Month: October 2022

If you’re about to give up breastfeeding because of low milk supply, but wish you didn’t have to, read on. If you’re thinking about quitting breastfeeding/chestfeeding because you aren’t making enough milk for your baby, you aren’t alone. Low milk supply is one of the most common reasons new parents stop nursing and transition to
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A new analysis of U.S.-based pediatrics research published over the last decade found that just 9% of studies included non-English-speaking children or families, highlighting a lack of representation that could have serious implications for health equity. The findings are published today in a JAMA Pediatrics analysis led by University of Pittsburgh researchers. It is frankly
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The malignant brain tumor type medulloblastoma can become resistant to therapy which can cause relapse. Researchers at Uppsala University have discovered a certain protein that makes tumor cells resting and insensitive to radiation treatment. The research group hopes that the results could eventually lead to better treatments for children that have the highest risk to
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In a recent Pediatrics journal study, researchers assessed the outcomes of children born to mothers infected during pregnancy with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). In utero, mother-to-child SARS-CoV-2 transmission is possible; however, the mechanisms remain unknown. Previous studies have reported the transplacental passage of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, thereby providing some passive protection to newborns.
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In a recent study posted to the medRxiv* server, researchers assessed the well-being of all workers involved in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) testing between April and June 2022, i.e., during the Omicron wave lockdown in Shanghai, China. Study: On the frontlines in Shanghai: Stress, burnout and perceived benefit among COVID-19 testers and other personnel during
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This beautiful diaper cake is SO easy to make and a must have for every baby shower!! Don’t forget to check out the other collaborators videos and subscribe to their channels! Congrats Joy!! Subscribe for videos M-W-F: http://bit.ly/sub2moms EntertainingWithBeth – Fancy Party Punch – http://bit.ly/BethsEntertaining Whats Up Moms – Diaper Cake – http://bit.ly/SubWUMoms MissKris –
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Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2021 Tri My Best Adaptive Triathlon! Held virtually again this year, these incredible athletes ran, swam and biked their way to the finish line. Check out their video below and remember to keep staying active year-round! We look forward to our 2022 event!
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It’s easy to make and much creamier than the store bought variety! Subscribe for new vids M-W-F! http://bit.ly/sub2moms INGREDIENTS • 1 cup whole raw almonds • 3 ½ cups filtered water (plus more water for soaking) • ¼ tsp cinnamon (optional) • ½ tsp vanilla (optional) DIRECTIONS 1. Cover almonds in water and soak at
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Portuguese researchers have proven that hearing assessment in early-age infants can help predict milestones and early detection of neurodevelopmental disorder markers. Several studies suggest that the brain’s response to different auditory stimulus intensities in newborn babies can provide important information about basic auditory sensory processing skills, with cascading effects on aspects such as behavioral organization,
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Here’s a new crop of great baby, kid, and family products that have been popping up in our inboxes. Many of these items are part of an important trend—products that are good for you and for the planet. Some are made of organic cotton, others are recyclable, or part of the proceeds benefit local community organizations.
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Children aged 8 years or younger should be considered a group at high risk for more severe monkeypox disease, reports The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, the official journal of The European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases. The journal is published in the Lippincott portfolio by Wolters Kluwer. Young children would be a key target group
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If your child appeared to have a seizure, it would be quite terrifying. But what appears to be a seizure but isn’t is a phenomenon called breath-holding spells. Dr. Jamie Kondis, Pediatrician at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, discusses everything breath-holding spells. From what it looks like to how to manage them, Dr. Kondis is here
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