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one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

to give birth to

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Taka-Eilola reported having no financial conflicts regarding the Northern Finland Birth Cohort Study, which is supported by several entities, including the Academy of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation Lapland Regional Fund.
These sample restrictions, along with the size of the NLS panels, limit the analysis to 4031 workers in the 1960s birth cohort and 4556 workers in the 1980s birth cohort.
It is important to emphasize that the null hypothesis for the AC model was no period effect on mortality rates and that of the AP model, no birth cohort effect.
Interestingly, the study found a particularly high rate of chronic infection among the incarcerated 1945-1965 birth cohort in Wisconsin, and more than half evaluated with transient elastography had at least stage-F2 fibrosis.
As part of the Pollution and Asthma Risk: an Infant Study (PARIS) birth cohort, the aims of this study were a) to investigate the association between TRAP exposure in early life and the history of respiratory symptoms and asthma during the preschool years, and b) to explore whether certain groups of preschool children are more prone to develop respiratory symptoms and asthma in relation to TRAP exposure, focusing on parental allergy, "stressful" family events, and sex.
Keywords: Helicobacter pylori, prevalence, birth cohort, economic status
Life Study, the 2012 birth cohort study, was funded between 2011 and 2016.
The authors focus their study on single-year birth cohorts for the white male population born from 1932 to 1972.
The study, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, examined data for 2,336 children from one of the UK's largest dietary datasets for toddlers, the Gemini twin birth cohort.
Researchers evaluated 1,892 and 1,589 mother-child pairs at the ages of 14 months and 5 years, respectively, in a population-based Spanish birth cohort established during 2004 to 2008.
To determine the relative effect of the birth cohort on HCV-related ESLD incidence in the United States, we analyzed trends in liver transplantation (LT) waitlist registrations and LT surgeries during 1995-2012.
For all children born in a given birth cohort (births between January and December), the model projected the number of person-years lived between 1 and 59 months of age.
The near-doubling of support between 1969 and 1985, from 8% to 15%, reflects the dying off of the oldest Americans in that birth cohort during that time period as much as it does attitude change among those from that birth cohort who were still living.
In examining samples of tap water, infant urine and breast milk from residents participating in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study, researchers found that while urinary arsenic concentrations were generally low, they were still 7.