Highlights in this issue
Perception of stimuli by preterm infants
Neonatal weight loss and exclusive breastfeeding
Should babies be watching and using screens? The answer is surprisingly complicated
Reducing lifestyle risk in Childhood Cancer Survivors
Neonatal Resuscitation beyond the delivery room – Does one protocol fit all?
Postnatal growth in preterm infants and later health outcomes: a systematic review
Systematic review of the methodological quality of studies designed to create neonatal anthropometric charts
Mental health problems are rising more in Swedish adolescents than in other Nordic countries and the Netherlands
Very preterm infants can detect small variations in light levels in incubators
Beyond stress: describing the experiences of families during neonatal intensive care
Weight loss and low age are associated with intensity of rooting behaviours in newborn infants
Physiological weight loss chart helps to identify high-risk infants who need breastfeeding support
A new approach to estimating weight change and its reference intervals during the first 96 hours of life
Antibiotic consumption among a Swedish cohort of children born in 2006
Elevated background TV exposure over time increases behavioural scores of 18-month-old toddlers
Health-related quality of life in children with objectively diagnosed staple food allergy assessed with a disease-specific questionnaire
Changes in fitness are associated with changes in body composition and bone health in children after cancer
Cerebral Palsy: Science and Clinical Practice
Bengt Hagberg
Two-by-two table contradicts study's conclusions on tongue colour
Assessing the tongue colour of newly born infants may help predict the need for supplemental oxygen in the delivery room
Macrolides do not affect the incidence of moderate and severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia in symptomatic ureaplasma-positive infants
Inadequate vitamin D levels are associated with culture positive sepsis and poor outcomes in paediatric intensive care
Paediatricians require more information before they routinely co-administer the meningococcal B vaccine with routine infant vaccines
Screen time is independently associated with health-related quality of life in overweight and obese adolescents
Physical activity and screen-time of childhood haematopoietic stem cell transplant survivors
Escherichia coli virulence patterns may help to predict vesicoureteral reflux in paediatric urinary tract infections
Parents have different perceptions of bed-wetting than children from six to 15 years of age