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NEWS ABOUT PIDD RESEARCH by ckmiletti Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 10:01pm This is what Dr. Hans Ochs is working on at Seattle Children’s Hospital. He is one of the top Dr’s who works on our behalf. Seattle Children’s researcher Dr. Ochs is looking at the connection between immune deficiencies and genes. Primary immune deficiency diseases (PIDD), an umbrella term referring to more than 130 genetic defects i ... Read on »
Monday, February 25, 2008 by: Ba... by Raw Cuisine Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 2:38pm Monday, February 25, 2008 by: Barbara L. Minton ( NaturalNews ) If you want to produce brainy children, feed them brain food. Brain development of babies and children is highly influenced by nutritional intake. Children who are fed inadequate amounts of a key nutrient will have inadequate brain growth and development resulting in lower IQ’ ... Read on »
Prevention is Key News Goal for Premature Babies by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Feb 2010 9:57pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist Having a baby prematurely is a harrowing experience for the whole family, and can often leave a baby with lifelong health struggles.  The good news is, more research has been focused on care and treatment for preemies than ever before, finding improved standards of care.  A recent ... Read on »
Prevention is Key News Goal for Premature Babies by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Feb 2010 9:57pm Having a baby prematurely is a harrowing experience for the whole family, and can often leave a baby with lifelong health struggles.  The good news is, more research has been focused on care and treatment for preemies than ever before, finding improved standards of care.  A recent report explains the new goal for upcoming research [...] Read on »
Learning difficulties risk to premature babies by GoToSee Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 13 Mar 2009 3:39pm Babies born prematurely face an increased risk of developing physical disabilities and learning difficulties later in life. Related News:Booze binging in early pregnancy risks premature... Click on the title to read the post in full Read on »
November is Premature Baby Awareness Month by Glenna M. Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:00pm   Photo from www.marchofdimes.com   Over 13 MILLION babies are born prematurely in the world every year with the highest preterm births in Africa and Asia.  600,000 of those babies are born the United States.  Rates of premature birth have risen 36% in the U.S. over the last 25 years. 28% of the 4 million neonatal deaths each year ar ... Read on »
Mozart Effect: The effect of music on premature babies by Nestor L. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 10:04pm Do you remember the Mozart Effect? In the 1990s a small yet very influential study showed that listening to classical music, and in particular Mozart, improved test performance in college students -thus Mozart must make you smarter! The public reacted and an entire industry was born. Parents rushed to the stores to purchase Mozart CDs s ... Read on »
Mother's Voice May Help Premature Babies Breathe Easier by HealthFinder Posted Fri 09 Mar 2012 12:00pm healthnewslink In small study, researchers played recordings of mom's heartbeat and voice in incubators. FR ... Read on »
FDA Drug Safety Communication: Serious health problems seen in premature babies given Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) oral solutio by FDA Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 10:11am Safety Announcement Additional Information for Patients Data Summary Safety Announcement [3-8-2011] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is notifying healthcare professionals of serious health problems that have been reported in premature babies receiving Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) ... Read on »
DHA supplements for breastfeeding mothers may help premature babies by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 11 May 2010 12:00am AAP.org - Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), an omega-3 fatty acid, is essential for the growth and development of infants’ brains. Very premature infants may be deficient in DHA because they miss out on the third trimester in utero when the omega-3 f ... Read on »