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No Relationship between Maternal Iron Status and Postpartum Depression in Two Samples in China
Maternal iron status is thought to be related to postpartum depressive symptoms. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the relationship between pre- and postnatal maternal iron status and… Expand
Iron Supplementation in Pregnancy or Infancy and Motor Development: A Randomized Controlled Trial
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Insufficient iron levels for optimal fetal and infant development is a concern during pregnancy and infancy. The goal of this study was to assess the effects of iron… Expand
Prenatal Iron Supplementation Reduces Maternal Anemia, Iron Deficiency, and Iron Deficiency Anemia in a Randomized Clinical Trial in Rural China, but Iron Deficiency Remains Widespread in Mothers and…
BACKGROUND Previous trials of prenatal iron supplementation had limited measures of maternal or neonatal iron status. OBJECTIVE The purpose was to assess effects of prenatal iron-folate… Expand
Developmental Outcomes of Late Preterm Infants From Infancy to Kindergarten
OBJECTIVE: To compare developmental outcomes of late preterm infants (34–36 weeks’ gestation) with infants born at early term (37–38 weeks’ gestation) and term (39–41 weeks’ gestation), from infancy… Expand
Low-Dose Iron Supplementation in Infancy Modestly Increases Infant Iron Status at 9 Mo without Decreasing Growth or Increasing Illness in a Randomized Clinical Trial in Rural China.
BACKGROUND Previous trials of iron supplementation in infancy did not consider maternal iron supplementation. OBJECTIVE This study assessed effects of iron supplementation in infancy and/or… Expand
Gestational Age and Kindergarten School Readiness in a National Sample of Preterm Infants.
OBJECTIVE To examine the association of gestational age with school readiness in kindergarten reading and math skills. We hypothesized that compared with infants born at 39-41 weeks, infants born at… Expand
Iron deficiency (ID) at both birth and 9 months predicts right frontal EEG asymmetry in infancy.
- R. Armony-Sivan, Bingquan Zhu, +5 authors B. Lozoff
- Medicine, Psychology
- Developmental psychobiology
- 1 May 2016
This study considered effects of timing and duration of iron deficiency (ID) on frontal EEG asymmetry in infancy. In healthy term Chinese infants, EEG was recorded at 9 months in three experimental… Expand
Right ventricular performance using myocardial deformation imaging in infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Objective:Right ventricular (RV) performance among infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) remains poorly understood. We tested the hypothesis that myocardial deformation imaging (MDI) strain… Expand
Timing, duration, and severity of iron deficiency in early development and motor outcomes at 9 months
- D. C. Santos, R. Angulo-Barroso, +4 authors B. Lozoff
- European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
- 17 September 2017
Background/objectivesPoorer motor development is reported in infants with iron deficiency (ID). The role of timing, duration and severity is unclear. We assessed relations between ID timing,… Expand
Iron Deficiency, Anemia, and Low Vitamin B-12 Serostatus in Middle Childhood are Associated with Behavior Problems in Adolescent Boys: Results from the Bogotá School Children Cohort.
Background Iron deficiency (ID) in infancy is related to subsequent behavior problems. The effects of micronutrient status in middle childhood are uncertain. Objective The aim of the study was to… Expand