Welcome to the Nutrition & Growth Network!
We anticipate that the Nutrition and Growth Network will become the premiere online community for health professionals in the field of pediatric nutrition.
The Network provides fans the opportunity to exchange knowledge about pediatric nutrition, network with colleagues and take advantage of the added benefit of being a part of an exclusive online social network.
This network is just in the beginning stages and we look forward to your contributions in helping it grow.
Prof. Moshe Phillip and Prof. Raanan Shamir, both on the organizing committee for #NG2017, published their results trialing this new supplement... "Results of the trial show a clear increase in height and weight in children who consumed the nutritional formula, without increase in body mass index (BMI)"See More
Interesting look at breastfeeding patterns in Iran. Join us at #NG2017 at plenary session "Human Milk and Breastfeeding" as we hear from Raanan Shamir, Mary Fewtrell and Hans van GoudoeverSee More
It may seem simple, but many don't realize that just taking away a child's smartphone could help them sleep better...
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, shows that simply the presence of a cell phone in the bedroom can…See More
Complementary feeding is an immense and important discussion that needs to continually be encouraged. Join Mary Fewtrell at #NG2017 to discuss these issues
What factors do you consider when prescribing growth hormones?
New research identifies reasons doctors prescribe growth hormones for children who don't meet guidelines for the therapy. Pressure from parents is one.
4th International Conference on Nutrition & Growth
N&G 2017 will provide a unique platform for discussing the interplay between nutrition and growth in children, from disease factors through to treatment. N&G is ideal for pediatricians, gastroenterologists, endocrinologists, neonatologists, dieticians, nutritionists, nurses and all those…See More
#CNW17 is the premier forum for the latest research and education. Register by November 16th to save $200! Taking place in Orlando, Florida February 18 - 21, 2017.
Milk and dairy products play an important role in explaining historical trends or regional differences in height. A recent extensive ecological study by Grasgruber et al (2016) analyzed the main…Continue
Malnutrition-induced stunted growth is common in developed as well as non-developed countries. In underprivileged societies, it is mainly the result of inadequate food supply complicated by recurrent…Continue