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Erratum to: ‘The educational gradient of obesity increases among Swedish pregnant women: a register-based study’

Unfortunately, the original version of this article [1] contained an error. The presentation of Fig. 1 was incorrect. The numbers on the Y-axis are incorrect and need modification. The correct version is provided below.

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Time trends in relative risks of overweight and obesity between Swedish nulliparous women with low vs high education. BMI was assessed at the first visit to the antenatal-care clinic. aRelative risk (95 % confidence interval) for overweight/obesity among women with low education compared to higher educated women, adjusted for maternal age

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    Bjermo H, Lind S, Rasmussen F. The educational gradient of obesity increases among Swedish pregnant women: a register-based study. BMC Public Health. 2015;15:315.

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Bjermo, H., Lind, S. & Rasmussen, F. Erratum to: ‘The educational gradient of obesity increases among Swedish pregnant women: a register-based study’. BMC Public Health 16, 513 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-016-3156-0

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