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Post-pregnancy, Mothers Prone to Resume Smoking: Study

A study has observed that most mothers who quit smoking during the pregnancy end up resuming it soon after the baby is born due to stress. The researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) have also found that women who felt that their partners are more supportive or their family is supporting them have less chances of resuming smoking ...

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Conceiving Via IVF Puts Mothers at Higher Risk of Digestive Diseases

Owing to the advent of modern technology in all fields of life, everything seems very easy and convenient. This has even helped having babies very easily for those who unfortunately has reproductive complications. Nonetheless, now a new study by Turkish scientists has shown that women who get impregnated via in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are at elevated risk of suffering from prolonged ...

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Junk Food? Here’s Why Some Women Can’t Say No But Men Do!

Junk food is not confined to youngsters or teenagers but some women in particular can’t say no to it, while some men could reverse their addiction, found a new study by Australian researchers. The new research found that eating a healthy diet during adolescence could reverse the junk-food cravings in males but not in females, according to its findings published ...

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Shame or Not, breastfeeding remains a double-edged sword

Mothers are likely to experience shame irrespective of whether or not they breastfeed their infants, new research says. While some mothers feel shame due to public exposure, others who do not breastfeed but experience shame because they fail to give their infant the “best start”, leading to feelings of failure, inadequacy and isolation, the findings showed. “This study highlights the ...

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Don’t Let Your Baby Without Attention While Playing; Else He Grows Callous, Unemotional

The link between parental care and love for the baby from the childhood, especially how a mother responds more sensitively to her baby during playtime, is the key to predict the way the child grows into a responsible and sensitive kid or callous or unemotional child, says new research. Callous and unemotional behaviour reflects lack of guilt and empathy for ...

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Hello Mothers! Avoid fish for healthier babies

Potential mothers need to fast from fish for many years to avoid passing on certain harmful chemicals to their offsprings, an alarming study indicates. Fish and shellfish contain high-quality protein and omega-3 fatty acids that benefit children’s health, but the could also pass on certain harmful chemicals like persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and methylmercury. After one year of replacing fish ...

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