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Babies Learn Music While Sleeping

... Brussels, Belgium (PRWEB) February 23, 2009 -- babies learn music while sleeping. Early screening ... how, or even if, the brains of newborn babies perceive patterns in the world remained a ... music to newborn babies. Scanning sleeping babies In the experiments, ...

New Multi-Center Study Finds Masimo SET Pulse Oximetry Screening Significantly Improves Detection of Congenital Heart Disease in Newborns

... circulation" in the Masimo SET group, while five babies from the cohort group died during the same ... in Goteborg, Sweden, and colleagues screened babies born between 2004 and 2007 at five well baby ... and mortality risks, with 10-30 percent of the babies who die from CHD remaining undiagnosed until ...

Pioneering IVF Technique Produces Region's First Pregnancy

... it is estimated that over 1,000 healthy babies have been born following the use of frozen eggs. ... birth defects and genetic abnormalities in those babies is no greater than that seen in babies born within the general population. For more ...

Cutting the cord to determine babies' health risk from toxic exposure

... of investigation. "Unfortunately, maternal cigarette smoking puts babies at risk of adverse birth outcomes and increases susceptibility to other ... that were significantly up- or down-regulated in the cord blood of babies born to smoking mothers, 14 have previously been described to be related ...

EMD Serono Launches Landmark Patient Registry for Egg Freezing

... procedures by systematically capturing information to determine if the babies born from different egg freezing techniques are healthy. The data ... egg freezing techniques, as well as the postnatal outcomes of the babies born from embryos generated from frozen/thawed oocytes. Cancer patients ...

FDA Approves Additional Indication for Norditropin(R) for Small for Gestational Age (SGA) in Children

... children in the U.S. are born annually with this condition. At birth, babies diagnosed SGA weigh less than approximately 97 percent of all other babies of the same gestational age. Some of these children will not catch up with ...

Data show a decline in cystic fibrosis since introduction of prenatal carrier screening

... conditions), a public health service geared toward improving the lives of babies born with treatable conditions, identifies infants across the state who ... 50 percent from one four-year period to the next. Moreover, among the babies who were born with CF, markedly fewer had two copies of the delta F508 ...

Next Safety Releases Advanced Respirator for Infectious Diseases

... company's engineers and managers have made more than 40 million electrical devices a month for years. These are products that are designed to protect babies and children. Next Safety has invested in significant capacity for pandemic stockpiling. The company expects to build approximately 5 million ...

New England Journal of Medicine Study Highlights Need for Rapid, PCR-based Group B Streptococcus (GBS) Testing at Time of Admission for Labor and Delivery

... infant mortality and serious neonatal infections such as sepsis, pneumonia and meningitis. Transmission of GBS occurs from colonized women to their babies during childbirth. The new article points out that current U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for preventing neonatal GBS ...

Gender-Selection Technique Embraced for Hopeful Parents

... the developer, this technique offers approximately a 70-percent chance of success of obtaining the desired gender at conception. Thousands of healthy babies have been born using this method, according to Ericsson's studies. This method was also selected because of its appeal to many families and ...

Russia Chooses Inactivated Polio Vaccine from Sanofi Pasteur for Primary Immunization of all Infants

... Health." Four-million doses of IPV IMOVAX PolioTM have been delivered to date, ensuring that a complete birth cohort (approximately 1.3 million babies are born every year in Russia) can receive the recommended three doses of IPV vaccine. "The Chumakov Institute was the first to produce oral polio ...

LF Elimination Program Treats Over Half Billion People and Protects Millions More From Debilitating Disease

... 48 of the 83 LF-endemic countries and a number of other countries are in the process of organizing such programs. Since the program began, 66 million babies have been born into risk free areas, a number that is expected to increase sharply as even more countries begin LF elimination programs. The drugs ...

Insmed and Premacure Cite Study Results Demonstrating Potential Effectiveness of IPLEX(TM) in Preventing Blindness in Premature Infants

... cases. It is one of the most common causes of visual loss in childhood and can lead to lifelong vision impairment and blindness. As such, all preterm babies are at risk for ROP, and very low birth weight is an additional risk factor. About Premacure AB Premacure AB, based in Uppsala, Sweden is a ...

Ferring Research Infertility and Gynaecology GrAnt (FRIGGA) 2008 Winners Announced

... urology, gastroenterology and endocrinology. Ferring's fertility portfolio of treatments gives infertile couples the chance to have babies and includes its flagship brand MENOPUR(R), a recognised high quality treatment for infertility. Ferring has operating subsidiaries in over 50 ...

Results of Study in Pre-School Children Published in Clinical Pediatrics Adds to Support for Importance of Dietary DHA Intake

... when the brain, eyes and nervous system are growing and developing at a rate unlike any other time in the human lifecycle. Studies have shown that babies who receive DHA supplementation exhibit a range of advantages over those who did not receive DHA supplementation, including cognitive and ...

The NCIIA Recognizes Collegiate Biomedical Engineering Innovations

... and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) presents BMEidea Awards to three student teams with breakthrough discoveries for nerve injuries, premature babies and the delivery of local anesthetic HADLEY, Mass., June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the NCIIA presented awards to three collegiate biomedical ...

Hepatitis B Foundation and AAPCHO Sponsor Congressional Briefing on 'Zero Tolerance for Hepatitis B'

... the health of Americans. Hepatitis B is the deadliest disease that can be prevented through infant vaccination. In the U.S., approximately 20,000 babies are born yearly to women with hepatitis B. Despite a national requirement that all newborns be vaccinated at birth against the hepatitis B virus ...

