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Researchers explore how genetics affects causes and prevalence of preterm birth

​More than 450,000 babies are born too soon each year in the U.S.
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Connecticut Children's OCCH receives $1M grant to address critical public health issues for children

UnitedHealthcare has provided a $1 million grant for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center's Office for Community Child Health to help enhance care delivery and address critical public health issu
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Some "junk foods" can help child's oral health

If there's one thing that all dentists have in common, it's that they regularly see young patients with tooth decay.
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Women with 'healthiest' pregnancy diet have lower risk of preterm delivery

In the study, which was conducted by researchers from the University of Gothenburg, Sahlgrenska University Hospital and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, the participants completed a scientifi
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Study: Severe C. difficile infections occur among children who prescribed antibiotics in doctor's offices

The majority of pediatric Clostridium difficile infections, which are bacterial infections that cause severe diarrhea and are potentially life-threatening, occur among children in the general communit
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Mutations in gene associated with leukaemia may affect growth, intellectual development in children

Mutations in a gene associated with leukaemia cause a newly described condition that affects growth and intellectual development in children, new research reports.

Edison Pharmaceuticals initiates Phase 2B/3 study of EPI-743 in children with Leigh syndrome

Edison Pharmaceuticals today announced the initiation of a phase 2B/3 study entitled, "A Phase 2B/3 Open-label Study of EPI-743 in Children with Leigh Syndrome" to be conducted in conjunction with Dai
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Researchers publish new key parameters for evaluating and treating autism

Improving diagnosis and treatment for individuals with autism has been the focus of a growing body of research.
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Preterm birth may increase risk of asthma and wheezing disorders during childhood

Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, in collaboration with investigators at the Maastricht University Medical Centre and Maastricht University School of Public Health
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Georgia's Pre-K Program produces positive outcomes for children

Scientists from UNC's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute today reported that Georgia's Pre-K Program produces significant positive outcomes for children, regardless of family income level
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