Mothers Prenatal Baby Fruit intake to Promote Cognitive Development

28 May
Prenatal fruit consumption linked to improved cognitive development in infants

Most people have heard the old adage, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” This is an old truth, not just Apple, it is known, in general, eating fruit can reduce various diseases such as heart disease and stroke … Read More »

Studies Have Shown that Anti-nausea Drugs do not Increase the Risk of Birth Defects

12 May
Studies have shown that anti-nausea drugs do not increase the risk of birth defects

Women suffering from extreme morning sickness often take Zofran (ondansetron) to combat their debilitating nausea and vomiting. However, two studies have found that the drug may increase risk of heart defects and cleft palate in children exposed in utero. A … Read More »

Use Cosmetic during Pregnancy can Adversely Affect the Health of the Newborn

11 May
Cosmetic use during pregnancy can adversely affect the health of the newborn

A study of public health at New York State University Medical Center, school leaders presented evidence of pregnancy women to personal care products, adverse reproductive effects in neonates during use. “This study found that people with higher levels of butylparaben … Read More »

Nature Journal child: Study Found that New Blood Biomarker of Autism

8 May
Nature Journal child: study found that new blood biomarker of autism

Recently, researchers Southwestern Medical Center have discovered a blood biomarkers, which help in the early diagnosis of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Early intervention is the best treatment of ASD, which affect about one seventieth of children. Unfortunately, most … Read More »

Do Not Let Antibiotic Wreck Your Baby’s Immune System

20 Apr
Do Not Let Antibiotic Wreck Your Baby's Immune System

We innately have a perfect defense system that immunity, it is always at the perfect “offensive and defensive” state, to help fight foreign invaders. There are more than 80% of the body’s immune function in the construction of the gut … Read More »