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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27562643/dietary-change-mediates-relationships-between-stress-during-pregnancy-and-infant-head-circumference-measures-the-qf2011-study
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Kelsey N Dancause, Dima Mutran, Guillaume Elgbeili, David P Laplante, Sue Kildea, Helen Stapleton, David McIntyre, Suzanne King
Prenatal maternal stress can adversely affect birth outcomes, likely reflecting effects of maternal stress hormones on fetal development. Maternal stress might also induce behavioural changes, such as dietary change, that might influence fetal development. Few studies have documented relationships between stress and dietary change in pregnancy. We analysed stress and dietary change among 222 pregnant women exposed to the 2011 Queensland Floods. We assessed women's objective hardship, subjective distress and cognitive appraisal of the disaster; changes in their diets and their associations with infants' gestational age, weight, length and head circumference at birth, head circumference to birth length ratio (HC/BL) and ponderal index...
August 26, 2016: Maternal & Child Nutrition
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26991330/longitudinal-intergenerational-birth-cohort-designs-a-systematic-review-of-australian-and-new-zealand-studies
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Michelle L Townsend, Angelique Riepsamen, Christos Georgiou, Victoria M Flood, Peter Caputi, Ian M Wright, Warren S Davis, Alison Jones, Theresa A Larkin, Moira J Williamson, Brin F S Grenyer
BACKGROUND: The longitudinal birth cohort design has yielded a substantial contribution to knowledge of child health and development. The last full review in New Zealand and Australia in 2004 identified 13 studies. Since then, birth cohort designs continue to be an important tool in understanding how intrauterine, infant and childhood development affect long-term health and well-being. This updated review in a defined geographical area was conducted to better understand the factors associated with successful quality and productivity, and greater scientific and policy contribution and scope...
2016: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26909682/parental-flooding-during-conflict-a-psychometric-evaluation-of-a-new-scale
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Tamara Del Vecchio, Michael F Lorber, Amy M Smith Slep, Jill Malik, Richard E Heyman, Heather M Foran
Parents who are overwhelmed by the intensity and aversive nature of child negative affect - those who are experiencing flooding - may be less likely to react effectively and instead may focus on escaping the aversive situation, disciplining either overly permissively or punitively to escape quickly from child negative affect. However, there are no validated self-report measures of the degree to which parents experience flooding, impeding the exploration of these relations. Thus, we created and evaluated the Parent Flooding scale (PFS), assessing the extent to which parents believe their children's negative affect during parent-child conflicts is unexpected, overwhelming and distressing...
November 2016: Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24019616/measuring-opportunity-for-natural-selection-adaptation-among-two-linguistically-cognate-tribes-inhabiting-two-eco-situations-of-north-east-india
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Maitreyee Sarma
BACKGROUND: Numerous literature on the migration of Mishings point out to the fact that the Mishing and the Minyong are two culturally and linguistically cognate tribes that co-existed in the same ecology in the hills of Arunachal Pradesh. The Mishing tribe after migration, now inhabits flood-prone areas of Brahmaputra valley of Assam. AIM: THE STUDY AIMS TO MEASURE THE ADAPTATION PROCESS OF THESE TWO COGNATE TRIBES INHABITING TWO DIFFERENT ECOLOGIES AT PRESENT: Hills and plains by calculating the index of selection intensity by Crow's and Johnston and Kensinger's formulae...
April 2013: Indian Journal of Human Genetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21913932/mother-s-body-mass-index-as-a-predictor-of-infant-s-nutritional-status-in-the-post-emergency-phase-of-a-flood
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Sophie Goudet, Paula Griffths, Barry A Bogin
Maternal nutritional status is a determinant of child health. This paper studies the association between a mother's body mass index (BMI) and her infant's nutritional status over a one year time frame after the 1998 flood crisis in Bangladesh. The paper uses secondary analysis of data collected from 757 households in seven rural areas of Bangladesh affected by the 1998 flood using multiple-stage probability sampling techniques (n = 143). Logistic regression models were employed to investigate the predictive impact of maternal BMI on infant's nutritional status after controlling for a range of child and maternal factors...
October 2011: Disasters
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20337500/unintentional-injuries-and-parental-violence-against-children-during-flood-a-study-in-rural-bangladesh
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Animesh Biswas, Aminur Rahman, Saidur Mashreky, Fazlur Rahman, Koustuv Dalal
INTRODUCTION: Violence and injuries are under-reported in developing countries, especially during natural disasters such as floods. Compounding this, affected areas are isolated from the rest of the country. During 2007 Bangladesh experienced two consecutive floods which affected almost one-third of the country. The objective of this study was to examine unintentional injuries to children in rural Bangladesh and parental violence against them during floods, and also to explore the association of socioeconomic characteristics...
January 2010: Rural and Remote Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/2409587/-anamnesis-of-adolescent-schizophrenics-a-contribution-on-the-problem-of-the-etiology-of-schizophrenia
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We discussed 13 patients, 10 boys and 3 girls-aged 12-17, who fell ill of schizophrenia. 12 of them had a schizophrenic parent, 2 of them other schizophrenic relatives. All grew up in an isolated and facadelike family. Their education was limited and rigid. They often lived in strained relations. There was no delimination between the family-members-as familytherapists describe it as typical in families with a schizophrenic member. They were conspicuous long before the outbrake of their schizophrenia: 8 without initiative, overadapted and well behaving, 3 overactive, 2 aggressive towards their mothers, 8 boys heavily depending on their mothers, the 2 girls correspondingly on their fathers...
1985: Archives Suisses de Neurologie et de Psychiatrie
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