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Surprisingly, the team also found that the neurons that produce serotonin were 30 percent to 50 percent more abundant in the babies that died of SIDS than in the other infants.
To outsmart this killer, McEntire advises parents to purchase firm crib mattresses, strip the bed of blankets, pillows and stuffed animals, and dress babies in just enough clothing for comfort.
Babies love to listen to stories and share a book with you
7 percent of drug-exposed babies tested positive for cocaine.
Physicians hired them both to suckle babies living without their mothers in foundling homes and to supply human milk to sick babies in hospitals.
Babies born to women with lupus have no greater chance of birth defects or mental retardation than do babies born to women without lupus.
Babies who have colic may stop crying in response to a number of different things you do.
In 1980, spurred by the chloride disaster, Congress passed the Infant Formula Act, which mandates the Food and Drug Administration to see that formula contains all the nutrients that babies need.
There is no known baby born at less than 23 weeks that has survived, according to the national registry for the world's tiniest babies maintained by the University of Iowa Health Care's Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology (www.
That's what Kathy Silverton did eight years ago, when her daughter, Shane, showed her a newspaper story about premature babies finally getting to go home from the hospital, but not having anything to wear because they're still too tiny for regular baby clothes.
In recent years, doctors have started giving Hurler's babies infusions of donated umbilical cord blood as a way to provide enzyme-making cells.
Kennell: Some of the early pediatricians did studies on babies that had died, on how much fluid the stomach could hold.
However, what's good for adults isn't always good for babies.
The most powerful soothers are the ones that mimic what babies knew inside the womb.
Babies who tolerate a salty flavor have higher blood pressure on average than their less tolerant counterparts do, a new study shows.