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Apgar score effective in assessing health of preterm infants

Apgar score effective in assessing health of preterm infants

Apgar score effective in assessing health of preterm infants Apgar score effective in assessing health of preterm infants Credit: Ann-Sofi Ingman The vitality of preterm infants should be assessed with an Apgar score, a tool used to measure the health of newborns immediately after birth. That is the conclusion by …

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    Fussy eating—and parents’ stress—remedied by online guide

    Fussy eating—and parents’ stress—remedied by online guide Fussy eating—and parents’ stress—remedied by online guide Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Parents battling their children’s fussy eating have been given fresh hope thanks to an online resource proven to relieve the problem. With around half of toddlers and young children turning their noses …

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      National organizations tap researchers to establish registries, develop guidelines for treating children with COVID-19

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      National organizations tap researchers to establish registries, develop guidelines for treating children with COVID-19 National organizations tap researchers to establish registries, develop guidelines for treating children with COVID-19 Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain A paper and two editorials by University at Buffalo pediatrics researchers call attention to key issues in health …

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        From age 8 we spontaneously link vocal to facial emotion

        From age 8 we spontaneously link vocal to facial emotion

        From age 8 we spontaneously link vocal to facial emotion From age 8 we spontaneously link vocal to facial emotion Average durations of all eye fixations in milliseconds for all 80 participants looking at natural faces expressing anger or happiness visualised in the form of a coloured card, after listening …

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          Two-in-three parents would send kids to school in fall: Survey

          2 in 3 parents would send kids to school in fall: survey

          Two-in-three parents would send kids to school in fall: Survey Two-in-three parents would send kids to school in fall: Survey (HealthDay)—About two-thirds of U.S. parents say they’ll send their kids to school again this fall, and most also support COVID-19 testing and social distancing policies for schoolchildren, a new survey …

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            Why a child’s freedom to travel and play without adult supervision matters

            Free-range kids: Why a child

            Why a child’s freedom to travel and play without adult supervision matters Why a child’s freedom to travel and play without adult supervision matters Navigating the neighbourhood on their own may be important for children’s health and well-being. Credit: Shutterstock The recently released 2020 ParticipACTION Report Card revealed that Canadian …

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