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  1. Allergy Risk Tied to Early Solid Foods

    July 28, 2006 -- New moms should breastfeed exclusively for six months to help protect their babies against developing food allergies later on, one of the nation's leading allergy and asthma groups says. Solid foods of all types should be avoided for the first six months, and certain items -- like c

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  2. Nitric Oxide Helps Some Tiny Preemies

    July 26, 2006 -- Costly nitric oxide gas cuts the risk of lung and brain damage in some very low-weight premature babies, two U.S.-funded studies show. Babies born very prematurely and weighing less than 3 pounds tend to have trouble breathing. That is because their lungs are not yet fully developed

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  3. Mom's Milk May Cut Baby Skin Allergies

    July 26, 2006 -- Chalk up another potential benefit for breastfeeding . Natural chemicals, called prebiotics, found in human breast milk may cut babies' chances of developing skin allergies . Guido Moro, MD, and colleagues report this news in the "online first" edition of the Archives of Disease in

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  4. Doctors Now Ease Pain of Circumcision

    July 20, 2006 -- More than nine in 10 doctors who are taught circumcision circumcision techniques are also now taught to take pain into consideration before circumcising a baby boy; that's compared with only seven in 10 a decade ago. A new survey shows that 97% of these doctors now learn effective p

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  5. New Diarrheal Disease in Infants

    July 19, 2006 -- UCLA researchers have discovered a new kind of diarrheal disease in infants. A rare defect in the NEUROG3 gene causes the disease, report Jiafang Wang, Martín G. Martín, MD, and colleagues. They call the disease enteric anendocrinosis, and describe the symptoms in three children bor

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  6. Reading to Babies Ups Language Skills

    July 13, 2006 -- No matter what language you speak or how much money you make, it's never too early to start reading to your children, according to a new study. Researchers found that children from both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking, low-income families, had better language comprehension and

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  7. Nation Ignores Preterm Birth Risks

    July 13, 2006 -- The U.S. has largely ignored the consequences of a rapidly rising rate of preterm births, causing health risks and costing the nation billions of dollars, an Institute of Medicine (IOM) report concluded Thursday. Premature births are up 30% in the last 25 years, though the reasons w

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  8. Newborn Screening Up Since 2005

    July 11, 2006 -- It's becoming more common for U.S. babies to be offered most recommended newborn screening tests, but there's still room for improvement, says the March of Dimes. The March of Dimes is a nonprofit organization that focuses on improving babies' health by preventing birth defects, pre

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  9. Kids at Day Care: Mom Still No. 1

    May 17, 2006 -- Moms with small children in day care may worry that their kids will develop stronger attachments to paid caregivers than to them, but their fears are unfounded, new research finds. The analysis of 40 studies involving nearly 3,000 toddlers showed that while the young children perceiv

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  10. Language Perk from Baby Hearing Test

    May 17, 2006 -- Testing the hearing of all babies may ultimately boost the language skills of hearing-impaired kids. Researchers from the U.K. report that news in The New England Journal of Medicine. The University of Southampton's Colin Kennedy, MD, MB, BS, and colleagues studied 120 children with

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