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Suboptimal feeding and caring practices among young Indian children ages 12 to 24 mo living in the slums of New Delhi.

Inappropriate infant and young child feeding and caring practices affect nutritional status, increases the risk for growth faltering, and ultimately, affect child survival. The aim of this study was to characterize the feeding and caring practices of disadvantaged urban Indian children 12 to 24 mo of age in relation to the World Health Organization (WHO) and Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) recommendations.


Parents' cooking skills confidence reduce children's consumption of ultra-processed foods.

Ultra-processed foods are industrial formulations requiring little if any preparation before consumption. Their consumption is increasing in many countries and one of the possible determinants is the decrease in home cooking. As parents are key for family meals, we analysed the influence of parents' cooking skills confidence on children's consumption of ultra-processed foods at dinner. This is a cross-sectional study with 657 child-parent pairs from nine private schools in São Paulo, Brazil. Food consumpti...

Cooking without thinking: How understanding cooking as a practice can shed new light on inequalities in healthy eating.

In the UK the way we eat has become the biggest cause of preventable illness and death, placing a huge burden on our health system. Studies have found this is particularly true for those in more deprived areas. In the context of cheap ultra-processed foods, public health interventions to reduce this healthy eating gap often promote cooking 'from scratch' as a means of making increased fruit and vegetable consumption affordable on a tight budget. However the effectiveness of such healthy cooking intervention...


Unpacking the relationships between positive feeding practices and children's eating behaviours: The moderating role of child temperament.

Evidence suggests that children's eating behaviours are influenced by the feeding practices which parents employ. Furthermore, parents may alter the feeding practices they use according to their child's temperament. However, there is a paucity of literature on how children's temperament moderates the relationship between parents' use of feeding practices and children's eating behaviours. One hundred and eleven mothers of 2 to 4-year-old children completed questionnaire measures of their feeding practices al...

Watching TV Cooking Programs: Effects on Actual Food Intake Among Children.

To test the effects of a cooking program on healthy food decisions.

Feeding practices of pre-school children and associated factors in Kathmandu, Nepal.

In developing countries such as Nepal, many children aged below 3 years do not grow at a sufficiently high rate and are vulnerable to micronutrient deficiencies (e.g. vitamin A). Challenges to child nutrition can result from poverty, unhealthy traditional practices, inadequate caring and feeding practices. The present study aimed to assess the feeding practices of pre-school children and their associated factors.

Impact of physical exercise on children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorders: Evidence through a meta-analysis.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) which is characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of attention, hyperactivity and impulsivity, is considered as the most common neurodevelopmental disorder in childhood. Physical exercise has shown to have several benefits in the improvement of children with ADHD. In this meta-analysis, we aimed to systematically show, with evidence, the impact of physical exercise on children with ADHD.

Organophosphate pesticide metabolite concentrations in urine during pregnancy and offspring attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and autistic traits.

Prenatal exposure to organophosphate (OP) pesticides has been associated with altered neuronal cell development and behavioral changes in animal offspring. However, the few studies investigating the association between prenatal OP pesticide exposure and neurodevelopmental outcomes such as Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and autistic traits in children produced mixed findings.

Oral narrative structure and coherence of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

This study aimed to characterize and compare the use of typical story grammar elements and global coherence level in the oral narrative of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder with the narrative of children without the disorder and with typical development.

Emergency contraception: Links between providers' counseling choices, prescribing behaviors, and sociopolitical context.

Healthcare decisions depend on the characteristics of patients and providers. However, how these decisions are influenced by provider interpretations of biological processes and the sociopolitical context in which they work remains unclear. To answer these questions, we explore providers' prescribing of emergency contraception (EC), methods that can prevent pregnancy after sex has already occurred. Despite the consensus mainstream medical definition that pregnancy begins after a fertilized egg implants in t...

Car seat survey at a children's hospital: need a booster?

Child restraint practices among New Zealand children have fallen short of best practice recommendations. In 2013, New Zealand child restraint legislation was amended. The aim of the present study was to determine the child restraint practices of a cohort of children admitted to hospital and how practices have changed since the amendment in child restraint legislation.

Innovative applications of waste cooking oil as raw material.

The consideration towards waste cooking oils is changing from hazardous waste to valuable raw material for industrial application. During the last 5 years, some innovative processes based on the employment of recycled waste cooking oil have appeared in the literature. In this review article, the most recent and innovative applications of recycled waste cooking oil are reported and discussed. These include the production of bioplasticizers, the application of chemicals derived from waste cooking oils as en...

