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'Child Health' - 15 New Result(s)
  • Magical Powers of a Hug: It Can Lead to Your Baby's Good Health
    Magical Powers of a Hug: It Can Lead to Your Baby's Good Health

    Several research studies suggest that a mother's hug is important for the good health of the baby - from reducing stress to boosting immunity.

  • What's Your Child's IQ? Higher the Score, Longer May Be Their Life
    What's Your Child's IQ? Higher the Score, Longer May Be Their Life

    If your child is smart and has a higher intelligence quotient (IQ), he or she can look forward to a longer life than children with lower IQs, researhcers say.

  • Actively Involved Fathers in Parenting Can Help Boost Baby's Mental Skills
    Actively Involved Fathers in Parenting Can Help Boost Baby's Mental Skills

    New fathers please take note, the more time you spend playing or reading books with your baby at the age of three months, the more developed will be his or her cognitive skills.

  • A Father's Diet Can Determine a Child's Health
    A Father's Diet Can Determine a Child's Health

    We all know how crucial a pregnant woman's nutrition is for a healthy new born. Now, consider father's diet and weight equally important. According to a new research, obese fathers cause altered gene expression in ...

  • Don't Blame Obesity for Falling Fitness Level in Kids: Study
    Don't Blame Obesity for Falling Fitness Level in Kids: Study

    This time around there is an evidence that the fall in the child fitness levels has nothing to do with obesity.

  • Maternal Folate Level May Decrease Child Obesity Risk
    Maternal Folate Level May Decrease Child Obesity Risk

    Adequate intake of folic acid during pregnancy is likely to protect children from a future risk of obesity.

  • Maternal B12 Deficiency May up Diabetes Risk in Babies
    Maternal B12 Deficiency May up Diabetes Risk in Babies

    Women with vitamin B12 deficiency during pregnancy may predispose their children to metabolic diseases such as Type-2 diabetes, a team of researchers led by one of Indian origin has warned.

  • A Kids' Virus You Should Know About
    A Kids' Virus You Should Know About

    Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, is very common, with infections occurring in 90 percent of children before their second birthday.

  • Beware! Long-Term Breastfeeding May Lead to Cavities in Children
    Beware! Long-Term Breastfeeding May Lead to Cavities in Children

    Children who are breastfed for two years or longer are more likely to have dental cavities, says study.

  • Can Stunting be Reversed? Yes, and Peru is Showing Us How
    Can Stunting be Reversed? Yes, and Peru is Showing Us How

    Children affected by the 2008 food crisis in Peru show stunting can be reversed. Is it time to focus beyond the first 1,000 days?In 2008 there was a terrible food crisis in Peru. The price ...

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