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Many babies exposed to unnecessary pain in research

Babies often suffer unnecessary pain in clinical studies, potentially breaching international standards for ethical research, according to a new review of the medical literature.

Even when proven pain relievers existed, nearly two-thirds of studies involving painful procedures in newborns included a group of babies who got no treatment for their discomfort, researchers found. 10 more words


Child Attachment Styles: Identifying Your Child's Attachment Style

Dr. Dan Siegel defines the different types of child attachment styles that develop during childhood and explains how to identify your child’s attachment style.

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Animal Cruelty in Medical & Psychological Studies

I recently started graduate school studying Social Work, which has been absolutely fantastic and explains my lengthy absence from posting! However, I have noticed one alarming feature of the scholarly research we have been studying. 707 more words

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Researchers propose 'breastsleeping' as a new word and concept // News // Notre Dame News // University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame News gathers and disseminates information that enhances understanding of the University’s academic and research mission and its accomplishments as a Catholic institute of higher learning. 79 more words


This Study Reveals How Binge-Watching Netflix Could Slowly Be Killing You

Television is so good these days, and it’s always great to catch up on your favorite shows by binge-watching. You can sit on your couch with snacks in front of you, and blissfully watch episode after episode until you’re bleary eyed, exhausted … and happy. 589 more words

The effects of maternal stress and illness during pregnancy on infant temperament:

Source: The effects of maternal stress and illness during pregnancy on infant temperament

Higher levels of maternal subjective distress and illness were primarily independently associated with poorer temperamental status in the infants.


Quebec antibiotics study shows fragility of the gut

The human gut with its trillions of microorganisms is an unexplored universe, according to Michel Bergeron, the director of the Infectious Diseases Research Centre of Université Laval in Quebec City — as vast and rich in bacteria as the stars in the galaxy. 491 more words

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