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Highlights in this issue
Measuring superior vena cava flow as part of echocardiography examinations performed by neonatologists
Data monitoring committees should be used more frequently and appropriately to monitor paediatric clinical trials, particularly those involving neonates
Putting prevalence trends in allergic conditions under the magnifying glass
The way that physical education aims to provide the recommended dose of physical activity in school children is multifaceted
Focusing on relationships, not information, respects autonomy during antenatal consultations
While respecting autonomy : don't throw out the baby with the antenatal consultation!
A review of superior vena cava flow measurement in the neonate by functional echocardiography
Reporting on data monitoring committees in neonatal randomised controlled trials is inconsistent
Pilot study demonstrates that salivary oxytocin can be measured unobtrusively in preterm infants
A policy of routine umbilical cord blood gas analysis decreased missing samples from high‐risk births
Effect of a randomised exclusive breastfeeding counselling intervention nested into the MINIMat prenatal nutrition trial in Bangladesh
Developmental study identifies the ages at which the processes involved in the perception of verticality and in postural stability occur
Being born large for gestational age is associated with earlier pubertal take‐off and longer growth duration : a longitudinal study
Urinary cotinine concentrations in preschool children showed positive associations with smoking fathers
How relevant are fathers who smoke at home to the passive smoking exposure of their children?
Allergic rhinoconjunctivitis continued to increase in Swedish children up to 2007, but asthma and eczema levelled off from 1991
Respiratory reactance in children aged three to five years with postinfectious bronchiolitis obliterans is higher than in those with asthma
Antibiotics in the first year of life and subsequent neurocognitive outcomes
Antibiotic use in infancy and neurocognitive outcomes in children : the role of bacterial denitrification
Adaptive skills are useful for evaluating the effect of pharmacological treatment in children with attention‐deficit/hyperactivity disorder
B12 deficiency is common in infants and is accompanied by serious neurological symptoms
Cross‐sectional study showed psychosocial variables, gender and family involvement played an important role in an adolescent weight management programme
Height‐adjusted percentiles evaluated central obesity in children and adolescents more effectively than just waist circumference
Excessive homework, inadequate sleep, physical inactivity and screen viewing time are major contributors to high paediatric obesity
Adiposity rebound from three to six years of age was associated with a higher insulin resistance risk at eight‐and‐a‐half years in a birth cohort study
Levels of physical activity during physical education lessons in Sweden
Extended‐spectrum β‐lactamase‐producing bacteria caused less than 5% of urinary tract infections in a paediatric emergency centre
Low occurrence of extended spectrum beta‐lactamases in urinary tract infections is reassuring given limited treatment options
Delayed treatment of the first febrile urinary tract infection in early childhood increased the risk of renal scarring
Basal 17‐hydroxyprogesterone cannot accurately predict nonclassical congenital adrenal hyperplasia in children and adolescents
A novel variant in the SLC12A1 gene in two families with antenatal Bartter syndrome
Parents reported reduced symptoms and improved satisfaction after fundoplication and their perceptions were an important outcome measure
Postexposure prophylaxis with intravenous immunoglobulin G prevents infants from getting measles
Are we over prescribing antibiotics in children with acute lower respiratory tract infections in Sri Lanka?