Newborn/Infant Health

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Newborn/Infant Health

If a pregnant woman's immune system is activated, it can affect her child's brain development, new research suggests.

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Newborn/Infant Health

Heart diseases linked to genetic flaws cause far fewer sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) cases than once thought, a new study finds.

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Newborn/Infant Health

Another argument used by anti-vaccine groups bites the dust -- research shows no evidence that routine shots somehow dampen kids' immune systems.

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Newborn/Infant Health

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) claims the lives of some 3,500 babies in the United States each year, but its toll is far heavier in some states than others, health officials report.

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Newborn/Infant Health

Fetal brain damage caused by the Zika virus can go undetected in pregnancy, and can occur even if a baby's head size is normal, research in monkeys suggests.

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