Mothers’ pregnancy-related anxiety may alter how infants’ brains respond to sad speech

A study has shown a potential link between pregnancy-related anxiety and how a baby’s brains respond to sad speech. Continue reading “Mothers’ pregnancy-related anxiety may alter how infants’ brains respond to sad speech”

Smoking during pregnancy doubles the risk of sudden unexpected infant death, study warns

The first findings to result from a collaboration between Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Microsoft data scientists provides expecting mothers new information about how smoking before and during pregnancy contributes to the risk of an infant dying suddenly and unexpectedly before their first birthday. Continue reading “Smoking during pregnancy doubles the risk of sudden unexpected infant death, study warns”

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