Tag: Preterm babies

Preterm Babies Possibly Mistaking Mothers’ Uterus As Hostile Host During Preterm Labor

A new study published on April 25, suggested that preterm labor is caused by the premature awakening of the fetal immune system. The result of the study is significant in the future development of preterm labor treatments.

Biotech April 26, 2018

Artificial Womb May Prevent Developmental Problems In Preterm Babies

An artificial womb tested on lambs offers hope of preventing developmental problems that may arise due to preterm birth. What makes it a better alternative to incubators and ventilators?

Biotech April 28, 2017

Study Finds Immune Cell Function In Mothers Critical To Avoiding Preterm Births

A new research found a lymphocyte in the uterine lining of late births that could help in treating inflammation in pregnant women and help in avoiding preterm births, which have long-term consequences for children.

Public Health December 28, 2016

Delayed Umbilical Cord Clamping Offers Infant Health Benefits

New recommendations from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists suggest a delay in the clamping of the umbilical cord. The recommendation is issued for both term and preterm infants and it is based on developmental benefits.

Healthy Living/Wellness December 25, 2016

Special pacifier that plays mother's soothing voice help premmies feed the right way

Researchers have found that babies who were assigned an FDA-approved pacifier that plays the mother's soothing voice when they suck correctly, learned to eat better than the babies who were not given the pacifier.

Life February 19, 2014

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