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Maternal Blood Test May Predict Complications Associated With Pregnancy: Study

A blood test commonly used to detect foetal genetic abnormalities may help predict complications associated with pregnancy before symptoms develop, say researchers, including one...

Even Low Alcohol Consumption During Pregnancy Can Impact Child’s Brain Development

Researchers have found that even low levels of alcohol consumption during pregnancy can have an impact on a child's brain development. The study, published in...

Fall Born Babies At Higher Risk Of Allergic Diseases

The time of year a baby is born may be a risk factor for food allergies, say researchers, adding that babies born in fall...

Pasteurising Human Milk Inactivates the Virus that Causes Covid-19: Study

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that pasteurising human milk inactivates the virus that causes Covid-19. "While there is no evidence that...

New Method to Predict Which Babies Can Develop Diabetes

Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have come up with a new method to predict which babies will develop type 1 diabetes. According to the...

Baby Skincare Tips Every Mother Should Follow in Monsoon

As the monsoon brings humidity and dampness that can lead to certain skin-related issues in babies, such as rashes, itchy scalp, an Ayurvedic expert...

Covid-19 in Infants results to Mild Fever, Shows Research

A team of US scientists, led by an Indian-origin researcher has found that infants under 90 days of age who tested positive for Covid-19...

Here’s How First Pregnancy Complications Increases Risk of Future Preterm Delivery

Researchers have found that women whose first baby is born at full term, but experience complications in pregnancy, have an increased risk of preterm...

Newborns in China Experience Mild Symptoms of Novel Coronavirus Disease: Study

As coronavirus rapidly spreading in every corner of the globe, Chinese researchers have found that newborns infected with COVID-19 in China experienced mild symptoms,...

Babies Born in Urban Areas Are Less Fussy: Study

Researchers have found that babies from rural families tend to display negative emotions such as anger and frustration more frequently than their urban counterparts. The...

Here’s why You Should Let Your Babies “Cry it Out”

Should you let your babies "cry it out" or rush to their side? Researchers have found that leaving an infant to 'cry it out'...

Applying Moisturisers on Babies Cannot Prevent Eczema

Researchers have found that using daily moisturisers on newborn babies cannot prevent eczema as previously thought according to health news. Eczema is a very common...

Early Exposure of Infants To Household Cleaning Products Can Make Them Prone To Asthma

Early exposure of babies to household cleaning products is associated with the development of childhood asthma and wheeze by age 3 years, a new...

Babies in ICU More Likely to Get Protected from Parental Bacteria: Study

Researchers have developed and tested a relatively simple strategy for reducing the chance of parents exposing their babies in the NICU to one of...

Peanuts and Eggs Can Help Prevent Allergies in High-risk Babies: Study

Researchers have found that introducing peanuts and eggs to high-risk babies as early as three months could prevent them from developing allergies to those...

Babies Born with HIV Should Receive Immediate Treatment: Study

Babies born with HIV benefit the most if treatment is started within hours or days of birth rather than waiting for them to be...

Babies already have a Sense of what Counting Means: Study

Babies who are years away from being able to say 'one', 'two', and 'three' actually already have a sense of what counting means, said...

Tips to Keep your Babies’ Skin Protected All Winter Long

With winter just around the corner, the need for extra care and nourishment for the babys skin becomes a top priority for a mother....

U.N. Agencies Urging Governments to Encourage Mothers to Breastfeed Their Babies

Leading U.N. agencies are urging governments to adopt family-friendly policies to encourage mothers to breastfeed their babies at home and at work. The World...

Pre-term Birth Impact Baby’s Love Life in Adulthood, Says New Study

Researchers have found that babies who were born pre-term are less likely to form romantic relationships, have sexual relations or experience parenthood than those...

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1 in 3 Indian Call Centres to Permanently Switch to Work From Home

Signalling the future of work in the pandemic times, nearly one in three call centres (27 per cent) in India will switch permanently to...

Here’s How You Can Improve Both Physical and Cognitive Health

Daily exercise, along with nutrient-enriched beverages, can do wonder with improving both physical and cognitive health, researchers have discovered. While exercise alone improved strength and...

Microsoft Set to Release New AI-Based Noise Suppression Tool in Teams

As more and more people work from home and at times have no control over jarring sounds in the background, Microsoft is set to...

Why President Trump and PM Modi are so Fiercely Opposed by the Left and Islamists

By Maria Wirth “Í prefer Trump to Hillary”, I told a German friend in the run up to the US elections in 2016. There was...