Examination of antidepressant use in late pregnancy and newborn respiratory disorder An analysis of approximately 3.8 million pregnancies finds that use of antidepressants late in pregnancy may be associated with an increased risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN). However, the absolute risk was small. PPHN is a rare but life-threatening condition that occurs when a newborn's circulation system doesn't adapt to breathing outside the womb
Kids' altruism linked with better physiological regulation, less family wealth Children as young as four years old may reap better health from altruistic giving, a behavior that tends to be less common among kids from high-income families, according to new research on the nature and nurture of altruism.
Vestibulo-ocular dysfunction in children and adolescents with sports-related concussion Researchers have investigated the frequency of vestibule-ocular dysfunction in children and adolescents with sports-related concussion and found that its presence was predictive of a prolonged recovery.
Cyberbullying less emotionally harmful to kids than traditional in-person harassment Contrary to popular belief, cyberbullying that starts and stays online is no more emotionally harmful to youngsters than harassment that only occurs in-person and may actually be less disturbing because it's likelier to be of shorter duration and not involve significant power imbalances