Maternal, Perinatal and Pediatric Nutrition

Declining dietary quality may begin as early as 1 year of age

A new study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that declines in dietary quality begin as early as

Fasting during the second trimester of pregnancy may be particularly harmful

Energy restriction during pregnancy is known to increase risk of preterm birth. A recent study published in The Journal of

Food for thought: Studies reveal diet’s role in children’s brain health

New findings on how nutrition, hydration and supplements affect brain function and academic performance Baltimore (June 8, 2019) – Eating

Going nuts about milk? Here’s what you need to know about plant-based milk alternatives

I don’t necessarily need to take milk products out of my diet. But as a consumer who is curious about

A Diet Low in Manganese Increases Complications with Ovulation and May Impact Fertility

A diet low in manganese may increase the risk for anovulation, or failure of the ovary to release an egg

Nutrition and Oral Health – Do our mouths hold the key?

A logical start when we think about nutrition is the mouth. The mouth is the first point of entry for

Why women are at greater risk for major depression and cardiometabolic comorbidities

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. for persons ages 15-43, affecting 16.2 million

The role of maternal folic acid supplementation on offspring neurodevelopment

  Folic acid is a B-vitamin and is well known for its role during early neurodevelopment. It promotes the closure

Breastfeeding: The Long and the Short of It

Breastfeeding as an issue of significance in the world of public health and nutrition has gained considerable traction in recent

World Breastfeeding Week – Research from ASN

Breastfeeding: Foundation of Life World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated every year from August 1 – 7 across the globe to