In Utero News and Research

RSS
HIV disease tends to progress at faster rate in infected individuals who consume more alcoholic drinks

HIV disease tends to progress at faster rate in infected individuals who consume more alcoholic drinks

Scientists discover link between offspring lung function and maternal vitamin A supplementation

Scientists discover link between offspring lung function and maternal vitamin A supplementation

Prenatal screening, genetic counseling essential for preventing alpha-thalassemia: Researchers

Prenatal screening, genetic counseling essential for preventing alpha-thalassemia: Researchers

Bacteria transmitted by fleas-and potentially ticks-can be passed to babies by mother: Researcher

Bacteria transmitted by fleas-and potentially ticks-can be passed to babies by mother: Researcher

DHA supplements during lactation increases DHA status in preterm infants

DHA supplements during lactation increases DHA status in preterm infants

Summer born babies more at risk of multiple sclerosis, says research

Summer born babies more at risk of multiple sclerosis, says research

Novel device transmits music and sound safely in-utero

Novel device transmits music and sound safely in-utero

ATS Medical announces first ATS 3f Aortic Bioprosthesis commercial implant in China

ATS Medical announces first ATS 3f Aortic Bioprosthesis commercial implant in China

University of Wisconsin-Madison uses ultrasensitive detector to find fetal heart rhythm problems

University of Wisconsin-Madison uses ultrasensitive detector to find fetal heart rhythm problems

Study: Reduced birth weight may lower risk of obesity later in life

Study: Reduced birth weight may lower risk of obesity later in life

Study shows that steroids target hemangioma stem cells

Study shows that steroids target hemangioma stem cells

Stress during pregnancy may raise infant’s risk to asthma and allergy

Stress during pregnancy may raise infant’s risk to asthma and allergy

Toxicologists, environmental health scientists to discuss on safeguarding public health at SOT meeting

Toxicologists, environmental health scientists to discuss on safeguarding public health at SOT meeting

Prenatal cocaine exposure affects sustained attention and self-regulated behavior in children

Prenatal cocaine exposure affects sustained attention and self-regulated behavior in children

Fetuses exposed to high levels of stress hormone may have solving problems later on: Study

Fetuses exposed to high levels of stress hormone may have solving problems later on: Study

BPA exposure during pregnancy may cause permanent reproduction problems for female offspring

BPA exposure during pregnancy may cause permanent reproduction problems for female offspring

BPA has no effects on brain development: New study

BPA has no effects on brain development: New study

Pediatric patients face number of cardiac conditions that can impact their health

Pediatric patients face number of cardiac conditions that can impact their health

Special issue reviews current state of science in fetal therapy

Special issue reviews current state of science in fetal therapy

Maternal obesity increases offspring's risk of developing inflammation-related disorders

Maternal obesity increases offspring's risk of developing inflammation-related disorders

While we only use edited and approved content for Azthena answers, it may on occasions provide incorrect responses. Please confirm any data provided with the related suppliers or authors. We do not provide medical advice, if you search for medical information you must always consult a medical professional before acting on any information provided.

Your questions, but not your email details will be shared with OpenAI and retained for 30 days in accordance with their privacy principles.

Please do not ask questions that use sensitive or confidential information.

Read the full Terms & Conditions.