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Wondering How Important A Healthy Diet & Exercise Is During Pregnancy? | This Study Answers Just That

New research shows improving the lifestyle of women with obesity during pregnancy could mean long-term cardiovascular benefits for their children.  The study, led by King’s College London and supported by the British Heart Foundation and Tommy’s charity, examined how an

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Why Sitting Down For Six Hours At A Stretch Could Harm A Pregnant Woman

Women who sit down too much while pregnant risk harming their baby, experts warn. Warwick Medical School researchers found sitting down for over six hours at a stretch in the second trimester led to greater weight gain and diabetes in

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See A Number Of Factors That May Predispose A Child To Asthma Risks According To A New Study

Children exposed to higher levels of fine particles in the air (known as PM2.5) are more likely to develop asthma and persistent wheezing than children who are not exposed, finds a new study published by the British Medical Journal BMJ

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Study Explains How Consumption Of Peas Impact Heart Health

It is a no-brainer that nutrition plays a pivotal role in health. At one end of the spectrum, it is common knowledge that eating a diet that is high in sugar, salt, and fat increases the risk of poorer health

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You Are Closer To Your Fitness Goals If You Exercise With Your Spouse Than Alone -Study

Weight loss and fitness is most successful in heart attack survivors when partners join in the effort to diet, according to research presented on August 27 at European Society of Cardiology ESC Congress 2020. “Lifestyle improvement after a heart attack

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Study Finds That Losing Weight Can Help You Reduce The Risk Of These Types Of Cancer

Losing weight, as we know, can help improve health concerns like lowering your risk of a heart attack, improving metabolism, lowering blood pressure, and much more. But scientists say becoming healthier, eating nutritious foods, and exercising can also help you avoid these

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How Excess Weight Gain In Pregnancy Affects Your Child’s Brain Development

Obesity in expectant mothers may hinder the development of the babies’ brains as early as the second trimester, a new study finds. Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the investigation linked high body mass index (BMI), an

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Alcohol In Early Pregnancy & Miscarriage Risks- Study

Each week a woman consumes alcohol during the first five to 10 weeks of pregnancy is associated with an incremental 8% increase in risk of miscarriage, according to a new study according to a study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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Plant-Based Diets Can Significantly Worsen Your Health, This Study Finds

The momentum behind a move to plant-based and vegan diets for the good of the planet is commendable, but risks worsening an already low intake of an essential nutrient involved in brain health, warns a nutritionist in the online journal

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Young Children Carry Higher Levels Of Coronavirus- New Study

Children under the age of five have between 10 to 100 times greater levels of genetic material of the coronavirus in their noses compared to older children and adults, a study in JAMA Pediatrics said Thursday.Its authors wrote this meant

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School Absenteeism Has Surprising Consequences Later In Life- Study

Kids who miss a lot of school from kindergarten to eighth grade may suffer surprising/unexpected costs as young adults, a new study finds. Researchers found that those who were more regularly absent in these early years of school were less

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How Fruit Juice Consumption Affects The Health Of Children Long Term- Study

New research has shown that consumption of fruit juice by children aged two to 18 years is closely linked to improved nutrient adequacy during their formative years. Drinking 100 percent fruit juices play an important role in the diets of

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Study Finds Link Between Working Night Shifts and Increased Risk Of Miscarriage

Working two or more night shifts in a week may increase a pregnant woman’s risk of miscarriage the following week by around a third, shows a prospective study. Previous studies have suggested that pregnant women face a greater risk of

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Study Explains How Quality Playtime With Dads Help Children Develop Emotional Stability

Children whose fathers make time to play with them from a very young age may find it easier to control their behavior and emotions as they grow up, research suggests. The study, by academics at the Faculty of Education, University

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New Study Examines The Prevalence Of COVID-19 In Pregnant Women

A new paper reports on the prevalence of infections with the SARS-CoV-2 virus in women admitted to labor and delivery units in several Boston hospitals. Universal testing of pregnant women admitted to labor and delivery units is part of a

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New Study Highlights The Effect Of Motherhood On Memory Retention

‘Mummy brain’ is a long-held perception that mothers are more forgetful and less attentive. A new study published yesterday, June 23, however came up with different findings. According to the researchers, findings shows that mothers are equally as attentive, or

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Why A Woman’s Eggs May Prefer Some Men’s Sperm Over Others – Study Finds

A woman’s eggs may be selective towards sperm cells and prefer some over the others, according to a new study. The study carried out by Stockholm University, in partnership with the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) looked into the

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How Hypertensive Disorders During Pregnancy Impact More Women Long-term – Study

Twice as many women who experienced a hypertensive disorder during any of their pregnancies are at increased risk of developing heart or kidney diseases later in life based on incidence per woman versus per pregnancy, according to a new study

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Study Links Social Play In Kindergarten To Improved Academic Performance

Emphasizing more play, hands-on learning, and students helping one another in kindergarten improves academic outcomes, self-control and attention regulation, finds new UBC research. The study, published today in the journal PLoS One, found this approach to kindergarten curriculum also enhanced

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Babies Know When You Imitate Them & They Benefit From It – Study

Six-month old infants recognize when adults imitate them, and perceive imitators as more friendly, according to a new study. The babies looked and smiled longer at an adult who imitated them, as opposed to when the adult responded in other

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Study Explains How Having A Degree Gives Your Child Significant Advantage At Math

Children of parents with a degree are almost a year of schooling ahead in math by the age 11 than peers whose parents have just GCSEs, a new study has discovered. Greater parental education is the strongest predictor of maths

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Why Sex Becomes Less Satisfying With Age- Study

The number of women regularly having sex declines with age, and the number of women enjoying sex postmenopause is even lower. Although these facts are not surprising, the causes for these declines may be because previous research focused largely on

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Should You Always Intervene When Your Baby Cries | Are There Adverse Effects If You Don’t?

Motherhood is such a huge blessing and most mums will prep themselves up mentally, and in nearly every other way to be able to give their infant all the attention and care it deserves. Notwithstanding, all of that, the mum-guilt

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Will Lying Down After Sex Increase Your Chances Of Getting Pregnant?

When pregnancy isn’t happening, anything from the obvious to the vague could be the reason, and for many years now, sperm leakage after intercourse has been touted as one of the least obvious reasons why pregnancy may not be happening.

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Vaginal Birth After C-section, More Dangerous To Both Mother and Baby | Study Claims

Attempting a vaginal birth after one or more caesarean deliveries is more dangerous to mother and baby than sticking to the surgical procedure, a new study suggests. Caesareans are one of the most common procedures and on the rise globally.

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