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  • Nutrition and Female Fertility: An Interdependent Correlation. [Review]
  • FEFront Endocrinol (Lausanne) 2019; 10:346
  • Silvestris E, Lovero D, Palmirotta R
  • Besides aging, a number of non-modifiable lifestyle-related factors, such as smoking, elevated consumption of caffeine and alcohol, stress, agonist sports, chronic exposure to environmental pollutant…
  • Changes in taste and food preferences in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy: a pilot study. [Journal Article]
  • SCSupport Care Cancer 2019 Jun 22
  • Kim YH, Kim GM, … Lee SM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Sensitivities to sweet, salty, and sour but not bitter tastes differed between BC patients and CTRL. During treatment, sweet taste sensitivity increased while other tastes were unaffected. BC patients preferred mild/soft dishes over fried and sweetened dishes compared to CTRL. Our findings may contribute to developing dishes for breast cancer patients to increase food intake and thereby lower the risk of malnutrition.
  • Treatment of pediatric restless legs syndrome. [Journal Article]
  • APAdv Pharmacol 2019; 84:237-253
  • DelRosso L, Bruni O
  • Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is not uncommon in children with an estimated prevalence of 2%. There is clear evidence that RLS affects quality of life, sleep, cognition and behavior in children and ad…
  • A review of pregnancy apps freely available in the Google Play Store. [Journal Article]
  • HPHealth Promot J Austr 2019 Jun 21
  • Brown HM, Bucher T, … Rollo ME
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although there are a large number of pregnancy apps available, few are of high quality and most contain only a small number of pregnancy-focused nutrition topics. It is important to be aware of the limitations of current apps in providing dietary advice during this key life stage. SO WHAT?: The current review does not support the use of freely available android apps currently on the market as an appropriate nutrition resource for pregnant women. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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