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1.16L Infant Deaths in 2019 Due to Air Pollution in India

The first-ever comprehensive analysis of air pollution's global impact on newborns finds that outdoor and household particulate matter pollution contributed to the deaths of...

Mothers, Kids Lose 20% Health, Social Services During Pandemic: Study

Mothers, newborns, young children and adolescents are losing 20 per cent of their health and social services due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to...

WHO “Especially Concerned” About Impact of COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) said it is "especially concerned" about the impact of COVID-19 on women, children and adolescents as per COVID-19 Information...

Opioid Prescriptions Post-Childbirth Are Associated with Overdose Risks: Study

Women who are prescribed opioids after childbirth have an increased risk of serious opioid-related events, including overdose and death, in their first year postpartum,...

How to Combat Sleep Deprivation?

Before we step into the resolution of sleep deprivation, let us take a look at what is sleep deprivation, its causes, symptoms and effects....

Herbs and Natural Ingredients Can Support Your Newborn’s Digestive System

Medicines with natural ingredients like Dill Oil, Guduchi and Amalaki help regularise bowel movements and control digestive disturbances in babies, an expert has said. "The...

Winter Care Tips For Newborns

The winter season can bring some key challenges for new parents as newborns are a little more sensitive and need extra care in the...

Smoking Habits May Harm Breastfeeding, Newborns at Risk

Women, please take note. New mothers exposed to cigarette smoke in their homes may stop breastfeeding sooner as compared to those who are not...

Indian Hospitals are using cameras, tags, lasers to curb Baby trafficking and theft

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, September 8, 2017: Hospitals in India are starting to tag newborns, mothers, and medics as well as installing extra security cameras and...

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