- Correspondence to:
Dr S D Leary
Unit of Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, Department of Community-based Medicine, University of Bristol, 24 Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TQ, UK; s.d.learybristol.ac.uk
- Accepted December 28, 2004
- First published April 25, 2005.
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1. In the supplementary article there is some text in the Results section that should appear as a footnote to a table. Paragraph 4: 'beta values were calculated from separate regression models, treating the nutrient quartiles as categorical variables, and p values are for trends across the categories' should appear at the bottom of Table 4.
2. In the full text of the main article, Table 1 footnotes, 'beta values were calculated ...' is not part of the second footnote, and should appear on a line of its own as follows:
†Adjusted for measurement factors, current anthropometry, maternal and social factors, birth weight, and gestation.
Beta values were calculated from separate regression models, treating the nutrient quartiles as categorical variables, and p values are for trends across the categories.
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