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    • A new landscape of gestational diabetes mellitus
    • The connections between myelination, nutrition and cognition
    • March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month!
    • Local research - Studying Impact of Nutrition on Growth (SING) Study
    • The innovative journey of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs): From discovery to application
    • Local study reveals – Are Hong Kong preschool children eating well?
    • Gut-brain axis from the infant gut microbiome to cognitive outcomes
    • National Influenza Vaccination Week 2017 – Have you got vaccinated?
    • Vitamin D – A missing link to reproductive outcomes?
    • Vitamin D deficiency and rickets – Summary of a local case and nutrition recommendations
    • Human milk oligosaccharides in infant nutrition – The next breakthrough?
    • Celiac Disease – Current recommendations and potential treatments
    • Lifestyle versus preterm birth –
    • Organic food – An alternative food choice using natural substances, respecting environmental protection and animal welfare
    • Evolving nutrition of human milk – The macronutrient perspective
    • Clues to Alzheimer’s risk in early life
    • Vitamin D – A modifiable risk fa
    • Breast pain in lactating women – A summary of a local report and nutrition recommendations
    • Clinical guideline for managing pediatric acute gastroenteritis in the outpatient setting
    • Down syndrome and nutrition
    • Anisakiasis – Authoritative guidelines on parasite
    • Constipation in Hong Kong children at a glance
    • The potential influence of prebiotics on nutrient absorption in early life
    • Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy - Latest clinical management guidelines
    • Intervening during pregnancy and lactation to impact health outcomes: From knowledge to practice
    • Micronutrient deficiencies and growth in childhood: An integrative approach
    • Maternal thyroid disorders
    • Insights into the importance of micronutrient adequacy with a zinc focus on immune health
    • Roles of LCPUFAs from postnatal maternal and infant diets on immune functions
    • Announcement of the Baby Connectome Project by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health