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New Analysis Puts Cot Death Under Scrutiny Once Again

An analysis published in this weeks BMJ is set to re-open the debate over sudden unexpected infant death (cot death). The Lancet recently published a study on repeat infant deaths in 46 families, which suggested that almost 90% of second deaths in the same family are natural. Thes...

Babies Cot Dead - Why?

Dundee University researchers seem to know what makes certain babies prone to SIDS and serious health ailments. Colleagues from Edinburgh University and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow have closed in on the possible risk factors in premature and small babies which expose the...

A Boon to Neonates-“National Cot Locator” Developed by UK Hospitas

National Cot Locator is a new system developed by UK Hospitals, which enables hospital workers to reach out to the critically ill and premature neonates on time. The// system aims to speed up the admission and treatment of the babies, hence helps in saving lives of many. Previously in the case...

Lunging to Death: Lung Anomalies in Infants Enhance Cot Death Risk

SIDS or sudden infant death syndrome has been the cause of many infant deaths, which has led many parents to ensure the baby sleeps on its back. In a bid to investigate the// latent tendencies that make the infant vulnerable, researchers discovered that infants born with an anomaly in three lungs r...

Fear Of Flat head Syndrome Makes Parents Ignore Advice About Cot Death

Parents are ignoring advice to place babies to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of cot death amid fears about a growing number of children with 'flat head syndrome'. // Campaigners said there had been an alarming increase in the 'dangerous practice' of babies sleeping on their front or...

Immunisation to prevent cot deaths

A scientific study has suggested that immunisation can protect against cot deaths in babies.Sudden infant death syndrome is still the leading cause of death in children over one month old,//even though advice given to mothers about babies'sleeping position has dramatically reduced the numbers of de...

A life with pain -- new study examines the experiences of older people

...an't hold my grandchild's hand. Small things yes but they matter." Dorothy Bristow, as above. "Simple tasks like lifting a grandchild from their cot and bringing them downstairs become a cause for concern, as I'm conscious that if my knee goes an accident could easily happen." Ben Kelk, as above. ...

The SCOOTER Store Donates Power Wheelchair to Texas Teenager With Rare Genetic Disorders

...hing machine at night. His mobility is impacted by his abnormal bone structure and unstable oxygen levels. He spends much of the school day lying on a cot in the nurse's office. When Dustin was small, his father pushed him everywhere in a jogger stroller. Now too old and big to be pushed in a st...

Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Top LASIK Expert Randy Epstein, M.D. of Chicago to it's Unique Lasik Directory Service

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New research sheds light on the molecular basis of crib death

...and a year. Now researchers of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Monterotondo, Italy, have developed a mouse model of the so-called crib or cot death, which remains the leading cause of death during the first year of life in developed countries. The model, published in this week's issue of Sc...

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Chicago LASIK Specialist Parag A. Majmudar, M.D. Joins LASIK and Refractive Surgeons Directory at Trusted LASIK Surgeons

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