Infant 27 March '17
Baby boxes help protect newborn babies from dying, as well as help parents understand safe sleeping habits.
Infant 21 March '17
The number of cases regarding babies born with HIV started to decrease from 2002.
Autism 17 February '17
The latest study headed by Robert T. Schultz was published in the Nature journal.
Infant 10 January '17
A woman of color has been making rounds in area hospitals in Pierce County in Tacoma, Washington as she is believed to be targeting hospitals with newborn babies.
Toddler 3 January '17
A Springettsbury Township woman left a total of six children, who are ages two and below, unattended for 20 minutes.
Health/Nutrition 20 November '16
According to the researchers, young children who drink whole cow’s milk tend to be leaner and have higher vitamin D levels than those who consume low-fat or skim milk.
Infant 19 November '16
Parents of newborns and babies should be on alert for respiratory infections as the number of severe cases rise.
Health 13 November '16
After giving birth to a child, women in Ireland suffers from series of birth-related hidden health problems affecting different aspects of their lives.
Infant 7 November '16
Parents do have a role to fulfill in order to lessen the likelihood of their child afflicted with SIDS, and some of these steps are so simple that parents would be surprised they missed it.
Health/Nutrition 27 October '16
There are many benefits of breastfeeding, which is why doctors are now doing an extra effort to encourage mothers
Infant 25 October '16
As the years progress, technology becomes part of everyone’s daily life. Adults normally use gadgets for work, students in research, and surprisingly, babies to develop cognitive skills.
Development 28 June '16
The crucial years of brain development start as early as infancy. Providing children with development programs during their early years influence their ability to form relationships and interact with other people as they grow up.
Infant 26 April '16
A new study finds infants are exposed to a known carcinogen called arsenic. Experts say rice products such as cereals contain high levels of it.
Pregnancy 12 April '16
Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Louisiana is spearheading the nationwide trend of family-centered maternity care. In the new model, mothers have more time to bond with their newborns shortly after childbirth.
Infant 7 April '16
Babies are being overfed with too much protein from milk which can add to obesity and medical problems later on.
Health/Nutrition 6 April '16
A study from Kyoto University revealed that preemies show less interest in people and have a problem following their gaze.
Infant 3 April '16
Parents are sometimes doubtful about when to start the transition their babies from milk and formula to solid food. They’re also unsure of what food to start them with. It’s time to clear the air on these questions.
Health/Nutrition 3 April '16
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said that it is working to cut the inorganic arsenic levels in rice meals for infants, which is a main source of arsenic exposure in infants.
Infant 29 March '16
A new study said that the rate of ear infections during the baby’s first year has decreased. It is said the increasing rate of breastfeeding, vaccinations and lower rates of smoking may help alleviate the condition.
Infant 29 March '16
Doctors can now save infants from dying of extremely preterm birth. However, two studies state that these babies are more likely to struggle in school and to have a tougher life as adults.
Infant 28 March '16
The first breast milk bank is now open in Acelleron Medical Products on Boston Post Road in Guilford to help mothers who are lacking in breast milk. The milk will be distributed by the nonprofit Mother’s Milk Bank Northeast (MMBNE).
Infant 24 March '16
Colic, the go-to explanation for why babies won’t stop crying in their first two months, apparently does not exist. Expert says babies need hugs and comfort just as much as medicine.
Parenting 24 March '16
When babies are crying, the parents thought that maybe the baby was hungry, sleepy, or maybe they need their parent’s attention. Most of the parents are going to tuck their baby when they are crying or giving them bottled milk to calm them down.