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  • Mom's drinking tied to infant deaths: study

    Mom's drinking tied to infant deaths: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - About one in six sudden infant deaths may be linked to their mothers' heavy alcohol use during or soon after pregnancy, according to a new study from Australia. Researchers found those deaths may result from babies being e
    2013-02-26 DRINKINGMOMS
  • Mom's excess pounds key in newborn weight

    Mom's excess pounds key in newborn weight
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For at least some moms-to-be, it's extra body fat -- and not blood sugar levels -- that may be key to their risk of having a big baby, a study published Tuesday suggests. Researchers found that among 472 pregnant women the
    2012-05-22 POUNDSMOMSEXCESS
  • Mom's obesity tied to child's autism, development: study

    Mom's obesity tied to child's autism, development: study
    n">Children born to obese women are more likely to be diagnosed with autism or related developmental delays than the children of slimmer mothers, according to a U.S. survey. The research, which appeared in Pediatrics, was looking for the impact on
  • Mom's obesity tied to kids' autism, development

    Mom's obesity tied to kids' autism, development
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study of mothers and children in California finds that kids born to obese women are more likely to be diagnosed with autism or related developmental delays than the children of slimmer moms. The research, which was l
  • Moms who lose a baby face higher stillbirth risk

    Moms who lose a baby face higher stillbirth risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Parents who've suffered the death of an infant may have a higher-than-normal risk of stillbirth in the next pregnancy, a new study suggests. Stillbirth refers to the death of a fetus after the 20th week of pregnancy. It's
    2011-10-21 RISKMOMS
  • Moms' diet not tied to kids' heart health: study

    Moms' diet not tied to kids' heart health: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study from West Africa suggests that supplementing pregnant women's diets with extra calories and protein doesn't protect their kids against risk factors for heart disease once they're teenagers. But researchers unco
    2011-07-04 HEARTMOMS
  • Mom's smoking ups risk of heart defects in baby

    Mom's smoking ups risk of heart defects in baby
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mothers who smoke during the first trimester of pregnancy are more likely to give birth to babies with some of the most common types of birth defects, a new study finds. Specifically, women who smoked early in pregnancy we
  • Mom's age linked to newborn's size

    Mom's age linked to newborn's size
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older women are more likely to give birth to bigger babies, while smaller newborns are more common among younger moms, Dutch researchers say. Prior studies have hinted at links between a mother's age and her baby's birthwe
  • When moms get flu shots, babies reap benefits

    When moms get flu shots, babies reap benefits
    CHICAGO Newborn babies whose mothers got a flu shot while pregnant are less likely to get the flu or to be admitted to the hospital with a respiratory illness in the first six months of life, U.S. researchers said on Monday. During most flu seasons,
    2010-10-05 FLUMOMS
  • New moms get enough sleep, just not good sleep

    New moms get enough sleep, just not good sleep
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Contrary to popular belief, new mothers may often get a decent amount of sleep in their babies' first few months -- but it's not a good-quality sleep, a new study suggests. The study, which followed a group of new moms, fo
    2010-08-30 SLEEPMOMS
  • IVF babies do fine, but their moms may be at risk

    IVF babies do fine, but their moms may be at risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Babies born by in vitro fertilization (IVF) do not face an increased risk of birth defects, nor are they at greater risk of being smaller than normal, according to a study conducted in Japan. But the researchers did find t
    2010-02-23 IVFMOMS

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    Ich habe seit mindestens 10 Jahren unter metoprollol. Ich habe heute von meinem Arzt mitgeteilt worden, anstatt unter actonel zu strat. Ich ging zu meinem neuroligist für Händezittern und Kopfschmerzen, weshalb die Medizin geändert wurde, war ich auc
  • Ice: Zeit zum Starten Sie Aufmerksamkeit

    Ice: Zeit zum Starten Sie Aufmerksamkeit
    Kyle May / flickr "Ice ist ein interessantes Thema zum Nachdenken" , schrieb Henry David Thoreau in seiner berühmten Abhandlung über das Leben und die Einsamkeit, Walden. Ich konnte nicht mehr zustimmen, vor allem, wenn es um Cocktails kommt. Ta
  • Berlin: Ein Modell für Flavorful Low-Salz, Low-Zucker Food

    Berlin: Ein Modell für Flavorful Low-Salz, Low-Zucker Food
    Samuel Fromartz Letzte Woche kündigte Wal-Mart es würde schieben Sie das Salz und Zuckergehalt der verarbeiteten Lebensmitteln zu schneiden. In der Debatte über diese Ankündigung-war es genug? -Jane Schwarz traf den richtigen Ton. Schneiden Zucker un
  • Obama backtracks on smog plan, bows to big business

    Obama backtracks on smog plan, bows to big business
    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama put a stop on Friday to new rules that would limit smog pollution, unexpectedly reversing course on a key policy measure after businesses said it would kill jobs and cost them billions of dollars. Obama said the deci
  • Trauma patients taken by chopper may fare better

    Trauma patients taken by chopper may fare better
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who suffer serious injuries may have a better chance of surviving if they're taken to a trauma center by a helicopter instead of an ambulance, suggests new research. The study's lead author said he doesn't know for
  • Warum Menschen zu Mythologien Cling über Ehe und Kupplung: Betrachten Sie diese

    Warum Menschen zu Mythologien Cling über Ehe und Kupplung: Betrachten Sie diese
    Als ich zum ersten Singles Studium begonnen, war ich von der Feindseligkeit sprachlos, die manchmal gegenüber den Menschen zum Ausdruck kommt, die gerne Single sind. In Aussortiert , widmete ich es ein Kapitel, "Sein oder nicht sein Single: Warum jem
  • Sollte Mundgesundheit nicht von Arthritis-Patienten vernachlässigt werden

    Sollte Mundgesundheit nicht von Arthritis-Patienten vernachlässigt werden
    Achten Sie auf die Mundgesundheit Mundgesundheit ist wichtig. Warum scheint die Mundgesundheit so leicht zu übersehen, obwohl? Bürsten, Zahnseide und Routine zahnärztliche Check-ups können zukünftige Zahnprobleme zu verhindern. Es scheint nur vernünf
  • Trileptal: Epilepsie Drug zeigt einige Versprechen in Bipolar Disorder

    Trileptal: Epilepsie Drug zeigt einige Versprechen in Bipolar Disorder
    Trileptal (generischer Name: Oxcarbazepin) ist ein Antikonvulsiva Medikamente zur Behandlung von Epilepsie, aber Trileptal auch off-label verschrieben bipolare Störung zu behandeln. Trileptal hält US Food and Drug Administration die Zulassung fokalen
  • Meine Tochter 17 leidet Rückenschmerzen und Bein, Schmerzen in der Hüfte für 4 Jahre?

    gesehen studierte eine Menge Fach aber kein Glück, vor kurzem Lendenwirbel specialist- das MRI-Ergebnis und alles toll aussehen, aber sie hält immer noch Schmerzen, Hüft- und Beinschmerzen zurück; fühle mich so hilflos. jeder irgendwelche Hinweise bi
  • Vermont steps closer to passing GMO food-labeling law

    Vermont steps closer to passing GMO food-labeling law
    n">The Vermont Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that would make it the first U.S. state to enact mandatory labeling of foods made with genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. Unlike bills passed last year in Maine and Connecticut, which require