Preemie


'Preemie' - 12 News Result(s)

  • 9 Things You Should Remember For Premature Baby Care

    9 Things You Should Remember For Premature Baby Care

    If your little one is a preemie or premature, you must be extra careful while taking care of him/her at home

  • Baby Born Last Year Weighing Less Than A Soda Can Finally Goes Home

    Baby Born Last Year Weighing Less Than A Soda Can Finally Goes Home

    Baby Connor was born a tiny preemie in July, weighing just 11 ounces - about the size of a human heart and lighter than a can of soda. He went home to Connecticut this week in what doctors called a triumph of medicine and the human spirit.

  • This Plastic Bag, An Artificial Womb, Could Some Day Save Extreme Preemies

    This Plastic Bag, An Artificial Womb, Could Some Day Save Extreme Preemies

    Each year in the United States, about 30,000 babies are born before gestating for 26 weeks, which is considered "critically preterm."

  • Mapping Preemies' Brain May Predict Disability Later In Life: Study

    Mapping Preemies' Brain May Predict Disability Later In Life: Study

    Toronto: Scanning the brain of a premature baby shortly after birth to map the location and volume of lesions — small areas of injury in the brain’s white matter — may help doctors better predict whether the baby will have disabilities later, researchers say. Lack of oxygen to the brain is the most common form of brain injury in premature in...

  • Preemies Better At Developing Early Language Skills: Researchers

    Preemies Better At Developing Early Language Skills: Researchers

    New York: Babies born preterm may be better at making the link between language and cognition in their early life than full-term babies due to an extra month of postnatal experience listening to language, researchers have found. A study showed that preterm infants developed a robust early link between language and cognition, revealing that this vul...

  • Preemies Experience Difficulty In Breathing, Digesting Food, Shows Study

    Preemies Experience Difficulty In Breathing, Digesting Food, Shows Study

    Children born in deliveries planned just a week before the end of a typical pregnancy may be more likely to experience health, learning and behaviour issues by the time they’re ready for school than kids born at full term, a study suggests. Plenty of previous research has found premature infants often have difficulty breathing and digesting food....

  • Preemies May Have Long-Term Breathing Problems

    Preemies May Have Long-Term Breathing Problems

    Even preemies who receive breathing treatments to improve lung function early in life may have respiratory challenges as children and adolescents, an Australian study suggests.

  • Hyderabad: Baby Born Mid-Flight Gets A Million Air Miles As Gift

    Hyderabad: Baby Born Mid-Flight Gets A Million Air Miles As Gift

    Preemie baby Haven born mid-flight on August 14 gets the birthday gift from airline her mother was travelling in to possibly last her a lifetime - a million air miles; she and her mother are recovering at a Hyderabad hospital.

  • Breastfeeding Ups Brain Development in Preemies

    Breastfeeding Ups Brain Development in Preemies

    Pre-term babies who were fed more breast milk within the first 28 days of life showed better levels of intelligence, academic achievement, working memory as well as higher brain function by the age of seven, equivalent to infants at full-term, finds a study.

  • Breast Milk Boosts Heart Development In 'Preemies'

    Breast Milk Boosts Heart Development In 'Preemies'

    Breastfeeding premature babies — often born with an abnormal heart — can improve heart structure as well as functioning in adulthood, finds a new study. The findings showed that people who had been exclusively fed on breast milk had less reduction in heart volumes and function compared to those fed only on formula milk. “The study shows that ...

  • This Preemie Weighed As Much As A Cellphone. Then A Hospital Worked Its Magic

    This Preemie Weighed As Much As A Cellphone. Then A Hospital Worked Its Magic

    Born nearly three months premature, baby Rishita weighed just 650 grams — “just as much as my (cell) phone,” was how her doctor described it. Five months on, she is ready to go home — a healthy 2.5 kg baby. “Even I did not expect her to survive,” admits Dr Damera Yadaiah, playing with Rishita, a baby he is immensely proud of. He has rea...

  • Far From a Hospital, a 1.5-Pound 'Miracle' Preemie is Born on a Cruise Ship - and Survives

    Far From a Hospital, a 1.5-Pound 'Miracle' Preemie is Born on a Cruise Ship - and Survives

    Under normal circumstances, the odds of survival for a baby born at 23 weeks are slim: Around 30 percent, according to some doctors. Just 15 percent, say others.

