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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...

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Babies and Skin Rashes

Skin care for babies is an essential step in their overall health routine. Babies have delicate skin which is more prone to skin concerns...

Robots May Be Able to Perform C-Sections Soon

Robotics are expected to become so sophisticated, hospitals may not need surgeons. Controlled by healthcare assistants, the machines will soon be delivering babies by carrying out...

Tips to Protect Sensitive Skin of Babies in Winter

Babies have delicate skin, which is sensitive to humidity and changes in the weather. Cold weather affects the skin even further by causing rashes,...

Hospital In Romania Shut Down After Babies Get Diagnosed With Superbug

 Romanian health authorities on Friday temporarily closed a maternity hospital in the capital after 13 babies born there recently were diagnosed with a drug-resistant...

Novel Blood Test May Predict Autism Risk in Babies During Pregnancy

Researchers have developed a novel blood test for pregnant mothers that can, with nearly 90 per cent accuracy rate, predict the probability of having...

Formula made from Cow’s milk may reduce the risk of diabetes

New York, Jan 3, 2018: Drinking formula made from cow's milk may not put babies at higher risk of developing Type 1 diabetes, the...

Babies Can Understand Through Observation of People’s Action, Says Study

New York, Nov 26: Even a 10-month-old infant can tell how badly you want something by observing how hard you work to achieve it,...

One million babies born in US using in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) and other assisted reproductive technologies: Report

Washington, May 1, 2017: At least one million babies have been born in the US using in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) and other assisted reproductive technologies,...

“Jaadu ki Jhappi”: Mother’s Hug can boost immunity in her baby, say Scientists

New Delhi, April 11, 2017: Diaper company Huggies surveyed over 2,000 moms and 500 medical professionals in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkata with the...

Zika Threat: WHO rejects the call to postpone or move Olympics from Rio

Zika virus also is linked to serious birth defects The outbreak began in Brazil a year ago in 2015 Abnormal small heads are...

Babies are more self-aware of their own intelligence than previously assumed

By 20 months old, babies are able to imitate and process words and seem eager to learn about the world around them, but a...

Most stillborn cases witnessed in India

Nagapura(Karnataka): India has the world's most stillborn babies. A large number of mothers suffer this unfortunate fate. All the love, hopes and dreams they create...

World Breastfeeding Week: Breast milk, the answer to malnutrition in children

By Nithin Sridhar “World Breastfeeding Week” is being celebrated throughout the world from 1-August till 7-August. The practice of dedicating the first week of August to...

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Give Your Home A Facelift With These Design Trends Post-COVID

By Tony The coronavirus has impacted the world in some unimaginable ways and we’re still trying to recover from its effects. Life is starting to...

Shrub Galore: The Best Types Of Shrubs To Grow In Your Garden

By Amanda Just like any other plant, shrubs have been a staple piece in everyone’s garden.  They are commonly called bush. Against trees, they can...

Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Guyana, Marxism, Race, Politics And The USA: Part 2

By Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre reporter MOHAN RAGBEER said (continued): “This irritated the State Department/CIA, but they remained ignorant, despite corrections, and so anti-communist (the Cold War...

Guyana Government Closes Chapter On Dr. Rodney’s Death – Time To Reopen The 1964 Wismar Ethnic Cleansing Atrocity

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir The government of Guyana should be highly commended for honoring Dr. Walter Rodney, who was killed in a bomb blast on...