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Bacteria in the Gut and Babies’ Fear

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Bacteria in the Gut and Babies’ Fear

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Childhood Psychiatric Symptoms May be Linked to Exposure During Pregnancy

Childhood Psychiatric Symptoms May be Linked to Exposure During Pregnancy

Jim Windell

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Can Treating Depressed Mothers Affect the Brains of their Babies?

Can Treating Depressed Mothers Affect the Brains of their Babies?

By Jim Windell

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Early Life Experiences May be Passed Down to Children

Early Life Experiences May be Passed Down to Children

By Jim Windell

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Singing Eases Stress for Preterm Babies and Anxious Moms

Singing Eases Stress for Preterm Babies and Anxious Moms

By Jim Windell

            About one of every 10 infants born in the United States is premature – commonly referred to preemies. Babies who are born prior to the 37th month of pregnancy usually weigh much less than full-term babies and because they did not have enough time in the womb to develop they are often beset by various health problems – breathing difficulties, feeding problems, hearing and vision problems and other developmental delays.

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Subdural Bleeding in Infants is Proof of Abuse, Right?

Subdural Bleeding in Infants is Proof of Abuse, Right?

By Jim Windell

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