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Pregnancy/Infant Feeding

Follow-up study finds supplementing preterm infants with DHA has no effect on neurodevelopment
Pettigrew et al 2023 - Evaluation outcomes of a Western Australian campaign designed to reduce alcohol use in pregnancy
Clinical trial data suggests prenatal vitamin D reduces a child's risk of asthma
Crawford et al 2023 - Docosahexaenoic Acid Explains the Unexplained in Visual Transduction
Wijeakumar S et al 2023 - Stunting in infancy is associated with atypical activation of working memory and attention networks
Less Dairy Leads to Decline in Iodine Concentrations
Breastfeeding is associated with lower levels of body fat at the age of nine
Omega-3 supplementation during pregnancy reduces infant risks for food allergy
Colombo J et al 2023 - Improved Neurodevelopmental Outcomes at 5.5 Years of Age in Children Who Received Bovine Milk Fat Globule Membrane and Lactoferrin in Infant Formula Through 12 Months: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Fats found in breastmilk may provide answers to why breast is best
Study demonstrates adding complex component of milk to infant formula confers long-term cognitive benefits
George A et al 2023 - Defining the lipid profiles of human milk, infant formula, and animal milk: implications for infant feeding
Sauder K et al 2023- Identifying Foods That Optimize Intake of Key Micronutrients During Pregnancy
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Low fibre intake during pregnancy may delay development in infants' brains
Miyake K et al 2023 - Maternal dietary fiber intake during pregnancy and child development: the Japan Environment and Children's Study
Niklewicz A et al 2023 - The importance of vitamin B12 for individuals choosing plant-based diets
Every 2 seconds in the world a baby is born prematurely – report identifies biggest challenges for their survival
The Shrinking Brain and the Global Mental Health Crisis