World Diabetes Day: Amidst Coronavirus pandemic, India needs to pay attention to Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
We know that prediabetes and diabetes affect approximately six million births in India alone, of which 90 percent are due to GDM.
Children born, living in high-altitude areas may have slower growth compared to those in lower altitudes, reveals study
Specific interventions must be devised for children born and growing up in hilly or mountainous regions, noted a study which observed over 9 lakh children from 59 countries between 1992 and 2018
NIH research showed that fetuses aren’t infected more often because placenta cells rarely make the tools that the virus uses to gain entry.
Scientists create embryo-like research model to help them study the earliest stages of human development
The model overcomes the ethical restrictions of using embryos for research and allows scientists to study something they have never directly observed before.
The experiments also gave scientists insights into the evolution of language in human beings.
The results could spur other studies looking into the causes for some deadly childhood cancers.
Colour has the ability to excite, soothe even agitate your baby.
Jaikesh was arrested from his hideout in Gurugram, a day after the SIT of the Gurugram Police arrested the other two accused from the city.
According to the 23-year-old woman, she was going to her parents' house in Khandsa village in Gurgaon.
Three minor siblings and their cousin were charred to death after a fire broke out at their house in Gurugram.
An infant girl died at KEM Hospital in Pune on Sunday after she was allegedly refused treatment by a prominent hospital for her heart condition.
In a shocking incident on International Women's Day, a young woman was gangraped in a bus in Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh.
A 10-month-old boy died while his mother is battling for life after they were allegedly set afire by her husband when she objected to his extramarital affair.
Two children of a Dalit family were burnt alive and their parents suffered injuries allegedly after some persons from upper caste set their house afire.
'Body will rot till you get money': Delhi hospital refuses to hand over baby's corpse to poor parents
Fortis hospital in New Delhi allegedly refused to hand over the body of a deceased infant to BPL parents, demanding Rs 3,500 from them to cover the bill.
An Indian American has been charged with causing brain damage and other life-threatening injuries to his four-month-old son, leaving him struggling for life in hospital.
A French father who posted a photo of his one-month-old infant showing injuries on Facebook "for fun" has been booked on abuse charges.
The parents of the child said they had paid for the body to be kept in the mortuary but instead found it had been dumped with the hospital's bio-medical waste.