Commentary: Influence of early life intelligence test performance on later health: do lower scoring children become less healthy adults?

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Commentary: Influence of early life intelligence test performance on later health: do lower scoring children become less healthy adults? / Osler, Merete; Batty, George David.

I: International Journal of Epidemiology, Nr. 33/2, 2004, s. 414-415.

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Osler, M & Batty, GD 2004, 'Commentary: Influence of early life intelligence test performance on later health: do lower scoring children become less healthy adults?', International Journal of Epidemiology, nr. 33/2, s. 414-415.

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Osler, M., & Batty, G. D. (2004). Commentary: Influence of early life intelligence test performance on later health: do lower scoring children become less healthy adults? International Journal of Epidemiology, (33/2), 414-415.

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Osler M, Batty GD. Commentary: Influence of early life intelligence test performance on later health: do lower scoring children become less healthy adults? International Journal of Epidemiology. 2004;(33/2):414-415.

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Osler, Merete ; Batty, George David. / Commentary: Influence of early life intelligence test performance on later health: do lower scoring children become less healthy adults?. I: International Journal of Epidemiology. 2004 ; Nr. 33/2. s. 414-415.

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RIS

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