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Unique composition of breastmilk may help reduce food sensitization in infants
The unique composition of a mother's breastmilk may help to reduce food sensitization in her infant, reported researchers at the University Of California San Diego School Of Medicine with colleagues in Canada.
Researchers change clinical practice for infants with diabetes
Infants with diabetes can drop insulin syringes. This will be new clinical practice after a recent study, now published in Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology. Researchers from Bergen and Exeter have been leading the work, which causes children worldwide to replace insulin syringes with tablets.
Infants recognize links between vocal, facial cues
In the first six months of life, babies can draw correlations between visual and vocal cues.
Gene linked to brain damage in premature infants
A new study at King's College London identified a gene believed to be related to brain damage in premature infants.
Mums, take note! Here’s why baby talk is good for your child
New research shows how infant-directed speech or baby talk helps in child development.
What is botulism and how does it kill?
Two separate outbreaks this month of the rare but deadly toxin botulism have focused attention on this potentially fatal illness, which usually strikes about 150 people a year, mostly infants.
Infants show racial bias toward members of own race
Two studies by researchers at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto and their collaborators from the US, the UK, France and China, show that six- to nine-month-old infants demonstrate racial bias in favor of members of their own race and racial bias against those of other races.
Expert didn't feed rice to his infants due to arsenic risk
A leading expert on the risks of arsenic in food has said his two children were not given any rice to eat when they were babies because of the potential health effects.
Parents 'may be overfeeding infants'
Parents may be feeding their babies and toddlers larger portions than they need, experts have warned.
Breast-fed infants have higher IQ
By Sadeq Dehqan & Atefeh Rezvan-Nia
Infants’ hearing range 2.5 times greater
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Ear infections often missed in infants
Although most babies will have at least one ear infection before they reach the age of one, the infections can be hard for parents to recognize.
Study links antibiotics to digestive complication in infants
Using certain antibiotics early in infancy may raise the risk of a serious gastrointestinal condition called pyloric stenosis, a new study indicated.
Napping helps infants memory development
Napping helps infants to develop their memory and retain new behaviors they have learnt, a new study from the University of Sheffield revealed.
Premature infants benefit  from early sodium supplementation
Early sodium supplementation for very premature infants can enhance weight gain according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

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