Headlines Tagged with Pregnancy — 3,326 headlines found
Researchers at Loma Linda University have conducted a study that documents the impact of mothers who smoke during pregnancy on adverse birth outcomes in San Bernardino County. “Estimating the Impact of Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy: The San Bernard
May 6, 2013 Riverside (CA) Press-Enterprise
added May 6, 2013 14:44
According to a new study, presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies meeting in Washington D.C., vitamin C was shown to lower the risk of lung problems in babies who were born to mothers that smoked during their pregnancy, Everyday Health reported.
May 5, 2013 Medical Daily
added May 5, 2013 22:15
Pregnant women who have difficulty quitting smoking can take vitamin C to help improve the lung function of her child while also helping to prevent wheezing during the baby’s first year of life, according to a study presented Saturday at the annual meeti
May 5, 2013 REDORBIT (formerly RedNova.com)
added May 5, 2013 20:57
Infants born to women who took vitamin C during pregnancy had less wheezing in first year of life than babies whose moms took a placebo Pregnant women are advised not to smoke during pregnancy because it can harm the baby's lungs and lead to wheezing an
May 4, 2013 News-Medical.net
added May 4, 2013 13:57
Craig Stanaway finds people have no problem offering a light to a pregnant woman.
May 3, 2013 nzoom.com (TVNZ)
added May 6, 2013 13:06
But in Eugene, Oregon, they’re trying something new; something they think hasn’t been done anywhere else. They’re paying pregnant women to quit smoking beginning this July.
May 2, 2013 The Takeaway (NPR)
added May 2, 2013 16:12
A Coordinated Care Organization in Eugene is taking the state at its word -- it's going to pay pregnant women cold, hard cash to stop smoking. Heidi Zauner is an administrative assistant in the Mollalla River School District. When she was 28, she became
Apr 30, 2013 Daily Astorian (Astoria, OR)
added May 2, 2013 12:54
Researchers believe that passive smoking gradually weakens children`s immune system making them more susceptible to the illness, the `Daily Mail` reported. Researchers from the University of Nottingham analysed 18 studies which looked at the link between
Apr 28, 2013 Daily Times (pk)
added Apr 28, 2013 19:09
presumably has a doctor or midwife to guide her ongoing effort to stop smoking, and gets so rattled when people bring up her smoking that she possibly smokes more. So, what's your role here? None, unless backing off counts.
Apr 16, 2013 Indianapolis (IN) Star
added Apr 23, 2013 15:00
[Asia, Saudi Arabia] Effects of secondhand smoke on the birth weight of term infants and the demographic profile of Saudi exposed women
Conclusion: The prevalence of exposure of Saudi pregnant women to SHS is high at 31% and it is associated with reduced birth weight, and shorter length of the newborn.
Apr 15, 2013 7thSpace Interactive (portal)
added Apr 15, 2013 08:14