How to prevent Fetal Alcoholic Syndrome (FAS)

How to prevent Fetal Alcoholic Syndrome (FAS)

How to prevent Fetal Alcoholic Syndrome (FAS) is a condition that affects the baby’s brain development caused by drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Drinking Alcohol at any stage of pregnancy can cause a lot of harm to the unborn baby in the womb. If a woman drinks alcohol during pregnancy, she will have serious consequences on… Continue reading How to prevent Fetal Alcoholic Syndrome (FAS)

How Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy can Affect the baby in the Womb

How Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy can Affect the baby in the Womb

How Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy can Affect the baby in the Womb-Diabetes alters the normal balances involved in glucose metabolism and insulin production, regulation, and action in a dynamic way that changes throughout gestation. In the post, you will discover in detail, how Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy can Affect the baby in the Womb. The… Continue reading How Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy can Affect the baby in the Womb

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7 Steps to Decreasing the Chances of Miscarriage

7 Steps to Decreasing the Chances of Miscarriage

7 Steps to Decreasing the Chances of Miscarriage-This is the most common complication of early pregnancy. Among women who know they are pregnant, the miscarriage rate is roughly 10% to 20% while rates among all conception are around 30% to 50%. About 50% of women have two miscarriages in a row. Psychological trauma often follows… Continue reading 7 Steps to Decreasing the Chances of Miscarriage

Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Causes and Prevention

Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Causes and Prevention

Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Causes and Prevention-Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is defined as a fetal growth that is less than normal for the population and for the growth potential of a specific baby. It is a condition in which an unborn baby is smaller than it would be because it is not growing at a normal… Continue reading Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Causes and Prevention

Causes and Effects of Poor Diet in Pregnancy

Causes and Effects of Poor Diet in Pregnancy

Causes and Effects of Poor Diet in Pregnancy-The The importance of a continual healthy diet cannot be overemphasized. During pregnancy, your baby eats what you eat and this period is a time to maintain a good dietary plan for the good of the child and the pregnant mother as well, in other to build up… Continue reading Causes and Effects of Poor Diet in Pregnancy

Prevention of Mother to child transmission of HIV infection

Prevention of Mother to child transmission of HIV infection

Prevention of Mother to child transmission of HIV infection-Mother to child transmission of HIV from an infected mother to her baby. Globally, almost half of all adults living with HIV are women. In sub-sahara Africa including Nigeria, women represent about 61% of adults living with HIV. Most children less than 15 years living with HIV… Continue reading Prevention of Mother to child transmission of HIV infection

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Cellular Phones-A Risks of Brain Cancer

Cellular Phones-A Risks of Brain Cancer

Cellular Phones-A Risks of Brain Cancer-There have been so many concerns raised about the safety of cell phone use and these concerns focus on whether cell phones might increase the risks of brain tumors or other tumors in the head and neck area. this is particularly important because the international telecommunications union estimated that about… Continue reading Cellular Phones-A Risks of Brain Cancer

Tension and depression in women-the Role of hormone therapy

Tension and depression in women, there is no doubt that Tension and depression are common in women than in men. This is a widely accepted fact although the degree of difference is disputed. However, this may be due to a higher incidence of exogenous depression due to the difference in role between men and women… Continue reading Tension and depression in women-the Role of hormone therapy

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