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Data cannot be shared publicly because of confidential information from local public health services. We investigated linear growth and weight attained among children at 10—15 months of age in the first population-based birth cohort in the Brazilian Amazon. Sociodemographic, maternal and birth characteristics were collected in interviews soon after birth at baseline. Anthropometric evaluation was conducted at 10—15 months.
Children with at least one reported malaria episode within the first year of life were 0. The occurrence of malaria was detrimental to linear growth. In a malaria endemic region, reduction of inequalities and disease burden over the first 1, days of life is essential for taking advantage of a critical window of opportunity that can redirect child growth trajectories toward better health and nutrition conditions in the long term.
In low- and middle-income countries, such panorama resulted in a double burden of malnutrition affecting million children with stunting Evidence has shown that the first 2 years of life represents a phase of vulnerability that may influence health and human capital in a favorable or adverse fashion [ 5 ], depending on exposures during the intrauterine period or soon after birth.
Therefore, understanding the factors associated with child growth during this period is relevant to benefit from a window of opportunity to overcome malnutrition and its related effects. Although stunting and overweight were observed in 3.
No association was noted between the prevalence of overweight and socioeconomic status, particularly with the rapid increase in excessive weight among poorer children [ 6 ]. Notably, low- and middle-income countries generally present significant social and health inequalities, which results in higher exposure to pathogens, psychosocial stress, micronutrient deficiencies, and inadequate dietary intake, especially among disadvantaged groups, thereby influencing growth during the early years of life [ 6 , 7 ].