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Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health looked at more than 100,000 pregnant women to determine their levels of exposure to air pollution.
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Scholars have linked higher IQ at early school age to weight gain and increased head size in the first month of a baby's life.
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The study was led by University of Adelaide Public Health researchers, who analysed data from more than 13,800 children who were born full-term.
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Dr. Paul Offit doesn't like getting threats. But the 62-year-old pediatrician at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia says it goes with the territory when taking on powerful industries and interest groups whose beliefs are deeply rooted in emotion.
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Cattle industry promoter SHREVEPORT - Services for cattle industry publicist and promoter Robert "Bob" Felknor will be Thursday.
Despite the closure of a city hospital's pediatrics unit, area children admitted for treatment could experience improved care, local pediatricians and health experts agree.
Since she started day care six weeks ago, my little girl hasn't had an easy go of it.
Any difference can set schoolchildren apart from their peers and potentially make them a target for bullying.
A new agreement between Tufts Medical Center and Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital will bring five hospital-based pediatricians from Tufts' Floating Hospital for Children to Brockton's pediatrics unit.
Donald Berwick, a pediatrician and former Obama administration health care official, formally announced on Monday that he plans to run for governor in 2014, entering a slowly evolving field.
"As a doctor, an educator, an innovator and someone who has dedicated his professional career to making things work better and to helping people - I am ready to lead," the Newton Democrat said in a statement announcing his candidacy.
"It's not fair!" " "You're not the boss of me." "She hit me!" "He started it." Fights between siblings - from toy-snatching to clandestine whacks to being banished from the bedroom - are so common they're often dismissed as simply part of growing up.
Dr. T. Berry Brazelton developed the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale, which is used worldwide to evaluate the abilities of newborn babies.
Circumcision rates in the U.S. have been falling since the 1960s, when the vast majority of infant boys had their foreskins removed before leaving the hospital.
Asthma is a chronic condition that is treatable and controllable but not curable.
You recently welcomed your little bundle of joy -- now what? Experts say one of the best things new parents can do is get out of the house.