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Working to reduce brain injury in newborns
Research-clinicians at Children's National Health System led the first study to identify a promising treatment to reduce or prevent brain injury in newborns who have suffered hypoxia-ischemia, a serious complication in which restricted blood flow deprives the brain of oxygen.
Newborns' hospital care quality may be tied to race
The quality of care provided to critically ill newborns is linked with multiple factors, including — in some hospitals — the infants’ race, according to a study from California.
Number of newborns estimated at 360,000 for 2017
The number of newborn babies in South Korea is expected to be around 360,000 for all of 2017, data showed, marking the first time for the figure to fall below 400,000.
New sepsis risk model reduces antibiotic use in newborns
Researchers at Kaiser Permanente have reduced the use of antibiotics in newborns by nearly 50 percent with the development of neonatal sepsis risk calculator.
Co-sleeping with newborns still debatable
Should you co-sleep with your baby? It’s one of the great parenting debates.
High-risk newborns susceptible to disability
Babies born with low birth weight and other complications at birth, termed as high-risk newborns are more prone to developmental delays and other disabilities than healthy newborns, say Indian researchers.
Baby formula poses higher arsenic risk to newborns
In the first US study of urinary arsenic in babies, Dartmouth College researchers found that formula-fed infants had higher arsenic levels than breast-fed infants, and that breast milk itself contained very low arsenic concentrations.
Unlocking kidney riddle in newborns
Researchers are closer to understanding why babies born with smaller kidneys have a high risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Poor sanitation blamed for death of  mothers, newborns
Lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene in birth settings kills mothers and newborns in the developing world, a new study showed.

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