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Placental inflammation, lifestyle, maternal and early child sensitization to allergens - the ALADDIN birth cohort.

To investigate; i) if maternal sensitization to allergens, and lifestyle can influence the risk of acute as well as chronic inflammation of the placenta, in the forms of chorioamnionitis and villitis, respectively, and ii) if these placental inflammations are associated with the outcome of sensitization for the child during preschool age.

Maternal allergen-specific IgG may protect the child against allergic sensitization.

The analysis of allergen-specific IgE responses in birth cohorts with micro-arrayed allergens has provided detailed information regarding the evolution of specific IgE responses in children. High resolution data regarding early development of allergen-specific IgG are needed.

Living in the city center is associated with type-1 sensitization to outdoor allergens in Leipzig, Germany.

Sensitization to type1 allergens with clinical manifestation of allergic rhinitis (AR) and/or allergic asthma has been associated with several host and environmental factors. It was shown that the prevalence of AR is lower among people born and raised on a farm [1,2] and different prevalence rates of type 1 sensitization between inner city areas and suburbs as well as a clear urban-rural gradient with relevant early life factors for AR were reported from Northern Europe with highest prevalence rates in subj...

Allergen content in German cockroach extracts and sensitization profiles to a new expanded set of cockroach allergens determine in vitro extract potency for IgE reactivity.

Cockroach allergens are an important cause of IgE-mediated sensitization in inner-city asthmatics. However, cockroach extracts used for diagnosis and immunotherapy are not standardized.

Nutrition During Pregnancy, Lactation and Early Childhood and its Implications for Maternal and Long-Term Child Health: The Early Nutrition Project Recommendations.

A considerable body of evidence accumulated especially during the last decade, demonstrating that early nutrition and lifestyle have long-term effects on later health and disease ("developmental or metabolic programming").

Maternal dissatisfaction with their children's body size in private schools in the Federal District, Brazil.

We investigated the prevalence of maternal dissatisfaction with their child's body size and its associated factors among mothers of first- to third-grade elementary school students in private schools in the Federal District, Brazil. This is a cross-sectional study with 548 mother-schoolchildren pairs. We measured children's weight and height, and collected their mother's sociodemographic data and Body Mass Index using an online questionnaire. We also verified maternal body dissatisfaction and maternal dissa...

Increased placental T cell trafficking results in adverse neurobehavioral outcomes in offspring exposed to sub-chronic maternal inflammation.

Interleukin-1 beta (IL-1β) is a cytokine mediator of perinatal brain injury. The effect of sub-chronic systemic IL-1β exposure in perinatal and offspring outcomes is unclear. The aim of this study was to examine the effects of maternal IL-1β exposure on pregnancy and offspring outcomes. At E15, CD1 dams were allocated to receive intraperitoneal injection of phosphate buffered saline or mouse recombinant IL-1β (1 mcg) for four consecutive days. We analyzed pup survivaland neurobehavioral status. At E18, ...

Uterine and fetal placental Doppler indices are associated with maternal cardiovascular function.

The mechanism underlying fetal-placental Doppler changes in pre-eclampsia and/or fetal growth restriction are unknown though both are associated with maternal cardiovascular dysfunction. We sought to investigate whether there was a relationship between maternal cardiac output and vascular resistance and feto-placental Doppler in healthy and complicated pregnancy.

Placental serotonin systems in pregnancy metabolic complications associated with maternal obesity and gestational diabetes mellitus.

Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-HT) regulates diverse physiological and behavioural and processes, also acts as a developmental signal in early embryogenesis and in regulation of fetal development. A number of studies have implicated the prominent role of serotonin transporter (SERT or 5-HTT) and 5-HT receptor subtypes in placental development and function. Here, in this article we have provided a comprehensive review on the important role of 5-HT homeostasis in pregnancy outcomes. More specifically, we h...

Maternal blood pressure, cord glucocorticoids, and child neurodevelopment at 2 years of age: a birth cohort study.

Pregnancy hypertensive disorders have impaired neurodevelopment in offspring. We aimed to explore the association of normal range maternal blood pressure (BP) with child neurodevelopment, as well as the possible role of placental 11-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 2 (11β-HSD2) therein.

Prenatal Maternal Stress and Child IQ.

The evidence for negative influences of maternal stress during pregnancy on child cognition remains inconclusive. This study tested the association between maternal prenatal stress and child intelligence in 4,251 mother-child dyads from a multiethnic population-based cohort in the Netherlands. A latent factor of prenatal stress was constructed, and child IQ was tested at age 6 years. In Dutch and Caribbean participants, prenatal stress was not associated with child IQ after adjustment for maternal IQ and s...

Adverse Maternal Metabolic Intrauterine Environment and Placental Epigenetics: Implications for Fetal Metabolic Programming.

Herein, we summarize existent epidemiological studies relating adverse maternal metabolic environments of maternal obesity and gestational diabetes and placental DNA methylation.

Specific IgE Assay for Respiratory Allergens in Patients with Atopy in Ahvaz, Iran.

The frequency of sensitization to respiratory allergens is different in various geographical regions.

Skin reactivity in allergic conjunctivitis.

