The effect of perinatal fish oil supplementation on neurodevelopment and growth of infants: a randomized controlled trial

Based on the results, perinatal fish oil supplementation is beneficial for the communication domain of neurodevelopment of 4-month-old infants. The study results relating to the supplementation effect on other domains are inconclusive. There ought to be further studies with up-to-date lipidomic analysis to find biochemical correlate compared to an intervention and developmental finding.

The Experiences of First-Time Mothers With Persistent Pelvic Girdle Pain After Childbirth: A Descriptive Qualitative Study

For first-time mothers, having persistent Pelvic Girdle Pain postpartum impacts their daily lives in many ways. These findings provide important information for healthcare providers, which will improve their understanding of these women's experiences, enhance rapport, and can be used to provide information and address concerns, to optimize maternity care during pregnancy and beyond.

The role of an acupuncture protocol in improving women’s reproductive functioning assessed by a pilot pragmatic randomized controlled trial

There was a statistically significant increase in fertility awareness in the acupuncture group (86.4%, 19) compared to 40% (n=8) of the lifestyle only participants (Relative Risk (RR) 2.38, 95% confidence interval (CI) of 1.25, 4.50), with an adjusted value of 0.011.