Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
rediff.com
 India As It Happens
Rediff Labs will showcase innovative products that rediff is working on behind the scenes.
News   |   Images
NEWS ON MOBILE
Get Realtime News
on your webpage

About 9 results for "Journal Pediatrics"

Childhood lead exposure not linked to criminal behaviour in adulthood
Business Standard

Childhood lead exposure not linked to criminal behaviour in ad...

A study has recently found that children who are exposed to lead at a young age are less likely to involve in criminal practices later in life.According to researchers, there is no clear association between higher childhood blood lead levels and a greater ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
DNA

Air pollution linked to defects in foetal growth

As smog engulfed the national Capital on Wednesday, again, and the air quality dropped to 'very poor' pointing 400 AQI on the scale, city doctors, in alignment with a paper published in British Medical Journal, talked about the consequences of air pollution ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
Business Standard

High blood sugar in pregnancy ups heart risk in babies: study

Higher blood sugar in early pregnancy raises the baby's risk of a congenital heart defect, a study claims."We found that in women who develop diabetes during pregnancy, we can measure risk for having a child with congenital heart disease by looking at their ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Bedtime smartphone use may cause weight gain in kids: study

Watching TV or using smartphones before going to bed may lead to weight gain in kids, a study warns.The findings, published in the journal Global Pediatric Health, suggest a vicious cycle of technology use - poor sleep and rising body mass indexes (BMIs)."We ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Sify

Using smartphones right before bedtime linked to higher BMI in kids

Parents please take note! Children who play games on smartphones right before hitting the sack are at increased risk of higher body mass index, warns a recent study. After surveying parents about their kids' technology and sleep habits, Penn State College of ...
 Sify1 month ago
Business Standard

Exposure to smoke during pregnancy linked to asthma risk in babies

Exposure to cigarette smoke during pregnancy and in home at three and 15 months of age is linked to increased risks of wheeze and asthma in babies, warms a study.The team conducted a study on 376 newborns and obtained detailed information from parents about ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

City lad hopes to cure cancer with just a pill

A young lad from the state is making a headway in Cancer Research in The United States of America. Nipun Kakkar, from Jaipur, is a Senior Cancer Researcher and is currently developing systems and workflows which will help in informing Pediatric Cancer ...
 DNA1 month ago
Business Standard

Small molecules in spit may help diagnose concussions: study

Tiny microRNA molecules in saliva may help diagnose and predict the duration of concussions in children, according to a study.Concussions usually occur after a blow to the head - for example, during sports or a car accident. They can result in such symptoms ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
catchnews.com

70 babies die in Gorakhpur in first 5 days of November. UP health minister calls it 'sensationalism'

Infants continue to die at Gorakhpur’s Baba Raghav Das Medical College in high numbers but, as a Congress spokesman put it – the “government seems unmoved giving the impression that more than a dozen deaths in a day is nothing to be ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
Personalize your Realtimeclose [x]
Add content to your personalized tab - My News
Add upto 6 topics of your interest:
for eg.2g Scam , World
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Personalize the tabs display. ( You can add or remove the tabs )
AlertsGet updates on latest news & your favourite topics right in your inbox.Set an Alert|Manage your Alerts

Get

Realtime News

on your Webpage

Add Widget >Get your members hooked!
    
Alerts
Get updated on latest news & your favorite topics right in your inbox!
 
More     Less