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|What to do if a baby has an allergic reaction|
Added: 17.07.2018 13:00 | 0 views | 0 comments
Allergic reactions are common in babies and may occur as a result of irritants, bug bites, certain foods, or underlying skin conditions. Allergies can cause various rashes, including eczema, hives, and papular urticaria. In this article, learn how to identify different allergic reactions and when to see a doctor.
|Paloma Faith urges bosses to help parents who have babies prematurely|
Added: 17.07.2018 12:58 | 11 views | 0 comments
Paloma Faith today spoke out about the "importance of new parents feeling supported" by their employers if they have a baby born prematurely .
|India orders inspection of child homes run by Mother Teresa's order|
Added: 17.07.2018 11:49 | 14 views | 0 comments
India has ordered the immediate inspection of all childcare homes run by the Missionaries of Charity, the Catholic congregation established by Mother Teresa, after employees at one shelter were accused of selling babies for adoption....
|Mother Teresa India homes in 'baby trade' probe|
Added: 17.07.2018 9:19 | 6 views | 0 comments
India's government has ordered an investigation amid allegations that the charity is selling babies.
|First evidence that gut bacteria help wire young brains|
Added: 16.07.2018 18:48 | 7 views | 0 comments
Experiments in mice have shown for the first time that bacteria found in the gut of babies and children seem to play a role in brain development
|Jimmy Kimmel Opens Up About His Son's Heart Operation|
Added: 16.07.2018 17:20 | 26 views | 0 comments
Jimmy Kimmel's newborn son's operation on his heart was "the longest three hours" of his life.
The 48-year-old American television presenter announced his wife, Molly McNearney, gave birth to their child William on April 21, but the tiny tot had to undergo an invasive procedure within a matter of hours after he was born because he had "two defects in his heart", which left the parents fearing the worse.
Speaking openly about his brood on Monday's (05.01.17) episode of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', the show's host - who also has daughters Katie, 25, Jane, two, and 23-year-old son Kevin - said: "On Monday morning, Dr. Vaughn Starnes opened his chest and fixed one of the two defects in his heart. He went in there with a scalpel and did some kind of magic that I couldn't even begin to explain.
"He opened the valve, and the operation was a success. It was the longest three hours of my life."
During the programme Jimmy thanked the Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the medical experts for taking care of his child.
William has since left the hospital to settle in at home with his family, and the funnyman has revealed his child is doing "great" following the operation and is doing "all the things" babies should do, including peeing on his mother.
He continued: "He's doing great. He's eating. He's sleeping. He peed on his mother today while she was changing his diaper. He's doing all the things that he's supposed to do."
Despite the initial complications, Jimmy has admitted he loves fatherhood and has credited it as "the best".
He said: "This is the best."
|Babies’ Cries May Foretell Their Adult Voices, a Study Shows|
Added: 16.07.2018 13:32 | 13 views | 0 comments
New research indicates that the pitch of a baby’s cries at 4 months old may predict the pitch of its speech at age 5.
|Two tarantulas feared 'on the loose in Derbyshire' after babies found car park|
Added: 16.07.2018 13:29 | 8 views | 0 comments
Two tarantulas are thought to be on the loose after their three offspring were found dumped in a car park in Derbyshire.
|Aptamil investigating baby milk formula complaints|
Added: 16.07.2018 8:17 | 12 views | 0 comments
Mums say their babies have been sick after the recipe of a popular formula milk was changed.
|Sorry, Mom and Dad, Toys Cannot Supercharge Your Baby|
Added: 13.07.2018 15:21 | 5 views | 0 comments
Hundreds of toys promise to help babies read, learn, do math and walk earlier than expected—many without scientific backing
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