In this prospective study, functional MRI was used to determine the effects pregnancy had on the human brain structure in 25 primiparous women. Of these 25 women, nine had achieved pregnancy by natural contraception whereas sixteen were through fertility treatment. Read More »
Thing is, for me that’s not enough. I do my job believing we can make our world a bit less nuts, one heard person at a time, one healing family at a time. There’s a hearing-healing triad that only humans can do, if only we remember to… Read More »
Professor Felice Jacka is the Director of the Food and Mood Centre within the Deakin University School of Medicine in Geelong. She is also an honorary Principal Research Fellow with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne, The Centre for Adolescent Health at… Read More »
Especially in children, it is not only important to monitor Body Mass Index (BMI), but also Clinical Growth Charts (for example: monitoring growth when prescribing stimulant medications and metabolic syndrome when prescribing antipsychotics). You can find the latest up to date Centers for Disease Control (CDC)… Read More »
We are running this study to test an educational dietary program delivered throughout the third trimester of pregnancy (starting from week 26), to see if it is helpful to women, and also to assess any effects the program might have on certain aspects of health… Read More »
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