babies

CDC Test Babies Born To Moms With Virus

Orlando, FL (WFTV) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now advising doctors test all newborns delivered to women with potential COVID-19 infections. The CDC says babies are most likely exposed to the virus through respiratory droplets…

Study: Illness Not More Severe In Pregnant Women

(CNN) - A new study indicates that most pregnant women with coronavirus do not experience more severe illness than other patients. They also don't appear to pass the virus onto their babies. The study was published on Monday in…

Research: Antibiotics In Babies Tied To Allergies In Kids

Orlando, FL (WFTV) - A new study finds a link between babies getting antibiotics and developing allergies later in life. Researchers discovered children who take antibiotics before turning six months are more likely to develop food allergies, asthma or…

Giving Babies Sugary Drinks

In Your Health Minute, Parents attitudes about sugary beverages might influence what their kids drink. That;s according to new research from Columbia University. A…

Babies Sleep Better When They Eat Solid Foods Early

(CNN) - Some mothers have long suspected it and now science has confirmed it. Babies may sleep better when they begin eating solid foods earlier. According to a study published in the Jama Pediatrics Journal; introducing a child to…

Marijuana and Breastfeeding

In Your Health News, A word of caution for breastfeeding mothers who use marijuana. A new study finds small amounts of THC in the breastmilk of women after they…

Fertility Rates Declining in America

The US fertility rate has dropped to the lowest number reported since fertility records started being kept more than a century ago. There were 61.5 births per 1,000 women aged 15 to 44 in the year ending the first quarter…

The Dee Armstrong Show 02-15-17

White Presbyterian missionaries Aaron and Rachel Halbert chose to adopt five black children, three as embryos. Dee shares more on why the couple decided to give birth to black triplets.