In March 2014 the Australian Asthma Handbook is Australia’s national guidelines for asthma management was released. ‘It provides evidence-based, practical guidance for health professionals diagnosing and managing asthma in adults and children in primary care.
The enclosed article from the Paediatric Research Journal ( Jan 14) discusses research undertaken in Australia at the University of Newcastle on school aged children with Asthma.
‘Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a rare genetic disease. It is characterised by extremely fragile and blister prone skin. Management of the disease requires frequent application of specialised dressing and bandages to reduce skin damage and the risk of infection.
The enclosed research article from the British Medical Journal examines longitudinal patterns of growth trajectories in children of women with eating disorders (ED): anorexia nervosa (AN) and bulimia nervosa (BN).