Key publications are highlighted
'Adjusting for unmeasured confounding in non-randomised longitudinal studies: a methodological review'
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
'Effectiveness of the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) to prevent obesity in UK primary-school children: a cluster randomised controlled trial'
The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health
'Anti-Müllerian hormone in children: a ten-year prospective longitudinal study (EarlyBird 39)'
Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
'Adiposity, Chronic Inflammation and the Prepubertal Decline of Sex Hormone Binding Globulin in Children: Evidence for Associations with the Timing of Puberty (EarlyBird 58)'
Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism
'Adiposity, chronic inflammation, and the prepubertal decline of sex hormone binding globulin in children: evidence for associations with the timing of puberty (Earlybird 58)'
J Clin Endocrinol Metab
'Divergence between HbA1c and fasting glucose through childhood: implications for diagnosis of impaired fasting glucose (EarlyBird 52)'
'Body fat in children does not adversely influence bone development: a 7-year longitudinal study (EarlyBird 18)'
'Evidence of early beta-cell deficiency among children who show impaired fasting glucose: 10-yr cohort study (EarlyBird 56)'
'Age before stage: insulin resistance rises before the onset of puberty: a 9-year longitudinal study (EarlyBird 26)'
'Response to Comment on: Jeffery et al. Age Before Stage: Insulin Resistance Rises Before the Onset of Puberty: A 9-Year Longitudinal Study (EarlyBird 26). Diabetes Care 2012;35:536-541'
'Children of higher income families eat 'better' and are taller, but they are metabolically less healthy'
'HbA(1c) does not detect glucose impairment in youth'
'Insulin resistance rises from mid-childhood, before the onset of puberty: longitudinal data from The EarlyBird Study'
'Obesity of the bone: the relationships between body mass, adiposity and bone density in children: a 7-year longitudinal study'