Hunger Winter: Famine and The Foetal Origins of Disease


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Between the end of 1944 and may of 1945, the Third Reich imposed a devastating embargo on food into the German Occupied Netherlands. The resulting famine killed around 18,000 people. I have been talking to Dr Mandy Drake about how studies on the victims, in particular those who were exposed to the famine whilst in the womb, have given scientists a great insight into the importance of early foetal experiences on health in later life. The Dutch Famine–45 Dutch Famine Cohort Study The Barker Hypothesis Further reading: A reasonable article on the basics of epigenetics: A good videoon molecular machines by Veritasium: More about Dr Drake and her research:

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