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Women who are obese are at increased risk of having babies with kidney and urinary tract abnormalities
Obesity in a pregnant woman may increase the risk that her children will be born with congenital abnormalities of the kidney and urinary tract, according to a study that will be presented at ASN...
Symptoms of mental illness in children and adolescents do not appear to be increasing, according to a large study of Canadian youth published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
First evaluation of SAGE-547 to treat super-refractory status epilepticus in children published in Annals of Neurology
SAGE Therapeutics has announced that SAGE-547, an allosteric modulator of GABAA receptors, was used to treat super-refractory status epilepticus (SRSE) in two pediatric patients.
The Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group is pleased to announce the publication of "Pediatric hydrocephalus: systematic literature review and evidence-based guidelines," a supplement to the...
Four minutes of physical activity can improve behaviour in the classroom for primary school students, according to new research by Brendon Gurd.
The impact vitamin A has on newborns is virtually unknown, but Penn State nutrition researchers have published two papers that may provide a framework for future investigations of the vitamin and...
You have to be at least 2 years old to be covered by U.S. dietary guidelines. For younger babies, no official U.S.
About 60 percent of the increase in the observed prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in Danish children appears to be largely due to changes in reporting practices, according to a study...
GW pharmaceuticals commences Phase 2/3 clinical trial of Epidiolex® as a potential treatment for epilepsy in Dravet syndrome
GW Pharmaceuticals plc, a biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering, developing, and commercializing novel therapeutics from its proprietary cannabinoid product platform, today announced it...
The publication of the first ever clinical guidance on the treatment of ataxia-telangiectasia was enthusiastically welcomed by clinicians, therapists and families living with the condition.
Researchers are to begin testing a new computer game which they hope could hold the key to helping visually-impaired children lead independent lives.
Researchers from Australia report that babies who are born prematurely and have low birth weight may have an increased risk for osteoarthritis-related hip replacements as adults.
A new standard of care for children facing acute myeloid leukemia (AML) may be clear, following a multi-year study published in the latest edition of the New England Journal of Medicine.
If it seems like more people are allergic to, or intolerant of, more and different kinds of foods than ever before, there might be a reason why.
Researchers from the UK have called into question a theory suggesting that a previously reported risk of leukaemia among children born close to overhead power lines could be caused by an alteration...
Researchers find that recreational drug use during pregnancy - determined by testing mothers' hair samples - may increase the risk of brain birth defects in offspring.
Newly-identified cancer cell fingerprints in the blood could one day help doctors diagnose a range of children's cancers faster and more accurately, according to research presented at the National...
Young motorcyclists living in states with mandatory helmet use are less likely to sustain traumatic brain injury than those in states with age-limited helmet laws, a study finds.
Children who develop strong bonds with pets likely to be more resilient in military-connected families
Developing resiliency has important benefits for children, especially those from military families faced with significant challenges such as parental deployment and frequent moves.
Alarming findings of severe food insecurity and chronic child malnourishment facing Maasai of Tanzania
In the first in-depth study of its kind of the Maasai people of Tanzania, research led by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine has revealed that the health of Maasai children is very poor...