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Gut microbiome development in early life is linked to long-term health. Bifidobacteria make up to 90% of the microbiota of healthy breastfed infants born by vaginal delivery, but factors such as C-section birth, formula feeding, antibiotic use, preterm birth, diet and home environment can result in a less healthy microbial profile.

“Dr Anne Dattilo, registered dietitian, unpacks Nestlé’s first edition of The Parenting Index 2021 - reminding society of the universal challenges faced by parents, in raising their children.

“While there is no magic formula, parents who report they have flexibility at work needed to care for their child are more likely to feel greater ease in parenting,” was one of the report’s key results.

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Yes, obesity can be prevented and managed. However, obesity claims at least 2.8 million lives every year. Find tips & recommendations for every age, in the prevention and management of obesity.

In the womb, babies get all they need from their mother’s body. What happens when there’s a problem with the mother’s diet?

The brain is the organ with the longest development and maturation time - it starts in the third week of pregnancy and continues throughout adulthood.

Maintaining adequate iron levels can be difficult due to iron’s poor bioavailability. Read more to learn about the effects of an excess or lack of iron in young children.