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Going where no unhydrogenated soybean oil has gone before

... new oil was accomplished at Iowa State's breeding nursery in Puerto Rico because the Japanese soybean would not mature in Ames. It was not until the summer of 2005 that the team had a chance to find out if their research was successful. "We planted seed of potential new varieties last spring at Ames and wa...

Vulnerability to measles among nursery school children risen sharply

...ility to measles infection has risen sharply among nursery school children in Scotland since 1998, despite re...25 postcode districts. where more than one in five nursery school children is potentially at risk of catching measles, compared with just three in 1998, when u...

Induced labor has some benefits in cases of premature water break

...ikely to go into an intensive care or special care nursery after induced labor deliveries. On average, one fewer newborn was admitted to intensive care for every 20 induced labor deliveries, the reviewers found. Babies born after premature rupture and spontaneous labor may be considered higher risk patients ...

Opiates better than sedatives for treating newborns in withdrawal

...n be treated without admission to the special care nursery unless withdrawal is complicated and that this is facilitated by use of morphine instead of phenobarbitone. This helps keep mothers and babies together, helps in educating the mothers in mothercraft skills and to recognize signs of infant withdrawal,...

Despite WHO/UNICEF push for 'rooming-in,' mothers and babies being separated at birth

...that mothers who left their babies in the hospital nursery at night more often perceived that the staff believed that was where the babies belonged. Of the mothers who did not room-in, 73% were in favor of the option but were influenced by negative staff attitudes toward night rooming-in. The mothers who di...

Day care in infancy protects against childhood leukaemia

...ree months of life (defined as attendance at a day nursery or nursery school at least once a week, or at least two half day sessions a week at a playgroup, mother and tod...

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