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Mothers of IVF babies are at increased risk of chronic digestive disease August 12, 2015 17:33

According to a study performed by the researchers in Turkey, it was revealed that women who give birth to babies conceived by in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) are three-times more likely to have a common digestive condition…

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Iodine supplements can increase child’s IQ, finds study August 11, 2015 17:03

Intake of iodine supplements during pregnancy period could boost babie’s brain power and make billions for the economy, according to a new study. "Iodine deficiency in pregnancy remains the leading cause of preventable retardation worldwide.…

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Young dads are at risk of shorter lifespan, finds study August 05, 2015 13:18

A study revealed that men who become dads before they turn 25 run a higher risk of dying in middle age. Researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland used a 10 per cent nationally…

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Heavy weight of school bags can lead to back bone problems August 03, 2015 12:50

According to a study performed by the health experts it was proved that more than 60 percent of schoolchildren with heavy back packs have been found suffering from back bone and muscle problems. "Not just…

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PooP MD app invented to detect liver disease in newborns, says study July 31, 2015 18:45

A free smartphone app called PoopMD was invented to detect early symptoms of biliary atresia (BA) which is a rare disorder that accounts for nearly half of paediatric end-stage liver disease in the US.The researchers…

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Infant’s social skills linked to learning foreign language July 29, 2015 14:47

A new study performed by the Researchers at the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) at the University of Washington have revealed that Infant’s social skills play a key role in helping them learn…

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First few weeks of birth can reveal Schizophrenia risk July 25, 2015 15:54

The study performed by the researchers from Cardiff University has revealed that the gene involved in causing schizophrenia in people in their adulthood is active as early as they are few weeks old. The gene…

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Social media linked to poor health of kids July 24, 2015 18:53

If your kid is spending more time on social media, then he or she may be at risk of developing poor mental health, high psychological distress and even suicidal thoughts. The paper appeared in the…

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Child’s obesity is linked to grandparents love July 21, 2015 14:55

Children who are brought under the presence of grandparents tend to be twice as likely to be obese than children brought up by parents, according to a study. The link between grandparents and child obesity…

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Birth order has no impact on IQ level, study finds July 20, 2015 16:00

The researchers from the University of Illinois carried out a very extensive study on children and revealed that birth order does not have an impact personality or intelligence development of people. During the study, the…

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Newborns first poop can predict future IQ score July 14, 2015 18:22

A new research done by the Case Western Reserve University has revealed that baby's first stool can predict the future cognitive status of a child. The researchers worked on the Project Newborn and noted that…

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Multiple courses of antibiotics makes babies fat July 06, 2015 19:00

Do you know that antibiotics use have significant impact on child development? It was revealed by a study performed by the researchers from NYU School of Medicine. For the study, the mice were given three…

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