Most Shared Science of December 2021

Post Date: January 14, 2022


These publications were ranked among the most-shared findings of research articles authored or co-authored in December 2021 by experts at Cincinnati Children’s.

Losing sleep by staying up late leads adolescents to consume more carbohydrates and a higher glycemic load

Article in Sleep

Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati co-authors: Catharine Whitacre, MS, Nanhua Zhang, PhD,  Suzanne Summer, Morgan Price, OD, MS, and Dean Beebe, PhD

Higher admission and rapid readmission rates among medically hospitalized youth with anorexia nervosa/atypical anorexia nervosa during COVID-19

Article in Eating Behaviors

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Abigail Matthews, PhD, MHA, Rachel Kramer, PhD, Claire Peterson, PhD, Laurie Mitan, MD

The power of genetic diversity in genome-wide association studies of lipids

Article in Nature

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Bahram Namjou-Khales, MD

Outpatient Respiratory Management of Infants, Children, and Adolescents with Post-Prematurity Respiratory Disease: An Official American Thoracic Society Clinical Practice Guideline

Article in American Journal of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Don Hayes, Jr., MD, MS, MEd, Robert Fleck, MD


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