University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, USA and Cardialysis BV, Rotterdam, the Netherlands Enter Strategic Alliance to Found Cardialysis Cleveland

... cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, organ transplantation and human genetics. Its main campus includes the internationally celebrated Rainbow babies & Children's Hospital, ranked best in the Midwest and first in the nation for the care of critically ill newborns; MacDonald Women's Hospital, Ohio's ...

Applied Isotope Technologies will Exclusively Supply Biochemimarker(TM) Discovery Products for a Unique Pilot Study on Autism

... to better health risk assessment and early intervention choices for ASD similar to the currently mandated PKU tests that are done for all newborn babies in the US." PKU, or phenylketonuria, is an inborn error of metabolism that affects 1 in 10,000 babies. Identification of PKU in children at birth ...

March of Dimes Awards $250,000 Prize to Leaders in Understanding Embryonic Development

... pregnancy and baby health. With chapters nationwide and its premier event, March for Babies(SM), the March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. For the latest resources and information, visit marchofdimes.com or ...

Kaiser Permanente Study Finds Diabetes Doubling Before Motherhood

... and increased maternal risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Women with pre-existing diabetes are more likely to have miscarriages, stillbirths, and babies with birth defects because they may have elevated blood sugar during the critical first trimester of pregnancy when the infants' organs are ...

Launch of New, Prestigious Infertility and Gynaecology Research GrAnt (FRIGGA)

... urology, gastroenterology and endocrinology. Ferring's fertility portfolio of treatments gives infertile couples the chance to have babies and includes its flagship brand MENOPUR(R), a recognised high quality treatment for infertility. Ferring has operating subsidiaries in over 40 ...

AGA Medical Corporation Receives European CE Mark Approval for the AMPLATZER(R) Duct Occluder II

... grow normally, or chronic respiratory infections such as colds and pneumonia, or endocarditis. "The ADO II greatly improves treatment options for babies and young children because it can be used with very small diameter catheters," said Mr. Gougeon. The original Amplatzer Duct Occluder received the ...

Genzyme Study of Myozyme(R) for Late-Onset Pompe Patients Meets Co-Primary Efficacy Endpoints

... progression can vary widely depending on the age of onset and the extent of organ involvement. When symptoms appear within a few months of birth, babies frequently display a markedly enlarged heart and die within the first year of life. When symptoms appear during childhood, adolescence or adulthood, ...

Synchrotron radiation illuminates how babies' protective bubble bursts

... early rupture of the amniotic membranes occurs in up to 20% of all pregnancies worldwide, and is the most common cause of preterm birth, leading to babies dying or having major problems such as cerebral palsy. The paper describes a new breakthrough in understanding the structure of amniotic membranes ...

Storytelling makes a comeback in an unlikely place

... organization. In it, a village bands together to recover a series of babies drowning in a lake, but cannot keep up with the pace. A little girl becomes curious as to where the babies come from, and finds a giant ogre throwing them in out of the villagers ...

The Year Ahead in IT

... These won't be particularly big deals, but it will be interesting to speculate on what will happen to the absorbed technologies. Oh, and those Boom babies that have managed to survive this long on a reasonable product offering, faithful customers, and pure gumption? They, for the most part, are too ...

Life Science: From the arts to the outdoors: Living and Playing in Wisconsin

... rather than reacting when its too late. Most leading indicators of social strain are well below the U.S. average. The percentage of low-birth weight babies (6.6 percent versus 7.8 percent), the poverty rate (8.2 percent versus 11.9 percent), the health uninsured rate (9.8 percent versus 15.2 percent) and ...

The black hole of corporate branding

... something with a logo, color and stripes, wear anything as long as its identifiable, get tattooed with names or razor lines on skinned heads or name babies after brand names. Hey Rolex, come to mama and play with Infinity. The hungry souls want something, just about anything, as long as it is a name, ...

Keep your tech employees happy

... but it makes all the difference in signaling we are smart enough to manage you to technology people. Buffer them. Technology people are not babies or rare flowers needing to be kept away from sunlight. Still, dont create an environment where a period of intense (and profitable) concentration is ...

Separating science fiction from reality in the human cloning debate

... anyone who likes the idea of implanting a cloned embryo into a womans womb, risking not only the health of the mother but almost certainly producing babies with birth defects. Those were side effects during the process that led to the cloning of Dolly the sheep. But cloning for therapeutic reasons ...

Milwaukee's software mecca

... the company put bar codes on parts of an airplane as they roll off the assembly line. Labor-and-delivery rooms at hospitals require mothers and babies to wear I.D. bracelets, and the company provides hospitals with the technology they need to make these bracelets. The huge boom in RFID use at the ...

Fact and friction: Putting election-year stem cell claims under the microscope

... being. Others say an embryo cannot become a human being until it's implanted in a woman's womb. Thankfully, science has yet to figure out how to make babies outside the womb. Green is correct, however, that the starting points for therapeutic cloning and human cloning (if such a despicable act were ...

Midwest shines among best hospitals in U.S.

... Ophthalmology* #6 - University of Iowa Hosp. #11 - Barnes-Jewish Hosp. #13 - Mayo Clinic #14 - Cleveland Clinic Pediatrics* #4 - Rainbow babies and Children's Hospital ((Cleveland) #8 - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center #10 - Children's Memorial Hospital (Chicago) #14 - St. ...

There's a new dynamic in the stem cell debate

... If no defects are found, the remainder of the embryo is implanted in the woman and is capable of producing a healthy baby. Roughly 1,000 such babies have been born without any noticeable harm. The cell that is removed from the embryo also can be used to derive stem cells, but more testing is ...
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