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Children with irregular bedtimes are more likely to have behavioural difficulties, says study.
Mortality rates in the first 90 days after hip replacement surgery have halved, reveals a study led by the University of Bristol on behalf of the National...
Scientists are one step closer to make jet lag and shift work less painful, as they have discovered the body clock "reset button".
Between 1990 and 2010, maternal mortality decreased globally by nearly 50%, from 543 000 maternal deaths per year to 287 000, with the greatest reductions in...
Cows’ milk allergy is pronounced in young children, which tapers off and is therefore less commonly seen in older children and adults. It is one of the most...
Infant mortality rates in India has come down progressively under the age of 5 years, with total deaths declining from 2•5 million in 2001 to 1•5 million in...
A new study shows that children who are exposed to epilepsy drugs in the womb are at increased risk of having impaired fine motor skills. Exposure to the drugs...
Omega-3 fatty acids may claim more than what it really does. A new study suggests that high levels of omega-3 are not any better in combating cognitive decline...
New research from Cleveland Bariatric & Metabolic Institute has revealed that overweight patients with type 2 diabetes continue to experience the benefits...
Studies suggest that induced labour in pregnant women may raise the risk for having a child with autism, particularly if that child is a boy.