Wireless communication, videoconferencing, and the Internet have made telemedicine a reality.
Maternal depression associated with offspring brain age
In a recent study, maternal depression during pregnancy was associated with offspring brain age, while recent stress in offspring was associated with a greater aging pace.
Artificial neural network promising for predicting neonatal metabolic bone disease
Artificial neural network models have been developed which are able to accurately and efficiently predict neonatal metabolic bone disease.
Active postnatal care associated with periviable infant survival rate
In a recent study, the infant survival rate among periviable infants varied based on the type of active postnatal care received at certain gestational ages.
Prenatal psychosocial stress impacts proinflammatory diet and child adiposity
In a recent study, the association between poor prenatal diet and adiposity outcomes in children was directly impacted by prenatal psychosocial stress.
Hormone therapy linked to positive changes in appearance congruence, mental health for transgender and nonbinary youth
In what investigators are calling the largest study of its kind ever conducted in the US, results of the 2-year study, which included more than 300 transgender or nonbinary youth, underline the positive benefits seen with receipt of gender-affirming hormone therapy among this patient population.
From cesarean section to childhood asthma: New evidence sheds light on the relationship
The relationship between cesarean sections and childhood asthma has been investigated before, however, previous results have yielded conflicting evidence.
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