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Thursday, August 11 • 2:30pm - 3:10pm
DOHaD: The Developmental Origins of Health and Disease

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We are developing an increasing understanding of the physiological and pathophysiological basis for how our environment influences early human development, especially with regard to risk of later non-communicable disease. Disruptive processes, especially those which are evolutionarily novel, can lead to disease in later life. If the processes producing a propensity to the likes of obesity and insulin resistance are established in early life, then interventions in adults may come too late to be effective, especially at a population health level. This talk offers an introduction to the DOHaD concept and outlines the implications in holds, not only for health professionals, but among policymakers, opinion leaders, and the general public.

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Jamie Scott

PGDipSportExMed, PGDipNutMed, Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand
Vice-President, The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand. Jamie Scott holds postgraduate qualifications in Sport and Exercise Medicine, and in Nutrition Medicine, as well as undergraduate degrees in Human Nutrition, and in Exercise Science. He is the co-founder of the AHSNZ... Read More →


Thursday August 11, 2016 2:30pm - 3:10pm
West

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