INFANT

Colombian Malls Display Breastfeeding Mannequins To Symbolize Safe Haven For Lactating Mothers

Colombian Malls Display Breastfeeding Mannequins To Symbolize Safe Haven For Lactating Mothers

With the abysmal rates of breastfeeding in Colombia, Amigos de la Lactancia campaigned normalization of breastfeeding by encouraging retail shops to install breastfeeding mannequins.

by Olivia Etienne

Parasitic Twin 'Feeds Off' Sibling: Indian Baby Born With Extra Head And Hands On Her Stomach

Parasitic Twin 'Feeds Off' Sibling: Indian Baby Born With Extra Head And Hands On Her Stomach

A mother from India gave birth to parasitic twins last month and just recently, the non-viable twin was removed from her sibling.

by Olivia Etienne

Triplets With Craniosynostosis

NY Triplets With Same Rare Skull Deformity Recovering Well After Surgery, Make Medical History

All three boys, Jackson, Hunter and Kaden Howard, had craniosynostosis which affect one in 2,500 births.

by Amanda Moore

Swaddling Babies

Swaddling Babies: Doctors Warn Of Risk As Baby Develops Hip Dysplasia

Doctors noticed an increase in hip dysplasia cases due to swaddling. Many parents from the U.S., the U.K. and Australia do this with their newborns but some do it improperly.

by Amanda Moore

Hyland's Baby Teething Tablets and Gel

Federal Drug Administration Orders Hyland's Baby Teething Tablets Recall, Suspects Toxic Risks

The Federal Drug Administration ordered the recall of Hyland's Baby Teething Tablets.

by Claire Parker

10 infants tested positive for MRSA

How Infants Contacted Antibiotic-Resistant Superbug MRSA Without Their Mothers Knowing

A hospital in California remained mum despite the fact that their patients got infected by MRSA while inside the pediatric ICU.

by Abbie Kraft

Flat Head Syndrome In Babies

Flat Head Syndrome: How Bad Is Flat Head In Babies? What Parents Can Do To Correct Plagiocephaly

Flat head syndrome or plagiocephaly in babies is common and the solutions are easy if parents pay enough attention.

by Amanda Moore

Birth Asphyxia: Weather-Predicting Technology May Help Oxygen-Deprived Neonates To Survive

Birth Asphyxia: Weather-Predicting Technology May Help Oxygen-Deprived Neonates To Survive

Technology of a weather-forecasting tool may be the answer to a long-standing pediatric grey matter as it can be used to test infant's response to asphyxia treatments.

by OIivia Etienne

Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy: World's First Baby With

Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy: Researcher Claims World's First Baby With 'Three-Parent' DNA Is Healthy

Dr. John Zhang announced that mitochondrial replacement therapy produced a healthy baby boy free from genetic diseases, yet, critics question the specialist's endeavour as it posts more questions about the controversial procedure.

by Olivia Etienne

Baby Fetus In Fetu

Baby 'Carrying' His Twin In His Stomach To Undergo Complicated Surgery; What Is Fetus In Fetu?

Experts said there are only 100 cases of fetus in fetu on record. The rare case occurs in one of 500,000 pregnancies.

by Amanda Moore

Surgery Success Baby With 'Parasitic Twin'

Baby With 'Parasitic Twin' Undergoes Surgery, Doctors Confident Of Her Recovery [VIDEO]

Baby Dominique's underdeveloped identical twin's body parts remained attached to her neck and she needed surgery so she can have quality life.

by Amanda Moore

Climate Change And Low Birth Weight

Climate Change And Baby Weight: Extreme Weathers Increase Risk For Low Birth Weight, Says Study

Turns out, global warming also affects the weight of infants and pregnant moms should take heed.

by Amanda Moore

Fatehmeh Reshad

Iranian Baby Now Recovering After Delayed Heart Surgery Due To US President Donald Trump's Travel Ban

The Iranian baby whose heart surgery was delayed after President Donald Trump imposed a travel ban is now recovering.

by Claire Parker

Pro Life Campaigners Rally Outisde The Marie Stopes Clinic In Belfast

Twins Born At 23 Weeks Surviving Well, Miracle Babies Raise Abortion Question - Should Termination Limit Be Lowered?

Most abortion laws have a 24-week limitation but the twins are proving that babies can survive outside the womb at less time than this.

by Amanda Moore

Ohio Mom Arrested For Kids' Sunburn

Baby Skin Care: Heat Rashes Are Most Common In Babies In Summer

Rashes are something that is really common in babies however upcoming summer brings, even more, chances of it.

by Henry Tyler

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son

Drug-Addicted Babies Need Cuddlers, Hospitals In US Looking For Volunteers

Would you like to help newborns suffering from drug withdrawal recover? Read the details here.

by Amanda Moore

Infant death

Are Poor Health Measures Blamed For High Infant Deaths In Indiana?

Indiana continues to be one of the U.S. states that has high infant mortality rate.

by Claire Parker

Japanese Dogs Treated By Owners

Acupuncture Relieves Baby's Colic? Scientists Warn Of Flawed Findings In Recent Study Supporting Method

Before any parent considers acupuncture, it might be best to talk about it to the pediatrician.

by Amanda Moore

Haiti Struggles With Death And Destruction After Catastrophic Earthquake

Abuse During Pregnancy: Mom Of Twins Loses One Baby, Other Daughter Fights For Her Life

Abuse is never acceptable but 1 in 6 pregnant moms are experiencing this.

by Amanda Moore

Berlin UKB Hospital Is Among Germany's Most Modern

When Rude Parents Lash Out On Hospital Staff It's The Sick Babies Who Suffer, Study Reveals

It's stressful and emotional to have a child in the NICU but this research should be an eye-opener for mothers and fathers.

by Amanda Moore

Parenting Facts: Know Why Parents Should Be More Worried With Boys

Parenting Facts: Know Why Parents Should Be More Worried With Boys

Studies reveal that parents should be more fragile in dealing with boys compared to girls.

by Abbie Kraft

Brooks Brothers Celebrates The Holidays With St Jude Children's Research Hospital

Eva Amurri's Baby Cracked Skull After Accidental Drop, Actress Admits To Depression & Guilt

Susan Sarandon's daughter gave birth to the baby in October and he had only a few weeks old when the incident happened.

by Amanda Moore

Overdose

As More Babies Undergo Opiate Withdrawal, New Study Finds Children Born To Heroin Users Live Life With More Struggles

Heroin and opiate use during pregnancy results to children suffering as they undergo withdrawal and it also has long term effect on children.

by Claire Parker

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