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May 13, 2011--------News Archive-

Expectant Fathers Need Prenatal Care and Support
Research has found that stress related to pregnancy uniquely affects the health of expectant fathers, which in turn, influences the health of expectant mothers and their infants.

Found: New Gene That Causes Intellectual Disability
Scientists have identified a gene that, when defective, leads to Joubert syndrome.


May 12, 2011--------News Archive-

Cryopreserved Umbilical Cord Blood Same As Fresh
The study gives hope that long term storage of umbilical cord stem cells will not affect their ability to act as a reservoir for other potentially beneficial cell types.

High Pregnancy BPA Results In Infant Abnormalities
Study advises pregnant women to reduce exposure levels to BPA.


May 11, 2011--------News Archive

15 Eggs Perfect Number To Achieve Birth After IVF
UK research has shown that doctors retrieving about 15 eggs in a single cycle have the best chance of achieving a live birth after assisted reproduction.

Depression Treated Well In Moms Benefits Her Kids
In fact, the faster mothers got better, the faster their kids improved – and the greater the degree of improvement experienced.


May 10, 2011--------News Archive-

Scientists Reveal Nerve Cells' Navigation System
Scientists have discovered how two closely related proteins guide projections from nerve cells with exquisite accuracy.

Stem Cell Technology Used In Unique Surgery
For the first time ever in the world, researchers have produced a blood vessel from stem cells and then used it in an operation on a 10-year-old girl.


May 9, 2011--------News Archive-

Mayo Clinic Turns Zebrafish Genes Off and On
Researchers plan to use information from this study for a gene codex that could serve as a reference for information stored in all vertebrate animal genomes.

Autism in South Korea Estimated at 1 in 38 Children
The study identifies children not yet diagnosed and has the potential to increase autism spectrum disorder prevalence estimates worldwide.















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