An artificial womb has been created by scientists in order to help extremely premature babies to develop normally in the future. The study has recently been published in the journal Nature Communications.
Here's what pregnant women should be on the lookout for. Also, get to know the things to avoid when one is expecting.
The United States is seeing dramatic increases in drug-addicted babies. These infants are exposed to addictive opioid drugs while in their mother's womb.
A heartbreaking story puts the risks linked to exclusive breastfeeding into the spotlight, sparks debate if breast is indeed best.
The earlier the intervention for autism, the better the outcome. Researchers believe being able to predict the likelihood of autism in children is one way of reducing the severity of the developmental disorder.
Premature babies at greater risk of mental problems such as depression and anxiety from childhood throughout adulthood. Families and friends are encouraged to help support and deal to reduce the risk of developing the menatl health problems.
Huggies Little Snugglers Nano Preemie Diaper is specially designed to protect skin and promote healthy growth and development of babies weighing less than two pounds.
The components of human breast milk have long been distinguished along with the different functions it plays in an infant's primary meal however researchers are still baffled on why the configuration of these sugars changes during breastfeeding.
Study shows that easting salmon during pregnancy may reduce the risk of asthma to the children than those who don’t.
A new study published in JAMA online links Zika virus to inherent vision loss among infected Brazilian newborns.
UK’s Fertility Treatment Regulator allows DNA editing technique setting the stage for a future where genetically modified (GM) babies may become common.
A meta-analysis of several studies showed that breastfeeding has benefits for mothers and their children.
New government-released report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals a sharp 263% rise of birth defect known as gastroschisis particularly for young African-American mothers for the past two decades.
The stomachs and liver can also protrude outside in some cases, CDC warns.
An alarming surge in the number of infants born with brain disoders linked to mosquito-borne virus forced Brazilian authorities to declare nationwide state of emergency and advice women to postpone pregnancy plans.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.