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Nutritional Management in Childhood Obesity

Kim J, Lim H

The increasing prevalence of overweight and obese children and adolescents poses a major concern worldwide. Dietary practice in these critical periods affects physical and cognitive development and has consequences in...
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Modifiable prenatal environmental factors for the prevention of childhood asthma

Kim HB

The prevalence of asthma in children is increasing worldwide, yet risk factors for the development of asthma is unclear. Evidence to date indicates that environmental factors are the main reason...
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Nature of Complex Network of Dengue Epidemic as a Scale-Free Network

Malik HA, Abid F, Mahmood N, Wahiddin M, Malik A

OBJECTIVES: Dengue epidemic is a dynamic and complex phenomenon that has gained considerable attention due to its injurious effects. The focus of this study is to statically analyze the nature...
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A perspective on partially hydrolyzed protein infant formula in nonexclusively breastfed infants

Vandenplas Y, Munasir Z, Hegar B, Kumarawati D, Suryawan A, Kadim M, Djais JT, Basrowi RW, Krisnamurti D

The World Health Organization recommends that infants should be exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months of life to provide optimal nutrition in this critical period of life. After this,...
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Integrated Management Plan for Graduate Medical Education and Accreditation Bodies in Korea

Lim KY

Graduate medical education is the most important phase among the three stages of medical education. It links basic medical education and continuing professional development. It is also a critical period...
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Fat and bone in children – where are we now?

Dimitri P

The risk of fracture secondary to low-impact trauma is greater in obese children, suggesting obese children are at risk of skeletal fragility. However, despite this finding, there is a lack...
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Effects of Tianeptine on Adult Rats Following Prenatal Stress

Lee H, Kim HK, Kwon JT, Kim YO, Seo J, Lee S, Cho IH, Kim HJ

OBJECTIVE: Exposing a pregnant female to stress during the critical period of embryonic fetal brain development increases the risk of psychiatric disorders in the offspring. The objective of this study...
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What is fetal programming?: a lifetime health is under the control of in utero health

Kwon EJ, Kim YJ

The “Barker hypothesis” postulates that a number of organ structures and associated functions undergo programming during embryonic and fetal life, which determines the set point of physiological and metabolic responses...
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Effect of Motivations and Attitudes toward Nutrition Information on College Students' Use Intentions of Menu Labeling at University Dining Services

Ham S, Kim Y, Jeong Y, Park S, Joe M

A menu labeling initiative is a lawful regulation with an aim to promote public health by providing customers the right to make informed menu choices. As college years are a...
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The current status of health data on Korean children and adolescents

Lee E, Baik D, Park Y, Ki M

Childhood and adolescence are critical periods that affect adults' health status. Therefore, the factors influencing the health of children and adolescents should be analyzed. In Korea, a wide range of...
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Postpartum modern contraceptive use in northern Ethiopia: prevalence and associated factors

Abraha TH, Teferra AS, Gelagay AA

OBJECTIVES: The postpartum period is a critical period for addressing widespread unmet needs in family planning and for reducing the risks of closely spaced pregnancies. However, contraception during the extended...
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Effect of Environmental Enrichment on Cognitive Impairment-induced by Ethanol Exposure in Adolescent Rat

Kim YJ, Park JM, Song MK, Seong HH, Kim YJ

PURPOSE: Adolescents who experienced the alcohol consumption have gradually increased. Adolescence is a critical period of the neural plasticity in the brain. Neural plasticity is mediated by neurotrophins and has...
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Impact of perinatal environmental tobacco smoke on the development of childhood allergic diseases

Yang HJ

Allergic diseases such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis, and food allergy, are most common chronic, noncommunicable diseases in childhood. In the past few decades, the prevalence has increased abruptly...
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Role of Innate Immunity in Otitis Media

Lee HH

Otitis media (OM) is the most prevalent disease of childhood and a public health problem in developed and developing countries. Despite appropriate treatment, acute OM can progress to chronic suppurative...
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Association between Medication Adherence and Duration of Outpatient Treatment in Patients with Schizophrenia

Tarutani S, Kikuyama H, Ohta M, Kanazawa T, Okamura T, Yoneda H

OBJECTIVE: Medication adherence is important in the treatment of schizophrenia, and critical periods during treatment may be associated with relapse. However, the relationship between adherence and duration of outpatient treatment...
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Age-Related Changes in Immunological Factors and Their Relevance in Allergic Disease Development During Childhood

Chang WS, Kim EJ, Lim YM, Yoon D, Son JY, Park JW, Hong SJ, Cho SH, Lee JS

PURPOSE: Allergic diseases are triggered by Th2-mediated immune reactions to allergens and orchestrated by various immunological factors, including immune cells and cytokines. Although many reports have suggested that childhood is...
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Assessment of Circulatory Status of the Newborn in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Suzuki K

Birth is a moment of transition from intra- to extra-uterine life, which is characterized as switching of gas-exchanging organs from the placenta to the lungs. It is achieved by aeration...
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Intensive Cognitive Behavioral Case Management for Functional Recovery of Young Patients with Schizophrenia

Lee GY, Yu HY, Jhon M, Yoon JS, Kim SW

Intensive case management provided at the critical period following the onset of schizophrenia is crucial for early social and vocational recovery. We report the young schizophrenia patient who had been...
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Is Oxytocin Application for Autism Spectrum Disorder Evidence-Based?

Lee SY, Lee AR, Hwangbo R, Han J, Hong M, Bahn GH

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by persistent deficits within two core symptom domains: social communication and restricted, repetitive behaviors. Although numerous studies have reported psychopharmacological treatment outcomes for the...
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Enhancement of GluN2B Subunit-Containing NMDA Receptor Underlies Serotonergic Regulation of Long-Term Potentiation after Critical Period in the Rat Visual Cortex

Joo K, Rhie DJ, Jang HJ

Serotonin [5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT)] regulates synaptic plasticity in the visual cortex. Although the effects of 5-HT on plasticity showed huge diversity depending on the ages of animals and species, it has...
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