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Did you know the Blood Bike Group Delivers Breast Milk?

Every day our national hospitals and health centres face logistical crises, as much-needed supplies must be transported all over the country to those who need them most. One such in-demand item is blood, which is where the charity Blood Bikes gets its name from. The Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes (NABB) is a registered charity which helps ease the […]

Breast Milk: A Store House of Bacteria

Breast Milk: A Store House of Bacteria

Spanish researchers from the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology have recently published their paper revealing that breast milk is a store house of more than 700 species of bacteria. The paper was published in the latest edition of American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. For a long time now, scientists have known that breast milk is […]

5 Strategies to Tackle Lung Disease in Premature Babies

5 Strategies to Tackle Lung Disease in Premature Babies

Latest research on BPD (Broncho Pulmonary Dysplasia) in new born babies has come out with a 5 point strategy to treat the disease. The results of this research were published in the latest release of the journal Thorax. Scientists at the CHEO Research Institute and Ottawa Hospital Research Institute under the guidance of Dr. Thebaud have developed a therapy involving […]

Do Dirty Pacifiers Carry Diseases Among Infants?

Do Dirty Pacifiers Carry Diseases Among Infants?

Analysis of pacifiers used in infants has led to the conclusion that they can get dirty and very dirty indeed. This research was done at the Oklahoma State University by Dr. Tom Glass. The effect of this is however debatable and the findings have been published in the annual meeting at the American Society for […]

Test Tube Babies Carry Risk of Birth Defects

Test Tube Babies Carry Risk of Birth Defects

Babies born through IVF may carry risk of birth defects related to reproductive, urinary and ophthalmic organs. This has been reported at a paper presentation at the recently concluded National Conference of American Academy of Pediatrics held at New Orleans. The study was conducted by Dr. Lorraine Kelley-Quon, a practicing general surgeon at UCLA Medical centre, California. IVF and Its Link to Birth […]

Sign Language and Language Development in New Born

Sign Language and Language Development in New Born

Latest research at the University of Hertfordshire has proved that using signs with babies have no role in accelerating language development in them. Findings of this research were published in the latest issue of the journal Child Development. Baby Signing Baby signs are symbolic gestures that form a part of early communication between the parents and their newborn. It is a […]