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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.
Is Miscarriage or still births related to job loss? Yes, a new study published in Human Reproduction has uncovered this relation. While the findings point to an association, the study refrains from making claims about causation.
Global progress in reducing the premature deaths of pregnant women, mothers and babies, has flatlined for eight years because of decreasing investments in maternal and newborn health, according to UN World Health Organization (WHO) report, published on May 9.
With Covid-19 vaccines made available to a wider section of the population, concerns are raised whether pregnant and lactating women can take the vaccine....
The Pan American Health Organization(PAHO) has called on countries in the Americas to step up efforts to ensure access to prenatal care services for...