Letters that contribute to risk and resilience in preterm survivors Miscalculation and Errors in Numbers Reported likely continue beyond the neonatal intensive care in Table unit. Our work in 2016 has shown that later postnatal To the Editor We write to report errors that occurred in exposures, such as exposure to bullying, increase the our article, “Respiratory Infections in Early Life and the risk of psychiatric problems in adulthood, while other Development of Islet Autoimmunity in Children at factors that might be expected to be linked to elevated Increased Type 1 Diabetes Risk: Evidence From the risk (eg, motor coordination problems) do not. Such BABYDIET Study,” that was published in JAMA Pediatrics findings not only highlight the complexity of these (2013;167:800-807). We noticed the errors when we pathways but also that inter vening on certain were asked by colleagues to provide more details on infec- modifiable exposures could have the potential to improve tion frequencies by seasonality of infections. For this pur- the health and well-being of these individuals across pose, we had to redo some of the calculations and realized the lifespan. that we were not able to reproduce some of the data from We also agree that
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Published: Jan 21, 2017
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