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*  Animal psychopathology
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a unique mental disorder that cannot be fully cured. It can be controlled and understood, and ... Baboons had lower levels of cortisol if they 1. played with infants and cultivated friendships, 2. could tell if a situation ... nutrition, and communication. First, I advised Connie to step up Hogan's exercise to a minimum of thirty minutes of aerobic ... Canine Compulsive Disorder (CCD) is not only specific to certain breeds of dogs, but the breed may affect the specific types of ...
*  Lactation
Newborn infants often produce some witch's milk. Galactorrhea is milk production unrelated to nursing. It can occur in males ... The chief function of lactation is to provide nutrition and immune protection to the young after birth. In almost all mammals, ... jaw or mouth structure deficits poor latching technique rare maternal endocrine disorders hypoplastic breast tissue inadequate ... A poor milk ejection reflex can be due to sore or cracked nipples, separation from the infant, a history of breast surgery, or ...
*  National Down Syndrome Congress
... infant nutrition and early childhood education through high school transitions and job placement through aging and nutrition ... as well as for families with a member who has a co-occurring diagnosis of Down syndrome and an autism spectrum disorder. In ...
*  Colostrum
In preterm infants some IgA may be absorbed through the intestinal epithelium and enter the blood stream though there is very ... People with eating disorders also have low levels of IGF-1 due to malnutrition, as do obese individuals. Supplementation with ... Uruakpa, F; Ismond, M.A.H; Akobundu, E.N.T (2002). "Colostrum and its benefits: a review". Nutrition Research. 22 (6): 755-767 ... Nutrition. 17 (3): 243-7. doi:10.1016/S0899-9007(00)00552-9. PMID 11312068. Arai, Y.; Hirose, N.; Yamamura, K.; Shimizu, K.; ...
*  Iron supplement
Another review found that "intermittent regimens (of oral iron supplementation) produced similar maternal and infant outcomes ... Kumpf, V. (1996). "Parenteral iron supplementation". Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 11 (4): 139-46. doi:10.1177/ ... BMC Blood Disorders. 11: 4. doi:10.1186/1471-2326-11-4. PMC 3206450 . PMID 21942989. "2016 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and ... Nutrition Research. 20 (9): 1279-86. doi:10.1016/s0271-5317(00)00215-3. Aronstam, A.; Aston, D. (1982). "A comparative trial of ...
*  Public health
Field nurses targeted native women for health education, emphasizing personal hygiene and infant care and nutrition. Public ... "Public health principles and neurological disorders. In: Neurological Disorders: Public Health Challenges. Geneva; 2006 - http ... Infant mortality has plummeted. Cuban medical internationalism as a policy has seen the Cuban government sent doctors as a form ... In Britain, the infant mortality rate fell from over 15% in 1870 to 7% by 1930. France 1871-1914 followed well behind ...
*  Immigrant paradox
Other research with Latino populations shows that immigrants are less likely to suffer from any mental disorder than non-Latino ... Voelker, Rebecca (1994-12-21). "Born in the USA: Infant Health Paradox". JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association ... The Journal of Nutrition. 128 (4): 701-706. ISSN 0022-3166. PMID 9521631. Aretakis, Maria T.; Ceballo, Rosario; Suarez, Gloria ... First-generation Mexican immigrants to the United States were found to have lower incidences of mood disorders and substance ...
*  Alcohol and cancer
Nutrition and Prostate Cancer Bagnardi V, Blangiardo M, La Vecchia C, Corrao G (November 2001). "A meta-analysis of alcohol ... Tyrosinemia Type I, an inherited disorder in tyrosine metabolism impacting the second enzyme in the heme metabolic pathway is ... and risk of infant leukemia: a Childrens Cancer Group study". Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 88 (1): 24-31. doi: ... Kyle RA, Rajkumar SV (December 2007). "Epidemiology of the plasma-cell disorders". Best Pract Res Clin Haematol. 20 (4): 637-64 ...
*  Molybdenum
Revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels. FR page 33982" (PDF). "Changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel - Compliance ... It was then introduced as a treatment in Wilson's disease, a hereditary copper metabolism disorder in humans; it acts both by ... A congenital molybdenum cofactor deficiency disease, seen in infants, is an inability to synthesize molybdenum cofactor, the ... "Overview on Dietary Reference Values for the EU population as derived by the EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and ...
