Children

© iStock

Childhood stunting costs billions in lost productivity each year

By Shane Starling

Childhood stunting costs low-to-middle income countries (LMICs) up to 1.2% of their annual gross domestic product (GDP), and could be cheaply remedied via nutritional shifts, according to research published in Lancet e-Clinical Medicine.

getty | wildpixel

Probiotic may reduce ADHD symptoms in children with Tourette's

By Nikki Hancocks

A new study analysing the impact of a probiotic on the symptoms of children with Tourette syndrome has concluded that probiotics do not have tic-reducing effects but may have benefits on comorbidities such as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder...

Getty Images

What your child’s gut health says about their behavior

By Danielle Masterson

If your child misbehaves, you may only have yourself to blame, a new study suggests. Recent research indicates the gut microbiome could be a potential determinant of how a child’s environment ultimately impacts their neurobiological function and mental...

©iStock/CREATISTA

Children’s growth supplement wins GSK backing

By Lynda Searby

With a licensing agreement with GSK in place in India, Nutritional Growth Solutions is on the look-out for partners to roll-out its Pro-Up children’s growth supplement in Europe.

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars

Featured Suppliers

All suppliers