Allergic conjunctivitis is caused by an IgE-mediated mechanism or immediate hypersensitivity due to allergen direct contact on the conjunctival surface of sensitized patients, which elicits mastocyte activation and inflammatory mediators' release. Up to 47% of patients with allergic conjunctivitis can develop sensitization to perennial allergens; more than 24% of patients can experience sensitization to multiple allergens.

Pathways between maternal depression, the family environment, and child BMI z scores.

Modifiable aspects of the family environment that contribute to overweight in younger children have been identified, including parental feeding practices, child eating behaviors, and parenting practices related to eating and household routines. Maternal depression influences many of these factors, yet research examining pathways that may link maternal depression through the family environment to child weight is lacking. The current study examined parental feeding practices, child eating behaviors, and eatin...

Maternal Depression and Stress in the NICU: Associations With Mother-Child Interactions at Age 5 Years.

Previous studies suggest that maternal postpartum mental health issues may impact parenting and child development in preterm infants, but have often not measured symptomatology in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nor followed families through early childhood. This study examines how maternal depressive symptoms and stress in the NICU are related to parenting behaviors at age 5 years, in mothers of children born very preterm (≤30 weeks gestation).

Placental mesenchymal dysplasia: An underdiagnosed placental pathology with various clinical outcomes.

Placental mesenchymal dysplasia (PMD) is a rare vascular and connective placental anomaly, which is often associated with severe fetal and/or maternal complications. The diversity of presentation of PMD challenges diagnosis and effective pregnancy management.

Effects of the homecare assistance program on maternal and child protection services.

In 2010, the French Ministry of Health started the implementation of the "PRADO" process, which constitutes a way to finance two early post-partum home visits by midwives. These two visits occur between the third and twelfth day of the newborn child. However, this PRADO program has come as a supplementary service, while the Maternal and child protection services ("PMI") were already in charge of home visitation in early postpartum up to the child's sixth birthday. Through a qualitative survey, this study ai...

Predictors of Steroid Hormone Concentrations in Early Pregnancy: Results from a Multi-Center Cohort.

Objectives To identify factors predicting maternal sex steroid hormone concentrations in early pregnancy. Methods The Infant Development and the Environment Study recruited healthy pregnant women from academic medical centers in four US cities. Gold standard liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry was used to measure maternal sex steroids concentrations (total testosterone [TT], free testosterone [FT], estrone [E1], estradiol [E2], and estriol [E3] concentrations) in serum samples from 548 women carr...

Dynamic DNA methylation changes in the maternal oxytocin gene locus (OXT) during pregnancy predict postpartum maternal intrusiveness.

Maternal behavior (MB) is observable across mammals and represents an important feature of environmental variation during early postnatal development. Oxytocin (OT) plays a crucial role in MB. Even prior to childbirth, pregnancy induces epigenetic and other downstream changes in the maternal OT-system, likely mediated by the actions of steroid hormones. However, little is known about the nature and consequences of epigenetic modifications in the maternal OT-encoding gene (OXT) during pregnancy. Our study ai...

Trajectories of maternal distress and risk of child developmental delays: Findings from the All Our Families (AOF) pregnancy cohort.

Existing literature on the impact of the course of maternal distress symptoms in the perinatal period and beyond has mainly focused on one source of distress (e.g., anxiety or depression) and only selected aspects of child development. This study examined the relative impact of trajectories of maternal depression, anxiety, and stress symptoms from mid-pregnancy to early childhood on child communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal social development at three years of age.

Trophoblastic microRNAs are downregulated in a diabetic pregnancy through an inhibition of Drosha.

MicroRNAs are promising biological markers for prenatal diagnosis. They regulate placental development and are present in maternal plasma. Maternal metabolic diseases are major risk factors for placental deterioration. We analysed the influence of a maternal insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus on microRNA expression in maternal plasma and in blastocysts employing an in vivo rabbit diabetic pregnancy model and an in vitro embryo culture in hyperglycaemic and hypoinsulinaemic medium. Maternal diabetes led to ...

Parental Relationship Dissolution and Child Development: The Role of Child Sleep Quality.

We utilized the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing longitudinal dataset to evaluate associations among a maternal relationship dissolution, childhood sleep, and child development, specifically externalizing and internalizing symptoms, attention and social difficulties, as well as cognitive ability, when children were ages 5 (n=3590) and 9 (n=3062). A maternal relationship dissolution was related to poorer child sleep quality at ages 5 and 9. There was evidence of an indirect relation from a maternal relat...

PROCOMIDA, a Food-Assisted Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition Program, Reduces Child Stunting in Guatemala: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Intervention Trial.

Food-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition (FA-MCHN) programs may foster child growth during the first 1000 d (pregnancy and the first 2 y of a child's life), but evidence is scant.

Association between adolescent motherhood and maternal and child health indices in Maiduguri, Nigeria: a community-based cross-sectional study.

Adolescent motherhood (childbearing below 18 years of age) is a major global health and social problem. Understanding the impact of early motherhood on maternal and child health indices is important to community and population health promotion in developing countries. This study examined the association between adolescent motherhood and maternal and child health indices in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

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