the hertfordshire study.” J Rheumatol. 32: 2400-2404.

    4) Fall, C. H. D. (2005). Fetal and maternal nutrition. Cardiovascular Disease: Diet, Nutrition and Emerging Risk Factors. S. Stanner and B. N. Foundation. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing.

    5) Fall, C. H. D. (2005). Endocrine programming and the fetal and early-life origins of adult disease. Clinical paediatric endocrinology. C. G. D. Brook, R. S. Brown and P. E. Clayton. Oxford, Blackwell Science.

    6) Hill, J. C., Krishnaveni, G. V., Annamma, I., Leary, S. D. and Fall, C. H. (2005). “Glucose tolerance in pregnancy in South India: relationships to neonatal anthropometry.” Acta Obstet.Gynecol.Scand. 84(2): 159-165.

    7) Joshi, N. P., Kulkarni, S. R., Yajnik, C. S., Joglekar, C. V., Rao, S., Coyaji, K. J., et al. (2005). “Increasing maternal parity predicts neonatal adiposity: Pune Maternal Nutrition Study.” Am.J Obstet.Gynecol. 193: 783-789.

    8) Kanade, A. N., Rao, S., Yajnik, C. S., Margetts, B. M. and Fall, C. H. (2005). “Rapid assessment of maternal activity among rural Indian mothers (Pune Maternal Nutrition Study).” Public Health Nutr 8: 588-595.

    9) Krishnaveni, G. V., Hill, J. C., Leary, S. D., Veena, S. R., Saperia, J., Saroja, A., et al. (2005). “Anthropometry, glucose tolerance, and insulin concentrations in Indian children: relationships to maternal glucose and insulin concentrations during pregnancy.” Diabetes Care 28: 2919-2925.

    10) Krishnaveni, G. V., Hill, J. C., Veena, S. R., Leary, S. D., Saperia, J., Chachyamma, K. J., et al. (2005). “Truncal Adiposity is Present at Birth and in Early Childhood in South Indian Children.” Indian Pediatr. 42: 527-538.

    11) Sachdev, H. S., Fall, C. H. and Osmond, C. (2005). “The changing face and implications of childhood obesity.” N Engl J Med 350: 2434-2435.

    12) Sachdev, H. S., Fall, C. H., Osmond, C., Lakshmy, R., Dey Biswas, S. K., Leary, S. D., et al. (2005). “Anthropometric indicators of body composition in young adults: relation to size at birth and serial measurements of body mass index in childhood in the New Delhi birth cohort.” Am.J Clin.Nutr. 82: 456-466.

    13) Yajnik, C. S., Deshpande, S. S., Panchanadikar, A. V., Naik, S. S., Deshpande, J. A., Coyaji, K. J., et al. (2005). “Maternal total homocysteine concentration and neonatal size in India.” Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 14: 179-181.