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perinatal

of, relating to, or occurring in the period from about three months before to one month after birth
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A recent evaluation of the resource (Lee et al, 2013) indicated that 'Getting it right from the start' represents an effective method of reaching all parents during the perinatal period.
1995) in the perinatal period, may support our hypothesis of a production problem at stem cell level, showing disruption of two cell lines.
BPA may be particularly deleterious during the perinatal period because of its low binding affinity to serum proteins (49) and the potential for nonsteroidal estrogenic compounds to bypass mechanisms that limit exposure of the fetus and the fetal brain to circulating estrogens (33,45,46).
In fact, the perinatal period of immune development is precisely the period in which immune balance must shift from that of an allogeneic yet full-term fetus to that of an offspring ready to meet the complete spectrum of disease challenges.
Oral health education: Early intervention and counseling during the perinatal period from all health care providers including physicians, dentists and nurses.
Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period are among the main reasons, 63.
Previous analyses of data from the ISAAC study have revealed an association of sugar consumption in the perinatal period and symptoms of severe asthma in 6-7 year old children; frequent consumption of fruit, vegetable and fish to be associated with lower lifetime prevalence of asthma; high burger consumption associated with higher lifetime asthma prevalence; and a strong association of high calorie intake from cereal and rice and protein from cereal and nuts with decreased symptom prevalence.
The involvement of fathers throughout the entire perinatal period must not only be desired, but recognized, favoured and actively supported.
Role of nutrition and environmental endocrine disrupting chemicals during the perinatal period on the aetiology of obesity [Abstract].
We hope that our findings will be able to inform the practice of health care providers who interface with women during the perinatal period.
Untreated mood and anxiety disorders in the perinatal period have serious consequences.

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