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Progress towards eliminating child deaths could be reversed by COVID-19

Progress towards eliminating child deaths could be reversed by COVID-19

According to the World Health Organization, COVID-19 could reverse the major progress that has been made toward eliminating preventable child deaths. The number of deaths...
Can we change attitudes to reduce health marginalisation for a polyamorous family?

Can we change attitudes to reduce health marginalisation for a polyamorous family?

New research published in CMAJ sheds a light on how a polyamorous family experiences marginalisation during pregnancy and birth. An estimated one in five single...

High lead levels during pregnancy linked to child obesity

Children born to women who have high blood levels of lead are more likely be overweight or obese. This is compared to those whose mothers...

Domestic violence reduces breastfeeding in developing countries

Mothers in low to middle-income countries are 13% less likely to breastfeed their infants exclusively in the first six months if they experience domestic...
Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs increase language impairment in their children

Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs increase language impairment in their children

Today at the 5th European Academy of Neurology Congress, researchers present how epilepsy drugs taken by pregnant women is associated with higher risk of...
Parent and child exercise: the importance of exercising as a new parent

Parent and child exercise: the importance of exercising as a new parent

The pressure of becoming a parent can be quite daunting and having a brand-new little bundle of joy can take a toll on physical...
Maternal mental illness: one in four UK children have a mother with mental illness

Maternal mental illness: one in four UK children have a mother with mental illness

According to University of Manchester, one in four UK children between the ages of 0 and 16 have a mother with a mental illness...
Did you know long-term depression risk for mothers is linked to past eating disorders?

Did you know long-term depression risk for mothers is linked to past eating disorders?

According to a UCL-led study, a history of eating disorders and body image concerns before or during pregnancy are associated with long-term depression symptoms...
Surgical abortion and the link to physician procedures

Surgical abortion and the link to physician procedures

According to new research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, physician procedure volume is linked to outcomes after surgical abortion. Although surgically induced abortion...
Did you know that maternal gestational diabetes is linked to diabetes in children?

Did you know that maternal gestational diabetes is linked to diabetes in children?

According to research published in CMAJ, diabetes in children is more likely to occur if the mother of the child experienced maternal gestational diabetes. Early...
Sexually transmitted infections: WHO release new estimates on congenital syphilis

Sexually transmitted infections: WHO release new estimates on congenital syphilis

According to WHO, due to sexually transmitted infections, there was approximately 661,000 total cases of congenital syphilis in 2016 resulting in over 200,000 stillbirths...
Do you know the correlation between breast feeding and eczema?

Do you know the correlation between breast feeding and eczema?

According to new research, breast feeding children exclusively for the first three months of life had significantly lower odds of them experiencing eczema. Presented during...

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