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Save the Children: War kills over 100,000 babies per year
At least 100,000 babies die every year because of armed conflict and its impact, from hunger to denial of aid, Save the Children International said on Friday.
China seems to confirm scientist’s gene-edited babies claim
Chinese authorities appear to have confirmed a scientist’s unpublished claim that he helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies and that a second pregnancy is underway, and said he could face consequences for his work.
Babies' cold recovery 'all in the nose'
Babies who are born with a wide variety of bacteria in their nose are more likely to recover quickly from their first cold, research suggested.
Babies born to older fathers 'tend to have more medical issues'
Men who start families later in life should be aware of the potential health risks to their children, according to US doctors who found that babies born to older fathers tend to have more medical issues than those born to younger men.
Two unborn babies' spines repaired in womb in UK surgery
Two unborn babies had their spines repaired by surgeons, weeks before they were born.
England's Children's Commissioner: Thousands of babies in toxic homes
Nearly 16,000 babies are growing up in households where they are at risk of severe harm, a report by England's Children's Commissioner warned.
Breastfeeding makes babies less reactive to stress
Breastfeeding has several health benefits, a new study shows that it may be caused by genetic changes induced by breastfeeding.
Zika caused health problems for one in seven US babies
About one in seven babies exposed to Zika in the womb had health problems caused by the virus — including some medical complications that were not evident at birth and were identified only as the infants grew older, the US nation’s top health agency reported.
60% of babies ‘at risk due to breastfeeding delay after birth’
Almost 60 percent of babies around the world are not breastfed within the first hour after their birth, putting them at risk of sickness and even death, a new report revealed.
Why breastfeeding is ‘gold standard’ for babies' health
The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is pushing back against a New York Times report that the Trump administration tried to block an effort from the United Nations to promote breastfeeding.
3 babies die, 100 people go missing after refugee boat sinks off Libya
Three babies have died in an incident where a boat transporting more than 100 refugees capsized off the coast of Libya, according to survivors and the coast guard.
Teen mothers in foster care have high risk of losing custody of babies
Teen mothers who are in foster care may be more likely to lose custody of their babies than adolescent mothers in different living circumstances, a Canadian study suggested.
Sales of masks, cleansers for babies  jump amid growing fine dust concerns
Sales of hand cleansers and laundry detergents for babies have risen sharply amid growing concerns over worsening levels of fine dust in the air, local businesses said on Friday.
New research shows why babies need to move in womb
Scientists have just discovered why babies need to move in the womb to develop strong bones and joints.
Babies who look like their father at birth are healthier one year later
Infants who resemble their father at birth are more likely to spend time together with their father, in turn, be healthier when they reach their first birthday, according to new research co-conducted by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York.

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