Monday, February 26, 2024
Home Search

infant - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
The rate at which liver diseases are increasing in pregnant women is alarmingly high, and becoming a matter of concern.

Discrimination During Pregnancy Linked to Infant Brain Connectivity

Pregnant women's experiences of discrimination and acculturation can impact the brain circuitry of their infants, independent of general stress and depression, according to a recent study by Yale and Columbia University. The research, published in Neuropsychopharmacology, examined 165 pregnant individuals and conducted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on 38 infants after birth. The findings suggest that discrimination and acculturation have distinct effects on brain connectivity, particularly weakening connectivity between the amygdala and prefrontal cortex in infants whose parents experienced discrimination during pregnancy.

Fathers Make a Difference in Infant’s Breast Feeding

Fathers make a huge difference in infant’s getting breastfed and placed to sleep safely. This comes in the latest survey of new...
In a heartwarming gesture that resonates with recent national achievements, the Kerala State Child Welfare Council welcomed a four-day-old boy into its hi-tech cradle, naming him "Pragyan Chandra." This name honors two remarkable events that occurred concurrently – the successful Chandrayaan-3 soft landing on the moon and chess prodigy Rameshbabu Praggnanandha's impressive second-place finish in the FIDE chess world cup.

Kerala aims to further bring down Infant Mortality; Shylaja

Kerala, which has made tremendous achievements in bringing down the Maternal and Infant mortality, is for further lowering the graph of maternal as well...
An increased farmer Suicide in India

Modern crops helped in reducing infant mortality!!! 

Has modern crops reduced infant mortality over the years? Yes, if the researchers from the University of California San Diego has to be believed....

Children pick up screen habits as early as infants

Children and also teenagers getting addicted to screens of mobile or computer is a constant worry for the parents. They pick up this habit...

Childhood cancers In India

More than 50,000 new cases of childhood cancer occur each year in India, adding to the existing burden of the disease. The most common cancers in children are blood cancers, such as leukemia, which account for about 30 percent of childhood cancers.

How Climate Change Fuels diarrhoea

Uncover the hidden danger as climate change escalates the spread of campylobacteriosis, a bacterial infection causing diarrhoea. Explore the alarming findings from the University of Surrey, shedding light on the intricate relationship between weather patterns and the rise of this public health threat
: New research links TV or video exposure in babies and toddlers to atypical sensory behaviors, emphasizing the importance of monitoring screen time for developmental well-being.

Toddlers Exposed to TV Show Atypical Sensory Behaviors

: New research links TV or video exposure in babies and toddlers to atypical sensory behaviors, emphasizing the importance of monitoring screen time for developmental well-being.
Discover the groundbreaking study showcasing the pivotal role of rhythmic speech in infants' language development. Learn why singing nursery rhymes to newborns plays a crucial role in laying the foundation for language acquisition, surpassing the importance of phonetics. Insights from brain imaging highlight the significance of rhythm in shaping early language comprehension."

Why Singing Nursery Rhymes to Newborns Matters More?

Discover the groundbreaking study showcasing the pivotal role of rhythmic speech in infants' language development. Learn why singing nursery rhymes to newborns plays a crucial role in laying the foundation for language acquisition, surpassing the importance of phonetics. Insights from brain imaging highlight the significance of rhythm in shaping early language comprehension."
In a recent revelation, UNICEF's Global Snapshot on Children with HIV and AIDS sheds light on the persistent challenges faced by adolescent girls in the battle against HIV. Released just before World AIDS Day, the report unveils startling statistics, indicating that nearly 98,000 adolescent girls aged 10-19 contracted HIV in 2022, translating to a staggering 1,900 new infections each week.

Unveiling the Ongoing HIV Struggle Among Adolescent Girls

In a recent revelation, UNICEF's Global Snapshot on Children with HIV and AIDS sheds light on the persistent challenges faced by adolescent girls in the battle against HIV. Released just before World AIDS Day, the report unveils startling statistics, indicating that nearly 98,000 adolescent girls aged 10-19 contracted HIV in 2022, translating to a staggering 1,900 new infections each week.