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  • Age at puberty and risk of asthma: A Mendelian randomisation study. [Journal Article]
  • PMPLoS Med 2018; 15(8):e1002634
  • Minelli C, van der Plaat DA, … Henderson J
  • CONCLUSIONS: This large MR study provides evidence for a causal detrimental effect of early puberty on asthma, and does not support previous observational findings of a U-shaped relationship between pubertal timing and asthma. Common biological or psychological mechanisms associated with early puberty might explain the similarity of our results in females and males, but further research is needed to investigate this. Taken together with evidence for other detrimental effects of early puberty on health, our study emphasises the need to further investigate and address the causes of the secular shift towards earlier puberty observed worldwide.
  • Benzodiazepine prescribing for children, adolescents, and young adults from 2006 through 2013: A total population register-linkage study. [Journal Article]
  • PMPLoS Med 2018; 15(8):e1002635
  • Sidorchuk A, Isomura K, … Mataix-Cols D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The overall increase in prevalence rates of BZD dispensations during the study period and the unexpectedly high proportion of individuals who were prescribed a BZD on a long-term basis at a young age indicate a lack of congruence with international and national guidelines. These findings highlight the need for close monitoring of prescribing practices, particularly in non-psychiatric settings, in order to build an evidence base for safe and efficient BZD treatment in young persons.
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