Infant 24 March '16
The World Health Organization (WHO) is feared the microcephaly could be diagnosed to more than 2,500 babies in Brazil if the country’s current situation on Zika virus continues.
Pregnancy 21 March '16
A new study from King's College London found that obese pregnant women can reduce their baby's skinfold thickness by changing their diet and living healthily starting mid-pregnancy.
Infant 17 March '16
A desert-like district in southern Pakistan has stumbled upon ruthless drought-like condition for last three years.
Infant 16 March '16
Whooping cough is most common to adults and adolescents. It is said that the disease has been eliminated years ago but the truth is it still exists especially to those who are not vaccinated.
Parenting 12 March '16
Being a first-time parent requires a lot of patience as you raise your baby. Here are some tips that will help you in making sure that your baby can have a goodnight sleep.
Parenting 9 March '16
Many parents turn to infant formula for they believe that it will save their babies from allergies, asthma, type-1 diabetes and even eczema. However, a new study says it won’t.
Infant 4 March '16
Hearing screenings for newborn babies in developing countries are lacking or are not performed at all, according to RUB studies.
Infant 10 February '16
Weaning your infant is an ongoing process.
Infant 29 January '16
The experts found a connection between Zika and microcephaly that causes infants to be born with a small skull smaller for their brains.
Health/Nutrition 9 September '15
Mothers are no longer the main source of whooping cough among infants. In a recent study, it was revealed that the frequency by which the condition is transferred to babies through contact with their sibling has increased. The researchers believe that such shift in the situation is the result of a more prevalent occurrence of coughs and colds among grade school children nowadays.
Health/Nutrition 16 May '15
Baby foods are both healthy and delicious when they are homemade. Preparing your baby's food does not have to be a massive chore for you.
Health/Nutrition 12 May '15
Misconceptions about women's miscarriage bring about negative outcomes beyond what many may expect. According to The Guardian, studies from a U.S. research revealed that misconceptions in relation to miscarriage causes worsen guilt and shame among women.
Parenting 4 May '15
As defined in Medical News Today, Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome is present among: "infants born to mothers who have used illicit drugs or prescription opioids during pregnancy, such as heroin, codeine and oxycodone."
Health/Nutrition 23 April '15
These astonishing study results may surprise you. Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccines don't bring about Autistic symptoms, as revealed in results of the latest study conducted in the United States.
Health/Nutrition 10 April '15
If your infant has been crying for at least three hours in a day, or three days in a week, you have to watch out for a possible Colic diagnosis once you notice all of these symptoms
Parenting 19 January '14
The Food and Drug Administration has recently approved a mental disability test especially designed for infants, according to FOX News.
Parenting 15 August '13
Researchers from the University of Oxford in England told Medical News Today that premature infants are more susceptible to acquiring heart conditions later on in life.