Kathleen M. Rasmussen
Kathleen M. Rasmussen
The N.S. Meining Professor of Maternal and Child Nutrition, emerita; Cornell University
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Institute of Medicine, National Research Council. Weight gain during pregnancy: re-examining the guidelines
KM Rasmussen, AL Yaktine
Washington DC: National Academy Press, 2009
Combined associations of prepregnancy body mass index and gestational weight gain with the outcome of pregnancy
EA Nohr, M Vaeth, JL Baker, TIA Sørensen, J Olsen, KM Rasmussen
The American journal of clinical nutrition 87 (6), 1750-1759, 2008
New guidelines for weight gain during pregnancy: what obstetrician/gynecologists should know
KM Rasmussen, PM Catalano, AL Yaktine
Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology 21 (6), 521-526, 2009
Breastfeeding and health outcomes for the mother-infant dyad
CM Dieterich, JP Felice, E O’Sullivan, KM Rasmussen
Pediatric Clinics 60 (1), 31-48, 2013
Is there a causal relationship between iron deficiency or iron-deficiency anemia and weight at birth, length of gestation and perinatal mortality?
KM Rasmussen
The Journal of nutrition 131 (2), 590S-603S, 2001
Prepregnant overweight and obesity diminish the prolactin response to suckling in the first week postpartum
KM Rasmussen, CL Kjolhede
Pediatrics 113 (5), e465-e471, 2004
The national academies collection: reports funded by national institutes of health
Institute of Medicine Committee on Strategies to Reduce Sodium Intake
Dietary reference intakes for calcium and vitamin D, 2011
Maternal prepregnant body mass index, duration of breastfeeding, and timing of complementary food introduction are associated with infant weight gain
JL Baker, KF Michaelsen, KM Rasmussen, TIA Sørensen
The American journal of clinical nutrition 80 (6), 1579-1588, 2004
Breastfeeding reduces postpartum weight retention
JL Baker, M Gamborg, BL Heitmann, L Lissner, TIA Sørensen, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 88 (6), 1543-1551, 2008
A new definition of maternal depletion syndrome.
A Winkvist, KM Rasmussen, JP Habicht
American journal of public health 82 (5), 691-694, 1992
Appropriate infant feeding practices result in better growth of infants and young children in rural Bangladesh
KK Saha, EA Frongillo, DS Alam, SE Arifeen, LÅ Persson, KM Rasmussen
The American journal of clinical nutrition 87 (6), 1852-1859, 2008
Obesity, gestational weight gain and preterm birth: a study within the Danish National Birth Cohort
EA Nohr, BH Bech, M Vaeth, KM Rasmussen, TB Henriksen, J Olsen
Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology 21 (1), 5-14, 2007
Recommendations for weight gain during pregnancy in the context of the obesity epidemic
KM Rasmussen, B Abrams, LM Bodnar, NF Butte, PM Catalano, ...
Obstetrics & Gynecology 116 (5), 1191-1195, 2010
High prepregnant body mass index is associated with early termination of full and any breastfeeding in Danish women
JL Baker, KF Michaelsen, TIA Sørensen, KM Rasmussen
The American journal of clinical nutrition 86 (2), 404-411, 2007
High dose vitamin A supplementation of breast-feeding Indonesian mothers: effects on the vitamin A status of mother and infant
RJ Stoltzfus, M Hakimi, KW Miller, KM Rasmussen, S Dawiesah, ...
The Journal of nutrition 123 (4), 666-675, 1993
High prepregnant body mass index is associated with poor lactation outcomes among white, rural women independent of psychosocial and demographic correlates
JA Hilson, KM Rasmussen, CL Kjolhede
Journal of human lactation 20 (1), 18-29, 2004
Effects of prenatal micronutrient and early food supplementation on maternal hemoglobin, birth weight, and infant mortality among children in Bangladesh: the MINIMat randomized …
LÅ Persson, S Arifeen, EC Ekström, KM Rasmussen, EA Frongillo, ...
Jama 307 (19), 2050-2059, 2012
Effect of repeated cycles on maternal nutritional status, lactational performance and litter growth in ad libitum-fed and chronically food-restricted rats
KL Fishbeck, KM Rasmussen
J Nutr 117 (11), 1967-1975, 1987
Maternal obesity and breast-feeding success in a rural population of white women
JA Hilson, KM Rasmussen, CL Kjolhede
The American journal of clinical nutrition 66 (6), 1371-1378, 1997
The “fetal origins” hypothesis: challenges and opportunities for maternal and child nutrition
KM Rasmussen
Annual review of nutrition 21 (1), 73-95, 2001
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