This article focuses on the pathogenesis of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) by providing new evidences on how gut composition changes regarding altered glutamate metabolism would impact children with ASD.
At a recent interview, Professor Hania Szajewska highlighted the causes of GI infections in infants and young children, and discussed the ESPGHAN's position on the use of dietary interventions, such as lactose-free diets and zinc supplementation, to manage such infections.
At a recent interview in Hong Kong, Senior Registered Dietitian Sylvia Lam (Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Australia) shared her insights on the trends and causes of cardiovascular disease (CVD), and discussed the importance of nutrition in cardiac rehabilitation programmes.
An update to the 2004 version of American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines, including 30 Key Action Statements intended to foster a patient-centred approach by healthcare professionals to improve patient diagnoses outcomes
Frailty is characterized by a ‘reduced strength and physiologic malfunctioning that increases an individual’s susceptibility to increased dependency, vulnerability, and death’, making it a major public health problem in the geriatric population