HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE
Young Investigator Award 2014
What does the colour of the tongue tells us in the delivery room?
‘Curiouser and curiouser’: the role of vitamin D in the prevention of acute respiratory infection
A workshop report on the development of the Cow's Milk-related Symptom Score awareness tool for young children
An introduction to behavioural decision-making theories for paediatricians
Autism spectrum disorders: linking neuropathological findings to treatment with transcranial magnetic stimulation
Assessing the tongue colour of newly born infants may help to predict the need for supplemental oxygen in the delivery room
Live music reduces stress levels in very low-birthweight infants
Foetal Doppler abnormality is associated with increased risk of sepsis and necrotising enterocolitis in preterm infants
Age and weight at final discharge from an early discharge programme for stable but tube-fed preterm infants
Risk factors for poor neonatal adaptation after exposure to antidepressants in utero
Individual maternal and child exposure to antibiotics in hospital – a national population-based validation study
Reduced primary care respiratory infection visits following pregnancy and infancy vitamin D supplementation: a randomised controlled trial
No association between allergy and current 25-hydroxy vitamin D in serum or vitamin D intake
An activity stimulation programme during a child's first year reduces some indicators of adiposity at the age of two-and-a-half
Growth hormone treatment of Prader–Willi syndrome has long-term, positive effects on body composition
Children born to mothers of Somali origin with severe vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy – development at age 4 years
Ordinary Magic – Resilience in Development.
Practical Algorithms in Pediatric Gastroenterology.
B-type and N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptides are equally useful in assessing patent ductus arteriosus in very preterm infants
Changes in hearing threshold between 28 and 42 weeks of age in babies born at under 30 weeks of gestation
Quantitative or qualitative carbon dioxide monitoring for manual ventilation: a mannequin study
Central line bloodstream infections can be reduced in newborn infants using the modified Seldinger technique and care bundles of preventative measures
Low signal quality pulse oximetry measurements in newborn infants are reliable for oxygen saturation but underestimate heart rate
Parents report positive experiences about enrolling babies in a cord-related clinical trial before birth
The endocrine disruptor bisphenol A may play a role in the aetiopathogenesis of polycystic ovary syndrome in adolescent girls
How doctors learn and perform sustained inflations with a self-inflating bag: a manikin study with a newborn lung simulator
Colonisation of the gut by bifidobacteria is much more common in vaginal deliveries than Caesarean sections