The whole day matters for cognitive development in childrenIn a new study, researchers at the CHEO Research Institute have found that children aged nine and 10 who meet recommendations in the Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for physical activity, screen time and sleep time have superior global cognition. The results were […]
Researchers connect lower antibiotic resistance with higher levels of bifidobacteria in infant gutA study published this week in mSphere suggests that infants, who are vulnerable to an array of infectious diseases, may have a microbial ally in keeping antibiotic-resistant infections at bay. Researchers found that children with higher gut levels […]
Breastfeeding changes gene activity that may make babies less reactive to stressIt has long been known that there are many physical and mental health benefits of breastfeeding for mothers and babies. But can these benefits be due to genetic changes induced by breastfeeding? New research suggests that connection.
Study demonstrates connect among breastfeeding and baby wellbeing isn’t straight-forwardThere’s little inquiry regarding the estimation of bosom drain as a wellspring of newborn child sustenance, however a College at Wild ox humanist is a piece of an examination group whose new investigation is including basic subtlety toward better understanding the […]
Lawnmower injuries a persistent source of serious injury and high costs, new study affirmsIn what Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers call an unusually comprehensive analysis of nationwide data, they conclude that the rate of lawnmower injuries persists at close to 6,400 a year, most of them requiring surgery and hospitalization, and […]