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Pregnancy: Effect of Air Pollution and Psychological Distress

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Photo: Pregnant Woman [07/10/2013] Maternal psychological distress combined with exposure to air pollution during pregnancy have an adverse impact on the child's behavioural development, according to researchers at the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health at the Mailman School of Public Health. Pregnancy: Effect of Air Pollution and Psychological Distress - Read more

New Study: Fewer Unnecessary Early Deliveries

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Photo: Newborn [10/04/2013] A new study shows that multistate, hospital-based quality improvement programs can be remarkably effective at reducing early elective deliveries of babies.New Study: Fewer Unnecessary Early Deliveries - Read more

Influenza: Pandemic Vaccine No Danger to Unborn

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Photo: Pregnancy [17/01/2013] Pregnant women who were vaccinated against pandemic influenza in 2009 were not at increased risk of experiencing fetal death. However, pregnant women who contracted influenza had an increased risk of fetal death.Influenza: Pandemic Vaccine No Danger to Unborn - Read more

USA: Children’s Flu Vaccination Rates Are Low

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Photo: Vaccination [14/01/2013] This year's flu season is in full swing with 41 states now reporting widespread illness. Unfortunately, not enough children are getting the flu shot even though health officials recommend that all children 6 months and older get the vaccine.USA: Children’s Flu Vaccination Rates Are Low - Read more

Women: Early Stress Linked to Later Anxiety

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Photo: Desperate girl [13/11/2012] High levels of family stress in infancy are linked to differences in everyday brain function and anxiety in teenage girls, according to new results of a long-running population study by University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists.Women: Early Stress Linked to Later Anxiety - Read more

 
 
 
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