ITEMS IN AFP WITH KEYWORD:

Nutrition

Mar 15, 2010 Issue
VItamin D Supplementation in Infants, Children, and Adolescents [Article]


Mar 15, 2010 Issue
Vitamin D in Children: The Right Dose of Evidence [Editorials]


Oct 15, 2009 Issue
Recognition and Management of Vitamin D Deficiency [Article]

Vitamin D deficiency affects persons of all ages. Common manifestations of vitamin D deficiency are symmetric low back pain, proximal muscle weakness, muscle aches, and throbbing bone pain elicited with pressure over the sternum or tibia. A 25-hydroxyvitamin D level should be obtained in patients wi...


Aug 15, 2009 Issue
Dietary Fat: Quantity and Quality [Editorials]


Jul 15, 2009 Issue
AAP Doubles Recommended Vitamin D Intake in Children [Practice Guidelines]

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has doubled the recommended intake of vitamin D to 400 IU per day for infants, children, and adolescents.


Apr 1, 2009 Issue
Long-Term Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet [Editorials]


Nov 1, 2008 Issue
Antioxidant Supplements Do Not Improve Mortality and May Cause Harm [Cochrane for Clinicians]

In randomized controlled trials of primary and secondary prevention, vitamins A and E, and beta-carotene supplementation increased mortality. Vitamin C and selenium supplementation had no significant effect on mortality.


May 15, 2007 Issue
AHA Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations [Practice Guidelines]

Improving dietary and lifestyle habits is a critical part of any strategy for cardiovascular risk reduction. The American Heart Association (AHA) recently revised its diet and lifestyle recommendations to reflect new evidence.


Nov 1, 2006 Issue
Nutrition in Toddlers [Article]

Toddlers make a transition from dependent milk-fed infancy to independent feeding and a typical omnivorous diet. This stage is an important time for physicians to monitor growth using growth charts and body mass index and to make recommendations for healthy eating. Fat and cholesterol restriction sh...


Aug 15, 2006 Issue
Rickets: Not a Disease of the Past [Article]

Rickets develops when growing bones fail to mineralize. In most cases, the diagnosis is established with a thorough history and physical examination and confirmed by laboratory evaluation. Nutritional rickets can be caused by inadequate intake of nutrients (vitamin D in particular); however, it is n...


Pages: Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next


Email Alerts

Don't miss a single issue. Sign up for the free AFP email table of contents.

Sign Up Now