Maternal Vitamin D Levels and the Risk of Offspring Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Recent evidence has highlighted the importance of vitamin D to the development of the central nervous system. Some studies have shown an association between maternal vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy and offspring Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms based on parent- or teacher ratings. There are no previous studies on early pregnancy 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels and the risk of diagnosed offspring ADHD. Our aim was to examine maternal 25(OH)D levels in early pregnancy and of...

Seizures in children with epilepsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Epilepsy is an important disorder that inattention problems are accompanying with it. This study aimed to explore the features of seizures in children with epilepsy and with or without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Is it possible to reduce the cooking time of mortadellas using ultrasound without affecting their oxidative and microbiological quality?

This study evaluated the reduction of cooking time of mortadellas using ultrasound (US, 25 kHz) and the effects on the oxidative and microbiological quality of the product. Three cooking conditions were studied: control, cooking time traditionally adopted by the meat industry; TUS and TWUS: cooking with and without US application and 50% reduction of the traditional cooking time, respectively. The application of US did not increase the peroxide, conjugated dienes, and TBARS indices and did not accelerate ...

The relationship between alpha asymmetry and ADHD depends on negative affect level and parenting practices.

Atypical frontal alpha asymmetry is associated with the approach/withdrawal and affective processes implicated in many psychiatric disorders. Rightward alpha asymmetry, associated with high approach, is a putative endophenotype for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). However, findings are inconsistent, likely because of a failure to consider emotional heterogeneity within the ADHD population. In addition, how this putative risk marker interacts with environmental factors known to increase sympt...

Exposure to household air pollution during first 3 years of life and IQ level among 6-8-year-old children in India - A cross-sectional study.

Many illnesses have been attributed to the exposure of solid biomass smoke but the effect on intelligence has largely been unexplored. The study aims to examine the effect of exposure to solid biomass smoke during the first 3 years of life on intelligence among 6-8-year-old children. Children aged 6-8 years were enrolled from a primary school and their houses were visited to collect data on socio-economic status and household exposure assessment. Households using LPG as cooking fuel were considered as the...

Cochlear implant outcomes in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Comparison with controls.

The coincidence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and hearing loss in the children has adverse effects in speech, cognition, communication and motor development. This can influence cochlear implant (CI) outcomes negatively. The aim of this study was to compare auditory, language, speech, cognition, communication and motor outcomes between CI children with versus without ADHD.

Association between both maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index/gestational weight gain and overweight/obesity children at preschool stage.

To investigate the association of both maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI) and gestational weight gain (GWG) with childhood overweight and adiposity in preschool children. A total of 4 303 preschool children aged 3-5 years were enrolled in our study during June and November 2016 in Guangzhou. Children defined as overweight and obesity were according to the criteria of WHO while weight status during maternal pre-pregnancy was using the China Adult Reference. Gestational weight gain was defined acco...

A systematic review of coping strategies in parents of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Parents of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) use several coping strategies to deal with ADHD symptoms impacting family life.

Using repeated exposure through hands-on cooking to increase CHILDREN'S preferences for fruits and vegetables.

Few children in the United States meet national fruit and vegetable intake recommendations, highlighting a need for interventions. Children's food preferences act as a barrier to fruit and vegetable consumption, but prior research has demonstrated that repeated taste exposures can increase children's acceptance of these foods. Prior research in this area has typically utilized controlled procedures in which children sample small tastes of target foods over repeated occasions. The primary aim of the present ...

Change and Continuity in Low-Income Working Mothers' Food Practices for Young Children in Response to Life Events.

To understand how changes in low-income mothers' work, home, and childcare environments impact their food practices for young children.

To eat or not to eat: Reward delay impulsivity in children with loss of control eating, attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, a double diagnosis, and healthy children.

Reward delay impulsivity is a feature of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and a likely feature of loss of control eating (LOC-E), which might explain the higher risk of children with ADHD or LOC-E to become obese. The goal of this study was to investigate reward delay impulsivity in children with LOC-E, ADHD, or a double diagnosis, in contrast to healthy children. Children (8 to 13 years) with LOC-E (n = 24), ADHD (n = 33), a double diagnosis (n = 9), and healthy children (n = 34) performed a...

Relations between caregiver-report of sleep and executive function problems in children with autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Many children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience comorbid symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Additionally, children with ASD and ADHD often have sleep disturbances and deficits in executive functioning (EF). In typical development, sleep disturbances are causally linked to EF deficits and exacerbate ADHD-like symptoms.

Comparison of the K-WISC-IV profiles of boys with autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

This study aimed to compare the intelligence profiles of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) using the Korean Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fourth Edition (K-WISC-IV) scores to differentiate between their cognitive characteristics.


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