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The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study is one of the largest follow-up studies into cardiovascular risk from childhood to adulthood. The main aim is to determine the contribution made by childhood lifestyle, biological, and psychological measures to the risk of cardiovascular diseases in adulthood.

The main strengths of the Young Finns Study include its longitudinal study design with regular follow-ups and collection of a diverse set of carefully measured phenotypes, lifestyle measures and socioeconomic background information. The cumulative data allow testing the hypothesis that common diseases and disorders have their origin in early life.

 
  Ideal cardiovascular health in childhood-Longitudinal associations with cardiac structure and function: The Special Turku Coronary Risk Factor Intervention Project (STRIP) and the Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study (YFS).
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  Psychosocial environment in childhood and body mass index growth over 32years.
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  Genome-wide Association Study Identifies 27 Loci Influencing Concentrations of Circulating Cytokines and Growth Factors.
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  Metabolic profiling of pregnancy: cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence.
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  Intergenerational transmission of socioeconomic position and ideal cardiovascular health: 32-year follow-up study.
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  SOS2 and ACP1 Loci Identified through Large-Scale Exome Chip Analysis Regulate Kidney Development and Function.
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