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Previous studies have focused on a single nutrient’s relationship with disease and thus are unable to strongly support the health claims of a balanced diet. This article explores the integrated effect of nine nutrients on an individual’s physical fitness level. Two-day dietary records and...
Overweight during early childhood has become a major concern in the US, especially as there has been an increase across races, socioeconomic class, and ages. Negative effects on children’s mental, physical, social, and emotional development related to overweight in childhood and adolescence...
The study obtained information using quantitative and qualitative techniques, on key home management practices of common childhood illnesses in Community-Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (C-IMCI) and non-C-IMCI implemented local government areas (LGAs) in Osun state, to determine if...
To assess parental experiences regarding the continuity and coordination of care in children suffering from long-lasting health problems during and after treatment at a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a cross-sectional survey was performed, using a validated tool to obtain continuity and...
This article presents the PRIFAM, an interdisciplinary family intervention program co-constructed with parents of children with a disability. The PRIFAM’s theoretical foundations, clinical model of the adaptation/transformation process and tools have enabled professionals to conceptualize many...
This paper outlines what is currently understood, and what can be hypothesized about paediatric feeding dysfunctions. The paper highlights the current lack of awareness of psychological factors implicated in infant and child feeding, and promotes a behavioural approach to the identification,...
Asthma is one of the leading chronic illnesses among children in the United States. International epidemiological studies have also shown asthma prevalence is an increasing problem. The objective of this study was to examine the correlates of access to care among asthmatic children age 0—17 in...
Fathers are expected to play an increasing part in the care of children, but fathers are not automatically included in studies of early childhood. In this paper we present Swedish fathers’ experiences of child health care. In the study, a total of 237 out of 279 (85%) fathers of small children...
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