Nutrition Publication

Nutrition and Growth Yearbook 2014

Editor(s): B. Koletzko, R. Shamir, D. Turck, M. Phillip.

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated

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Pregnancy Impact of Maternal Nutrition on Intrauterine Fetal Growth

Author(s): Y. Yogev, L. Hiersch

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated

Obesity Metabolic Syndrome and Nutrition

Author(s): T. Battelino, S. Shalitin

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated

Nutrition and Growth in Chronic Diseases

Author(s): C. Hartman, M. Altowati, S. Faisal Ahmed, R. Shamir

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated

Neonatal and Infant Nutrition Breastfeeding

Author(s): D. Turck, J. van Goudoever

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated

Malnutrition and Catch-Up Growth during Childhood and Puberty

Author(s): Y. Jee, J. Baron, M. Phillip, Z. Bhutta

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated

Cognition

Author(s): H. Hull, S. Carlson

The relation between nutrition and growth in children is one of the key concerns of child health. The interaction between nutrition and growth poses a challenge to pediatricians, including subspecialists in pediatric nutrition, endocrinology and gastroenterology, pediatric nutritionists and dieticians, and other health professionals involved in the care of children. Thus, exchanging concepts and knowledge between the professionals of all the different disciplines is key to facilitating research and interdisciplinary clinical collaborations.The growing interest in the relationship between nutrition and growth gave rise to numerous articles in various medical journals.The main idea is to bring to practicing physicians succinct editorial comments, evaluating the clinical importance of each article and to discuss its application. The articles discussed in this book are those that have the most important potential contribution in the field. The studies might contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of interactions, the way of thinking, the existing concepts in the field or that may lead to a change in the way patietns are treated