Interior Designs

Shell, Ellen Ruppel
December 2002
Discover;Dec2002, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p48
Provides information on David Barker, a physician and head of the Medical Research Council Environmental Epidemiology Unit at the University of Southampton in England. Details of Barker's theory on the possible fetal origins of adult diseases; Discussion on his work about the buruli ulcer in Uganda; Criticisms on the theory of Barker.


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