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03
Jun

Scientist Report First Case of Neonatal Progeria in India

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Scientists report first case of Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch syndrome or Neonatal Progeroid Syndrome Recent report,” Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch Syndrome:...Read More

03
Jun

New-borns Addicted to Pain killers

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The buffalo news reports the increasing number of cases seen in new born babies with withdrawal symptoms to narcotics as reported at the Sisters Hospital....Read More

02
Jun

Pulse Steroids Therapy as an Alternative Option in Pediatric Ulcerative Colitis

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T. Kudo and colleagues Highlights Pulse Steroids for Ulcerative Colitis in Pediatrics Recent research report published in the journal Pediatric International,...Read More

02
Jun

A.L. Baxter and colleagues Updates Research in Pediatrics

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A.L. Baxter and colleagues Atlanta, Georgia Updates recent research in Pediatrics Recent report, from Atlanta, Georgia “Development and Validation...Read More

02
Jun

Tourette Syndrome: New Therapeutic Strategy

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Researchers detail in "Glutamatergic modulatory therapy for Tourette syndrome," new data in Tourette syndrome. According to a study from Baltimore,...Read More

02
Jun

3 year old Indian Boys with “Fanconi-Bickel syndrome” Presents a New Case

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3-Year-old Indian Boy Presents with a Novel Mutation in the GLUT2 gene “Fanconi-Bickel syndrome” ...Read More

02
Jun

M.J. Dasouki and colleagues Update research in Pediatrics

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M.J. Dasouki and colleagues from University of Kansas Medical Center, Add Recent data in pediatrics Recent research report, published in the journal...Read More

02
Jun

Exhaled Breath Temperature may Predict Airway-inflammation in Children

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Exhaled Breath Temperature Measurements: A non-invasive Assessment of Airway-inflammation According to a recent research from Subiaco, Australia, “Exhaled...Read More

10
May

Probiotics-Supplemented Feeding in Extremely Low-Birth-Weight Infants.

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 Probiotics-supplemented feeding in extremely low-birth-weight infants. Al-Hosni M and colleagues have published their study findings in Journal...Read More

10
May

Vitamin D Receptor Gene Influences Infant Birth Weight In Few Racial Groups

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GK Swamy and colleagues from the Duke University Medical Centre, have illuminated the role of the vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism affecting the birth...Read More

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