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Fact sheet on the mission, Human Connectome Project /Grand Challenges, BRAIN initiative, resource and future of NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience.
Panel stated consumption of foods with reduced lactose may help to decrease GI discomfort caused by lactose intake in lactose intolerant individuals.
Important weaning practices and insights from dietary data to develop healthy eating habits early in life: case studies from FITS 2008 and Ming 2012.
Greater nutrient intake improvements in the young children with PE behaviors that received NC with compared to without nutritional supplement.
CDC training models to early care providers on how to monitor children’s development and communicate with their parents. CME credit available.
The administration, scoring, and interpretation of the Bayley-III components were described during this webinar.
A distinct fussy eating behavior profile was identified by LPA, which was related to family and child characteristics, food intake, and BMI.
Providing specific quantified health burden estimates of diverse infant feeding practices that can help inform related public health policy.
Editorial on the adequacy of the nutrient density in family foods in Guatemala to meet the requirement of partially breastfed 6 to 24 month old.
The study reported the cow milk consumption increased risk of nutrient insufficiency of Fe, vitamin D and etc and growing-up milk reduced such risk.