|About 67,500,000 results (0.38 seconds)|
BACKGROUND: The majority of newborns are exclusively breastfed during the
birth hospitalization, and weight loss is nearly universal for these neonates.
Studies that use weight loss as the only criterion with which to assess the value of
increased physical activity may miss other important benefits this confers.
Excess weight loss is relatively common in term breastfed infants, occurring in up
to 16% of first-born infants in previous studies. Delayed onset of lactogenesis ...
Using a large database and an elegant methodology, Dr Flaherman and her
colleagues have constructed nomograms that describe weight loss in breastfed ...
These interventions promote weight loss through modifications in diet and activity
level and often involve parents or entire families, particularly for younger ...
Risk Factors for Suboptimal Infant Breastfeeding Behavior, Delayed Onset of
Lactation, and Excess Neonatal Weight Loss. Kathryn G. Dewey, Laurie A.
OBJECTIVE: Few studies have comprehensively examined weight-based
victimization (WBV) in youth, despite its serious consequences for their
Abstract. Exclusively breastfed newborns lose weight daily in the first few days
after birth. The amount of weight lost varies substantially between newborns, with
Overall, the results were promising, suggesting that an intensive, individualized
intervention may be an effective means for promoting weight loss in overweight ...
Children and adolescents are often involved in sports in which weight loss or
weight gain is perceived as an advantage. This policy statement describes ...