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Cleveland Clinic surgical team performs its first in utero fetal surgery to repair birth defect

Cleveland Clinic surgical team performs its first in utero fetal surgery to repair birth defect

Research opens up new avenues for understanding the causes of schizophrenia

Research opens up new avenues for understanding the causes of schizophrenia

Mother’s physical and emotional health during pregnancy has an effect on baby’s health

Mother’s physical and emotional health during pregnancy has an effect on baby’s health

Prenatal exposure to paternal tobacco smoking linked to high asthma risk

Prenatal exposure to paternal tobacco smoking linked to high asthma risk

Music helps to develop the neural networks of premature infants

Music helps to develop the neural networks of premature infants

Sperm quality among Swiss men in ‘critical state’, say experts

Sperm quality among Swiss men in ‘critical state’, say experts

Novel program that provides comprehensive care for Turner syndrome earns national recognition

Novel program that provides comprehensive care for Turner syndrome earns national recognition

Genetic variation in heart valve cells of developing fetus creates mitral valve prolapse

Genetic variation in heart valve cells of developing fetus creates mitral valve prolapse

Long-standing immunosuppressive drug reduces Zika birth defects in mice

Long-standing immunosuppressive drug reduces Zika birth defects in mice

Viral infection in utero associated with behavioral abnormalities in offspring

Viral infection in utero associated with behavioral abnormalities in offspring

Canadian researchers identify early origins of childhood brain cancer

Canadian researchers identify early origins of childhood brain cancer

Why have autism rates 'exploded' in New Jersey?

Why have autism rates 'exploded' in New Jersey?

Research shows how prenatal anesthesia in rats affects neuronal migration

Research shows how prenatal anesthesia in rats affects neuronal migration

Preterm babies born without a protein in blood cells have higher risk of cerebral palsy and death

Preterm babies born without a protein in blood cells have higher risk of cerebral palsy and death

Cellular mechanism that connects smoking during pregnancy and baby’s obesity risk identified

Cellular mechanism that connects smoking during pregnancy and baby’s obesity risk identified

Fetal exposure to nicotine linked with SIDS and cardiac arrhythmias in newborns

Fetal exposure to nicotine linked with SIDS and cardiac arrhythmias in newborns

Allergic reactions trigger changes in brain behavior development in unborn males and females

Allergic reactions trigger changes in brain behavior development in unborn males and females

Common drug may lead to obesity in offspring

Common drug may lead to obesity in offspring

Exposure to HIV virus, antiretroviral therapy before birth linked to obesity and asthma-like symptoms

Exposure to HIV virus, antiretroviral therapy before birth linked to obesity and asthma-like symptoms

BPA exposure during pregnancy can lead to changes in circadian rhythms

BPA exposure during pregnancy can lead to changes in circadian rhythms