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Follow-up study finds supplementing preterm infants with DHA has no effect on neurodevelopment
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
Critical Brain Nutrients: Evidence that Current Dietary Advice Harms Mental Health – and Potential Solutions
Could low iron be making mental health symptoms worse?
A larger dose of vitamin D may decrease psychiatric symptoms at school age
Higher rates of autism and ADHD in American children may reflect poor diet and toxic exposures
Research calls for DHA supplementation in vegetarian breastfeeding mothers
Planning for a baby? Why both men and women should consider quitting alcohol before and during pregnancy
Father's alcohol consumption before conception linked to brain and facial defects in offspring
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Lower birth weight, more weight gain seen with in utero COVID-19 exposure
Improved health during pregnancy - for mothers and their babies - linked with taxing sugary drinks
Excess calories during development may alter the brain and spur adult overeating
Can certain nutrients protect against the effects of fetal alcohol exposure?
How diet affects a child's mental health
Offspring obesity: review stresses “urgent need” to address maternal vitamin D deficiencies
Study shows impact of vitamin D, thyroid hormones on child development
Omega-3 fatty acid could boost IQ for preterm babies
ISSFAL supports 'important role’ for omega-3s for lower pre-term birth risks
Pregnant women with obesity and diabetes may be more likely to have a child with ADHD
Study calls for change in guidance about eating fish during pregnancy
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Choline makes a key nutrient available for baby development
Maternal consumption of soft drinks may be linked to ADHD symptoms in offspring
Maternal intake of choline during pregnancy impacts children's sustained attention
One in two pregnancies are affected by iron deficiency, yet many women don't get a simple screening test to check
Higher maternal prenatal BMI may harm child cognition
Fatty liver more common in children of mothers with obesity
CoQ10 for pregnant rats reverses diet-induced retinal damage in offspring
Study shows early preterm births can be decreased with DHA supplementation
How the gut microbiota develops in the first five years of life
Brain changed by caffeine in utero, study finds
Halved risk for severe retinal disease in extremely premature infants
The essential role of iodine in the diet
Why COVID makes it more important than ever that pregnant (and breastfeeding) women take vitamin D
Vitamin D levels during pregnancy linked with child IQ - AGAIN
Study: Maternal vitamin D deficiency could impair baby's cognitive development
The benefits of DHA & Choline for brain development and function - FOOD MATTERS LIVE
Iodine supplements needed to boost low levels in women post-pregnancy: Study
Chemists develop foolproof new test to track the fats we eat
Alcohol consumption by fathers before conception could negatively impact child development (and choline supplementation in pregnancy reduces similar brain damage from maternal alcohol consumption)
Eating fruit during pregnancy boosts babies' brain development, new study confirms