Parents are turning to herbs and dietary supplements to treat problems their children have falling and staying asleep. Do these products work? Are they risky?
New skin patch tested for peanut immunotherapy in toddlers
A new study investigates taking this treatment a step further, evaluating the effect of epicutaneous immunotherapy in toddlers with known peanut allergies.
Addressing atypical anorexia: Part 3
The final episode in our podcast series on atypical anorexia discusses fat bias in health care and its impact on diagnosis and when pushback against diagnosis happens.
Voluntary recall expanded due to potential undeclared cashews in Peanut Butter Chocolate Crispy Bars
Due to possible undeclared cashews in SimplyProtein’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Crispy Bars, the voluntary recall of the Costco-sold product has been expanded.
Addressing atypical anorexia: Part 2
Dr. Erin Harrop discusses the necessity of understanding that eating disorders do not all look the same in every patient and how a multidisciplinary approach could be an effective way to diagnose and manage anorexia nervosa that is atypical.
Allergenic food introduction led to fewer allergies, higher withdrawal rate from intervention
New data expands upon the growing perception that allergenic food introduction early in a child’s life may lessen the possibility of allergy developments.
Are adolescents who are vegetarian getting the proper nutrition?
The adoption of vegan and vegetarian diets in the teen years can trigger concerns over nutritional deficiencies and disordered eating. But new reports indicate few problems when these diets are followed correctly.
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