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Role of zinc in development

...including cell growth and brain development in the unborn baby. It comes from a variety of foods but is most easily absorbed from foods of animal origin such as meat, seafood and poultry. Since iron can interfere with zinc absorption, it would make sense in communities where zinc intakes are likely to be ...

Diabetics and their babies

...g.// ,br> "While women with diabetes and their unborn children are at a greater risk of developing complications during pregnancy compared to women who do not have diabetes, studies have proven that these risks can be reduced by keeping blood glucose levels in good control. "With adequate medical suppor...

Vitamins reduce pre-eclampsia

...ressure, and can interfere with the feeding of the unborn child through the placenta. Between five and ten per cent of women develop pre-eclampsia. The risk is higher if the condition runs in the family, it is the first pregnancy, and if the mother is over 40 years old or has diabetes or existing high bloo...

Antenatal kerosene exposure endangers child's sight

... safe for an adult woman might not be safe for her unborn child....

Pregnant women more prone to depression

...was 32 weeks// into pregnancy, close to birth. The unborn child may also be affected, as for example, a rise in stress hormones could lead to low birth weight. The study looked at over 9,000 women in the Avon area, whose babies were due between April 1 1991 and December 31 1999. Clinically approved scales ...

Unborn babies respond to light

... in the womb. There have always been theories that unborn babies will respond to regimens such as 'hothousin... the past because there has been little proof that unborn children can respond to things outside the womb. Now, researchers from Bethesda, Maryland, have show...

Safety of soy under suspicion

...led for urgent research into the impact of soya on unborn children following tests on rats which suggest a chemical in soya can damage the male reproductive organs. Though there is no evidence to suggest it has a similar effect on humans, its effects on rats were so severe that// researchers believe that fu...

Mother’s Diet Could Prevent Cancer In Their Unborn Children

...sh beans and nuts, may protect the health of their unborn children....

Pollution can cause damage to fetus in womb

...e study raises concern over the fact that even our unborn children are no longer protected from the environmental pollutions, and it is time that we do take immediate step to reduce pollution in the cities. http://www.newsbug.net/news/2005-02-16/i.phphttp://www.cehn.org/cehn/cccehpressrelease.html...

Risk of preeclampsia in pregnant mothers may be inherited

...se severe complications to the pregnant mother and unborn child. Scientists have identified a gene called STOX1 or C10orf24 that contained five different missense mutations, which are identical between sisters. This exists with preeclampsia phenotype and follows inheritance from the mother. Four STOX1 tra...

Ginger to reduce nausea for pregnant women

...es of any adverse reactions to pregnant mother and unborn fetus. Scientists feel although more studies are required to prove the effectiveness of ginger on morning sickness in order to prescribe ginger as a treatment, the initial study is positive enough to carry out more clinical testing. The study was pu...

Infection in pregnancy can lead to congenital eye defects

...e kind of health the pregnant lady was in when her unborn baby’s eyes were developed. The study results con...showed a positive effect on development of eyes in unborn babies. The researchers feel that this further strengthens the fact that viral infections of the pr...

Prenatal exposure to air pollution causes chromosomal damage

...d to air pollutions of big// cities may harm their unborn child by the air they inhale. Inhalation of polluted air of the metros can change the chromosomes of the fetus in womb. Pollutant particles emitted from the cars, trucks, buses, tobacco smoke, combustion etc can penetrate the placenta enough to harm...

Stress and mood fatigue may affect the diet in pregnancy

...cordingly will work in favor of good health of the unborn fetus and the newborn child....

The Dangers Of Vitamin A To Pregnant Women To Be Included On Label

...oo much vitamin A can cause development defects in unborn babies but many women do not consider the vitamin's presence in most multivitamin supplements say researchers based on a recent survey. The survey conducted by Oxfordshire brand of the UK's Trading Standards has found a third of multivitamin products...

Revolutionary Simple Pregnancy Blood Test Can Save Both Mother And Child

...elps in preventing the mother's body to reject the unborn child. Prof Shennan, a Professor of obstetrics at Guy's and St Thomas' hospital in London, added: "This is an important development because it helps to identify which part of the immune system is involved in pre-eclampsia. We've always known that i...

Woman In Coma Gives Birth To Daughter

...she was pronounced brain dead, for the sake of her unborn child. Susan was admitted to the hospital after she suffered a massive stroke from aggressive melanoma that had spread in her brain. The father of the child, Jason, had given up on his job to be at the side of his wife and had run into huge medical ...

Couples in Britain can have “designer” babis

...perm-sorting techniques to choose the sex of their unborn babies. Caroline Flint, the UK’s public health minister, said that he 1990 Fertility Act governing in-vitro fertilization technology was a landmark piece of legislation but, in the past 5 years, the science had changed along with public attitudes. ...

Obesity, diabetes in pregnant women affects babies

...ed diabetes can have impact on the growth of their unborn babies. Researchers examined the possible link between obesity, diabetes and three adverse pregnancy outcomes // - primary caesarean delivery, pre-term birth and low birth-weight (LBW)- by racial, or ethnic group. Terry J. Rosenberg of Medical Heal...

Risk Of Pre-eclampsia May Be In The Genes Of The Parents.

...transmit independent genetic risk factors to their unborn child. The risk through affected fathers is lower because fathers transmit only fetal risk genes. Source: Newswis...

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