Implementation Of Nutritional Strategies Decreases Postnatal Growth Restriction In Preterm Infants (NEW!)

Study reported optimized and individualized nutritional intervention promotes postnatal growth of preterm infants without any effect on % fat mass.

UNC launches new study to uncover nutritional impacts on early brain development

Scientists at UNC and UMN embarked on the Baby Connectome Project (BCP), a groundbreaking NIH study launched in 2016 designed to quantitatively map human brain connectivity from birth through early childhood. Now, researchers are going one step further with the “BCP-Enriched” initiative, a four-year research project funded through Wyeth Nutrition to substantially expand the scope of the original study and explore the connections between nutrition and brain development processes in children ages 0-3 years.

The Clinical Effect Of A New Infant Formula In Term Infants With Constipation: A Double-Blind, Randomized Cross-Over Trial

Reported high sn-2 palmitate, prebiotics and partially hydrolyzed whey protein resulted in a strong tendency of softer stools in constipated infants.

Specific Breast Milk Nutrients May Work Together To Influence Cognitive Abilities Of 6-Month-Old Infants

Reviewed the cohort study abstract that specific breast milk nutrients may work together to influence cognitive development and possible mechanisms.

Synergistic Effects Of Human Milk Nutrients In The Support Of Infant Recognition Memory: An Observational Study

Studied relation of human milk lutein, choline and DHA with recognition memory. Nutrients Interactions appear important to predict infant cognition.

A Machine Learning Approach To Automated Structural Network Analysis: Application To Neonatal Encephalopathy

Reported the methodology of standard machine learning algorithms which offers a novel tool to evaluate neonates at risk of neurological deficit.

Perinatal Nutrition Programs Neuroimmune Function Long-Term: Mechanisms And Implications

This review will address three mechanisms by which perinatal nutrition can program long term neuroimmune function.

An Analysis Of Validity And Reliability Of PedsQL™ 4.0 Among A Sample Of Malaysian Adolescents And Their Parents

Reported adolescent self-report and parent proxy-report of the PedsQL™ 4.0 are valid and reliable to assess HRQoL of Malaysian adolescents.

The Intestinal Microbiome In Early Life: Health And Disease

Reviewed gut microbiome and environmental factors in early life and recent understanding on their role in the immune, metabolic and neurodevelopment.

Cortical Maturation And Myelination In Healthy Toddlers And Young Children

Analyzed the cortical myelination across early childhood from 1 to 6 ys of age in vivo for the first time, using two quantitative imaging techniques.
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Specific Breast Milk Nutrients May Work Together To Influence Cognitive Abilities Of 6-Month-Old Infants

Reviewed the cohort study abstract that specific breast milk nutrients may work together to influence cognitive development and possible mechanisms.

Synergistic Effects Of Human Milk Nutrients In The Support Of Infant Recognition Memory: An Observational Study

Studied relation of human milk lutein, choline and DHA with recognition memory. Nutrients Interactions appear important to predict infant cognition.

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Specific Breast Milk Nutrients May Work Together To Influence Cognitive Abilities Of 6-Month-Old Infants

Reviewed the cohort study abstract that specific breast milk nutrients may work together to influence cognitive development and possible mechanisms.

Synergistic Effects Of Human Milk Nutrients In The Support Of Infant Recognition Memory: An Observational Study

Studied relation of human milk lutein, choline and DHA with recognition memory. Nutrients Interactions appear important to predict infant cognition.