December 13, 2011
Health Tip: Find Time for You
If you're the type of person who is always
doing things for others, you need to find time for yourself,
Study Sheds Light on Preemies' Higher SIDS
Babies who are born
prematurely are known to be at higher risk for Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome (SIDS), and new research now suggests that's because their
underdeveloped nervous systems can't control drops in blood
pressure as needed during sleep.
Chronic Fatigue Tied to Extended School
Undiagnosed chronic fatigue
syndrome may account for up to 1 percent of children who are absent
from school for extended periods of time and are not truant or
known to have another illness that would explain why they're out of
school, a new study reveals.
Some Causes of Stillbirth May Be Avoidable:
Stillbirth has long been a
mysterious and devastating pregnancy complication. But two new
studies are uncovering more about what causes stillbirth and the
factors that may raise a woman's chances of having a stillbirth --
at least some of which are avoidable.