Weight gain in the first two years of life is an important predictor of schooling outcomes in pooled analyses from five birth cohorts from low- and middle-income countries

Reynaldo Martorell*, Bernardo L. Horta, Linda S. Adair, Aryeh D. Stein, Linda Richter, Caroline H.D. Fall, Santosh K. Bhargava, S. K.Dey Biswas, Lorna Perez, Fernando C. Barros, Cesar G. Victora, Pedro Hallal, Denise Gigante, Manuel Ramirez-Zea, Vinod Kapani, Clive Osmond, Andrew Wills, Darren Dahly, Christopher Kuzawa, Harshpal Singh SachdevShane A. Norris, Mathew Mainwaring, Daniel Lopes

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