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Respiratory syncytial virus RSV Vaccines

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection, which manifests primarily as bronchiolitis and/or viral pneumonia, is the leading cause of lower respiratory tract infection in infants and young children....

Ventricular Fibrillation VF

Ventricular fibrillation produces uncoordinated quivering of the ventricle with no useful contractions. It causes immediate syncope and death within minutes. Treatment is with cardiopulmonary resusc...

Vitamin E Toxicity

Research has not found any adverse effects from consuming vitamin E in food. However, high doses of alpha-tocopherol supplements can cause hemorrhage and interrupt blood coagulation in animals, and ...

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ImuXen® is a liposomal technology platform designed to improve the delivery and effectiveness of DNA, protein and polysaccharide vaccines. Proof of concept preclinical studies with a number of...

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MRI detects signs of autism in high-risk infants

Researchers, who used MRI on infants who have older siblings with autism, were able to correctly predict about 80 percent of those infants who would later develop autism.

CMV Is a Greater Threat to Infants Than Zika, but Far Less Often Discussed

Every year in the U.S., 20,000 to 40,000 infants are born with cytomegalovirus. Yet most doctors don’t talk with pregnant women about how to prevent it.

Survival rate may be improving for extremely preterm infants

Very early preterm infants are more likely to survive than in previous years, and the survivors are less likely to have neurological problems, according to an analysis of records from a National Insti...

Infants found to be more tuned into others who speak their language

(Medical Xpress)—A trio of researchers with the University of London has found that infants focus more strongly on the people around them who speak the language they are used to hearing. In their pa...

Infants in Northern Canada face the highest rates of respiratory infection in the world

(University of Toronto) Infants in Canada's north are facing alarming rates of respiratory infection, but providing an antibody to all infants will prevent hundreds of hospitalizations of babies in th...

Study shows alarming disparities in health outcomes could be prevented by breastfeeding

A new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics showed that black infants had more than twice the deaths of whites attributable to lack of optimal breastfeeding. Black infants also had more than th...

Human Milk Protein Prevents Infections in Preterm Infants

Diseases that affect premature infants in neonatal intensive care units are usually caused by hospital-acquired infections. Breast milk protects against infection by modifying the intestinal microbiom...

Researchers estimate number of infants born in the U.S. with perinatal HIV infection

A new article published online by JAMA Pediatrics estimates there were 69 perinatal human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections among infants born in the United States in 2013 (1.75 per 100,000 live...

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An approach to anisocoria.

Anisocoria is a finding seen on a daily basis in nearly every eye clinic. Although often benign, it can also represent the sole sign of a life-threatening disease making an up-to-date understanding of...

One-Year Developmental Outcomes for Infants of Mothers With Bipolar Disorder.

Few data about the development of infants born to women with bipolar disorder have been published. We hypothesized that infants of women with bipolar disorder (by DSM-IV criteria) treated with psychot...

Influence of Feeding Type on Gut Microbiome Development in Hospitalized Preterm Infants.

Premature infants have a high risk for dysbiosis of the gut microbiome. Mother's own milk (MOM) has been found to favorably alter gut microbiome composition in infants born at term. Evidence about the...

Safety and immunogenicity of a live attenuated pentavalent rotavirus vaccine in HIV-exposed infants with or without HIV infection in Africa.

Although many HIV-infected (HIV+) and HIV-exposed but uninfected (HEU) infants have received live rotavirus vaccines since the World Health Organization recommended universal administration of these v...

The cradle of social knowledge: Infants' reasoning about caregiving and affiliation.

Considerable research has examined infants' understanding and evaluations of social agents, but two questions remain unanswered: First, do infants organize observed social relations into larger struct...

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