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Babies sleep less in parents' room
Sharing a bedroom with a baby is a guarantee that the parents will lose sleep. Now a study has shown the child can miss out too.
Spoon-fed babies more likely to end up overweight
Spoon-fed babies are more likely to end up overweight or obese than babies who are allowed to feed themselves, according to a study.
Babies benefit mentally from dad's involvement early on
Fathers can have a significant impact on their babies cognitive development by engaging with them in the early months of life.
UW Autism Center opens clinic for babies
The University of Washington (UW) Autism Center has established an infant clinic to evaluate infants and toddlers up to 24 months of age, so as to make early intervention possible.
US black babies still more likely to die than white ones
Even as infant mortality rates are declining in the US, there are some states where black babies are much more likely to die than white infants, a recent study suggested.
New research: Babies should be picked up every time they cry
Anyone have an annoying mother-in-law/husband who berates them for ‘spoiling’ their baby by picking them up every time they cry?
Breastfed babies still need extra vitamin D
Many breastfed infants may not get enough vitamin D, because their mothers prefer not to give babies supplement drops, a study suggested.
Give peanut to babies early
Babies should be given peanut early — some at four months old — in order to reduce the risk of allergy, according to new US guidance.
Giving babies eggs early cuts risk of allergy
Having kids eat eggs and peanuts early in life may reduce their risk of developing allergies to these foods later, a new analysis suggests.
Scientists: Making babies without eggs may be possible
Scientists say early experiments suggest it may one day be possible to make babies without using eggs.
Babies lacking vitamin D more likely to have learning difficulties
Children conceived during the darker winter months in the UK are more likely to have learning difficulties because their mothers did not get enough sunshine, according to new research.
Summer babies more likely to be gluten intolerant
While it is very nice celebrating a birthday in the Sun, experts have revealed babies born during spring and summer months are at greater risk of becoming gluten intolerant.
Babies often put to sleep in unsafe positions
Despite decades of warnings from the ‘Back to Sleep’ campaign, many parents are still putting their babies to sleep in ways that raise the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a new study found.
Study: Avocados can be best first foods for babies
Feeding babies avocados, which has a neutral flavor, soft consistency and nutrient density, can help in boosting their growth and development, said a study, suggesting that the fruit can be used as a first food for infants.
Swaddling babies, heightened SIDS risk interlinked
Swaddling a baby — the age-old technique of snugly wrapping an infant in a cloth or light blanket, with only the head exposed — is believed to create a calmer child who cries less and sleeps better.

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