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*  Complications of pregnancy
Weight Low weight: Women whose pre-pregnancy weight is less than 45.5 kilograms (100 pounds) are more likely to have ... Birth 2002; 29:83-94. Thompson Jane F., Roberts Christine L., Currie Marian, Ellwood David A. (2002). "Archived copy". Birth. ... Babies can also become infected by their mother during birth. During birth, babies are exposed to maternal blood and body ... Prenatal cocaine exposure is associated with, for example, premature birth, birth defects and attention deficit disorder. ...
*  Birth weight
... is the body weight of a baby at its birth. The average birth weight in babies of European heritage is 3.5 ... Original citation: "Birthweight: Infant's weight recorded at the time of birth" "New birth weight curves tailored to baby's ... A low birth weight can be caused either by a preterm birth (low gestational age at birth) or of the infant being small for ... Low birth weight is associated with neonatal infection. There are basically two distinct determinants for birth weight: The ...
*  Low Birth Weight
... at AllMusic "Low Birth Weight". NME. 2 May 1999. Retrieved 29 January 2013. ... Low Birth Weight is the third album by Piano Magic, released in 1999 on the Rocket Girl label. The cover image is a portion of ...
*  Low birth-weight paradox
Low birth-weight children born to smoking mothers have a lower infant mortality rate than the low birth weight children of non- ... The low birth-weight paradox is an apparently paradoxical observation relating to the birth weights and mortality rate of ... In short, smoking is harmful in that it contributes to low birth weight which has higher mortality than normal birth weight, ... have been classified as having low birth weight. In a given population, low birth weight babies have a significantly higher ...
*  Maternal health
"The Role of Prenatal Care in Preventing Low Birth Weight". The Future of Children. Low Birth Weight. 5 (1): 103-120. doi: ... Common results of smoking during pregnancy include pre-term births, low birth weights, fetal and neonatal deaths, respiratory ... "skilled birth attendants" - people with training in basic and emergency obstetric care - to help women give birth. The ... Gestational weight gain should typically fall between 11-20 pounds (5-9 kg) in order to improve outcomes for both mother and ...
*  Ateliosis
"Low Birth Weight Dwarfism". Arch Dis Child. 36 (190): 633-644. 1961. PMC 2012814 . PMID 13869653. doi:10.1136/adc.36.190.633. ...
*  Anthropometric measurement of the developing fetus
A Nigerian study showed that the birth weight of the human fetus also depends upon the size and weight of the mother including ... In Africa and South Asia, 27%-50% of women in the reproductive age are underweight resulting in 30 million low birth weight ... Public health aspect of low birth weight, third report of the expert committee on maternal and child health (WHO)" (PDF). World ... Further the weight of the human testes marked as mg/100 gram of body weight was investigated and was observed that there was a ...
*  Wladimir Wertelecki
Eighth IBM Medical Symposium, p. 165 (1967). Wertelecki, W; Mantel, N (1973). "Increased Birth Weight in Leukemia". Pediatric ... www.reuters.com/article/us-defect-chernobyl/higher-birth-defect-rate-seen-in-chernobyl-area-idUSTRE62N4L820100324 "State birth ... Wertelecki, W (2006). "Birth defects surveillance in Ukraine: A process". Journal of Applied Genetics. 47 (2): 143-9. doi: ... "Ukrainian-American Birth Defects Program: Project on Prenatal Markers of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (in Ukrainian)" "Academicos ...
*  Human
... in height at birth.[not in citation given] However, low birth weight is common in developing countries, and contributes to the ... Helpless at birth, humans continue to grow for some years, typically reaching sexual maturity at 12 to 15 years of age. Females ... "Low Birthweight". Archived from the original on 13 May 2007. Retrieved 30 May 2007. Khor, G. (2003). "Update on the prevalence ... This means that human babies must turn around as they pass through the birth canal, which other primates do not do, and it ...
*  Orders of magnitude (mass)
2.0 lbs ... > 6 lbs "Baby birth weight Information". Retrieved 14 December 2011. 2500 g ... 4000 g "Shot Put - Introduction". ... 6,981,057,639 Calculated: adult men have a weight of 70 kg, use 55 kg to account for smaller weights of women and children. 7.0 ... "Water - Density and Specific Weight". The Engineering Tool Box. "Chihuahua Weight Chart". Retrieved 14 December 2011. 907 g ... "The dry weight of individual pollen grains has been estimated at 250 ng" "Volume of human oocyte - Human Homo sapiens". ...
*  Umbilical cord prolapse
low birth weight: usually described as ...
*  Cri du chat
... low birth weight and poor growth; severe cognitive, speech, and motor delays; behavioral problems such as hyperactivity, ... Affected children are typically diagnosed by a doctor or nurse at birth. Genetic counseling and genetic testing may be offered ...
*  Dexamethasone
This has been associated with low birth weight, although not with increased rates of neonatal death. Dexamethasone has also ... "Antenatal dexamethasone and decreased birth weight". Obstet Gynecol. 97 (4): 485-90. doi:10.1016/S0029-7844(00)01206-0. PMID ... Dexamethasone is given in legal Bangladeshi brothels to prostitutes not yet of legal age, causing weight gain aimed at making ... Common: Acne Insomnia Vertigo Increased appetite Weight gain Impaired skin healing Depression Euphoria Hypertension Increased ...