'Preemie' - 41 Video Result(s)

'Preemie' - 12 News Result(s)

  • 9 Things You Should Remember For Premature Baby Care

    9 Things You Should Remember For Premature Baby Care

    If your little one is a preemie or premature, you must be extra careful while taking care of him/her at home

  • Baby Born Last Year Weighing Less Than A Soda Can Finally Goes Home

    Baby Born Last Year Weighing Less Than A Soda Can Finally Goes Home

    Baby Connor was born a tiny preemie in July, weighing just 11 ounces - about the size of a human heart and lighter than a can of soda. He went home to Connecticut this week in what doctors called a triumph of medicine and the human spirit.

  • This Plastic Bag, An Artificial Womb, Could Some Day Save Extreme Preemies

    This Plastic Bag, An Artificial Womb, Could Some Day Save Extreme Preemies

    Each year in the United States, about 30,000 babies are born before gestating for 26 weeks, which is considered "critically preterm."

  • Mapping Preemies' Brain May Predict Disability Later In Life: Study

    Mapping Preemies' Brain May Predict Disability Later In Life: Study

    Toronto: Scanning the brain of a premature baby shortly after birth to map the location and volume of lesions — small areas of injury in the brain’s white matter — may help doctors better predict whether the baby will have disabilities later, researchers say. Lack of oxygen to the brain is the most common form of brain injury in premature in...

  • Preemies Better At Developing Early Language Skills: Researchers

    Preemies Better At Developing Early Language Skills: Researchers

    New York: Babies born preterm may be better at making the link between language and cognition in their early life than full-term babies due to an extra month of postnatal experience listening to language, researchers have found. A study showed that preterm infants developed a robust early link between language and cognition, revealing that this vul...

  • Preemies Experience Difficulty In Breathing, Digesting Food, Shows Study

    Preemies Experience Difficulty In Breathing, Digesting Food, Shows Study

    Children born in deliveries planned just a week before the end of a typical pregnancy may be more likely to experience health, learning and behaviour issues by the time they’re ready for school than kids born at full term, a study suggests. Plenty of previous research has found premature infants often have difficulty breathing and digesting food....

  • Preemies May Have Long-Term Breathing Problems

    Preemies May Have Long-Term Breathing Problems

    Even preemies who receive breathing treatments to improve lung function early in life may have respiratory challenges as children and adolescents, an Australian study suggests.

  • Hyderabad: Baby Born Mid-Flight Gets A Million Air Miles As Gift

    Hyderabad: Baby Born Mid-Flight Gets A Million Air Miles As Gift

    Preemie baby Haven born mid-flight on August 14 gets the birthday gift from airline her mother was travelling in to possibly last her a lifetime - a million air miles; she and her mother are recovering at a Hyderabad hospital.

  • Breastfeeding Ups Brain Development in Preemies

    Breastfeeding Ups Brain Development in Preemies

    Pre-term babies who were fed more breast milk within the first 28 days of life showed better levels of intelligence, academic achievement, working memory as well as higher brain function by the age of seven, equivalent to infants at full-term, finds a study.

  • Breast Milk Boosts Heart Development In 'Preemies'

    Breast Milk Boosts Heart Development In 'Preemies'

    Breastfeeding premature babies — often born with an abnormal heart — can improve heart structure as well as functioning in adulthood, finds a new study. The findings showed that people who had been exclusively fed on breast milk had less reduction in heart volumes and function compared to those fed only on formula milk. “The study shows that ...

  • This Preemie Weighed As Much As A Cellphone. Then A Hospital Worked Its Magic

    This Preemie Weighed As Much As A Cellphone. Then A Hospital Worked Its Magic

    Born nearly three months premature, baby Rishita weighed just 650 grams — “just as much as my (cell) phone,” was how her doctor described it. Five months on, she is ready to go home — a healthy 2.5 kg baby. “Even I did not expect her to survive,” admits Dr Damera Yadaiah, playing with Rishita, a baby he is immensely proud of. He has rea...

  • Far From a Hospital, a 1.5-Pound 'Miracle' Preemie is Born on a Cruise Ship - and Survives

    Far From a Hospital, a 1.5-Pound 'Miracle' Preemie is Born on a Cruise Ship - and Survives

    Under normal circumstances, the odds of survival for a baby born at 23 weeks are slim: Around 30 percent, according to some doctors. Just 15 percent, say others.

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