Key publications are highlighted
'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
'Adjusting for unmeasured confounding in non-randomised longitudinal studies: a methodological review'
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
'Anti-Müllerian hormone in children: a ten-year prospective longitudinal study (EarlyBird 39)'
Journal of Pediatric 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
'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
'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)'
'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'
'Age before stage: insulin resistance rises before the onset of puberty: a 9-year longitudinal study (EarlyBird 26)'
'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'