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Pregnancy/Infant Feeding - News

For women with antenatal depression, micronutrients might help them and their babies – new study
Fluoride exposure during pregnancy linked to increased risk of childhood neurobehavioral problems, study finds
Autism and ADHD are linked to disturbed gut flora very early in life
One in four pregnant women not receiving sufficient omega-3 fatty acids, finds study
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Nutritional epigenetics education reduces ultra-processed food intake in parents of children with autism and ADHD
Early childhood fish consumption may protect against neurodevelopmental delays
Children born moderately early are at an increased risk of developmental disorders, meta-analysis finds
Pregnant women are missing vital nutrients, a situation that could worsen with plant-based foods
Follow-up study finds supplementing preterm infants with DHA has no effect on behavioural development
Clinical trial data suggests prenatal vitamin D reduces a child's risk of asthma
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
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
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Low fibre intake during pregnancy may delay development in infants' brains
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