*  Micronutrient
Improved nutrition is essential to sustained economic growth. Micronutrient deficiency elimination is as cost effective as the ... decrease infant and child mortality by 40 percent, and increase people's work capacity by almost half. The elimination of these ... households in developing countries were consuming iodized salt and the number of countries in which iodine deficiency disorders ... Balanced crop nutrition supplying all essential nutrients, including zinc, is a cost effective management strategy. Even with ...
*  Wasting
Voluntary weight loss and eating disorders are excluded as causes of wasting. Children: Weight-for-height (WFH). In infants ... Tufts University Nutrition/Infection Unit. ...
*  Maria Luisa Escolar
"Neurodevelopment in Rare Disorders (NDRD) Home". Ndrdvirtualmed.com. Retrieved 2015-07-19. Husain AM; Escolar ML; Kurtzberg J ( ... nutrition, education, social work, biostatistics, and nursing. In addition, she serves as a consultant to establish similar ... "Spatiotemporal modeling of discrete-time distribution-valued data applied to DTI tract evolution in infant neurodevelopment". ... "Neurodevelopment in Rare Disorders (NDRD): Research". ndrdvirtualmed.com. Buhrman D, Thakkar K, Poe M, Escolar ML (2014). " ...
*  Hispanic paradox
... and first week than that of infants born to non-Hispanic white, U.S.-born women. In 2003, the national Hispanic infant ... Mental health disorders are an important health problem for those of low socioeconomic status; they are two to five times more ... Another negative effect of acculturation is changes in diet and nutrition. More acculturated Latinos eat less fruits, ... found that infants born to Mexican Immigrant women in the United States have about a 10% lower mortality in the first hour, ...
*  Weston Price
By 1930, Price had shifted his interest to nutrition. In 1939, he published Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, detailing his ... While extolling their health, he ignored their short life expectancy and high rates of infant mortality, endemic diseases, and ... intestinal disorders, and anemia could be explained by infections in the mouth. This theory held that infected teeth should be ... Nutrition and Physical Degeneration (6th ed.). Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation. ISBN 0-916764-08-7. CS1 maint: Multiple ...
*  Intrauterine growth restriction
20% of stillborn infants have IUGR. Perinatal mortality rates are 4-8 times higher for infants with IUGR, and morbidity is ... Effect of hogget nutrition in pregnancy on lamb birthweight and survival to weaning. N. Z. J. Agr. Res. 48: 165-175. Bell AW, ... If the offspring actually develops in an environment rich in food it may be more prone to metabolic disorders, such as obesity ... 1992). Fetal and infant origins of adult disease. London: British Medical Journal. ISBN 0-7279-0743-3. Vatnick I., G. Ignotz, B ...
*  Infant
Wells, Dilys (January 1995). "Infant Feeding". Nutrition & Food Science. 95 (2): 42-44. doi:10.1108/00346659510078312. Marriott ... A lack of attachment or a seriously disrupted capacity for attachment could potentially amount to serious disorders.[citation ... Infants may be born with full heads of hair; others, particularly caucasian infants, may have very fine hair or may even be ... As an infant's diet matures, finger foods may be introduced as well as fruit, vegetables and small amounts of meat. As infants ...
*  Maternal health
Because the embryo or fetus's nutrition is based on maternal protein, vitamin, mineral, and total caloric intake, infants born ... During this time bleeding, sepsis and hypertensive disorders can occur and newborns are extremely vulnerable in the immediate ... Lower rates of infant mortality are observed in breastfed babies in addition to lower rates of sudden infant death syndrome ( ... The majority of infants who contract HIV through breast milk do so within the first six weeks of life. However, in healthy ...
*  University of Iowa Children's Hospital
... which had previously been treated through surgeries to infants or children at a young age. The Ponseti method is a way to treat ... ranked UI Children's pediatric kidney disorders treatment program as 25th. This makes UI Children's Hospital the first in Iowa ... Nutrition, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, Orthopaedic Surgery, ...
