Issue Information
Highlights in this issue
What's new in childhood obesity and what do we still need to establish?
Growing evidence supports the positive impact of music on child health
What is the evidence on how to feed preterm infants?
Fewer feeding problems indicate improving neurobehavioral outcome in ex‐preemies
Should neonates with perinatal asphyxia receive a single dose of IV theophylline to prevent acute kidney injury?
Physical activity, bone mass and muscle strength in children
Fast food versus slow food in very and extremely low‐birthweight infants
Review of the clinical significance of respiratory virus infections in newborn infants
Review of autoinflammatory diseases, with a special focus on periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis and cervical adenitis syndrome
Obese children experience more extremity fractures than nonobese children and are significantly more likely to die from traumatic injuries
Using different growth references to measure thinness and overweight among Swedish primary school children showed considerable variations
Mothers with gestational diabetes are more likely to give birth to children who experience early weight problems
Stability in the prevalence of Swedish children who were overweight or obese in 2003 and 2011
Five‐year outpatient programme that provided children with continuous behavioural obesity treatment enjoyed high success rate
Reversing childhood obesity
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with prediabetes in obese Swedish children
Dutch healthcare professionals inadequately perceived if three‐ and four‐year‐old preschool children were overweight
Low socio‐economic status associated with unhealthy weight in six‐year‐old Swedish children despite higher levels of physical activity
Body fat measurement in adolescent girls with type 1 diabetes
A seven‐year physical activity intervention for children increased gains in bone mass and muscle strength
Music therapy can lower the heart rates of severely sick children
Risk factors and characteristics of suicide attempts among 381 suicidal adolescents
Positioning newborns on their back or right side for umbilical venous catheter insertion
Treating perinatal asphyxia with theophylline at birth helps to reduce the severity of renal dysfunction in term neonates
Children born preterm and full term have similar rates of feeding problems at three years of age
New reference centiles for boys' height, weight and body mass index used voice break as the marker of biological age
Intervention study shows suboptimal growth among children receiving a food supplement for five months in a slum in Bangladesh
Overweight parents are twice as likely to underestimate the weight of their teenage children, regardless of their sociodemographic characteristics
Retrospective analysis of tigecycline shows that it may be an option for children with severe infections
Generation R birth cohort study shows that specific enamel defects were not associated with elevated serum transglutaminase type 2 antibodies
Soccer training programme improved the body composition of pre‐adolescent boys and increased their satisfaction with their body image
Comparing three preparation methods of standard substances for intestinal bifidobacteria of childhood obesity