The journey of a mother from the conception to the delivery, the focus remains completely on the delivery. But what happens after a child is born? What do you do after you go home with your baby? How do you take care of the tiny sweetheart? These questions can make new parents nervous and panicky.
by Michael Jr | 11:39 am Jul. 6
The Life of an Orphan
by Eric Hamilton | 11:00 am Jul. 2
At least 20 percent of elementary school-age children develop tics such as excessive blinking, throat clearing or sniffing, but for most of those kids, the tics don't become a long-term problem. Conventional wisdom has held that most tics go away on their own and that only in rare cases do they become chronic or develop into a disorder such as Tourette syndrome.
by | 04:52 pm Jun. 26
Researchers suggest a possible cell-based therapy to stimulate lung development in fragile premature infants who suffer from a rare condition called Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD), which in the most severe cases can lead to lifelong breathing problems and even death.
by | 04:21 pm Jun. 26
Anna Esler said she was overwhelmed with thankfulness when she saw her deaf daughter respond to sound for the first time. The mom cried after her child's cochlear implants had been activated.
by Tanya Diente
A recent study conducted jointly by the Tissue Engineering Research Group of the Department of Histology and the Family Medicine Unit of the University of Granada (UGR) has highlighted the conceptual, attitudinal, and procedural profile of resident hospital doctors specialising in Family Medicine, in relation to the so-called advanced therapies.
Much as you might try to conceal them under heavy makeup or clothes, or you wear them as a badge of honor after childbirth, chances are you have some stretch marks like most people. Stretch marks have become a part of our lives it seems.