Children, Vol. 11, Pages 886: Exploring the Influence of Concurrent Nutritional Therapy on Children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Receiving Nusinersen Treatment
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by Eymen Pinar, Bilal Berke Ayvaz, Erkan Akkus, Ipek Ulkersoy, Tugce Damla Dilek, Yilmaz Zindar, Fitnat Ulug, Aysel Guzeler, Huseyin Kilic, Serhat Guler, Omer Faruk Beser, Sema Saltik, Fugen Cullu Cokugras
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 886: Exploring the Influence of Concurrent Nutritional Therapy on Children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Receiving Nusinersen Treatment Children doi: 10.3390/children11080886 Authors: Eymen Pinar Bilal Berke Ayvaz Erkan Akkus Ipek Ulkersoy Tugce Damla Dilek Yilmaz Zindar Fitnat Ulug Aysel Guzeler Huseyin Kilic Serhat Guler Omer Faruk Beser Sema Saltik Fugen Cullu Cokugras Background This study examines spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a neuromuscular disease associated with malnutrition. Our goals are to assess how effectively screening tools can detect malnutrition and e ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 887: Effect of Summer Holiday Programs on Children’s Mental Health and Well-Being: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
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by Emily Eglitis, Catherine Simpson, Ben Singh, Timothy Olds, Amanda Machell, Rosa Virgara, Mandy Richardson, Kylie Brannelly, Aniella Grant, Jessica Gray, Terri Wilkinson, Zoe Rix, Carol Maher
21m ago
Children, Vol. 11, Pages 887: Effect of Summer Holiday Programs on Children’s Mental Health and Well-Being: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Children doi: 10.3390/children11080887 Authors: Emily Eglitis Catherine Simpson Ben Singh Timothy Olds Amanda Machell Rosa Virgara Mandy Richardson Kylie Brannelly Aniella Grant Jessica Gray Terri Wilkinson Zoe Rix Carol Maher Poor youth mental health is an area of global concern. Summer holiday programs may provide environments that support mental health when the structures and supports of school are not available. The aim of this review was ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 885: Nutritional Status in Pediatric Psoriasis: A Case–Control Study in a Tertiary Care Referral Centre
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by Adelina-Maria Sendrea, Sinziana Cristea, Carmen Maria Salavastru
21m ago
Children, Vol. 11, Pages 885: Nutritional Status in Pediatric Psoriasis: A Case–Control Study in a Tertiary Care Referral Centre Children doi: 10.3390/children11070885 Authors: Adelina-Maria Sendrea Sinziana Cristea Carmen Maria Salavastru Background: Psoriasis and obesity are chronic, inflammatory diseases, sharing certain pathophysiological factors. Psoriasis, increasingly viewed as a systemic inflammatory condition, may have various symptoms beyond the skin manifestations. Methods: This research aimed to explore the connection between body mass index (BMI) and pediatric psoriasis ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 884: Pediatric Cardio-Oncology: Screening, Risk Stratification, and Prevention of Cardiotoxicity Associated with Anthracyclines
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by Xiaomeng Liu, Shuping Ge, Aijun Zhang
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 884: Pediatric Cardio-Oncology: Screening, Risk Stratification, and Prevention of Cardiotoxicity Associated with Anthracyclines Children doi: 10.3390/children11070884 Authors: Xiaomeng Liu Shuping Ge Aijun Zhang Anthracyclines have significantly improved the survival of children with malignant tumors, but the associated cardiotoxicity, an effect now under the purview of pediatric cardio-oncology, due to its cumulative and irreversible effects on the heart, limits their clinical application. A systematic screening and risk stratification approach provides the opportunit ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 882: Examining Caregiver- and Family-Level Psychosocial Influences on Child Oral Health Behavioral Outcomes in Racially and Economically Minoritized Urban Families
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by Sally M. Weinstein, Helen H. Lee, John J. Dziak, Michael L. Berbaum, Tong Zhang, David Avenetti, Anna Sandoval, Molly A. Martin
2d ago
Children, Vol. 11, Pages 882: Examining Caregiver- and Family-Level Psychosocial Influences on Child Oral Health Behavioral Outcomes in Racially and Economically Minoritized Urban Families Children doi: 10.3390/children11070882 Authors: Sally M. Weinstein Helen H. Lee John J. Dziak Michael L. Berbaum Tong Zhang David Avenetti Anna Sandoval Molly A. Martin Objectives: Understanding the pathways linking caregiver- and family-level psychosocial factors and child oral health behaviors is critical for addressing oral health disparities. The current study examined the associations between caregiver ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 880: Physical Activity Participation among Children and Youth with Mental Health Symptoms: Clinician Perspectives
