The Family Health Centers at NYU Langone has earned national recognition from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for quality improvement achievements in maternal and child healthcare. The newly created National Quality Leader gold level award was bestowed to only 1 percent of the more than 1,300 HRSA-supported, Federally Qualified Health Centers across the
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Children born prematurely have a higher risk of cognitive and sensory disorders, but also infertility in adulthood. In a new study, a team of researchers from Inserm, University Hospital Lille and Université de Lille at the Lille Neuroscience and Cognition laboratory has opened up interesting avenues to improve their prognosis. By conducting research into a
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As billions of tons of plastics continue to be deposited on and in the land and water systems of our planet, they degrade into microplastics (MPs) that are between one micrometer (μm) and five millimeters (mm) in size. MPs are capable of entering a wide range of organisms, including microbes, plants, and animals. A new Science
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In a recent study, published in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, researchers evaluated trends in diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) prevalence at pediatric type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1D) diagnosis prior to and post-coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Image Credit: Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on long-term trends in the prevalence of diabetic ketoacidosis at diagnosis of paediatric type
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Moving can be a real headache, but with these packing tips you will be able to have a change of house in an easy way. Pack everything with our best tricks, don’t waste your time, go straight to practice and show your new talent, you can even help your family in this kind of situation
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More than 300,000 babies globally are born every year with sickle cell, a hereditary condition which causes red blood cells to become sickle-shaped. These unusually shaped cells do not live as long as healthy blood cells and can block blood vessels, sometimes resulting in painful swelling or even stroke. In many countries, families of children
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A federally funded study led by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers discovered that communication among cells is altered in pregnant women who go on to develop postpartum depression (PPD) after giving birth. Changes in extracellular RNA communication, a recently discovered cell signaling method, have already been linked to premature births, gestational diabetes, toxic maternal high blood
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An analysis of the nation’s first and largest comprehensive eye disease registry, the IRIS® Registry, sheds new light on what we thought we knew about childhood blindness in the United States: The leading causes appear to be retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), nystagmus, and cataract, mostly treatable and preventable causes. Previous studies suggest the leading causes
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In a recent study posted to the medRxiv* preprint server, a team of researchers in the United States examined the incidence and associated characteristics of medically attended coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) episodes in infants below six months of age. Study: Incidence Rates of Medically Attended COVID-19 in Infants Less than 6 Months of Age. Image
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Babywearing isn’t a singular experience that looks the same for every person. Even for the same person, what babywearing looks like evolves over time as their baby grows and their needs change—and that’s something I really learned first-hand during my journey of babywearing my three children throughout the past six+ years.  When my oldest child
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Learning life skills and independence can start early and be fun. Created for Setting up a nursery or playroom? Think beyond the crib and the toy storage and consider the kind of environment you want to create. The Montessori approach encourages play-based learning in organized spaces with simple, minimal decor. Create a Montessori playroom at
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Young children in sub-Saharan Africa often become severely anaemic as consequence of a malaria infection. Treating them requires blood transfusions and they must stay hospitalized for several days. They are at a relatively high risk of dying during treatment, but the risk is even higher during the months after their discharge from hospital – typically
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A study led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), a center supported by the “la Caixa” Foundation, has found that exposure to phthalates in the womb is associated with reduced lung function during childhood. The findings of the study, published in Environmental Pollution, support the European Union’s current restrictions on the use of
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