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Effects of prenatal exposure to cigarettes on anthropometrics, energy intake, energy expenditure, and screen time in children.

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Summary of "Effects of prenatal exposure to cigarettes on anthropometrics, energy intake, energy expenditure, and screen time in children."

Maternal prenatal smoking is associated with downstream childhood obesity. Although animal research suggests reduced resting energy expenditure (REE), decreased physical activity (PA), and increased energy intake as mechanisms, these relationships are unclear in humans. The objectives were to examine the association of prenatal maternal smoking with non-volitional energy expenditure (REE and the thermic effect of feeding [TEF]), child adiposity, energy intake, free-living PA (daily light PA (LPA), daily moderate-to-vigorous PA (MVPA), daily sedentary behavior (SB)), and screen time (television and computer/video game) in children.

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Name: Physiology & behavior
ISSN: 1873-507X
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