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by Madeline Crichton, Julie Vu, Barbara Fenesi
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 880: Physical Activity Participation among Children and Youth with Mental Health Symptoms: Clinician Perspectives Children doi: 10.3390/children11070880 Authors: Madeline Crichton Julie Vu Barbara Fenesi Background/Objectives: Physical activity supports mental health and well-being in children and youth. However, there are significant barriers to physical activity participation among individuals impacted by mental health disorders. This study investigates these barriers through the perspective of mental health clinicians who support children and youth. Methods: Fourtee ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 877: Diving into the Digital Landscape: Assessing the Quality of Online Information on Neonatal Jaundice for Parents
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by Michael Karl Baumgartner, Anna-Lena Behr, Anne Christina Garbe, Christoph Quatember, Heiko Reutter, Joachim Woelfle, Fabian Benedikt Fahlbusch, Gregor Hanslik
3d ago
Children, Vol. 11, Pages 877: Diving into the Digital Landscape: Assessing the Quality of Online Information on Neonatal Jaundice for Parents Children doi: 10.3390/children11070877 Authors: Michael Karl Baumgartner Anna-Lena Behr Anne Christina Garbe Christoph Quatember Heiko Reutter Joachim Woelfle Fabian Benedikt Fahlbusch Gregor Hanslik Background: Hyperbilirubinemia is a common condition in newborns. While mild cases of jaundice are common and typically resolve spontaneously, severe hyperbilirubinemia can lead to serious neurologic complications if left untreated. With the constant adaptat ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 875: Atypical Sensory Processing in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Clinical Phenotypes in Preschool-Aged Children
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by Federica Gigliotti, Federica Giovannone, Arianna Belli, Carla Sogos
3d ago
Children, Vol. 11, Pages 875: Atypical Sensory Processing in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Clinical Phenotypes in Preschool-Aged Children Children doi: 10.3390/children11070875 Authors: Federica Gigliotti Federica Giovannone Arianna Belli Carla Sogos Background: Sensory processing issues are frequent in neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs), with very variable prevalence rates ranging from 20% to 95%. This study aimed to investigate sensory processing in preschool-aged children with NDDs, to clarify the epidemiology, and to identify associated or correlated clinical and psychometric variables. M ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 876: HEP® (Homeostasis-Enrichment-Plasticity) Approach Changes Sensory–Motor Development Trajectory and Improves Parental Goals: A Single Subject Study of an Infant with Hemiparetic Cerebral Palsy and Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence (TAPS)
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by Aymen Balikci, Teresa A. May-Benson, Gamze Cagla Sirma, Gul Ilbay
3d ago
Children, Vol. 11, Pages 876: HEP® (Homeostasis-Enrichment-Plasticity) Approach Changes Sensory–Motor Development Trajectory and Improves Parental Goals: A Single Subject Study of an Infant with Hemiparetic Cerebral Palsy and Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence (TAPS) Children doi: 10.3390/children11070876 Authors: Aymen Balikci Teresa A. May-Benson Gamze Cagla Sirma Gul Ilbay Background: Early intervention (EI) for infants identified as being at high risk for cerebral palsy (CP), or who have been diagnosed with it, is critical for promotion of postnatal brain organization. The ..read more
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 878: Importance of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Applied to Congenital Heart Diseases in Pediatric Age: A Narrative Review
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by Sara Moscatelli, Alice Pozza, Isabella Leo, Jessica Ielapi, Alessandra Scatteia, Sofia Piana, Annachiara Cavaliere, Elena Reffo, Giovanni Di Salvo
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Children, Vol. 11, Pages 878: Importance of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Applied to Congenital Heart Diseases in Pediatric Age: A Narrative Review Children doi: 10.3390/children11070878 Authors: Sara Moscatelli Alice Pozza Isabella Leo Jessica Ielapi Alessandra Scatteia Sofia Piana Annachiara Cavaliere Elena Reffo Giovanni Di Salvo Congenital heart diseases (CHDs) represent a heterogeneous group of congenital defects, with high prevalence worldwide. Non-invasive imaging is essential to guide medical and surgical planning, to follow the patient over time in the evolution of the disease, an ..read more
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