Category Archives: Child cognition

Early life influences on life-long patterns of behavior and health

The stability of a child’s early life has profound effects on physical and mental health, and unstable parent-child relationships, as well as abuse, can lead to behavioral disorders and increased mortality and morbidity from a wide variety of common diseases … Continue reading

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Nutrients or nursing? Understanding how breast milk feeding affects child cognition

Purpose. To explore the associations between type of milk feeding (the “nutrients”) and mode of breast milk feeding (the “nursing”) with child cognition. Methods. Healthy children from the GUSTO (Growing Up in Singapore Toward healthy Outcomes) cohort participated in repeated neurodevelopmental assessments … Continue reading

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