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Make babies born by cesarean have lower immunity?

Jan 18, 2017 | | Say something

Make babies born by cesarean have lower immunity? ; Children caesarean may have fewer cells that strengthen the immune system of children born by natural childbirth a new study has found. Researchers at Copenhagen University examined the impact of light on the development of the immune system in a study of baby mice newborn. The […more]

What sports drinks actually improve athletic performance?

Jan 17, 2017 | | Say something

What sports drinks actually improve athletic performance? ; sports drinks that footballers and other athletes usually drink during breaks in games do not improve their performance in the second half, media said Friday citing a scientific study. The conclusion was drawn from an experiment conducted by Michael Kingsley Australian La Trobe University analyze the effectiveness […more]

Paris Hilton leaves the junk

Jan 16, 2017 | | Say something

Paris Hilton leaves the junk ; Paris Hilton has given up junk food! Thanks to her, who has lost weight and feel much better about herself. Hilton was always fond of cheeseburgers and fries, but six months ago, the 33-year-old star decided to give up fast food to lead a healthier life. ‘I lost about […more]

Caesarean babies have weak immunity

Jan 12, 2017 | | Say something

Caesarean babies have weak immunity ; Children born through a caesarean procedure have different gut microbes that children born normally, according to a study. The researchers studied the effects of caesarean section births in the immune system of newborn mice. The study shows that puppies by Caesarean section had developed fewer cells that strengthen the […more]

A new study favors sutures over staples to close a caesarean incision

Jan 7, 2017 | | Say something

A new study favors sutures over staples to close a caesarean incision ; Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia believes who have settled long-standing debate about how to close a caesarean section, sutures beating staples in a surprising 57 percent reduction in wound complications. Although Caesarean sections have become commonplace in the developed world, […more]

size influences the health of the baby’s mother

Jan 7, 2017 | | Say something

size influences the health of the baby’s mother ; Previously it has been suggested that the “race” and ” ethnicity “are largely responsible for the differences in the size of babies born in different populations and countries. However, a baseline study led by researchers at the University of Oxford has shown that the growth of […more]

Age may not be a barrier to reproduction in women

Jan 6, 2017 | | Say something

Age may not be a barrier to reproduction in women ; is a general belief that the biological clock a woman begins to diminish as you get older. This in turn affects their chances of getting pregnant and also poses a threat of a high-risk pregnancy. However, recent studies show that this old hypothesis, which […more]

The conflict in the country may affect the reproductive health of women

Jan 5, 2017 | | Say something

The conflict in the country may affect the reproductive health of women ; gender violence, sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, and maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity all flourish in times of conflict, says a review, doctors suggest that being sensitive and aware of the challenges unique women’s reproductive health needs at the time. ‘In […more]

caesarean infants have an increased risk of immunological diseases

Jan 5, 2017 | | Say something

caesarean infants have an increased risk of immunological diseases ; It is said that the experience of birth of a person not only affect immediate health but also decides on the various aspects of their personality traits and characteristics in your life back also. Experts believe this fact could not be more correct on the […more]