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Cord ‘milking’ makes blood flow in preterm Caesarean infants June 30, 2015 15:01

According to a recent study, the researchers finds that cord milking is efficient than delayed cord clamping for improving blood flow in premature infants delivered by caesarean. The study is published online in Pediatrics.According to…

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Autism spectrum disorder in kids is not linked to C-section, study revealed June 26, 2015 17:40

A new study found that babies born via caesarean section are not at greater risk of developing autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The study has been published in the medical journal JAMA Psychiatry.Autism is a neurobehavioral…

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Acid reducing medications may increase risk of infections in kids June 22, 2015 19:11

A new study performed by Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) has found that children who take acid-reducing medications, could have a significantly greater risk of developing Clostridium difficile infection.According to the study, the researchers found…

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Autism spectrum disorder of kids linked to age gap of parents June 15, 2015 18:49

According to the study, the researchers examined 5.7 million children and analysed that large parental age gap between the parents increases risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD). "In this study, we show for the…

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Eat healthy before conception for healthy child June 12, 2015 11:21

Researchers at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, say pre-conception diet is ‘crucial’. Study author, Professor Andrew Prentice said, ‘The potential implications are enormous.’ Colleague Dr Matt Silver said, ‘It’s about not just…

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Women who exercise may prevent risk of gestational diabetes June 06, 2015 13:48

Moderate exercise for pregnant women is advised by doctors. To support this, even the recent study conducted by lead author of the study Gema Sanabria-Martinez from Virgen de la Luz Hospital in has revealed that…

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Obese women are likely to face health risks during pregnancy June 05, 2015 16:24

Obesity is a common lifestyle disease affecting many individuals nowadays. But when it comes to women, it leads to serious health complications. A recent study has proved that women with obesity have increased health risks…

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Helicopter parenting could harm kids June 04, 2015 13:52

Parents, do you know extra care and love cam harm your kids? It was proved by a new study conducted by the researchers at Brigham Young University. From the study they found that that parental…

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Women brain changes after pregnancy May 26, 2015 18:17

Recent study has found that pregnancy and motherhood could stimulate certain permanent changes in the brain. "Our most recent research shows that previous motherhood alters cognition and neuroplasticity in response to hormone therapy, demonstrating that…

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Breast feeding protects kids from air pollution May 25, 2015 15:16

Breast milk offers many health benefits to kids. The recent study from University of Basque Country has proved breast feeding children in their first four months helps protect them against air pollution from traffic and…

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Paracetamol may lower testosterone in baby boys May 21, 2015 16:34

Paracetamol is the most commonly preferred pain killer. For pregnant women, it is the primary medicine for managing pain and fever. But the researchers from University of Edinburgh have revealed that prolonged use may reduce…

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Omega 3 fatty acids can reduce anti-social behaviour in kids May 18, 2015 12:45

A new research by University of Pennsylvania’s Adria Raine has proved that fatty acids that are commonly found in fish oil can reduce the antisocial and aggressive behaviour problems in children. Usually cold water oily…

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