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  • 1.   Early weaning is related to weight and rate of weight gain in infancy

    The aim of this study was to compare weight and weight gain in two groups of infants who differed in relation to weaning practices

    Child: Care, Health & Development, Vol: 34 Page: 59-64 2008
    S. Sloan; A. Gildea; M. Stewart; H. Sneddon; D. Iwaniec

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  • 2.   National review of maternity care for women with HIV infection

    This study aimed to assess adherence to the British HIV Association 2001 guidelines for the management of HIV-infected pregnant women

    HIV Med, Vol: 7 Page: 275-80 July 2006
    C. McDonald; H. Curtis; A. de Ruiter; M. A. Johnson; J. Welch

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  • 3.   Primary tooth fluorosis in 5-year-old schoolchildren in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of primary tooth fluorosis in the dentitions of 5-year-old schoolchildren

    Eur J Paediatr Dent, Vol: 6 Page: 155-61 September 2005
    M. A. Harding; H. Whelton; D. M. O'Mullane; M. Cronin; J. J. Warren

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  • 4.   Protein-degradation products and bacterial enzyme activities in faeces of breast-fed and formula-fed infants

    The aim of the study was to determine the effects of age and diet (breast milk, formula milk and weaning diet) on metabolic activities in faecal samples from infants aged 1 week to 1 year

    Br J Nutr, Vol: 89 Page: 509-15 April 2003
    P. M. Heavey; S. A. Savage; A. Parrett; C. Cecchini; C. A. Edwards; I. R. Rowland

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  • 5.   Short-term changes in maternal and neonatal urinary iodine excretion

    The aim of this study was to examine short-term changes in maternal and neonatal urinary iodine excretion in relation to breast feeding and bottle feeding babies

    Thyroid, Vol: 17 Page: 219-22 March 2007
    P. P. Smyth; D. F. Smith; S. Sheehan; M. Higgins; R. Burns; C. O'Herlihy

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