New law increases awareness—and labeling requirements—for seed allergens
Knowing which packaged foods contain various seeds has largely been a guessing game, but a new law enacted in January 2023 changes that.
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.
Variability in fetal resuscitation between care centers
In a recent study, centers performing open spina bifida repair saw variations in policies for fetal resuscitation.
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.
Theoretical input on eating behaviors could transform data into clinical guidance
A recent study combined the efforts of child psychology and nutrition experts at Johns Hopkins University and several Australian research centers to investigate how much we really know about why children eat the way they do, and what impact food behaviors have on their overall development.
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.
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