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Online expert meeting: the infant’s microbiota in health and disease

The Ausnutria Nutrition Institute organised it’s first online expert meeting entitled “The infant’s microbiota in health and disease” with: – Prof. Dr. Sharon Donovan, Professor and Melissa M. Noel Endowed Chair in Nutrition and Health; Director of the Personalized Nutrition Initiative at the University of Illinois, on “the compositional and functional development of the gut …

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Annual research review: Optimal outcomes of child and adolescent mental illness

Article by: E Jane Costello, Barbara Maughan Abstract Background: ‘Optimal outcomes’ of child and adolescent psychiatric disorders may mean the best possible outcome, or the best considering a child’s history. Most research into the outcomes of child and adolescent psychiatric disorder concentrates on the likelihood of adult illness and disability given an earlier history of psychopathology. Methods: In …

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