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Study identifies 5 characteristics of congenital Zika syndrome

NANN SmartBrief | Nov 10, 2016

Researchers from the CDC, US and Brazil found that congenital Zika syndrome was uniquely characterized by five birth defects: severe microcephaly with partially collapsed skull; decreased brain tissue with subcortical calcifications; extreme muscle tone; eye damage with macular scarring and increased pigmentation; and limited joint motion range. The findings in JAMA Pediatrics were based on a review of 34 studies on the clinical features of CZS. Physician's Briefing/HealthDay News (11/03) AAP News (11/03) The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (11/03)


Some infants take weeks to regain birth weight, study finds

NANN SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Breast-feeding infants may experience less pain during vaccinations

NANN SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Hospital sends NICU specialists to help other facilities

NANN SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016

Infants, mothers may benefit from skin-to-skin contact after birth

NANN SmartBrief | Dec 08, 2016

Gastroesophageal reflux drug use prevalent among preemies

NANN SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Md. hospital closes NICU again due to bacterial outbreak

NANN SmartBrief | Nov 10, 2016

Research links gestational diabetes to children's congenital heart defects risk

NANN SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016

C-section delivery tied to increased childhood obesity risk

NANN SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016

WHO recommendations for pregnant women aim to prevent childbirth deaths

NANN SmartBrief | Nov 10, 2016


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