*  North Okkalapa General Hospital
Tin TT, Thida M, Maung MM, Wai KT (June 1994). "Maternal influences on low birth weight". Malays J Reprod Health. 12 (1): 32-7 ... 21.1% of the babies had low birth weight, with 18.1% being due to intrauterine growth retardation and 3% with preterm births. ...
*  Uncle Styopa
In Uncle Styopa and Yegor Styopa's wife Manya gives birth to a son named Yegor. His birth weight is 8 kg. The poem follows his ... It introduced Styopa's son named Yegor, "a new Heracles" whose birth weight was 8 kg. In the preface Mikhalkov explained that ...
*  Newton Morton
Morton, By NEWTON E. (1955-11-01). "The Inheritance of Human Birth Weight*". Annals of Human Genetics. 20 (2): 125-134. doi: ... nonrandomness of consanguineous marriage and the inheritance of human birth weight. In 1955-1956, Morton was made a National ...
*  Childbirth in rural Appalachia
103 babies are born low birth weight. 8 babies die before their first birthday In an average week in Alabama: 1,241 babies are ... 102 babies are born low birth weight. 9 babies die before reaching their first birthday. In an average week in West Virginia: ... 131 babies are born low birth weight. 11 babies die before reaching their first birthday. In an average week in Mississippi: ... 39 babies are born low birth weight. 3 babies die before reaching their first birthday. Many people in the region consider ...
*  David Morley (paediatrician)
doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(60)92358-8. Morley, David; Knox, George (December 1960). "The Birth Weights of Yoruba Babies". BJOG: An ... While working in Nigeria he developed the "Road to health" chart, a parent-held growth chart for monitoring a child's weight to ... Facing the problem that innumerate mothers could not write down the weights of their children, he devised a mechanism attached ... to scales that could mark the weight directly onto a chart. Morley started the earliest trials of the measles vaccine, in which ...
*  Audiology and hearing health professionals in developed and developing countries
... those born with low birth weight, birth asphyxia, jaundice or meningitis) for early assessment of hearing, prompt diagnosis and ... Birth weight less than 1,500g (3.3 lbs). Hyperbilirubinemia at levels quiring exchange transfusion. Bacterial meningitis. ... Birth asphyxia with Apgar scores less than or equal to 5 at 1 minute or less than or equal to 6 at 5 minutes. In order to ... this low number is due to the limitations of high risk factors either being difficult to detect at birth or during early ...
*  Irrawaddy dolphin
Length is about 1 m (3.3 ft) at birth. Birth weight is about 10 kg (22 lb). Weaning is after two years. Lifespan is about 30 ... Its gestation period is 14 months; cows give birth to a single calf every two to three years. ...
*  Causes of mental disorders
Preterm birth is associated with almost half of all neurological birth defects. Birth weight is found to be affected by; ... affect specific areas of neurodevelopment within the general developmental context and to restrict neuroplasticity.Birth weight ... Environmental events surrounding pregnancy and birth have also been implicated[citation needed]. Traumatic brain injury may ... This includes maternal exposure to serious psychological stress or trauma, conditions of famine, obstetric birth complications ...
*  First 5 Los Angeles
1995). Long-term developmental outcomes of low birth weight infants. In: The Future of Children: Low Birth Weight. Vol. 5(1):19 ... Evaluation of the Healthy Birth Initiative showed more intermediary results. Rates of gestational age, pre-term birth weight, ... Children maintain a healthy weight. First 5 LA seeks to ensure that children maintain a healthy weight by supporting local ... Declining birth and smoking rates is causing First 5 LA's revenue stream to decrease. First 5 faces decreasing funding due to ...
*  Cryptorchidism
Low birth weight is also a known factor. A contributing role of environmental chemicals called endocrine disruptors that ... Spermatogenesis continues after birth. In the 3rd to 5th months of life, some of the fetal spermatogonia residing along the ... It is the most common birth defect of the male genital. About 3% of full-term and 30% of premature infant boys are born with at ... In the even smaller minority of cryptorchid infants who have other obvious birth defects of the genitalia, further testing is ...
*  Lee Willerman
His first study examined IQ and birth weight differences between identical twins, finding that the twin who had been heavier at ... 1967). Intelligence and birth weight in identical twins. Child Development, 38, 623-9. Gottfredson, Linda (December 13, 1994). ... birth tended to be higher in IQ. Willerman worked with Joseph M. Horn and John C. Loehlin on a major study of adoptive families ...
*  Dalton Conley
Birth Weight and Life Chances (with Kate Strully and Neil G. Bennett, 2003) showed the importance of birth weight and prenatal ... A seminal article entitled, "Is Biology Destiny: Birth Weight and Life Chances" (with Neil G. Bennett, American Sociological ... Conley, Dalton (2003). The Starting Gate: Birth Weight and Life Chances. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520239555. ... investigated the role of prenatal environment and birth weight on educational outcomes, addressed the causes and consequences ...
*  Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution
Clay had endorsed Adams for the Presidency; the endorsement carried additional weight because Clay was the Speaker of the House ... Parsons, Lynn Hudson (2009). The Birth of Modern Politics: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, and the Election of 1828. Oxford ...