Inflamación crónica y factores sociales | 11 OCT 16

Infecciones infantiles, nivel socioeconómico y riesgo cardiometabólico

Interacción entre el nivel socioeconómico y las infecciones en la infancia y el riesgo cardiometabólico en la edad adulta
Autor/a: Liu RS, Burgner DP, Sabin MA Fuente: Pediatrics. 2016; 137(6):e20160236 Childhood Infections, Socioeconomic Status, and Adult Cardiometabolic Risk
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