Search Results for "Literature Review On Complementary Feeding"

03:03 EDT 26th October 2014 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: The types of food introduced during complementary feeding and risk of childhood obesity: a systematic review.

The determinants of childhood overweight and obesity are complex, but infant feeding and the early diet are important contributing factors. The complementary feeding period in particular, is a time during which children are nutritionally vulnerable, and a time where life-long eating habits may be established. We conducted a systematic review of the literature that investigated the relationship between the types of food consumed by infants during the complementary feeding period and overweight or obesity dur...

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New technology needed to avoid improper placement of feeding tubes in pediatric patients

Universal guidelines and improvements in technology are needed to reduce injuries and deaths from improper placement of nasogastric feeding tubes in pediatric patients, according to a comprehensive re...

New guidelines and technology needed for placement of feeding tubes in pediatric patients

(American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N.)) Universal guidelines and improvements in technology are needed to reduce injuries and deaths from improper placement of nasogastric...

New scientific review of genetically engineered feeds in livestock diets

(American Society of Animal Science) An article published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Animal Science concludes feeding livestock diets that contain genetically engineered (GE) crops has no impact ...

Link between ritual circumcision procedure, herpes infection in infants examined by analysis

A rare procedure occasionally performed during Jewish circumcisions that involves direct oral suction is a likely source of herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) transmissions, a literature review has f...

Complementary and Alternative Treatments in Cancer

Eight popular complementary interventions in cancer care are assessed on the basis of the scientific literature and what experts in the field say about their safety and effectiveness. Medscape Oncol...

Review on GE Crop Animal Feeding Studies

University of California scientist Alison Van Eenennaam reviewed the results of animal-feeding studies involving genetically engineered feeds. The paper was published in the Journal of Animal Science...

Tips for Keeping Breast-Feeding Goals on Track

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Suggestions for successful breast feeding from nurse midwifery program

Most new moms know the benefits of breast feeding. For babies, it can lower the risk of developing asthma, diabetes, and leukemia. For moms, it reduces the risk of breast cancer. But many women still ...

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An integrative review of the literature on the chiropractic care of infants with constipation.

Constipation compromises the health-related quality of life of children. Chiropractic is a popular alternative therapy for children with constipation. We performed this integrative review of the liter...

The role of gastrostomy tube placement in advanced dementia with dysphagia: a critical review.

Over 4.5 million people in North America had a diagnosis of dementia in the year 2000, and more than half had advanced disease with potential aspiration risk. There is much controversy regarding the u...

Feeding regulation in Drosophila.

Neuromodulators play a key role in adjusting animal behavior based on environmental cues and internal needs. Here, we review the regulation of Drosophila feeding behavior to illustrate how neuromodula...

Inadvertent intravenous administration of maternal breast milk in a six-week-old infant: a case report and review of the literature.

Accidental intravenous administration of an enteral feeding can be fatal or cause complications such as sepsis, acute respiratory and circulatory failure, acute renal failure, hepatic insufficiency, c...

Infantile swallowing.

Increasing numbers of preterm infants 1 and ever-improving potentials in neonatal medicine will lead to a rising incidence in infantile feeding problems. Profound knowledge regarding the development a...

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