*  Vitamin E deficiency
... typically evaluates the nutritional needs of premature infants. Rare disorders of fat metabolism - There is a rare genetic ... Food and Nutrition Board. Dietary Reference Intakes: Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Selenium, and Carotenoids. Washington, DC: National ... Muller DP, Lloyd JK, Wolff OH (1983). "Vitamin E and neurological function: abetalipoproteinaemia and other disorders of fat ... Abetalipoproteinemia is a rare inherited disorder of fat metabolism that results in poor absorption of dietary fat and vitamin ...
*  Richard David Semba
"NUTRITION AND HIV INFECTION" (PDF). ocw.jhsph.edu. Retrieved 20 October 2013. "HANDBOOK OF NUTRITION" (PDF). Retrieved 20 ... Before the year ended, on November 13, he spoke at Ghent, Belgium, about the transmission of HIV from mothers to infants and ... On March 10, 1996, he held a seminar on Eye Infections and Seasonal Eye Disorders at the Frederick Berman Memorial Seminar, and ... On the anniversary of September 11 attacks he held a conference on Nutrition and Aging in Little Rock, Arkansas which was the ...
*  Folate
"Changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel - Compliance Date" Owens, Janel E.; Clifford, Andrew J.; Bamforth, Charles W. (2007). " ... Taylor MJ, Carney SM, Goodwin GM, Geddes JR (June 2004). "Folate for depressive disorders: systematic review and meta-analysis ... "Effect of folate supplementation on folate status and health outcomes in infants, children and adolescents: A systematic review ... "Overview on Dietary Reference Values for the EU population as derived by the EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and ...
*  Vitamin A
Tanumihardjo SA (2011). "Vitamin A: biomarkers of nutrition for development". The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 94 (2 ... Vitamin A supplementation for infants up to six months of age reduces infant mortality or morbidity in low- and middle-income ... The Neurologic, Neurogenic and Neuropsychiatric Disorders Handbook. New Hyde Park, NY. Medical Examination Publishing Co., 1982 ... For infants up to 12 months there was not sufficient information to establish a RDA, so Adequate Intake (AI) shown instead. As ...
*  Child neglect
Infants are often weighed and measured when seen by their physicians for well-baby check-ups. The physician initiates a more ... The developmental delay may be caused by a genetic disorder, disease or physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Of course the ... stimulation or nutrition, what collectively can be referred to as nurturance. Given that neglect is a dynamic between the ... Another result of child neglect is what people call "failure to thrive". Infants who have deficits in growth and abnormal ...
*  Fetal rights
Some states require that medical providers report any infant who is born with a physical dependency, or who tests positive for ... Studies have linked exposure to various levels of methylmercury in utero to neurological disorders in children. The use of ... Beginning of human personhood Born alive rule Children's rights Embryo adoption Nutrition and pregnancy Prenatal care ... In 1762, English jurist and judge William Blackstone wrote that an "infant in its mother's womb" could benefit from a legacy ...
*  Constipation in children
On average, infants have 3-4 bowel movements/day, and toddlers have 2-3 bowel movements per day. At around age 4, children ... Similar disorders to HD include anal achalasia and hypoganglionosis. In hypoganglionosis, there is a low number of neural crest ... Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 58 (2): 265-281. doi:10.1097/mpg.0000000000000266. Wexner, Steven (2006). ... Especially in infants, changes in formula or transitioning from breast milk to formula can cause constipation. Fortunately, the ...
*  Maternal death
In most cases, high rates of maternal deaths occur in the same countries that have high rates of infant mortality. These trends ... The most common causes of anemia/anaemia are poor nutrition, iron, and other micronutrient deficiencies, which are in addition ... During this time bleeding, sepsis and hypertensive disorders can occur and newborns are extremely vulnerable in the immediate ... The effect of a mother's death results in vulnerable families and their infants, if they survive childbirth, are more likely to ...
*  Iodine in biology
Revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels. FR page 33982" (PDF). "Changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel - Compliance ... International Council for the Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders. Assessment of iodine deficiency disorders and monitoring ... The mammary gland actively concentrates iodine into milk for the benefit of the developing infant, and may develop a goiter- ... The tolerable upper intake level for iodine, established by the Food and Nutrition Board, is 1,100 µg/day for adults. The safe ...