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Indian Witnessed Record Number Child Deaths in 2015: Study May 16, 2019 05:51

Despite the progress India has made in cutting down child mortality rate, the country has topped the list with 47.8 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2015, new research has found. During 2000-2015, the annual…

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Measles Back in the United States as Children Omit Vaccination Doses April 25, 2019 05:29

Years after the United States government officially declared the eradication of the measles from the nation, the spread of the highly contagious infectious disease has reappeared and touched a new record in the U.S. In…

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Kolkata’s 5-Month-Old Toddler Becomes the Youngest Indian to Get Liver Transplant in 10-Hour-Long Surgery April 10, 2019 06:38

A five-month-old baby girl from Kolkata has become India's youngest liver transplant patient, doctors at the Max Super Speciality Hospital said on Tuesday. Ariana Dey, now six-months-old, was born healthy but at five months of…

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PUBG, Fortnite, Pokemon Are Harmful, Warns Delhi Child Rights Panel February 05, 2019 12:04

Since the addiction to online games are is rising day-by-day among kids and youngsters, the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) on Monday termed a number of games ‘harmful’ for kids. The list…

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Parent's Work Life Affects Child's Health: Study January 07, 2019 12:09

Contrary to the belief that sick children can affect working parent's life, leaving them disturbed and bothersome, there is an impact on children's health due to a parent's work life, too. The work experiences of…

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Caffeine Therapy Can Boost Brain Development in Preemies: Study December 13, 2018 11:43

A daily dose of caffeine therapy could help in boosting the development of brains of premature babies as well as lung functions and can be absolutely safe, according to researchers including one of Indian-origin. According…

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Learning Outside Classroom May Boost Your Child's Knowledge December 06, 2018 10:43

Learning outside the classroom is in all respects sterling for children, however, quite a lot parents are under the impression that solely classroom learning can make their wards ingenious. To demonstrate this, a new study…

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One more mother milk bank in Jaipur April 18, 2016 10:57

A mother's milk bank is opened at a multi-specialty private hospital in Jaipur in association with a voluntary organization. The milk bank was launched by Mahatma Gandhi Hospital in association with Inaya Foundation. Speaking at…

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Smallest baby birth weight of 650 gm holds record! January 11, 2016 07:12

A premature baby was born at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Adilabad, on 9 September 2015, through a caesarean section to Debbadiwar Vijayalakshmi and Rakesh of Adilabad town, Telangana. The baby girl…

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Poverty and ignorance make mother throw infant baby in well August 24, 2015 06:27

A 22-year-old woman has thrown her infant girl in a well in Mansarovar locality outskirts allegedly due to ignorance about medical facilities and poverty. The police arrested women as the infant died because of the…

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Infants use expectations to shape brains, study reveals July 22, 2015 13:59

Recent studies showed that infants can use their expectations about world to swiftly shape their developing brains. Besides responding to the presence of visual stimuli, parts of brains responsible for visual processing also respond to…

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Good sleep helps better knowledge in all January 10, 2015 12:45

Researchers studied the 75 healthy children aged between 7 to 11 years. In the study they found that good night’s sleep is linked to better performance in math and languages – subjects that are powerful…

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