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- Vetter, C., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Physiology & behavior 2019 v.207 pp. 185-193
- alpha-amylase; biomarkers; children; conception; cortisol; diurnal variation; exposure assessment; humans; maternal exposure; mothers; pregnancy; saliva; work schedules; young adults
- ... Recent studies suggest an intergenerational influence of stress such that maternal exposure even before pregnancy could impact offspring health outcomes later in life. In humans, investigations on the impact of maternal stressors on offspring health outcomes, including stress-sensitive biomarkers, have largely been limited to extreme stressors. Prior studies have not addressed more moderate matern ...