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    What is the gut-brain axis?
    In this brief video, Prof Koletzko discusses the gut-brain axis.
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    A GUT (BRAIN) FEELING ABOUT HMOS
    This podcast provides an overview of the gut microbiome and its interactions with the gut-brain axis (GBA)—a bidirectional signaling pathway between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system.
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    MEET THE EXPERT: BERTHOLD KOLETZKO
    In this brief video, Prof Koletzko shares a personal anecdote about the importance of nutrition.
  • A picture of Professor Berthold V Koletzko
    What are human milk oligosaccharides?
    In this brief video, Prof Koletzko describes human milk oligosaccharides.
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    2’-FUCOSYLLACTOSE: AN ALLERGY MODULATING HMO
    In this 2:19 min interview, Dr. Paul Forsythe, PhD, discusses Human Milk Oligosaccharides and they role they may play in allergy modulation. Dr Forsythe first presented this material at ESPGHAN 2019 in June 2019.
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    ONCOLOGY NUTRITION IN 2020
    In this 18:55 -minute podcast, Jyoti Benjamin, MS, RD, CSO, CD, FAND, and Annette Quinn, MSN, RN, discuss the roles each member of the multidisciplinary team can play in offering nutrition care for the oncology patient, both in normal times and through the lens of Covid-19. This podcast is a supplemental recording for ANHI’s 22 July 2020 webinar, “Oncology Nutrition: The Intersection of Evidence, Guidelines & Clinical Practice.”
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    ALLERGY SUMMIT VIDEO SERIES
    These online modules bring together scientific experts from around the world to share their knowledge and experience in the nutritional management of food allergies.
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    GLOBAL ADVANCES IN PEDIATRIC NUTRITION
    In this video, Dr Mezoff reviews the history and biology of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs), the third most abundant solid component of human milk.
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    ESPGHAN 50TH ANNUAL MEETING
    Experts in clinical immunology and human milk biochemistry gathered to discuss infant gut and immune health, with a focus on human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs), the third most abundant solid component of human milk. The Abbott Summit provides an overview of immunology, the role of HMOs in promoting gut immunity, and emerging clinical evidence that HMOs may contribute to reduced infections and allergy.
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    IMMUNITY & HMO: ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS ON INFANT FEEDING
    In this podcast episode, pediatrician Karyn Wulf, MD, MPH, and new mother Courtney Krizek, offer a question and answer session on best practices for infant feeding in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic—or any time a nursing baby is hungry when mom isn’t feeling well.
  • A little boy goes down a tube slide at a park
    HEIGHT & BMI TRAJECTORIES OF SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS
    In this 11-minute podcast, Andrea Rodriguez-martinez, PhD, discusses a study she and her team of researchers published in The Lancet, called “Height & Body-Mass Index Trajectories of School-Aged Children & Adolescents from 1985 to 2019 in 200 Countries & Territories: A Pooled Analysis of 2,181 Population-Based Studies with 65 Million Participants.”
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    HUMAN MILK OLIGOSACCHARIDES: EPIDEMIOLOGIC CONSIDERATION AND NEW RESEARCH
    Two experts discuss Human Milk Oligosaccharides in this interview presented at the 6th International Conference on Nutrition & Growth in Valencia, Spain, in March 2019.
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    WHAT NUTRITION MEANS TO ME: DR RACHAEL BUCK
    Find out what nutrition means to Dr Rachael Buck, Associate Research Fellow, Abbott, in this 41-second video.
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    EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT & IN-HOSPITAL MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH MALNUTRITION
    In this 15-minute podcast, Nina Kaegi-Braun, MD, shares the results of a cohort study she and her colleagues conducted to evaluate nutritional support and in-hospital mortality in patients with malnutrition in Switzerland.
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    HOW HMOS RELATE TO INFANT NEURODEVELOPMENT AND MATERNAL FACTORS
    In this 11-minute podcast, Elena Oliveros, PhD, summarizes the results of a study she and her team published in Journal of Food Science on 2’-Fucosyllactose and 6’-Sialyllactose.
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