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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...

Breast Milk May Not Spread Covid-19 Infection: Study

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that Covid-19 was unable to cause infection in the breastfed infant. The study, published in...

Things to Keep in Mind While Purchasing Detergents for Infants’ Clothes

Infants' immune system are still developing and they are vulnerable to catch common infections from almost anything they touch or play with, including their...

Here’s Why Low-Dose Aspirin May Help in Avoiding Preterm Birth Risk During Pregnancy

Daily low-dose aspirin, from as early as the sixth week of pregnancy through the 36th week, may lower the risk of preterm birth among...

First Baby Can Make Anxious Parents Jealous: Study

Expectant parents, please take note. You must address relationship anxiety before the first baby is born as researchers have revealed that a new child...

Breast Milk Has a Positive Impact on the Infant’s Cognitive Development: Study

With maternal factors, such as breast milk, having been shown to affect a baby's development, now health and lifestyle researchers have found that the...

Low Vitamin-D during Pregnancy may Lead to ADHD in the Offspring

Prenatal factors such as vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy, can influence the development of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), say researchers. The findings, published in...

Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy Proved to be Harmful: Study

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can lead to low birth weight and poor cognitive function, according to a new health news and research. For the findings,...

Infants And Adults Experience Same Brain Wavelength During Play: Study

Researchers have found that infants and adults are likely to be on the same wavelength, experiencing similar brain activity in the same brain regions...

New Mothers use Mobile Apps for Breastfeeding Decisions

Mobile phone apps are increasingly being used to support breastfeeding decisions-sometimes at a cost, researchers have found. The objective approach of most infant feeding (IF)...

Low Birth Weight Can Lead to Cardiovascular Diseases

Low birth weight was linked not only to poor health outcomes in the beginning but also to chronic health conditions later in life, researchers...

According to Study, Maternity and Infant Health Improves in India

Community-based health programmes in parts of India, Ethiopia and Nigeria have been successful in improving Maternity Health Care and of newborns, but inequities still...

Affects of Prenatal Marijuana on Baby

If you smoke marijuana during your pregnancy, your baby could be at high risk of being born with a low birth weight as well...

India’s Heaviest Baby weighing 15 Pounds (6.8kgs) is born in Karnataka

According to BBC, a female Baby with Birth Weight of 6.8 Kg or 15 Pounds Born on May 23, 2016 in Hassan, Karnataka ...

Migrant Crisis: 385 people including an infant rescued by Italian Navy

Rome- An Italian navy vessel on Monday rescued 385 migrants from the Mediterranean on Monday including 42 women and 40 children, among them a...

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